Academy Award-nominated actress Amy Irving (Yentl, Crossing Delancey) grew up in the theater and film world with her director father, Jules Irving, and actress mother, Priscilla Pointer. She first garnered attention as an actress for her roles in Brian DePalma's early films Carrie and The Fury. She went on to starring roles in Voices, Honeysuckle Rose, The Competition and Micki and Maude.
She now shifts into the world of music with her first album, BORN IN A TRUNK, featuring ten cover songs pulled from her life and career, set for a spring 2023 release.
The album features songs like "Why Don't You Do Right" (which Amy sang as Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit) and Pino Donaggio's "I Never Dreamed" (from her feature film debut, Carrie) that have been expertly arranged by Montclair native, Jules David Bartkowski (aka Goolis), to meld into a cohesive story-telling album.
In the live show of BORN IN A TRUNK, the songs are broken up by memoir monologues, weaving the songs together in the flow of the show with stories of her past loves, work, and family.
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