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CATHERINE ZETA-JONES earned a Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal as the wife of a drug-runner who is confronted with her husband's illegal ties, and must fight to save her family in Steven Soderbergh's Traffic. The cast of the critically praised film received a SAG Award for "Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture.” 

Zeta-Jones will next star opposite George Clooney in the Coen brothers' Intolerable Cruelty, playing a gold-digging Beverly Hills divorcee. 

Zeta-Jones recently starred as a diva movie star in Sony's blockbuster comedy, America's Sweethearts. The film, directed by Joe Roth, also starred Billy Crystal, Julia Roberts and John Cusack. 

Zeta-Jones captured international recognition in the Columbia/Tri-Star action adventure film, The Mask of Zorro, where she starred opposite Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins. The movie, directed by Martin Campbell, opened to strong reviews and went on to become one of the year's biggest box-offices hits. In 1999, she continued to wow audiences in the 20th Century Fox romantic-thriller Entrapment, starring opposite screen legend Sean Connery as an under-cover insurance investigator who sets out to trap one of the world's greatest art thieves. The film was directed by Jon Amiel. 

Born in Wales, Zeta-Jones starred in the West End production of "42nd Street” before landing a starring role in the hit Yorkshire Television series, "The Darling Buds of May,” based on the novels of H.E. Bates. 

Zeta-Jones is married to actor Michael Douglas. They divide their time between New York and Los Angeles with their son Dylan Michael Douglas.

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