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ZOOEY DESCHANEL (Trish McMillan/Trillian) is one of Hollywood's most sought-after young actresses. Her recent films include the box-office smash hit "Elf ” opposite Will Ferrell and the indie film "Eulogy” with Debra Winger, Ray Romano and Hank Azaria.

In 2003, Zooey starred in "All the Real Girls” for director David Gordon Green for which she received a nomination for an Independent Spirit Award for lead actress. Zooey was also seen starring alongside Don Cheadle in the independent feature "Manic,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2002, audiences had the opportunity to see Zooey in three films. She co-starred with Katie Holmes and Benjamin Bratt in the thriller "Abandon.” Before that she received rave reviews for her performance opposite Jennifer Aniston in "The Good Girl,” and earlier in the year, she co-starred in Disney's ensemble film "Big Trouble” for director Barry Sonnenfeld along with Tim Allen and Rene Russo.

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.”

Zooey will next be seen starring in "Winter Passing” with Ed Harris and Will Ferrell and in "Flakes” opposite Aaron Stanford for director Michael Lehman.

Zooey is currently working on the animated feature "Surf's Up” with Shia LeBeouf.


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