The Sound of Music
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Saffron Burrows joins the cast of "My Own Worst Enemy" as smart and savvy psychologist Dr. Norah Skinner.
Burrows is best known for her work in critically acclaimed foreign films. Most recently, Burrows filmed Jonas Pate's "Shrink" opposite Kevin Spacey. Last summer she completed filming "The Guitar," Amy Redford's directorial debut which was featured at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. In 2005, Burrows completed production on several films, including "Klimt" and "Perfect Creature," set to be released by Twentieth Century Fox, and she can be most recently seen in the major motion picture "The Bank Job," opposite Jason Statham.
Burrows' additional recent films include Hal Hartley's "Fay Grimm," "Troy," "Hotel," "Enigma" (opposite Kate Winslet and Jeremy Northam), Paul McGuigan's "Gangster No. 1," and Mike Figgis' film adaptation of August Strindberg's classic play "Miss Julie."
On the small screen, Burrows recently guest starred in "Boston Legal." Her additional television credits include the acclaimed production of Dennis Potter's "Karaoke" for the BBC and "Cold Lazarus" for Channel 4 Britain. Burrows' theater work includes "The Powerbook," directed by Deborah Warner for the Royal National Theatre in London; Theatre National De Chaillot in Paris, and Teatro Argentina in Rome. She played the role of Janey Morris in "The Earthly Paradise" for the Almedia Theatre in London, and most recently, she played opposite David Schwimmer in Neil LaBute's "Some Girls" on the West End stage. Burrows currently divides her time between London and Los Angeles.