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MILLA JOVOVICH (Dakota Burns) has established herself as one of Hollywood's most talented and sought-after actresses.

Jovovich began her career as a model, when, at age 11, she graced the covers of 15 international fashion magazines.

She made her feature film debut at age 12 in "Two Moon Junction," and followed with her first starring role in "Return to the Blue Lagoon." At 17, she co-starred opposite Robert Downey Jr. in Richard Attenborough's "Chaplin" as Mildred Harrris, Chaplin's first wife, and she was featured in Richard Linklater's "Dazed and Confused."

In 1994, Jovovich released her first album, "Milla: The Divine Comedy" on EMI Records. Her work as a songwriter, singer, and musician was hailed by MTV, Rolling Stone magazine, and other music industry giants. Jovovich was working on her second album when the opportunity to star in Luc Besson's "The Fifth Element" arose. Her starmaking performance opposite Bruce Willis and Gary Oldman received international acclaim and has made her one of the most bankable stars of her generation.

This summer, Jovovich will re-team with Luc Besson in the starring role of "Joan of Arc."

She lives in New York when she is not traveling around the globe continuing her successful acting, modeling, and music careers.


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