Christine Baranski has achieved acclaim in every medium in which she has performed. Christine, two-time Tony®, Emmy®, Screen Actors Guild and American Comedy Award winner, starred opposite Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta Jones and Richard Gere in the 2002 Academy Award® winner for Best Picture Chicago. She received her big break being cast in Tom Stoppard's hit Broadway comedy The Real Thing, directed by Mike Nichols and starring Glenn Close and Jeremy Irons. Within that same year, she also was married, gave birth to her first child and won a Tony Award® and Drama Desk Award for her Performance. Baranski went on to earn a second Tony Award® and Drama Desk Award for her performance as a chain-smoking hyper kinetic in Neil Simon's Rumors and a Drama Desk Award for Lips Together Teeth Apart in a role that was written for her by Terrence McNally. Additional appearances on the Great White Way include Hurlyburly and The House of Blue Leaves. Christine also received rave reviews for her portrayal of Mrs. Lovett in the Kennedy Center's production of Sweeney Todd.