Tony Award Winner
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Cady Huffman Tony Award winner. Cady’s most recent Broadway appearance was in
The Tony Award winning play THE NANCE opposite Nathan Lane, for which she received an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination. She is perhaps best known for her Tony,
Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award winning performance as “Ulla” in
The Producers on Broadway opposite Mr. Lane and Matthew Broderick. This led to her unforgettable recurring role on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm where she almost became
Larry David’s 10th anniversary present. This success also brought her to the
Food Network’s kitchen stadium where she judged for 10 consecutive seasons on
Iron Chef America. Cady’s other Broadway credits are her Tony-nominated performance as Ziegfeld’s Favorite in THE WILL ROGERS FOLLIES, the original production of
LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, STEEL PIER, DAME EDNA: THE ROYAL TOUR, and Bob Fosse’s last original musical BIG DEAL. She has had several guest starring appearances on television, including a recurring role on The Good Wife, Law & Order: SVU,
Law & Order: CI, Law & Order: Trial By Jury, Frasier and Mad About You. She even showed up on Daytime’s One Life To Live as the 2nd Dr. Paige Miller.
On the big screen Cady has appeared in The Company Men opposite Ben Affleck and
Chris Cooper, John Turturro’s star studded musical film Romance & Cigarettes,
Hero (with Dustin Hoffman, Geena Davis and Andy Garcia), The Nanny Diaries opposite Scarlett Johansson and starring roles in the indy films Molly’s Theory of Relativity, Dare, $20 Drinks, Billy’s Dad Is A fudgepacker, Space Marines and Throw the Hoolihan.
She also produced and stars in film festival favorite Sunday on the Rocks which won
2nd Place Feature at the New Haven Film Festival.
Cady often lends her talents and resources to several charitable causes, including Creative Alternatives of New York, AIDS awareness, breast cancer research, women’s heart health and animal rights. As an advocate for the arts, she has traveled to Washington to speak to Senators and Congresspersons and has spoken on panels at Sundance Film Festival and Brown and Harvard Universities focusing on the arts and
first amendment rights. She is passionate about keeping the arts in public schools and helping young people realize their potential.