Gaby Hoffmann

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Credits


FEMALE LEAD: Crystal Fairy – “Crystal Fairy”


Synopsis


When Jamie invites a complete stranger to come along on a road trip to the north of Chile with his Chilean friend Champa and two of his younger brothers, he fails to realize that this woman–a fellow American who goes by the name of Crystal Fairy–is ready and willing to accept any invitation that comes her way. Jamie’s acidic and self-absorbed personality clashes with Crystal Fairy’s free and esoteric nature, as all five of them head into the Atacama Desert with the concise mission of drinking a San Pedro cactus for a mescaline-fueled psychedelic trip. As the journey unfolds and the traveling companions get to know each other better, Jamie learns that he must be more accepting of others, while Crystal finds the way to accepting herself.


Biography


GABY HOFFMANN

Film: Crystal Fairy (Nominated for Best Female Lead, Film Independent Spirit Awards), WildVeronica Mars, All That I AmGoodbye World, Obvious Child, The Surrogate Mary, Nate & MargaretTzametti 13, Life During Wartime, You Can Count on Me, Black and White, Coming Soon, 200 Cigarettes, All I Wanna Do, Snapped, Everyone Says I Love You, Now and Then, Man Without a Face, Sleepless in Seattle, This Is My Life, Uncle Buck, Field of Dreams.

Theater: The Last Seder (Theatre Three, Suburbia – Second Stage), Third (Lincoln Center), The Sugar Syndrome (Williamstown), The 24 Hour Plays (2004/2005, Broadway).

Television: Transparent (Amazon pilot), Girls (HBO), Louie (FX), The Eastmans (CBS pilot), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC).

Webisodes: Paloma, F to 7th, Lyle, The Boring Life of Jacqueline.

Education: Bard College

Representation: CAA
Manager: Sue Leibman, Barking Dog Ent.