Ann Dowd
Dowd at the 2012 Peabody Awards
Born (1956-01-30) January 30, 1956 (age 68)
EducationCollege of the Holy Cross (BA)
DePaul University (MFA)
OccupationActress
Years active1983–present
Spouse
Lawrence Arancio
(m. 1984)
Children3

Ann Dowd (born January 30, 1956) is an American actress. She has appeared in numerous films, including Green Card (1990), Lorenzo's Oil (1992), Philadelphia (1993), Garden State (2004), The Manchurian Candidate (2004), Marley & Me (2008), Compliance (2012), Side Effects (2013), St. Vincent (2014), Captain Fantastic (2016), Hereditary (2018), and Mass (2021). For Compliance, she won the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress. For Mass, she earned nominations for a British Academy Film Award and a Critics' Choice Award.[1]

Dowd was a series regular on the HBO series The Leftovers (2014–2017), for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series. She plays Aunt Lydia Clements on the Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale (2017–present), for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

Early life and education

Ann Dowd was born on January 30, 1956, in Holyoke, Massachusetts.[2] Her brother, John Dowd Jr., is president of The Dowd Agencies, an insurance company started by their great-grandfather. Dowd's sister, Elizabeth Dowd, is a developmental therapist and parenting coach; sister Clare Dowd is executive director of the Creative Action Institute;[3] sister Deborah Dowd is a psychotherapist, and former president of the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis;[4] and her brother Gregory Dowd is a doctor of veterinary medicine. Her paternal grandfather was James "Kip" Dowd, a former Major League baseball player for the Pittsburgh Pirates.[citation needed]

Dowd's family is Irish Catholic. She attended the Williston Northampton School, where she performed in school plays. Dowd became interested in acting at a young age but was dissuaded by her family at first because they did not approve of her pursuing an acting career. She graduated in 1978 from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, where much of Dowd's family also attended. At Holy Cross, she was a premed student and took acting classes. Dowd credits her instructors and roommate at that time for persuading her to forgo medical school and follow her passion for acting.

Dowd traveled to New York City to audition for the Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University in Chicago, where she received an MFA in Acting. While at DePaul, Dowd received a prestigious scholarship from the Sarah Siddons Society,[5] an award that had also gone to Carrie Snodgress. Dowd was classmates with Elizabeth Perkins and also worked as a waitress during this time.[6]

Dowd spent several years performing in regional theatre in the Chicago area, performing often at the Court Theatre, later deciding in 1988 to move to New York City to pursue a bigger stage. She pounded the pavement and her first acting gig there was with the Hartford Stage Company.[citation needed]

Career

Film

Dowd starred in Shiloh (1997) and its sequels, Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season (1999) and Saving Shiloh (2006) as Louise Preston. She appears in the 1997 cult film All Over Me and in the 1998 film Apt Pupil, in which she played the mother of Brad Renfro's character. Dowd has acted in two films directed by Jonathan Demme, as Jill Beckett, sister of Tom Hanks's character, Andrew Beckett, in Philadelphia (1993), and in The Manchurian Candidate (2004), starring Meryl Streep. Also in 2004, Dowd played the mother of Natalie Portman's character in Garden State and appeared in The Forgotten starring Julianne Moore. In 2005, she starred opposite Gretchen Mol in The Notorious Bettie Page, portraying Edna Page, Bettie Page's mother. She also played the role of Mrs. Strank in the 2006 Clint Eastwood film Flags of Our Fathers.

In 2008, Dowd appeared in Marley & Me starring Jennifer Aniston. She received rave reviews for her work in the 2012 movie Compliance, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. In the film, Dowd plays Sandra, a fast food restaurant manager caught in a mysterious ethical nightmare. For this role, Dowd was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress and received the National Board of Review award. She has played supporting roles in two Steven Soderbergh films, The Informant! in 2009, and Side Effects in 2013, in which she played the mother of Channing Tatum's character. She played the supporting role of Joan in the 2018 horror film Hereditary.

