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ANNE HATHAWAY is a familiar face to millions of moviegoers thanks to her breakout, leading role in Garry Marshall's 2001 hit "The Princess Diaries.” Starring as a high school girl who finds out she is the princess of a small country, Hathaway was able prove her comedic timing opposite Julie Andrews. She went on to be named one of People Magazine's Breakthrough Stars of 2001 and was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Best Actress/Comedy. She will reprise her role in "Princess Diaries 2.” Hathaway went on to appear in Douglas McGrath's acclaimed "Nicholas Nickleby” and will also star in Barbara Kopple's "Havoc.”

Born in Brooklyn, Anne was the first and only teenager admitted to the acting program at the award-winning The Barrow Group in New York City. She is also a talented soprano and, just three days before being cast in the television series "Get Real,” had the privilege of performing in two concerts at famed Carnegie Hall as a member of the All- Eastern U.S. High School Honours Chorus.

For theatre, Hathaway also studied at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey and at the inaugural pre-college summer program at the Collaborative Arts Project, CAP 21, which is affiliated with New York University. She most recently garnered the Clarence Derwent Award for her performance as Lili in "Carnival.”


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