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KIRSTEN DUNST was most recently seen in the Universal comedy, "Bring It On," which opened number one at the box office, and Sophia Coppola's critically acclaimed directorial debut, "The Virgin Suicides" with James Woods and Kathleen Turner. She is set to star in the much anticipated "Spiderman" opposite Tobey Maguire and Willem Dafoe to be released in 2002.

In 1999 alone, Dunst starred in several projects including New Line Cinema's "Drop Dead Gorgeous"; Columbia Pictures' "Dick"; and Showtime's "Devil's Arithmetic," produced by Dustin Hoffman and Mimi Rogers.

Dunst earned rave reviews and awards for her performance in "Interview with the Vampire," including a Golden Globe nomination, the Blockbuster Video Award for "Best Supporting Newcomer," an MTV award for "Best Breakthrough Artist" and the Saturn Award for "Best Young Actress."

Other feature film credits include "Little Women" with Susan Sarandon and Winona Ryder; "Jumanji" with Robin Williams; "Mother Night" with Nick Nolte; the Golden Globe-nominated Barry Levinson film "Wag The Dog" starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro; and "Small Soldiers" with the late Phil Hartman.

In addition to a critically acclaimed recurring role on the hit television drama "ER," she starred in Showtime's "The Outer Limits," the telefilm "Ruby Ridge: An American Tragedy," the Wonderful World of Disney telefilm "Tower of Terror" and Lifetime Television's telefilm, "15 and Pregnant," which was the second highest rated movie-of-the-week to air on the network.

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