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FRANCES O'CONNOR (Monica Swinton) made her film debut in Emma-Kate Croghan's "Love and Other Catastrophes.”  Her performance earned her an AFI "Best Actress” Award nomination.  O'Connor made a major impression with audiences and critics alike in Bill Bennett's blackly comic road movie "Kiss or Kill.”  Her performance garnered her the Best Actress Award at the Montreal Film Festival, as well as the Australian Critics' Award.

O'Connor's television credits include the telefilm "Halifax: The Feeding,” the BBC adaptation of Flaubert's classic novel "Madame Bovary,” a performance which garnered her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture made for television.

O'Connor recently wrapped production on John Woo's "Windtalkers,” starring alongside Nicholas Cage, Christian Slater and Adam Beach.  Her other film credits include "Bedazzled,” with Brendan Fraser, "About Adam,” with Kate Hudson and Stuart Townsend, Patricia Rozema's critically acclaimed film "Mansfield Park,” "Cherie Nowlan's "Thank God He Met Lizzie,” with Cate Blanchett, and Peter Duncan's "A Little Bit of Soul,” with Geoffrey Rush.

On stage, O'Connor most recently starred in Peter Whelen's "The Herbal Bed” with the Melbourne Theater Company, and will begin rehearsals later this year in London for the role of Maggie in a West End production of Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” directed by Tony Award winner Anthony Page and co-starring Brendan Fraser.

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