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Birthday 1963-10-06


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Elisabeth Judson Shue (born October 6, 1963) is an American film actress who is most famous for her roles in the films The Karate Kid, Adventures in Babysitting, Back to the Future Parts II and III and Leaving Las Vegas, for which she won five acting awards and was nominated for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA.


2018Death Wish as Lucy Kersey
2017Battle of the Sexes as Priscilla Riggs
2014Behaving Badly as Pamela Bender
2012Chasing Mavericks as Christy Moriarity
2012House at the End of the Street as Sarah Cassidy
2012Hope Springs as Karen, The Bartender
2011Waking Madison as Dr. Elizabeth Barnes
2010Janie Jones as Mary Ann Jones
2010Piranha 3D as Julie Forester
2009Don McKay as Sonny
2008Hamlet 2 as Elisabeth Shue
2007Gracie as Lindsay Bowen
2007First Born as Laura
2005Dreamer: Inspired By a True Story as Lily
2005Hide and Seek as Elizabeth
2004Mysterious Skin as Mrs. McCormick
2002Leo as Mary Bloom
2001The First Year as Narrator
2001Amy & Isabelle as Isabelle Goodrow
2000Hollow Man as Linda McKay
1999Molly as Molly McKay
1998Cousin Bette as Jenny Cadine
1998Palmetto as Mrs. Donnelly / Rhea Malroux
1997Deconstructing Harry as Fay
1997The Saint as Emma Russell
1996The Trigger Effect as Annie
1995Leaving Las Vegas as Sera
1995The Underneath as Susan Crenshaw
1994Radio Inside as Natalie
1994Blind Justice as Caroline
1993Twenty Bucks as Emily Adams
1993Heart and Souls as Anne
1991Soapdish as Lori Craven
1991The Marrying Man as Adele Horner
1990Back to the Future Part III as Jennifer Parker
1989Body Wars as Dr. Cynthia Lair
1989Back to the Future Part II as Jennifer Parker / Jennifer McFly
1988Cocktail as Jordan Mooney
1987Adventures in Babysitting as Chris Parker
1987Double Switch as Kathy
1986Link as Jane Chase
1984The Karate Kid as Ali Mills
1983Somewhere, Tomorrow as Margie
1982The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana as Lynn Osborne (as Lisa Shue)

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