Tony Award winner FAITH PRINCE can currently be seen in Showtime's critically acclaimed original series "Huff." Prince's role as "Kelly Knipers," Oliver Platt's love interest, was a recurring character in the first season but audiences so fell in love with her that the role was expanded as a series regular. The Emmy-nominated show's second season begins March 6th.
On the big screen, Prince will soon be seen in the independent film Our Very Own, with Allison Janney and Cheryl Hines. Later this year, she will be seen opposite Hilary and Haylie Duff in their feature film Material Girls, directed by Martha Coolidge.
She is best known for her Tony-winning turn as the perennially unwed "Miss Adelaide" in the 1992 Broadway revival of Guys and Dolls, for which she also won the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards. She was nominated for two other Tonys for her portrayal of "Ella Peterson" in the revival of Bells Are Ringing (for which she again received an Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk nomination) and Jerome Robbins' Broadway (also coupled with a Drama Desk nomination). On television, Prince recurred for five seasons on "Spin City" and on the critically acclaimed "Now and Again." Her television credits include among others, the self-titled series "Faith," NBC's "Sweet Potato Queens," "Welcome to New York," "Law and Order," Fox's "House," and USA's "Monk." Faith's other film credits include Picture Perfect, Dave, and My Father the Hero.
Prince is an accomplished singer who has worked with the Boston Pops, the Utah Symphony, the Cincinnati Pops and more. She is currently touring across the country with her live show, Movin' On. A live recording of her award-winning show entitled A Leap of Faith was recorded at Joe's Pub in New York, and is available on DRG records.