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FRIENDS WITH MONEY

CATHERINE KEENER plays Christine, a partner in a husband and wife writing team, whose relationships—both personal and professional—appear to be coming apart at the seams.

"Friends with Money” marks Keener's third collaboration with the film's writer/director Nicole Holofcener. She previously starred in Holofcener's "Walking and Talking,” and "Lovely and Amazing,” (2003) the latter of which earned her a Best Actress Independent Spirit Award Nomination.

Keener earned an Oscar nomination for her role in Spike Jonze's "Being John Malkovick” (2000). She worked with Jonze again in the film "Adaptation” in which she played herself. She has also made four films with writer/director Tom DiCillo; "Johnny Suede,” "Living In Oblivion,” "Box of Moonlight” and "The Real Blonde,” and two with Steven Soderbergh; "Full Frontal” and "Out of Sight.” Most recently, she was seen in the thriller "The Interpreter” and the comedy hit "The 40 Yerar Old Virgin” and as Harper Lee in "Capote.”

The Miami born Keener grew up in Hialeah, Florida, where she attended a Catholic high school. She graduated from Wheaton in Norton, Massachusetts in 1983 and began acting in films a few years later. Her other screen credits include "The Ballad of Jack and Rose,” "Sympathies,” "Death to Smoochy,” "S1m0ne” and "Your Friends and Neighbors.”

For television, Keener starred in the critically acclaimed anthology "If These Walls Could Talk” for HBO, and made a memorable guest appearance as the artist who painted ‘The Kramer” in an episode of "Seinfeld.” On stage, she starred opposite Edward Norton in the Signature Theatre Company's critically lauded 2003 off- Broadway revival of Lanford Wilson's "Burn This.”

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