Television

Dowd's first appearance was in the 1985 television movie First Steps with fellow Chicago actor Megan Mullally. She has appeared in many popular television shows including House and Louie, on both of which she played a nun. Other shows include Chicago Hope, The X-Files, Third Watch, NYPD Blue, Judging Amy and Freaks and Geeks, in which she played the mother of Busy Philipps. Dowd has also appeared in many episodes of the Law & Order franchise. In 1995 she portrayed Rose Long, Louisiana's first female senator, in the television movie Kingfish, opposite John Goodman. In 2008 she appeared in the television movie Taking Chance starring Kevin Bacon. Dowd was a series regular on Nothing Sacred, which was filmed in Los Angeles and aired for one season (97/98), in which she played a nun. For this role she was nominated for a VQT award for Best Supporting Actress. Dowd also co-starred on The Leftovers as Patti Levin, leader of the group The Guilty Remnant. In 2017, Dowd began starring as Aunt Lydia Clements on the Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale, for which she won a Primetime Emmy Award.

In 2021, she was cast as Edna Garrett for the third installment of Live in Front of a Studio Audience on ABC, featuring both Diff'rent Strokes and the spin-off The Facts of Life.[7]

Theatre

Dowd has appeared on Broadway three times. In 1993 she received the Clarence Derwent Award for her Broadway debut performance in the play Candida starring Mary Steenburgen. She next appeared in Taking Sides (1996) with Elizabeth Marvel, and Vera Farmiga, who was Dowd's understudy. In 2008 she appeared in The Seagull starring Carey Mulligan and Kristin Scott Thomas. Dowd has also won three Jeff Awards for her work in Chicago theatre, including a 1987 Best Supporting Actress award for her role as Emma Brookner in The Normal Heart.[8][9] In 2007, Dowd played the role of Sister Aloysius in Doubt at the George Street Playhouse. The New York Times described her performance as "chilling" and said she was "masterful in this role."[10] In 2011, Dowd performed Off-Broadway in Blood from a Stone, playing the mother of Ethan Hawke.[11][12][13] In 2015, Dowd starred in Naomi Wallace's play Night Is a Room at Signature Theater.

Personal life

Dowd and her husband, Lawrence "Larry" Arancio, both coach acting and are frequent collaborators.[14][15] Arancio, who is from New York City, is a writer and acting chair for the CAP21 program who has also taught at the HB Studio and Columbia College Chicago. He has worked with Lady Gaga as her acting coach.[16] Dowd and Arancio met while students in Chicago. They have three children, Liam, Emily, and Trust, and reside in New York City. Dowd is a foster care advocate.[17][18] Her alma mater College of the Holy Cross conferred an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree on her on May 27, 2016.[18]

Filmography

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1990 Green Card Peggy
1992 Lorenzo's Oil Pediatrician
1993 Philadelphia Jill Beckett
1994 It Could Happen to You Carol
1995 Bushwhacked Mrs. Patterson
1996 Shiloh Louise Preston
1997 All Over Me Anne
1998 Apt Pupil Monica Bowden
1999 Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season Louise Preston
2004 Garden State Olivia
The Manchurian Candidate Congresswoman Beckett
The Forgotten Eileen the Accountant
2005 The Thing About My Folks Linda
The Notorious Bettie Page Edna Page
2006 Saving Shiloh Louise Preston
Flags of Our Fathers Mrs. Strank
2007 Gardener of Eden Ma Harris
The Living Wake Librarian
The Babysitters Tammy Lyner
Alice Upside Down Aunt Sally
2008 Familiar Strangers Dottie Worthington
Marley & Me Dr. Platt
2009 The Informant! FBI Special Agent Kate Medford
Taking Chance Gretchen
2011 The Art of Getting By Mrs. Grimes
Coming Up Roses Lynne
2012 Compliance Sandra
Bachelorette Victoria
The Discoverers Patti
2013 Side Effects Mrs. Taylor
Gimme Shelter Kathy
2014 The Drop Dottie Stipler
St. Vincent Shirley
Wildlike Jeanie
2015 Our Brand Is Crisis Nell
2016 Captain Fantastic Abigail Bertrang
The Great & the Small Detective Dupre
Norman Carol Raskin
Collateral Beauty Sally Price
2017 Hedgehog Joan
2018 American Animals Betty Jean "BJ" Gooch
Nancy Betty Freeman
Tyrel Silvia
Hereditary Joan
A Kid Like Jake Catherine
2020 Cowboys Detective Faith Erickson
Rebecca Mrs. Van Hopper
2021 Mass Linda
2022 Family Squares Judith
The Independent Patricia Turnbull
2023 The Exorcist: Believer Ann
TBA The Friend[19] Filming

