Dianne Wiest

<i>Career trajectory</i>: “Hannah and Her Sisters” to “The Lost Boys”<br>
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GOOD MOVE -- Following her first Oscar win in Woody Allen’s “Hannah,” Wiest didn’t overextend herself in any blockbuster misfires. Instead, she took on a number of plum supporting roles in popular flicks such as “The Lost Boys,” “Bright Lights, Big City,” “Parenthood” and “Edward Scissorhands.” Before anyone knew it, she was teaming with Allen again in “Bullets Over Broadway” and accepting her second golden statuette.
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Career trajectory: “Hannah and Her Sisters” to “The Lost Boys”

GOOD MOVE -- Following her first Oscar win in Woody Allen’s “Hannah,” Wiest didn’t overextend herself in any blockbuster misfires. Instead, she took on a number of plum supporting roles in popular flicks such as “The Lost Boys,” “Bright Lights, Big City,” “Parenthood” and “Edward Scissorhands.” Before anyone knew it, she was teaming with Allen again in “Bullets Over Broadway” and accepting her second golden statuette.

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