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MARIA BELLO is nominated for a 2006 Golden Globe for her role opposite Viggo Mortensen and Ed Harris in David Cronenberg's A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE. She received Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations for her performance in THE COOLER opposite William H. Macy, Alec Baldwin and Ron Livingston. She recently completed filming the Fox 2000 feature MY FRIEND FLICKA with Tim McGraw and Alison Lohman for director Michael Mayer and will soon be seen in Oliver Stone's 9/11.

Other recent projects for Bello include the Sony thriller SECRET WINDOW with Johnny Depp and John Turturro, the John Sayles' film SILVER CITY co-starring Chris Cooper, Richard Dreyfuss and Thora Birch, and the Focus Features film ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 opposite Ethan Hawke, Laurence Fishbourne and John Leguizamo.

Bello starred in THE SISTERS, based on the Chekov play "Three Sisters” directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman, which co-starred Erika Christensen, Mary Stuart Masterson and Chris O'Donnell. Subsequently she joined Sean Bean in the powerful thriller THE DARK. In October of 2002, she co-starred in the feature AUTO FOCUS opposite Greg Kinnear and in the dark comedy 100 MILE RULE.

Bello's additional feature film credits include co-starring roles opposite Ben Stiller and Elizabeth Hurley in PERMANENT MIDNIGHT and opposite Mel Gibson in Paramount's PAYBACK. In 2000 she co-starred in the film DUETS with Gwyneth Paltrow, Huey Lewis and Scott Speedman. She also starred in Jerry Bruckheimer's highly anticipated COYOTE UGLY and in the IMAX® film CHINA: THE PANDA ADVENTURE.

Bello won a Screen Actors Guild Award for her leading role on "ER” as the passionate and headstrong pediatrician Dr. Anna Del Amico. She made her television debut as a series regular opposite Scott Bakula in the spy adventure series "Mr. and Mrs. Smith.”

Bello's extensive theatre credits include the world premiere of "The Killer Inside Me” as well as "Smart Town Gals” at the Currican Theatre, "Big Problems” at the Theatre for New City, "Urban Planning” at the Theatre del Barrio, "A Lie of the Mind” at Columbia University, "His Pillow” and "Out of Gas on Lover's Leap” at T. Schreiber Studios, "Big Talk” at the Double Image Theatre, "Talked Away” at the West End Gate.

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