Elizabeth Marvel, the red-haired policewoman who co-stars on The District, seems so familiar. Do you have any background information on her?
—Jean R., Florida
Elizabeth Marvel has done more theater than television or movies. In fact, The District is her first series. The Julliard-trained actress began acting off-Broadway and won three Obie Awards for her stage work in Misalliance, Therese Raquin, and A Streetcar Named Desire. Her Broadway performances include An American Daughter. She has done a few guest stints on television shows such as Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Homicide: Life on the Street. Marvel also co-starred in the 2001 film Ten Hundred Kings. She was born in Los Angeles and raised in Pennsylvania. Marvel attended high school at the Interlochen Art Institute in northern Michigan, then moved to New York, where she currently lives.