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Gershon attended the Circle in the Square Professional Theater School in New York, working first with David Mamet and later with Harold Guskin and Sandra Seacat, whom she has described in interviews as "a huge influence." She has appeared on Broadway three times, as Sally Bowles in the revival of Cabaret, in the revival of the sex farce Boeing-Boeing, and played Rosie Alvarez in the 2010 Broadway revival of Bye Bye Birdie at the Roundabout Theatre Company.
She had a cameo role in The Cars 1984 video "Hello Again", alongside Andy Warhol.
She's a good agent and she cares about her clients, but at a certain point, when Nikki's screwing up so much, what are you going to do?
You lie for them, and then you manipulate [the crisis to your advantage]." Gershon is dipping into the entertainment-biz well yet again with the TV pilot she has at NBC, playing a studio head in 's Candace Bushnell.
Her break came with a bit part in Pretty in Pink (1986), which led to more substantial roles in Sweet Revenge with Nancy Allen and Cocktail with Tom Cruise and Elisabeth Shue and in John Sayles' urban drama City of Hope (1991).
Gershon also worked in television, with a recurring role on Melrose Place playing a prostitute working for a Heidi Fleiss-esque Hollywood madam.
While she's hesitant to say much about the prospective gig "If it doesn't get picked up, I look like an idiot" she does reveal that even though her character is "amazing at her job, she's just trying to keep it together, be a good mother and not step on her husband's toes or emasculate him." Classified by some as a sort of follow-up to ! "So there's a built-in audience." Striking the right balance between adaptation/homage and poke-in-the-pasties parody, though, is the hurdle Gershon faces.
" Working to take an introspective look at herself, Gershon later cops to filling "uncommon" roles. All the people [in our business] are so ridiculous, it's going to be funny regardless.' And I think that applies to the agent part there's something inherently ridiculous.
She has also had supporting roles in FX's Rescue Me and HBO's How to Make It in America.
She attended Beverly Hills High School and started acting at the age of 14.
She also has served as the voiceover for Major League Baseball's "I Live For This" promotional campaign.
She has also played the voice of Catwoman in the 2007 animated series The Batman.