10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU
JULIA STILES (Kat
Stratford) made a distinctive impression on the 1998 Sundance
Film Festival by starring in "Wicked," the latest film
from acclaimed director Michael Steinberg ("The Waterdance,"
"Bodies Rest & Motion"). In addition, she co-authored
a script that was chosen as one of twelve scripts to be included
in the Sundance Institute's Writers Lab. The script entitled "The
Anarchist's Daughter" is about a troubled New York teenager
who takes care of her disintegrating family and discovers the
father she never met.
She recently completed filming "Hamlet" for Miramax.
Stiles plays Ophelia opposite Ethan Hawke in the title role for
director Michael Almareda's update of the classic play Stiles
is currently shooting the independent film "0" with
Mekhi Pfeiffer and Josh Hartnett. This contemporary retelling
of Shakespeare's "Othello" sets the original story in
the realm of college basketball. This spring she will begin shooting
"Down To You" with Freddie Prinze, Jr. for Miramax.
She was last seen in the NBC miniseries The '60s" from producer
Lynda Obst. Before that she starred opposite Ellen Barkin and
Oprah Winfrey in the ABC/Harpo Films special "Before Women
Had Wings." She also starred as a young unwed mother opposite
Isabella Rossellini in a critically praised episode of the CBS
drama "Chicago Hope."
Her additional film credits include "I Love You, I Love You
Not" with Claire Danes, "Wide Awake" with Rosie
O'Donnell and in the late Alan J. Pakula's "The Devil's Own"
starring Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt for Sony Pictures.
Stiles began her career on the New York stage, appearing in a
number of plays at the La Mama Theater and the Kitchen Theater,
including "Everyday Newt Burman," "Matthew: School
of Life," and most recently in "The Sandalwood Box"
from playwright Mac Welmann.
She resides in Manhattan where she is at the top of her senior
class at the Professional Children's School.
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