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1985 First Steps Debby Television movie
1990 The Baby-Sitters Club Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas-Brewer 2 episodes
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd Nurse Courtney Episode: "Here's a Rare Photo Opportunity"
1991 Law & Order Teresa Franz Episode: "Sonata for Solo Organ"
1994 Law & Order Dorothy Baxter Episode: "Breeder"
Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III Maureen 3 episodes
The Cosby Mysteries Television movie
1995 Chicago Hope Eleanor Robertson Episode: "Growth Pains"
Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long Rose McConnell Long Television movie
1996 Law & Order Patricia Smith Episode: "Pro Se"
1997–1998 Nothing Sacred Sister Maureen "Mo" Brody 20 episodes
1999 Providence Mary Episode: "Home Again"
The X-Files Mrs. Reed Episode: "Rush"
1999–2000 Judging Amy Mrs. Schleewee 2 episodes
2000 NYPD Blue Ann Collins Episode: "Along Came Jones"
Freaks and Geeks Cookie Kelly 2 episodes
Family Law Episode: "Love and Money"
Baby Ms. Minifred Television movie
100 Centre Street Episode: "Queenie's Running"
2001 Amy & Isabelle Lenora Television movie
The Division Sarah Episode: "Obsessions"
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Louise Durning Episode: "Victims"
2001–2002 The Education of Max Bickford Jean 3 episodes
2002–2003 Third Watch Sgt. Beth Markham 3 episodes
2003 Law & Order Dr. Beth Allison Episode: "Compassion"
Touched by an Angel Paula Episode: "Song for My Father"
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Sally Wilkens Episode: "Soulless"
2004 The Jury Evelyn Berry Episode: "The Honeymoon Suite"
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Laurie Manotti Episode: "Inert Dwarf"
House Mother Superior Episode: "Damned If You Do"
2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury Karen Ames Episode: "Truth or Consequences"
2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Lillian Siefeld Episode: "Lead"
Taking Chance Gretchen Television movie
2010 Louie Nun Episode: "God"
2011 Pan Am Marjorie Lowrey Episode: "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang"
2013–2014 Masters of Sex Estabrook Masters 7 episodes
2014 True Detective Betty Childress Episode: "Form and Void"
Love's a Bitch Wes' Mom Episode: "Family Time"
The Divide Ida Bankowski 2 episodes
Olive Kitteridge Bonnie Newton 4 episodes
Big Driver Ramona Norville Television movie
2014–2017 The Leftovers Patti Levin 14 episodes
2016 Quarry Naomi 4 episodes
2016–2017 Good Behavior FBI Agent Rhonda Lashever 10 episodes
2017 Girls Phaedra Episode: "Goodbye Tour"
2017–present The Handmaid's Tale Aunt Lydia Clements 42 episodes
2018 3Below: Tales of Arcadia Zeron Omega (voice) 6 episodes
2019 Lambs of God Sister Margarita 4 episodes
2019–2020 At Home with Amy Sedaris Teri Tucker / Janice Shanks 2 episodes
2020 Helpsters Marching Band Marsha Episode: "Primmflandia Day/Marching Band Marsha"
2021 Search Party Paula Jo 2 episodes
Live in Front of a Studio Audience Edna Garrett Episode: "Diff'rent Strokes and The Facts of Life"
2023 American Dad! Miss Macadoo / Deborah (voice) 2 episodes
The Other Two[20] Paula Davies Episode: "Cary Gets His Ass Handed to Him"
Teenage Euthanasia Erica / Debt Announcer (voice) 2 episodes

