Apr. 17th, 1950
Chicago, Illinois, USA
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L. Scott Caldwell (born April 17, 1950) in Chicago and now lives in New York City. She has an extensive background in feature films, television and theater. Her film credits include Mystery Alaska, Waiting to Exhale, The Net, The Fugitive, Dutch and Without a Trace. Caldwell had a recurring role in Judging Amy, and has guest-starred in JAG, Chicago Hope, City of Angels and Promised Land, all on CBS. Her additional television credits include The Practice, The Division, Any Day Now, Murder One, The Pretender, Grace Under Fire, Melrose Place, Lois and Clark, ER, Nip and Tuck and L.A. Law.
On Broadway, Caldwell won a Tony Award for her role in Joe Turner's "Come & Gone." Her other Broadway credits include "Proposals," "A Month of Sundays" and "Home." She has also appeared Off Broadway in "About Heaven & Earth," "Colored People's Time," "Old Phantoms," "A Season to Unravel" and "The Imprisonment of Obatala."
She now spends most of her time in Hawaii, playing Rose, one of the 48 survivors of an plane crash on a deserted island, an important recurring character on the hit ABC TV show Lost. Her importance in the show is getting bigger every episode, possibly getting a main status in the third season.
- Won Broadway''s 1988 Tony Award as Best Actress (Featured Role - Play) for 'August Wilson' (qv)'s "Joe Turner's Come and Gone."
- Has one son, Ominara, who lives in Chicago.
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