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Sean Young

Sean Young
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Birth Date

November 20, 1959


61 years old


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color

Dark Brown


5 ft 8 in | 173 cm

Net Worth

$3.5 Million

Body Measurements

35-26-35 in | 89-66-89 cm


63 kg | 139 lbs

Bra Size


Shoe size

10 US | 41 EU

Early acting career First movie Breakthrough

Mary Sean Young was born in Louisville, Kentucky, United States, on November 20, 1959, is an American actress.

Young Sean Young first started her career as a model and ballet dancer.

She made her big screen debut in romantic drama film Jane Austen in Manhattan (1980) in role as Ariadne Charlton.

She got her television debut in PBS anthology series American Playhouse (1984) in episode "Under the Biltmore Clock", in role as Myra Harper.

Her breakthrough performance came as Rachael in science fiction movie Blade Runner (1982).

She played the same character in sequel Blade Runner 2049 (2017).

New Movies

Hart Blvd. (2021) drama in role as Marie, with Raymond J. Barry and Adoni Maropis

Nick and Nicky (2020) comedy in role as Gloria, opposite Patrick Askin and Ian Whitt

5th Borough (2020) crime in role as Sabina, with Steve Stanulis, Tara Reid and Lillo Brancato

A Beautiful Distraction (2020) thriller in role as Brigid, opposite Adrian Paul, Vivica A. Fox and Deborah Twiss

Axcellerator (2020) action sci-fi in role as Graham, with Ryan Wesen, Mark 'Woody' Keppel and John James

Otherhood (2019) comedy in role as Gillian Lieberman, opposite Angela Bassett and Felicity Huffman

Best Movies

Stripes (1981) war comedy opposite Bill Murray and John Candy

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) comedy with Jim Carrey and Courteney Cox

No Way Out (1987) neo-noir political thriller opposite Kevin Costner and Gene Hackman

Sugar & Spice (2001) black comedy with Marley Shelton, Marla Sokoloff and Mena Suvari

Cousins (1989) romantic comedy opposite Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini

Fire Birds (1990) action with Tommy Lee Jones and Nicolas Cage

Baby... Secret of the Lost Legend (1985) adventure fantasy opposite William Katt and Patrick McGoohan

Fatal Instinct (1993) comedy thriller with Armand Assante and Kate Nelligan

Young Doctors in Love (1982) comedy opposite Michael McKean and Gary Friedkin

Once Upon a Crime (1992) black comedy mystery with John Candy, Jim Belushi and Cybill Shepherd

The Boost (1988) drama opposite James Woods and John Kapelos

Love Crimes (1992) thriller with Patrick Bergin and Arnetia Walker

Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me (1992) comedy opposite Adrienne Shelly, Max Parrish and Andrea Naschak

Blue Ice (1992) crime thriller with Michael Caine and Ian Holm

Blood & Orchids (1986) drama opposite Kris Kristofferson and Jane Alexander

Witness to the Execution (1994) drama with Len Cariou, George Newbern and Dee Wallace

Jesse Stone: Sea Change (2007) crime drama opposite Tom Selleck and Kathy Baker

TV Shows

Tender Is the Night (1985) television mini-series in role as Rosemary Hoyt

Third Watch (2002) NBC crime drama series in role as Nancy

Russians in the City of Angels (2003) action crime series in role as Rachael Somov

Yesenin (2005) biographical miniseries in role as Isadora Duncan

The Young and the Restless (2010-2011) CBS soap opera in role as Meggie McClaine

The Alienist (2018) TNT period drama television series in role as Mrs. Van Burgen


Graduated from Cleveland Heights High School in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.

Attended the Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan.

Attended the School of American Ballet in New York City.

Has Irish, English, and Swiss-German ancestry.

Has a brother Donald Young III and a sister Cathleen Young.

Appeared in documentary Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner (2007).

She voiced Nelly the Spiderwoman in horror comedy film Gingerclown (2013).


She was married to Robert Lujan (1990-2002) the couple remarried in 2011, they have two sons.

She dated John Kerwin (2008-2009), Frank Howson (2002) and James Woods (1987).

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