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KIRSTEN DUNST (Amber) is best known for two equally acclaimed roles as two very original young women: as Amy in Gillian Armstrong's adaptation of Little Women, a complex performance which garnered the Chicago Critic's Award for Best Supporting Actress and The Boston Film Society's Best Supporting Actress Award; and as the vampire child Claudia in Interview With A Vampire, for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress, the Blockbuster Video Award for Best Supporting Newcomer, the MTV Award for Best Breakthrough Artist and the Hollywood Reporter Best Young Actress Award. She also recently drew notice for her roles as a kid caught between warring factions of toys in Small Soldiers, and she co-starred opposite Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro in Barry Levinson's political comedy Wag the Dog.

Her credits also include Jumanji with Robin Williams, Greedy with Kirk Douglas and Michael J. Fox, and Mother Night with Nick Nolte and Sheryl Lee. She also appeared in Bonfire of the Vanities and made an auspicious feature film debut at the age of five in New York Stories.

Other roles include "Devil's Arithmetic," an upcoming Showtime Original telefilm about the holocaust; a recurring character on "ER," portraying a teenage prostitute; ABC's anthology series "Gun,"; a memorable episode of "The Outer Limits," a guest-starring role on "Touched By An Angel"; the Disney television movie "Tower of Terror"; and the mini-series "Ruby Ridge."

She will next be seen in The Virgin Suicides based on the acclaimed Jeffrey Eugenides novel and also starring Danny DeVito, Kathleen Turner and James Woods; in Dick, starring with Michele Williams in the story of two girls who escape from a White House tour and meet Richard Nixon; and in The Crow: Salvation, the latest installment of the gothic cinematic comic book.


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