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Melinda Page Hamilton

About this Artist

MELINDA PAGE HAMILTON is seen in the recurring role of Sister Mary Bernard on the ABC-TV series Desperate Housewives. In 2005, she played Amy in the indie black comedy Stay, directed by Bob Goldthwait (2006 Sundance Film Festival). Hamilton has also played guest roles on many of television’s most popular shows, including CSI: NY, Nip/Tuck, CSI: Miami, Everwood, As the World Turns, Law and Order, and One Life to Live. She also has a thriving career as a theater actress; she played Ann Deever in the Globe Theater’s production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons in 2002, and Amanda in To Fool the Eye at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. Melinda Page Hamilton earned a BA at Princeton University and an MFA at NYU. Look for her in the upcoming independent film Ted’s MBA, also starring Breckin Meyer and Adam Scott.