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Her performance in the show won a Golden Satellite Award in 2000 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Series, Drama, a Golden Globe Award in 1999 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture, a Viewers for Quality Television Award in 1999 for Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series, and an Emmy Award in 1998 for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
She was also nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards three times (1999; 2000; 2001) for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
She also studied acting at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School in Chelsea, which was founded by David Mamet and William H. In the late '80s, Camryn made her New York stage debut in Tony Kushner's "Hydriotaphia" (1987) and her screen debut in the early '90s with a tiny part in Brian De Palma's film adaptation of Tom Wolfe's novel, "The Bonfire of the Vanities" (1990; starring Tom Hanks, Bruce Willis, and Melanie Griffith).
“The confidence I built from working with great directors and writers gave me the balls to write my own show, which really brought me into the public eye intensely.” Camryn Manheim After guest-starring on NBC’s drama "Law & Order," Manheim starred in the one-person Off-Broadway show "Wake Up, I'm Fat" (1993), which earned her a contract to write a book tentatively titled "Wake Up, I'm Fat." She also co-starred as Bridget Fonda's friend in Alan Parker's film version of T.
Our culture, to be more specific, really hates fat people.Every billboard, every magazine, and every commercial tells me I should hate my body.There are billion-dollar industries invested in me hating my body: the fashion industry, the diet industry, the nutrition industry, and the cosmetic surgery industry are all invested in my hating my body.Or were they just embarrassed that I wasn’t the perfect child? They get so much pride and enjoyment out of my success, which I am happy to share with them.Despite what they did or didn’t do regarding my body image, to me, it’s all outweighed by what they did do, which was to give me unconditional love and support for my passion for the arts.” Camryn Manheim Wake Up, I'm Fat Bitten by the acting bug after attending a Renaissance fair at the age of 16, Camryn Manheim sharpened her craft at Cabrillo Junior College, in Santa Cruz, California, the University of California at Santa Cruz, and New York University.
In 2005, she received an Emmy and Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Gladys Presley in the CBS miniseries "Elvis" (2005).