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FAMKE JANSSEN (Jean Grey) returns as one of the planet's most powerful telepaths and telekinetics, second only to Prof. Xavier.

Janssen starred with Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson in Betty Thomas' "I Spy," based on the successful 1960s TV series. She stars with Ray Romano in the upcoming independent film "Eulogy."

Initially known as the lasciviously lethal assassin, Xenia Onatop, in the James Bond megahit "GoldenEye," Janssen received critical acclaim for her star making performance opposite Jon Favreau in the romantic comedy "Love and Sex," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

She appeared in Gary Fleder's "Don't Say a Word," with Michael Douglas, "Rounders," opposite Matt Damon, John Turturro and John Malkovich, Woody Allen's "Celebrity," with Winona Ryder, Kenneth Branagh and Leonardo DiCaprio, and "House on Haunted Hill," opposite Geoffrey Rush.

Her film credits also include Ted Demme's "Monument Avenue," Robert Rodriguez' "The Faculty," Stephen Sommers' "Deep Rising," Robert Altman's "The Gingerbread Man," John Irvin's "City of Industry," Clive Barker's "Lord of Illusions," and Paul Mones' "Fathers and Sons," which marked her feature film debut.

Born in Holland, Janssen moved to the United States where she has made her home for the last twelve years. She majored in writing and literature at Columbia University and studied stage craft with Harold Guskin.


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