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MARIA BELLO (Amy) recently received a Golden Globe nomination and a Screen Actor's Guild nomination as Best Supporting Actress for her work in the critically hailed independent film The Cooler. She is well known for her role on "ER” as the passionate and headstrong pediatrician Dr. Anna Del Amico, for which she was honored by SAG as part of the show's ensemble. She made her television debut as a series regular opposite Scott Bakula in "Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” in which she notably performed many of her stunts, learning Moi Thai, a Taiwanese form of street fighting. She co-starred in Permanent Midnight with Ben Stiller and Elizabeth Hurley and opposite Mel Gibson in Payback. In 2000, she co-starred in Duets with Gwyneth Paltrow, Huey Lewis and Scott Speedman and in Coyote Ugly. Later that year she returned from China where she had filmed a special project China: The Panda Adventure, which was presented on the spectacular giant IMAX screen. Based on Ruth Harkness' autobiography Lady and the Panda, it is the true story of one woman's incredible struggle to survive in the mysterious Chinese jungle, her determination to fulfill her late husband's destiny and her efforts to protect one of the world's rarest animals. Upcoming for Bello is John Sayles' Silver City. 

In 2002, Bello co-starred with Greg Kinnear in the disturbing Auto Focus, based on the life of Bob Crane, the star of TV's "Hogan's Heroes.” Bello also filmed the dark comedy 100-Mile Rule. 

Bello's extensive theater credits include the world premiere of "The Killer Inside Me,” as well as "Smart Town Gals,” "Big Problems,” "A Lie of the Mind,” "His Pillow” and "Out of Gas on Lover's Leap,” "Big Talk” and "Talked Away.” 


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