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KERRY WASHINGTON (Alicia Masters) had a key role in the Academy Award winning Ray, portraying Ray Charles' wife Della. Recently, she starred with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in "Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” released by Twentieth Century Fox.

Washington had the starring role in director Spike Lee's "She Hate Me.” She co-stars in director Sidney Lumet's HBO film "Strip Search,” which exposes the paranoia that has plagued America since 9/11. Washington co-stars in the independent film "Sexual Life,” a series of vignettes about people and their relationships.

In 2002, Washington was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for best actress in the film "Lift,” written and directed by Demane Davis and Khari Streeter. She had a key role in "Save the Last Dance,” winning a Teen Choice Award for best breakout performance.

Washington appeared in "Against the Ropes: The Jackie Kallen Story” starring Meg Ryan. She co-stars in "Sin,” opposite Gary Oldman and Ving Rhames, and in "United States of Leland” opposite Kevin Spacey and Ryan Gosling.

Other film credits include "The Human Stain” starring Nicole Kidman and Anthony Hopkins; and producer Jerry Bruckheimer's "Bad Company,” starring Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins, directed by Joel Schumacher. Prior to that, Washington starred in the highly acclaimed independent film, "Our Song,” playing a wise but conflicted teen.

During her free time, Washington is an active supporter of the Creative Coalition, a group dedicated to raising awareness of First Amendment Rights. She is also active in a new New York City-based program called Adopt-A-Classroom.


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