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Birth Name: Lisa Gay Hamilton
Born: 03/25/1964
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA

1997 Hamilton landed a role on the ABC drama "The Practice" as streetwise paralegal Rebecca Washington. In addition to this role, Hamiliton continued to appear on the big screen, In 1999 she played a death row inmate's wife in "True Crime" and appeared in 1998's Toni Morrison adaptation "Beloved." Showing her broad range of acting ability, Hamilton also played Ophelia in a 2000 television production of "Hamlet." She next appeared in 2002's hit action movie "The Sum of All Fears" starring Ben Affleck and Morgan Freeman.

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