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Mc Gillis appeared in dozens of television and film roles throughout the 1990s before taking a break from acting for a few years.
In 2004, she appeared in the stage play The Graduate as Mrs. She began working in television again in 2006, then in 2007, she joined the cast of Showtime's The L Word for its fifth season.
In 1992, Mc Gillis was second-billed in The Babe (1992) as Claire Hodgson, the no-nonsense second wife of baseball great Babe Ruth (John Goodman).
She subtly spoofed her breakout role in Witness in the comedy North, and went on to appear in a variety of projects including We the Jury, Perfect Prey, The Settlement, and At First Sight, After appearing in The Monkey's Mask in 200, she disappeared from screens (outside of voiceover work) until 2010's Skate Land, and having a major role in 2011's The Innkeepers.
She graduated in 1983 and began landing acting roles shortly thereafter.
Her breakout role was that of an Amish mother in the movie Witness with Harrison Ford, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe award.
The actress's best role since Witness has been as the attorney defending rape victim Jodie Foster in The Accused (1988); during production, Mc Gillis made public the story of her own earlier rape, and became a militant advocate for assault victim' rights.But there were other reasons Mc Gillis forced herself out of the regular grind of the Hollywood showbiz machine.As much as we're brainwashed to believe it to be true, acting, fame and fortune aren't for its fifth season, she captured attention once again. In five years, during the second half of the 1980s, Kelly shot to success across film genres: in the crime drama with Jodie Foster—one of the first films out of Hollywood that directly addressed the issue of rape.“Queers with ‘Kelly crushes’ the world over raised collective fists in celebration and exclaimed, ‘Yesss!