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A versatile and accomplished actress/singer/songwriter, Rebecca Pidgeon can be seen in the critically acclaimed Steve Martin film, Shopgirl. Pidgeon recently completed production on the British film Provokedwith Miranda Richardson and Robbie Coltrane, as well as the independent film Edmondwith William H. Macy, Joe Mantegna, and Julia Stiles. She is also currently working in television with recurring roles on the ABC drama In Justice andthe CBS series The Unit.Other television credits include: Campaign, Uncle Vanya(BBC/PBS), She’s Been Away (BBC) and The Water Engine(TNT). Pidgeon’s film and stage credits include State And Main,Heist,The Winslow Boy, The Spanish Prisoner,Homicide, and The Dawning, among others. Her Broadway debut, in the fall of 1997, was at the Booth Theater playing the role of Deeny in The Old Neighborhood. Other stage credits: Dangerous Corner, Oleanna, The Changling, School For Scandal, When We Were Women, Bow Down, and Speed The Plowat the Royal National Theater in London. Rebecca Pidgeon has also sustained a more personal, but critically significant music career for more than 15 years and has recorded five albums. Pegged as a provocative singer in her first band Ruby Blue(Polygram UK), Rebecca has continued to write, sing, and perform, with her new CD, Tough On Crime, out now on The Lab/Universal Label. Joined on Tough On Crimeby legendary musicians such as Billy Preston and Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker, among others, and helmed by award winning producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Madeleine Peyroux) the new album has already been acclaimed for its genre-defying arrangements and simple, elegant story telling.