ANNA PAQUIN (Polexia) became one of the youngest Oscar winners in cinema history when she won a Best Supporting Actress Academy
Award at the age of 11 for her feature film debut performance in Jane Campion's acclaimed movie "The Piano."
She most recently starred as Rogue, one of the title characters in the summer blockbuster "X-Men," which enjoyed a record-breaking opening weekend at the box office. Her additional film work includes a broad range of roles in such films as Tony Goldwyn's "A Walk on the Moon," the romantic comedy "She's All That," the ensemble drama
" It's the Rage," the contemporary comedy/drama "Hurlyburly," Steven Spielberg's historical courtroom drama
"Amistad," Carroll Ballard's adventure "Fly Away Home," and Franco Zeffirelli's "Jane Eyre," based on Charlotte Bronte's classic novel. Paquin next stars in Gus Van Sant's "Finding Forester," with Sean Connery and F. Murray Abraham.
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