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Jennifer Ehle is an award-winning stage and screen actress. She has won two Tony Awards, the first for the Broadway revival of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing," and the second for her portrayal of three characters in Stoppard's "The Coast of Utopia." She earned a BAFTA award for her performance in the television adaptation of Jane Austen's classic "Pride and Prejudice." She was nominated for a second BAFTA for her performance in "Wilde," and received wide critical acclaim for her role in the film "Sunshine." Most recently, Ehle was in the Academy Award-winning feature film, "The King's Speech" as Myrtle Logue, the wife of King George VI's speech therapist. Her additional film credits include "Contagion," "Pride and Glory" and "The Ides of March," among others. The daughter of actress Rosemary Harris and novelist John Ehle, Jennifer was raised primarily in North Carolina but also spent time in London and New York. When not working she spends the majority of her time with her family at their home in New York. Her birth date is Dec. 29. Follow Jennifer on twitter @jennferehle.