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Connie Britton

Connie Britton

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    • March 6th, 1967
Connie Britton (born March 6, 1967) is an American actress. She is best known for the roles of Nikki Faber on Spin City and on Friday Night Lights as Tami Taylor. Her most notable films are Friday Night Lights and A Nightmare on Elm Street. Despite the fact that the Friday Night Lights television series is based on the film, she portrays different characters in both of them. Her character in the show is named Tami Taylor while in the film her character is named Sharon Gaines. Description above from the Wikipedia article Connie Britton, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Filmography

Acting (26 Credits)

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2021The White Lotus as Nicole Mossbacher
2020Joe Bell as Lola Bell
2020Promising Young Woman as Dean Walker
2019The Mustang as Psychologist
2019Bombshell as Beth Ailes
2018The Land of Steady Habits as Barbara
2017Beatriz at Dinner as Kathy
2017Professor Marston & the Wonder Women as Josette FrankWatch Free
2015American Ultra as Victoria Lasseter
2015Me and Earl and the Dying Girl as Greg's Mom
2014This Is Where I Leave You as Tracy Sullivan
2013Angels Sing as Susan
2013The To Do List as Jean Klark
2012Seeking a Friend for the End of the World as Diane
2012The Fitzgerald Family Christmas as Nora
2011Conception as GloriaWatch Free
2010A Nightmare on Elm Street as Marge Thompson
2009Women in Trouble as DorisWatch Free
2006The Lather Effect as Valinda
2006The Last Winter as Abby Sellers
2006Friday Night Lights as Tami Taylor
2004Looking for Kitty as Ms. Marcie Petracelli
2004Friday Night Lights as Sharon Gaines
1998No Looking Back as Kelly
1996Escape Clause as Leslie Bullard
1995The Brothers McMullen as Molly McMullen

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