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HEATHER GRAHAM (Jo) has delighted critics and audiences alike with her work in such films as "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me," opposite Mike Meyers; Frank Oz's Hollywood satire, "Bowfinger," which starred Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy; and Paul Thomas Anderson's ensemble drama "Boogie Nights," in which she portrayed adult film star Rollergirl. In 1999, Graham was honored by ShoWest as their "Female Star of Tomorrow."

  Graham will next star opposite Johnny Depp in the thriller "From Hell," directed by The Hughes Brothers, and which Twentieth Century Fox will release in 2001. Other projects this year include Chen Kaige's "Killing Me Softly," opposite Joseph Fiennes and Edward Burns's ensemble "Sidewalks of New York."

Early in her career, Graham earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for her supporting role as the doomed pill-popping Nadine in Gus Van Sant's "Drugstore Cowboy." Her other credits include starring with Gary Oldman and William Hurt in "Lost in Space," Fred Schepsi's "Six Degrees of Separation" opposite Donald Sutherland and Stockard Channing, Doug Lyman's "Swingers," and James Toback's "Two Girls and A Guy," which also starred Robert Downey, Jr. She also toplined "Committed," in which she played a young woman who travels cross-country to find the husband who abandoned her.

Graham co-starred in David Lynch's "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me," reprising her role of Annie Blackburn from Lynch's cult classic TV series. She also starred with Jessica Lange in the Hallmark Hall of Fame telefilm, "0 Pioneers."

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