Leelee Sobieski Biography
(American Retired Actress Known for Her TV Film 'Joan of Arc' and Miniseries 'Uprising')
Birthday: June 10, 1983 (Gemini)
Born In: New York,New York City, United States
Leelee Sobieski is a retired American actress best known for starring in films such as ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ and ‘The Glass House.’ She was naturally inclined towards a career in the art field due to her creative parents’ influence. She dropped out of college to pursue acting. She made her acting debut at the age of 12 in the TV film ‘A Horse for Danny.’ In 1994, she acted in a TV movie ‘Reunion.’ She received critical acclaim for her performances in ‘Deep Impact,’ ‘A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries,’ and ‘Eyes Wide Shut.’ After making her television debut in the mid-1990s in the series ‘Charlie Grace,’ she made her acting breakthrough with the (1)1999 miniseries ‘Joan of Arc’ and the TV movie ‘Uprising.’ In the 2000s, she appeared mostly in indie films, such as ‘Lying’ and ‘Walk All Over Me.’ She consciously stayed away from mainstream cinema for too long and took permanent retirement from acting in 2012.