Hollywood has certainly witnessed a meteoric rise for the young and talented CARLA GUGINO (T.K./Massie Walsh). Her most recent work includes performances in two very different films: Robert Rodriguez's latest project, the blockbuster hit "Spy Kids" for Miramax Films opposite Antonio Banderas, and the Wayne Wang art house film "The Center of the World" opposite Molly Parker and Peter Sarsgaard.
Gugino will next be seen in Sebastian Gutierrez's "Mermaid Chronicles Part 1: She Creature" opposite Rufus Sewell for Cinemax, as well as Frank Whaley's film "The Jimmy Show" opposite Whaley and Ethan Hawke, which premiered at this year's Toronto Film Festival and will be released later this year. Gugino will reprise her role as 'Ingrid Cortez' opposite Antonio Banderas in Robert Rodriguez's "Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams," to be released next August.
She has starred opposite Academy AwardÂ® winner Nicolas Cage in "Snake Eyes" for Paramount Pictures, directed by Brian
DePalma, and has starred and served as a producer on the independent film "Judas Kiss" opposite another Academy AwardÂ® winner, Emma Thompson. Gugino starred with Michael J. Fox on the ABC comedy "Spin City," in Disney's "The War at Home" with Martin Sheen, Kathy Bates and Emilio
Estevez, and in New Line's "Michael," opposite John Travolta and William Hurt. Gugino was also seen portraying a neurosurgeon on the critically acclaimed David E. Kelley drama
"Chicago Hope" and in the CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "A Season for Miracles," starring opposite Kathy Baker, Laura Dern and Lynn
Gugino received rave reviews for her remarkable performance as a young American girl who finds her way into aristocratic British society in the BBC/PBS miniseries "The Buccaneers," based on the Edith Wharton novel. Her additional credits include "Miami Rhapsody" opposite Sarah Jessica Parker, "This Boy's Life" with Robert De Niro and Leonardo
DiCaprio, and "Son-in-Law" opposite Pauly Shore. Additionally, she has appeared in the films "Jaded," "Lovelife," HBO's "A Private Matter" opposite Aidan Quinn and Sissy
Spacek, Showtime's "The Motorcycle Gang" and "Troop Beverly Hills" with
Shelley Long and Craig T. Nelson, her first feature film.
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