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Born in the northern Polish town of Bialystok, IZABELLA SCORUPCO (Alex Jensen) moved to Sweden with her mother as a young child. She studied drama and music and at 17 was discovered by a Swedish film director, who cast her in the movie "No One Can Love Like Us," which made her a local teenage idol.

She then became a successful model in Sweden and throughout Europe, where she made good use of her fluency in four languages. In 1989, Scorupco displayed another facet of her talents, launching her career as a pop singer with her first single, "Substitute." The single and subsequent album, "IZA," both went gold and she followed with another hit single, "Shame, Shame," which she recorded in 1991.

Returning to acting in 1994, she immediately won the lead role in the Swedish film "Petri Tears." Scorupco starred as a woman who lives her life as a man in the medieval drama, which was released in August 1995. Most recognized for her role as Natalya Siminova, a "Bond Girl," in "Goldeneye," Scorupco was seen recently in Columbia TriStar's "The Vertical Limit," alongside Chris O'Donnell.


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