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MOON BLOODGOOD appeared with Ashton Kutcher in Disney's 2005 release "A Lot Like Love.” She made her movie debut in DreamWorks' "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton.” Moon was writing songs with Paul Anka and on her way to becoming a singer/songwriter until two years ago, when she was asked to audition for NBC's "Just Shoot Me.” Her audition was successful, and she has since worked on "CSI” and "Monk” and on the pilots "Hollywood Division,” directed by James Foley for Fox, and "Rocky Point,” directed by John Stockwell for Warner Bros. She recently completed production on Phoenix Pictures' feature "Pathfinder,” with Karl Urban, for director Marcus Nispel. Moon, whose mother is South Korean and father is American, began her career as a professional dancer. Her exposure as a Los Angeles Laker Girl and her love of hip-hop resulted in her performing with Prince, Brandi and the rock band Offspring. A trip to New York resulted in her modeling for cosmetic giants Revlon, Clairol and Avon, and she went on to endorse Adidas and Nike Woman in their campaigns.


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