SANDRA BULLOCK's (Sally Owens) motion picture breakthrough
came with the 1994 blockbuster "Speed," following acclaimed
performances in several motion pictures. Her portrayal as the
unwilling bus driver Annie led to a string of starring roles.
Her next three feature films-"While You Were Sleeping,"
"The Net" and "A Time to Kill"-were critical
and popular successes.
Bullock has received numerous awards and nominations for her work,
including: two Blockbuster Entertainment Awards and two MTV Movie
Awards for her role in "Speed"; a Golden Globe nomination,
an American Comedy Awards nomination, two People's Choice Awards
and two Blockbuster Entertainment Awards for her role in "While
You Were Sleeping"; and a People's Choice Award and a Blockbuster
Entertainment Award for her role in "A Time To Kill."
In 1996, Bullock was voted NATO/Sho West "Female Star of
Bullock debuted as a writer/director with the short film "Making
Sandwiches," in which she also starred with Matthew McConaughey.
The short premiered at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. Bullock
marked her feature film producing debut with "Hope Floats,"
directed by Forest Whitaker and starring Bullock, Harry Connick,
Jr. and Gena Rowlands. "Practical Magic" is a Di Novi
Pictures production in association with Bullock's company, Fortis
Films. Bullock next stars opposite Ben Affleck in the comedy "Forces
of Nature" and will be heard as the voice of Miriam in the
upcoming animated feature "Prince of Egypt."
Her additional feature film credits include "Wrestling Ernest
Hemingway," "The Thing Called Love," "The
Vanishing," "Demolition Man" and "Two If By
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