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Gaby Hoffmann

Gaby Hoffmann
Gaby began acting in commercials at 4 to help pay the family bills but got tired of the work and quit. Gaby's first film role was as young Maisy in 1988's Uncle Buck.

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Birthday
1982-01-08
Nickname
Gaby
Birthname
Gabriella Mary Hoffmann
Sign
Capricorn
Hometown
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
Country
United States
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'7"
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Actress
Hobbies
Friends School.
Assets
Going To College
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Party's naked and drunk sucks off every guy she meets only gets ass fucked by special friends
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Breast
36
Waist
26"
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36"
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Gaby began acting in commercials at 4 to help pay the family bills but got tired of the work and quit. Gaby's first film role was as young Maisy in 1988's Uncle Buck. Until the summer of 1993, Gaby had lived her entire life with her mother Viva and older sister Alexandra at New York's notorious Chelsea Hotel. Viva and Gaby left in July after a longtime dispute with the management, but the hotel ended up featuring prominently in Gaby's future. Someone Like Me was hatched after one of the show's producers, Gail Berman, read a New York Times article about the Chelsea Hotel that mentioned a children's book that Viva and friend Jane Lancellotti wrote titled Gaby at the Chelsea (a takeoff on the classic Eloise).

Now that she and her mother are ensconced with their two Eskimo dogs in a two-bedroom rental house in Woodland Hills (it was badly damaged in the January 1994 earthquake), Gaby says she misses her former home(the Chelsea Hotel), where she and her best friend, Talya Shomron, would roller-skate in the hallways, spy on the drug dealer across the hall,and dispatch the bellman to fetch ice cream at night from the neighborhood deli. Gaby has had well-received supporting roles in The Man Without a Face (1993), This Is My Life (1992), Field of Dreams (1989), and Sleepless in Seattle (1993). Gaby loved working with Best friend Christina Ricci, Nora Ephron, who directed This Is My Life and Sleepless in Seattle, as well as with co-stars Tom Hanks, Mel Gibson, and the late John Candy, but she found Kevin Costner "bossy".

In 1999, Hoffmann entered Bard College in New York to pursue a degree in literature. Starting in 2001, she put her acting career on hold to complete her studies. She graduated in 2003.

Since 2003, Hoffmann has largely concentrated on a theatre career in New York. Recent theatre work includes roles in 24 Hour Plays (as Denise at the American Airlines Theatre), The Sugar Syndrome (Williamstown Theatre Festival - July/August 2005) and Third (Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre/Lincoln Centre Theatre - September - December 2005). In late 2005, she starred in an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She also appeared in the Broadway play Suburbia, alongside Kieran Culkin and Jessica Capshaw at the Second Stage Theatre on 43rd St in New York City which ran from September - October 2006.

In 1999, Hoffmann entered Bard College in New York to pursue a degree in literature. Starting in 2001, she put her acting career on hold to complete her studies. She graduated in 2003.

Hoffmann recently returned to the 24 Hours Plays where she acted alongside Jennifer Aniston. In 2007, she starred in the film Severed Ways: The Norse Discovery of America. In 2008, she appeared in Guest of Cindy Sherman, a documentary on art-scene commentator Paul Hasegawa-Overacker's relationship with enigmatic photographer Cindy Sherman. Later in 2008, Hoffmann will appear in the documentary Chelsea on the Rocks, which is a tribute to the Chelsea Hotel where she grew up. Directed by Abel Ferrara, the documentary highlights the many personalities and artistic voices that have emerged from the legendary residence

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