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SUSAN SARANDON (Adele August) most recently starred in "Illuminata," directed by John Turturro. Prior to that, she appeared in HBO's "Earthy Possessions." She can next be seen in Tim Robbins' ensemble film "Cradle Will Rock" and Stanley Tucci's "Joe Gould's Secret."

At a breakneck pace, Sarandon continues to defy every convention bestowed upon actresses. By breaking the mold and bringing her own brand of sex appeal and intelligence to each and every role - from her fearless portrayal in "Bull Durham" (1988) to her Oscar-nominated performances in "Thelma & Louise" (1991), "Lorenzo's Oil" (1992) and "The Client" (1994), and her Academy and SAG Award-winning role as Sister Helen Prejean, a nun consoling a death-row inmate in "Dead Man Walking" - Sarandon has redefined what it means to be a movie star.

Sarandon made her acting debut in the movie "Joe." The following year she played a continuing role in the drama "A World Apart." Her early film credits include "The Great Waldo Pepper," "Lovin' Molly," "The Front Page," and in 1975, the cult classic film "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." In 1978, she played Brooke Shields' mother in Louis Malle's controversial "Pretty Baby" and then received her first Oscar nomination for Best Actress in another Louis Malle film, "Atlantic City." Sarandon's other films credits include "King of the Gypsies," "The Hunger," "Sweet Hearts Dance," "Compromising Positions," "The January Man," "White Palace," "The Buddy System," "A Dry White Season," "The Witches of Eastwick," "Bob Roberts," "Light Sleeper," "Little Women," "Safe Passage," "Twilight" and "Stepmom." On Broadway, Sarandon appeared in "An Evening with Richard Nixon," and was critically lauded for her performances off-Broadway in "A Coupla White Chicks Sittin' Around Talkin" and "Extremities."

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