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KIRSTEN DUNST (Betsy Jobs) has a resume that reads more like that of a Hollywood veteran than of a teenager. Since making her feature film debut in 1989 in Woody Allen's "New York Stories," Dunst has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award as Best Supporting Actress for her role opposite Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in "Interview With A Vampire." That performance also garnered her a Blockbuster Video Award for Best Supporting Newcomer, an MTV award for Best Breakthrough Artist and the Saturn Award for Best Young Actress.

She recently starred in the feature film "Drop Dead Gorgeous" and the Showtime telefilm "The Devil's Arithmetic." Her other feature film credits include "Wag the Dog," which starred Dustin Hoffman and Robert DeNiro, "Little Women," opposite Susan Sarandon and Winona Ryder, "Jumanji," with Robin Williams, "Greedy," starring Kirk Douglas and Michael J. Fox, "Mother Night," with Nick Nolte, and "The Hairy Bird" and "Small Soldiers," directed by Joe Dante.

Her television credits include the mini-series "Ruby Ridge," the Lifetime telefilm "15 and Pregnant" and Disney's "Tower of Terror." She also had a recurring role on the NBC hit series "ER," which earned her a Hollywood Reporter Best Young Actress nomination, and guest-starred on "Touched By An Angel," "Gun" and "The Outer Limits."

Dunst has been acting since the age of three, when she filmed the first of more than 100 commercials. She will next be seen in "Virgin Suicides," "The Crow: The Salvation" and "All Forgotten."

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