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MICHELLE PFEIFFER (Eris) is a three-time Academy Award® nominee and one of today's most respected leading ladies. Pfeiffer gained her first Oscar® nomination for her work in "Dangerous Liaisons," for which she also won a BAFTA Award. She then earned both Oscar® and BAFTA Award nominations, and won a Golden Globe Award and several top critics awards, for her performance opposite Jeff and Beau Bridges in "The Fabulous Baker Boys," in which her sultry torch song atop a piano became an instant cinema classic. Pfeiffer again received Oscar® and Golden Globe nominations for her work in "Love Field." In addition, she has garnered Golden Globe nominations for "The Age of Innocence," "Frankie and Johnny," "The Russia House" and "Married to the Mob." This year, Pfeiffer was honored by her peers with a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for her role in "White Oleander."

Pfeiffer also recently earned praise for her performance in "I Am Sam," in which she starred with Sean Penn. In 2000, she starred opposite Harrison Ford in the hit summer thriller "What Lies Beneath."

Pfeiffer made her feature film debut with a starring role in "Hollywood Knights." She went on to gain attention for her leading role performance in "Grease 2," and then starred with Al Pacino in Brian De Palma's "Scarface." She later joined Cher and Susan Sarandon as "The Witches of Eastwick," opposite Jack Nicholson. Her additional credits include such diverse films as "Ladyhawke"; "Tequila Sunrise," with Mel Gibson; the blockbuster "Batman Returns"; "Wolf," which reunited her with Jack Nicholson; "Dangerous Minds"; "Up Close & Personal," opposite Robert Redford; "To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday"; "One Fine Day," opposite George Clooney; DreamWorks' animated epic "The Prince of Egypt"; "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; and "The Story of Us," with Bruce Willis.


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