Theater

Year Title Role Notes
1983 A Different Moon Sarah Next Theatre Company, Chicago
1986 Uncle Vanya Sonya Court Theatre, Chicago
1987 The Normal Heart Dr. Emma Brookner Ivanhoe Theatre, Chicago
1988 The Glass Menagerie Laura Wingfield[21] Court Theatre, Chicago
1989 The Paper Gramophone Victoria[22] Hartford Stage
1989 The Crucible Abigail Williams[23] Long Wharf Theatre
1990 New York 1937 Elsie Jewish Repertory Theatre
1993 Candida Miss Proserpine Garnett Criterion Center Stage Right
1996 Taking Sides Tamara Sachs Brooks Atkinson Theatre
2001 Kimberly Akimbo Pattie[24] South Coast Rep
2001 An Immaculate Misconception Dr. Melanie Laidlaw[25] Primary Stages
2004 The Happy Journey Ma[26] Connelly Theater
2004 Pullman Car Hiawatha A Stout Amiable Woman[27] Connelly Theater
2007 Doubt Sister Aloysius George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick
2008 The Seagull Polina Walter Kerr Theatre
2009 Quartermaine's Terms Melanie Garth[28] Williamstown Theatre Festival
2011 Blood from a Stone Margaret Acorn Theatre
2015 Night Is a Room Dore Pershing Square Signature Center
2021 Enemy of the People Various Park Avenue Armory

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Nominated work Result Ref.
1998 Viewers for Quality Television Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series Nothing Sacred Nominated
2012 Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Compliance Nominated
National Board of Review Best Supporting Actress Won [29]
St. Louis Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Won [30]
Utah Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated
2013 Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [31]
Independent Spirit Award Best Supporting Female Nominated [32]
Online Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Nominated [33]
Saturn Awards Best Actress Nominated [34]
Toronto Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Nominated [35]
2014 Satellite Award Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film The Leftovers Nominated [36]
2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Captain Fantastic Nominated [37]
Critics' Choice Television Award Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series The Leftovers Nominated [38]
2017 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Nominated [39]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series The Handmaid's Tale Won
Golden Globe Award Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Nominated [40]
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated [41]
2018 Critics' Choice Television Award Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Won [42]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated [43]
Satellite Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV Film Won [44]
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominated [45]
2019 AACTA Awards Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama Lambs of God Nominated [46]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series The Handmaid's Tale Nominated [47]
2021 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominated [48]
Middleburg Film Festival Agnès Varda Trailblazing Film Artist Award Won [49]
2022 British Academy Film Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Mass Nominated [50]
Critics' Choice Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [51]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Best Supporting Actress Nominated [52]
Atlanta Film Critics Circle Best Ensemble Won
Critics Association of Central Florida Best Supporting Actress Won [53]
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Ensemble Won [54]
Houston Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Won [55]
Independent Spirit Awards Robert Altman Award Won [56]
Indiana Film Journalists Association Best Ensemble Acting Won
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Best Supporting Actress Won
Music City Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Won [57]
North Carolina Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Won
Best Ensemble Won
Online Association of Female Film Critics Best Acting Ensemble Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Acting Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Won [58]
Best Ensemble Won [58]
Utah Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Won [59]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Supporting Actress Nominated [60]
Austin Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Nominated [61]
DiscussingFilm Critics Awards Best Supporting Actress Runner-up [62]
Georgia Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Nominated [63]
Greater Western New York Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [64]
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Nominated [65]
North Texas Film Critics Association Gary Murray Award (Best Ensemble) Nominated
Online Association of Female Film Critics Best Supporting Actress Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [66]
Seattle Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Nominated [67]
Southeastern Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Nominated [68]

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