Felicity Huffman, Desperate Housewives and Transamerica

Felicity Huffman began her acting career in the nineties participating in successful films such as Reversal of Fortune and Magnolia by Paul Thomas Anderson and the TV series Sports Night. The breakthrough came with the role of Lynette Scavo in the acclaimed television series Desperate Housewives alongside Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria, a role from which obtained many awards and nominations including winning an Emmy Award and three Screen Actors Guild.

Felicity Huffman in Desperate Housewives

With her masterful interpretation of transgender Bree Osbourne in Transamerica get an Oscar nomination for best actress, winning the Golden Globe for best actress in a drama, an Independent Spirit Award and a Satellite Award. In 2015 is the protagonist of the tv American Crime series, from which she receives her sixth Golden Globe nomination. She is married to actor William H. Macy.

Felicity Huffman in Transamerica

She has six sisters and one older brother: Mariah, Betsy, Jane, Grace, Jessie and Isabel are the names of the sisters, while her brother is called Moore. Their parents divorced when Felicity was only one year. Grown almost exclusively from Ewing, her mother, she revealed she suffered when she was about twenty years, anorexia and bulimia, and to be exit only through therapy.

Felicity Huffman in American Crime

For her work she has received numerous awards: for Desperate Housewives won an Emmy Award, a SAG Award and a Satellite; for Transamerica received among other awards including a Golden Globe for best actress in a drama, an Independent Spirit Award, a National Board of Review Award and a Satellite Award for Best Actress.

After fifteen years of engagement, September 6, 1997 she married William H. Macy and she had two daughters, Sofia Grace Grace in 2000 and Georgia in 2002.