ZOOEY DESCHANEL is swiftly emerging as
one of Hollywood's most sought after young actresses. Recently she
received critical acclaim for her performances in the film All the Real
Girls directed by David Gordon Green which premiered in January at the
Sundance Film Festival and for her role along side Don Cheadle in the
independent feature Manic, which premiered at the Sundance Film
Festival in 2001.
In 2002, audiences had the opportunity
to see Zooey in three films. She co-starred with Katie Holmes and Benjamin
Bratt in the Paramount thriller Abandon; she received
rave reviews for her performance opposite Jennifer Aniston in The Good Girl; and
she co-starred in Disney's ensemble film Big Trouble for director Barry
Sonnenfeld along with Tim Allen and Renee Russo.
Audiences have already witnessed her charismatic screen presence. She made
her feature film debut in 1999 in Lawrence Kasdan's ensemble film, Mumford
and then co-starred with Billy Crudup, Kate Hudson and Frances McDormand in
Cameron Crowe's critically acclaimed film, Almost Famous. Her theatre
background includes the role of Little Red Riding Hood in Interact Theatre
Company's production of "Into The Woods" for which she received
Next spring, audiences will
see her star in the independent film Eulogy with Debra Winger, Ray
Romano and Hank Azaria. She begins work on Winter Passing starring
opposite Ed Harris and Will Ferrell this October.
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