KATE BOSWORTH (Anne
Marie) captured Hollywood's attention with her
role as Judith, the ill-fated best friend of the scarred young girl in Robert Redford's
critically acclaimed The Horse Whisperer. It was her athletic abilities as an equestrian,
revealed in that film, which she drew upon to land her the role as surfer Anne Marie in
John Stockwell's Blue
The champion equestrian
actually began her acting career on a whim at 14 and later appeared in the
television teen drama Young Americans. Before that she acted in a
community theater production of Annie and performed as a singer in
California county fairs.
But it was her novel
approach that caught casting directors' attention when she submitted a
Christmas card photo in lieu of a professional headshot for the role of Judith
in The Horse Whisperer. In the 1998 romantic drama, she is credited as
After production, she
returned to her non-acting life, attending high school and pursuing various
athletic endeavors for 18 months to insure that work would not be the main focus
of the remaining years of her childhood. In 2000, she was featured as the bratty
sister of the protagonist in the independent children's film The Newcomers.
She made her television debut as a series regular in the Young Americans.
She played a well-adjusted small town girl of unknown parentage.
She returned to films,
appearing as Emma in Remember The Titans, co-starring
Denzel Washington. She can be seen in the
upcoming The Rules of Attraction based
on Bret Easton Ellis's book.
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