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Andie MacDowell

Andie MacDowell

Andie MacDowell is a renowned actor with an impressive body of work that spans film and television, and a passionate advocate for authentic beauty. 

MacDowell stars as Del Landry in Hallmark Channel’s critically acclaimed, hit original primetime series The Way Home, which will return for its third season next year.  Prior to that, she starred in John Wells/LuckyChap Entertainment-produced limited series, Maid for Netflix, opposite her real-life daughter, Margaret Qualley.  The critically acclaimed series from showrunner Molly Smith Metzler, which was named one of AFI’s Top Television Programs of the Year, is inspired by Stephanie Land’s New York Times best-selling memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive. Maid was one of Netflix’s most streamed series in 2021. 

On the big screen, she will soon appear in Hallie Meyers-Shyer’s upcoming feature film Goodrich for Black Bear Pictures alongside an ensemble cast including Michael Keaton, Mila Kunis, Carmen Ejogo and Laura Benanti.  She was most recently seen as the co-lead in the action-thriller Red Right Hand for Magnolia Pictures opposite Orlando Bloom for directing duo Ian and Eshom Nelms; and as the lead role in My Happy Ending for Roadside Attractions.  MacDowell can also be seen in The Other Zoey, a romantic comedy directed by Sara Zandieh, as well as the film adaptation of Sarah Dessen’s best-selling novel Along for the Ride for Netflix, which debuted in May 2022. She also appeared in Good Girl Jane, directed by Sarah Elizabeth Mintz, which won Best Narrative Film at the Tribeca Film Festival. 

Throughout her career, MacDowell has collaborated with some of the most venerated filmmakers of our time, including, Robert Altman, Steven Soderbergh, Nora Ephron, Peter Weir, Wim Wenders, Harold Ramis and Richard Curtis, to name a few.  She first gained attention starring in Soderbergh’s directorial debut Sex, Lies, and Videotape opposite James Spader, which won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival, and represented a turning point for independent film piercing the cultural zeitgeist.  She then went on to star in several highly revered films including Groundhog Day from comedy legend Harold Ramis and opposite Bill Murray; Four Weddings and a Funeral from screenwriter Richard Curtis and opposite Hugh Grant, which earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture-Comedy/Musical; and Green Card from director Peter Weir, which also earned her a Golden Globe nomination. 

MacDowell is a longtime proud spokesperson for L’Oreal – for over 35 years and counting.  She’s become synonymous with the brand’s ethos “because your worth it” and travels the globe each year to support their ongoing campaigns.