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SANDRA BULLOCK (Sarah), one of today's busiest and most popular leading ladies, starred in three very different film projects in only the last year. Last summer. she starred opposite Harry Connick, Jr. in "Hope Floats," and then starred with Nicole Kidman in "Practical Magic." Bullock also provided the voice of Miriam, Moses' sister, in DreamWorks' animated feature "The Prince of Egypt."

Behind the camera, Bullock served as an executive producer on "Hope Floats," under the banner of her company Fortis Films, which also co-produced "Practical Magic," With Fortis, she had previously produced several short films, including "Making Sandwiches," in which she also starred and made her writing and directing debut, She most recently produced Fortis' tentatively titled "Gun Shy," starring Liam Neeson.

Bullock was first catapulted to stardom with her role in the blockbuster action thriller "Speed." She then earned a Golden Globe Award nomination for her work in the romantic comedy hit "While You Were Sleeping." She went on to star in the hit thriller "The Net," and the acclaimed courtroom drama "A Time to Kill." Her other film credits include "Demolition Man," "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway," "The Vanishing," "The Thing Called Love," "Two If by Sea," "In Love and War" and "Speed 2."


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