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July 13, 2016

Patrika Darbo, Performers

Patrika Darbo is one of the most recognized character actresses in Hollywood who has been working steadily in film and television for over three decades. She is a current Primetime Emmy nominee for Best Actress / Short Form for the internet series Acting Dead and she has appeared on countless series including The Big Bang Theory, The Middle, Devious Maids, Desperate Housewives and Dexter.

She is still fondly recognized for her series regular role on the 90s sit-com, Step By Step and more recently for the daytime drama, Days of Our Lives for which she received a Daytime Emmy nomination. She is a veteran of dozens of films including Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil, Daddy's Dyin' (Who's Got The Will?), Speed 2, Rango, Babe and she will forever be remembered for her stand-out role in Clint Eastwood's In The Line of Fire where John Malkovich infamously proclaimed to her character, "You shouldn't have been from Minneapolis."

Patrika Darbo is one of the most recognized character actresses in Hollywood who has been working steadily in film and television for over three decades. She is a current Primetime Emmy nominee for Best Actress / Short Form for the internet series Acting Dead and she has appeared on countless series including The Big Bang Theory, The Middle, Devious Maids, Desperate Housewives and Dexter.

She is still fondly recognized for her series regular role on the 90s sit-com, Step By Step and more recently for the daytime drama, Days of Our Lives for which she received a Daytime Emmy nomination. She is a veteran of dozens of films including Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil, Daddy's Dyin' (Who's Got The Will?), Speed 2, Rango, Babe and she will forever be remembered for her stand-out role in Clint Eastwood's In The Line of Fire where John Malkovich infamously proclaimed to her character, "You shouldn't have been from Minneapolis."

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