Missy Crider

Missy Crider
Missy Crider

Missy Crider

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Birthday: June 13, 1974 (48 years)

HomeTown: Columbia, South Carolina, United States

Born in Columbia, South Carolina, and raised in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Missy Crider began her journey in the arts at an early age (12) in New York City and Los Angeles while doubling high school in the small southern town, graduating with a 3.98 cumulative GPA. The eldest of three siblings and daughter of a CPA/college professor and interior designer, she began working as an award-winning singer and violinist in country music stage shows in Branson, Missouri, when an agency in New York signed her and she booked her very first audition for an NBC pilot. She spent seven years during high school working in musical theater and doing local plays while flying back and forth to Hollywood and New York. She relocated to Los Angeles in October of 1992, after having filmed six movies and miniseries for television, including the highly acclaimed original, “Lonesome Dove” (1989), opposite Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Diane Lane, and Angelica Huston, which secured her Screen Actors Guild membership.Crider received an Emmy nomination from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for her leading role opposite Tom Everett Scott in the CBS drama, “Love in the Dark Ages” (#11.3)” (1994). Shortly thereafter, John McNaughton cast her as an aspiring singer who lands a record deal. McNaughton asked Crider to sing the vocal tracks for the film in Showtime’s campy drive-in cinema remake classic, “Girls in Prison” (1994) (TV), co-starring Anne Heche and Ione Skye. She made the transition to film when writer/director Mitch Marcus cast her as his female lead, “Cindy Wells”, opposite Scott Caan, James Caan and Elliott Gould in “A Boy Called Hate” (1995). The gritty road movie captivated filmgoers and critics alike, winning The Grand Jury Prize at the Berlin Film Festival. Crider followed this role by being cast as a southern woman caught in a cycle of small-town violence with a sensitive portrayal of a student who finds compassion for fellow empath, Sean Patrick Flanery, in Disney’s beloved feature film, “Powder” (1995), co-starring Jeff Goldblum and Mary Steenburgen.It was this winsome portrayal that brought her to the attention of renowned television producer Steven Bochco, who cast her opposite Anthony LaPaglia and Mary McCormack, as inscrutable murder defendant “Sharon Rooney” for a seven-episode run in the second season of his highly acclaimed ABC series, “Murder One” (1996). The 1990s proved busy with several other works: ABC’s “A Mother’s Revenge” (1993) (TV), opposite Shirley Knight and Lesley Ann Warren; a Hallmark Hall of Fame production, “Jane’s House” (1994) (TV) opposite James Woods and Anne Archer; Peter Benchley’s eight-hour miniseries for NBC, “The Beast” (1996) (TV), opposite William Petersen; Stephen King’s “Quicksilver Highway” (1997) (TV), opposite Christopher Lloyd; Paramount Pictures “Sins of the Mind” (1997) (TV); “Conversations in Limbo” (1998); and the quirky independent film, “Stand-ins” (1997), in which Crider drones in German alto octave when portraying Marlene Dietrich’s savvy, wise-cracking double, spewing 1930s banter with fellow stand-ins Bette Davis, Jean Harlow, Mae West, Rita Hayworth and Greta Garbo.In the fall of 1999, Crider’s manager received a phone call from Steven Spielberg. Born on June 13, 1974, Missy Crider hails from Columbia, United States. As in 2022, Missy Crider's age is 48 years. Check below for more deets about Missy Crider. This page will put a light upon the Missy Crider bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, affairs, controversies, caste, height, weight, rumors, lesser-known facts, and more.

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  • Born in Columbia, South Carolina, and raised in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Missy Crider began her journey in the arts at an early age (12) in New York City and Los Angeles while doubling high school in the small southern town, graduating with a 3.98 cumulative GPA. The eldest of three siblings and daughter of a CPA/college professor and interior designer, she began working as an award-winning singer and violinist in country music stage shows in Branson, Missouri, when an agency in New York signed her and she booked her very first audition for an NBC pilot. She spent seven years during high school working in musical theater and doing local plays while flying back and forth to Hollywood and New York. She relocated to Los Angeles in October of 1992, after having filmed six movies and miniseries for television, including the highly acclaimed original, “Lonesome Dove” (1989), opposite Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Diane Lane, and Angelica Huston, which secured her Screen Actors Guild membership.Crider received an Emmy nomination from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for her leading role opposite Tom Everett Scott in the CBS drama, “Love in the Dark Ages” (#11.3)” (1994). Shortly thereafter, John McNaughton cast her as an aspiring singer who lands a record deal. McNaughton asked Crider to sing the vocal tracks for the film in Showtime’s campy drive-in cinema remake classic, “Girls in Prison” (1994) (TV), co-starring Anne Heche and Ione Skye. She made the transition to film when writer/director Mitch Marcus cast her as his female lead, “Cindy Wells”, opposite Scott Caan, James Caan and Elliott Gould in “A Boy Called Hate” (1995). The gritty road movie captivated filmgoers and critics alike, winning The Grand Jury Prize at the Berlin Film Festival. Crider followed this role by being cast as a southern woman caught in a cycle of small-town violence with a sensitive portrayal of a student who finds compassion for fellow empath, Sean Patrick Flanery, in Disney’s beloved feature film, “Powder” (1995), co-starring Jeff Goldblum and Mary Steenburgen.It was this winsome portrayal that brought her to the attention of renowned television producer Steven Bochco, who cast her opposite Anthony LaPaglia and Mary McCormack, as inscrutable murder defendant “Sharon Rooney” for a seven-episode run in the second season of his highly acclaimed ABC series, “Murder One” (1996). The 1990s proved busy with several other works: ABC’s “A Mother’s Revenge” (1993) (TV), opposite Shirley Knight and Lesley Ann Warren; a Hallmark Hall of Fame production, “Jane’s House” (1994) (TV) opposite James Woods and Anne Archer; Peter Benchley’s eight-hour miniseries for NBC, “The Beast” (1996) (TV), opposite William Petersen; Stephen King’s “Quicksilver Highway” (1997) (TV), opposite Christopher Lloyd; Paramount Pictures “Sins of the Mind” (1997) (TV); “Conversations in Limbo” (1998); and the quirky independent film, “Stand-ins” (1997), in which Crider drones in German alto octave when portraying Marlene Dietrich’s savvy, wise-cracking double, spewing 1930s banter with fellow stand-ins Bette Davis, Jean Harlow, Mae West, Rita Hayworth and Greta Garbo.In the fall of 1999, Crider’s manager received a phone call from Steven Spielberg.

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