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RADHA MITCHELL ( Kelly Shepard) is best known for her performances in "Pitch Black," "High Art," "Love & Other Catastrophes" as well as the Independent Spirit Award-winning film "Everything Put Together."

Mitchell is currently filming Miramax's "Neverland," directed by Marc Forster ("Monster's Ball"), in which she plays Johnny Depp's wife. The film is the true story of author James M. Barrie's creation of "Peter Pan." FilmColony and Key Light Entertainment will produce. Mitchell recently completed production in Australia on director Richard Franklin's ("Brilliant Lies") "Visitors." In that film, Mitchell stars as

Georgia Perry, the first woman to sail around the world by herself and due to her solitude, slowly lost her mind and believed she encountered "visitors" during her voyage. The film is being made by Bayside Pictures.

Her additional upcoming films include: Screen Gems' "Shearer's Breakfast" with Barry Watson, Josh Lukas and Kevin Anderson; the independent feature "I Fought the Law" opposite Kiefer Sutherland and Anthony LaPaglia; and "Nobody's Baby" with Gary Oldman and Skeet Ulrich, which premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival.

Last year, Mitchell had a starring role alongside Hank Azaria, Leelee Sobieski and Donald Sutherland in director Jon Avnet's four-hour miniseries about Jewish fighters in the Warsaw Ghetto, "Uprising."

Mitchell starred in the box-office hit "Pitch Black," opposite Vin Diesel and Cole Hauser. Her performance in "Everything Put Together," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2000, garnered her rave reviews. The film, which, Mitchell also produced along with Sean Furst for director Marc Forster, was nominated for a 2001 Independent Spirit Award for Best Feature Under $500,000.

Mitchell gave a memorable performance as Syd, the young editorial assistant who falls in love with Ally Sheedy's heroine addicted photographer character, in Lisa Choldenko's critically acclaimed drama "High Art." Her role in Emma-Kate Croghan's romantic comedy "Love and Other Catastrophes" was highly praised at both Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals. She can also be seen in "Cowboys and Angels," which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival, opposite Mia Kirshner and Adam Trese.

Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Mitchell began her acting career while still in high school. She began her career working in Australian television, then films. Her first film to appear at the Sundance Film Festival was "The Sleeping Beauties." She currently resides in Los Angeles.

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