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A talented and captivating performer, KELLY PRESTON (Jane Aubrey) has performed in a broad range of motion pictures, portraying roles in such diverse films as Jerry Maguire, Citizen Ruth and Twins. Her dynamic and compelling performances have proven her to be one of the most sought-after actors of our generation.

Preston was born and raised in Hawaii. As a result of her father's position with an agricultural firm, the family moved first to Iraq for one year and then to Australia for two years. It was while she was a teenager in Hawaii that Preston appeared in television commercials and began to develop an interest in an acting career.

Upon graduating from high school, Preston relocated to Los Angeles and enrolled at the University of Southern California where she studied drama and theater. She eventually transferred to the University of California at Los Angeles where she decided to pursue acting seriously. She would soon win her very first audition.

Preston made her feature film debut with a well-received role in the hit motion picture comedy, Twins, opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. Her additional film credits include Only You, Run, The Perfect Bride, The Experts, Spellbinder, Space Camp, 52 Pick-Up, Secret Admirer and Mischief. Preston also starred in the Academy Award-nominated short Little Surprises, directed by Jeff Goldblum.

Preston received rave reviews opposite Tom Cruise in the box office hit Jerry Maguire as Avery, Maguire's ambitious and aggressive fiancee. The picture was written and directed by Cameron Crowe. She was also seen in a pivotal role in the critically-acclaimed motion picture Citizen Ruth. She starred in Addicted to Love, co-starring Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick and the comedy Nothing to Lose, opposite Tim Robbins and Martin Lawrence.

Other film credits include Holy Man, opposite Eddie Murphy and Jeff Goldblum and Frost with Michael Keaton. She recently completed production on Daddy and Them for director Billy Bob Thornton, and shot a cameo role for director Roger Christian's Battlefield Earth.

On television, Preston starred in Arthur Miller's The American Clock for TNT. She has also been featured in numerous other television programs, including both daytime and prime time drama series.

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