Cara Buono: Celebs on the Run

Cara Buono: Celebs on the Run

Cara BuonoThree cheers for Cara Buono

"I thought that crossing the line would be the reward, but when I actually did I realized that it was so much more."


Cara is an american actress, director and producer. She has worked on Broadway, starring opposite Ethan Hawke and Jeremy Irons in Waterland.
Cara has worked in both film and television. She has starred in numerous American TV shows, but her most notable and well known appearance was in the hit drama series, The Sopranos as Christopher Moltisanti's wife, Kelli. She also appeared as Dr. Faye Miller in the fourth season of Mad Men.


Cara is an all round sporty person. She is a certified yoga teacher and loves to cycle and swim.    
Cara set herself a challenge to complete three marathons. She ran in the 1998, 1999 and crossed the finish line of the 2005 ING New York Marathon in 5:09:50 to complete her third and final marathon.
After New York Cara continued to run, this time concentrating on shorter distances and improving her speed. She ran the Healthy Kidney 10k in Central Park in 2006. She also ran the Achilles Hope & Possibility 5-miler in 2009 completing the race in 49:36 alongside celebrities, Armie Hammer and Anthony Edwards.

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