years later, Sybil would star once again opposite
Adrien Brody in "Restaurant", which
takes an unflinching look at racial issues in a
busy Hoboken Eatery.
to follow was a starring role in Chris Menaul's
Emmy-award winning Showtime Original Feature, "The
Passion of Ayn Rand", as the doe-eyed ingénue
who thwarts the celebrated author-philosopher's
affair with a protégé. The film, which
premiered at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival, also
stars Helen Mirren, Peter Fonda, Julie Delpy and
back to the big screen and over to studio pictures,
Sybil next went on to star opposite Amanda Peet,
Jerry O'Connell and Tara Reid in New Line Cinema's
"Body Shots". Viewers and critics
alike praised Sybil for her portrayal, which "suggests
enough complexity to merit a longer story of her
once again to independent film in the leading role
of Allison, Sybil starred opposite Jami Gertz, in
the dark comedy, "Lip Service"
(a.k.a. Kat and Allison).
Sybil starred opposite Skeet Ulrich in the ABC
series, "Miracles", which began
airing in January, 2003 and soon after starred in
Steven Bochco's HBO series "Marriage".
She can also be seen in Sony Pictures' release
of "The Cavern".
And getting back to her roots of producing, Sybil
wrote, produced, and starred in the short film,
"Piece A' Cake", which was invited
to make its world premiere at the American Cinematheque's
Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles.
A' Cake" reunited Sybil with its award
winning directsor, Dean Pollack. The two had previously
worked together in Dean's debut feature film, "Show
& Tell", for which Dean received the
first ever, Blockbuster Independent Filmmaker Award.