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GWYNETH PALTROW will shortly begin work portraying poet Sylvia Plath in a film for Focus Features. She will next be seen on-screen in Bruno Barreto's "View from the Top," due out this winter.

Her other film credits include Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums," Peter and Bobby Farrelly's "Shallow Hal," Jennifer Jason Leigh and Alan Cumming's "The Anniversary Party," Don Roos' "Bounce," Bruce Paltrow's "Duets," Anthony Minghella's "The Talented Mr. Ripley," and John Madden's "Shakespeare in Love." For her role as Viola de Lesseps in the latter film, she received the Screen Actors Guild, Golden Globe, and Academy Award for Best Actress.

Paltrow's previous films also include Andrew Davis' "A Perfect Murder," Peter Howitt's "Sliding Doors," Alfonso Cuar6n's "Great Expectations," Doug McGrath's "Emma" (which also starred Possession costar Jeremy Northam), Matt Reeves' "The Pallbearer," David Fincher's "Seven," David Anspaugh's "Moonlight and Valentino," James Ivory's "Jefferson in Paris," Alan Rudolph's "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle," Steve Kloves' "Flesh and Bone," Steven Spielberg's "Hook," and Jeffrey Hornaday's "Shout."

In the summer of 1999, she received rave reviews for her performance as Rosalind in a sold-out run of the Williamstown (Massachusetts) Theater Festival's production of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It."

In the spring of 2002, Paltrow returned to the stage and again garnered critical acclaim, this time on the other side of the Atlantic, in the first U.K. staging of David Auburn's Pulitzer Prize-winning "Proof."


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