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Amy Ryan and Jill Quigg
Amy Ryan (left) and Jill Quigg play best friends in "Gone Baby Gone." (Miramax Films / Claire Folger) Miramax Films / Claire Folger
Big trouble

Jill Quigg talks in expletives and has lived a hard-scrabble life. She is also a critical success for giving Ben Affleck's film its gritty feel.

By Mark Shanahan
Globe Staff / October 24, 2007

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Spend just a few minutes with Jill Quigg, and you understand why Ben Affleck gave her a plum part in "Gone Baby Gone." (Full article: 993 words)

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