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MINNIE DRIVER first came to the attention of audiences and critics alike with her starring performance in "Circle of Friends." In 1998, she starred opposite Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Robin Williams in Miramax's critically acclaimed hit "Good Will Hunting," directed by Gus Van Sant and produced by Lawrence Bender. Her performance earned her both Academy Award and Screen Actors Guild nominations for Best Supporting Actress. She was also recently honored with the ShoWest Award as Female Star of Tomorrow.

Driver will soon be seen in the feature "At Sachem Farm" with Nigel Hawthorne and Rufus Sewell. In addition to starring, she is executive producing under the banner of Two Drivers, the production company she heads with her sister Kate Driver. "At Sachem Farm" is written and directed by John Huddles. She is also in production on "Slow Burn," an independent suspense thriller directed by Christian Ford.

In 1997, Driver received accolades for her performance opposite John Cusack in the critically praised dark comedy "Grosse Pointe Blank," directed by George Armitage. In 1996, she co-starred in "Sleepers" directed by Barry Levinson and starring Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman; and in "Big Night" for director Stanley Tucci, starring Ian Holm. Her additional film credits include the James Bond thriller "Goldeneye," "That Sunday," "Zebra Man," "God on the Rocks," "Hard Rain," and "The Governess."

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