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LIFE AS A HOUSE

KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS plays Robin Kimball, George Monroe's ultra-successful ex wife who once shared his house and his dream. Scott Thomas previously received both Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations for her starring role opposite Ralph Fiennes in Anthony Minghella's Oscar-winning epic The English Patient.

Well-known to audiences in her native Britain and around the world, Scott Thomas most recently starred opposite Sean Penn in Phillip Haas' Up at the Villa. Other recent roles include starring opposite Harrison Ford in Sydney Pollack's Random Hearts. Her other film credits include The Horse Whisperer, in which she starred opposite and was directed by Robert Redford; Brian De Palma's Mission: Impossible, in which she played opposite Tom Cruise; Richard Loncraine's Richard III, starring Ian McKeIlen; Phillip Haas' Angels and Insects, for which she garnered the London Evening Standard Award for Best Actress; Mike Newell's Four Weddings and a Funeral, in which she starred opposite Hugh Grant (and for which she received awards including a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress); Roman Polanski's Bitter Moon, in which she first appeared with Hugh Grant; and Charles Sturridge's A Handful of Dust (for which she received the London Evening Standard Award as Best Newcomer). She will next be seen in Robert Altman's period drama Gos ford Park.

Scott Thomas speaks several languages and has appeared in a number of foreign language films, including Pierre Jolivet's Force Majeure, Marie-France Pisier's Le Bal du Gouverneur, Eric Rochant's Aux Yeux du Monde, Lucien Pintillie's Un Ete Inoubliable (which was filmed in Romania) and Carlo Cotti's Bille En Tete (which brought her awards from the Europacinema Festival and France's Carbourg Festival).

Her television credits include the U.K. miniseries "Body and Soul" (which earned her an award at the Chicago Film Festival), Gavin Millar's "La Belle Epoque" (from a screenplay by Francois Truffaut), Charles Sturridge's epic miniseries "Gulliver's Travels" and Jack Gold's telefilm adaptation of "The Tenth Man."

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