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Betsy Aidem

Born/Date of Birth: October 28, 1957
Place of Birth: East Meadow, Long Island, New York, United States
Occupation: Actress, director
Spouse(s): William Fichtner(m. 1987; div. 1996)
Children: Sam Fichtner

Betsy Aidem (born October 28, 1957) is a film, television and stage actress. Her film work includes The Bleeding House, See You in the Morning, A Vigilante and Aeris. Her television work includes The High Life, The Americans, appearing in episodes, "Safe House" and "Covert War". Her stage work includes Steel Magnolias and Five Women Wearing the Same Dress.

Background
She is an Obie award winner, and first became interested in acting while she was in high school. Her debut was as a fairy in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. She is also a stage play director and her first professional production was in 2018, A Doll’s House, Part 2., which was a stage production of the Lucas Hnath comedy. She was the first wife of William Fichtner and had a child with him. Married for nine years, they divorced in 1996.

Stage work
Midway through 2009, Aidem was in Nicki Bloom's Tender, a story about an act of violence that destroys a family. The play, directed by Daniela Topol, also starred Kerry Bishe, Michael Cullen, and Matt Dellapina. In October 2018, she appeared as the loony and flamboyant Professor Carroway in Love Course which was about two eccentric neurotics, Carroway and Professor Burgess, teaching a course in romantic literature and two students who attend the course end up teaching it.

Film work
1980s to 1990s
Her earliest film work was in the 1982 film A Little Sex, where she played a passer-by. In 1985, she appeared in the television film Kojak: The Belarus File as Elissa Barak.

2000s
She appeared in Sarah Daggar-Nickson's 2018 film A Vigilante which starred Olivia Wilde, Morgan Spector and Kyle Catlett. Also that year she was in Aeris, a film about a couple adopting a sick kitten.

Television shows
Her work on television shows includes reoccurring roles on The High Life as Irene, and as Dr. Sloane on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

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Categories: 1957 births,American stage actresses,20th-century American actresses,21st-century American actresses,American theatre directors,American film actresses,American television actresses,People from East Meadow, New York,Actresses from New York (state),Women theatre directors,Obie Award recipients

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