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Gaby Hoffmann

Gabriella Mary "Gaby" Hoffmann (born January 8, 1982) is an American actress. Hoffmann was born in New York City. Her mother, Viva (aka Janet Susan Mary Hoffmann), is an actress and writer and appeared in many of Andy Warhol's movies during the 1960s. Her father is Anthony Herrera, a soap actor best known for his role as James Stenbeck from As The World Turns. Hoffmann also has a half-sister, Alexandra (Alex) Auder, who is 10 years older. Gaby was raised by her mother. Her father did not have a significant presence in her life. Her birth is documented in Brigid Berlin's The Andy Warhol Diaries. An entry dated January 10, 1982, two days after Hoffman was born, says that a friend of Warhol’s telephoned Warhol and told him that they were going to the Chelsea Hotel to see Viva and her new baby. Until 1993, Hoffmann had lived in the well-known Hotel Chelsea in New York City, which Hoffmann later said she enjoyed. According to Hoffmann, she and her best friend Talya Shomron would roller-skate in the hallways, spy on the drug dealer across the hall, and persuade the bellman to go to the neighborhood deli at night and get them ice cream. Hoffman and her mother left the Chelsea Hotel in

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Child Star Gaby Hoffmann: 'Memba Her?!

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Gaby Hoffmann 'Memba Her?!

In the late '80s and '90s, Gaby Hoffmann starred in films like "Field of Dreams," "Uncle Buck," "Sleepless in Seattle" and as the young version of Demi Moore's character in "Now and Then." Guess… READ MORE >

Child Star Gaby Hoffmann: 'Memba Her?!

Child Star Gaby Hoffmann
'Memba Her?!

In the late '80s and '90s, Gaby Hoffmann starred in films like "Field of Dreams," "Uncle Buck," "Sleepless in Seattle" and as the young version of Demi Moore's character in "Now and Then." Guess… READ MORE >

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Yo Gaby Gaby

Yo Gaby Gaby

The 28-year-old resurfaced at an event in NYC on Wednesday, looking studious.Gaby grew up in NYC's infamous Chelsea Hotel.Hoffmann stars in the upcoming Todd Solondz film "Life During Wartime." READ MORE >

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