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JENNIFER CONNELLY (Kathy) is an Academy Award® winner who has proven her versatility in a wide range of feature film roles. In 2002, Connelly won an Oscar®, as well as Golden Globe, BAFTA, American Film Institute (AFI), and Broadcast Film Critics Choice Awards, for her portrayal of Alicia Nash in Ron Howard's Best Picture winner "A Beautiful Mind.” She was also honored by her peers with two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, one for her individual performance and a second for Outstanding Performance by a Cast, shared with her castmates in "A Beautiful Mind.” Connelly had previously earned an Independent Film Spirit Award nomination for her unflinching portrait of a drug addict in Darren Aronofsky's "Requiem for a Dream.”

Most recently, Connelly starred in Ang Lee's action adventure "The Hulk.” She also starred in the widely acclaimed biopic "Pollock,” directed by and starring Ed Harris, and opposite Billy Crudup in Keith Gordon's thriller "Waking the Dead.”

Connelly's earlier film credits include Pat O'Connor's "Inventing the Abbotts,” also with Billy Crudup; Alex Proyas' "Dark City”; Lee Tamahori's 1950s-era crime drama "Mulholland Falls”; John Singleton's controversial film "Higher Learning”; "The Rocketeer,” directed by Joe Johnston; "Some Girls,” for director Michael Hoffman; Jim Henson's fantasy adventure "Labyrinth”; and Sergio Leone's "Once Upon A Time in America,” which marked her feature film debut.


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