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THE WICKER MAN

MOLLY PARKER (Sister Rose) currently stars as Alma Garret in the third season of HBO's Emmy nominated series "Deadwood.”

Following "The Wicker Man,” Parker will appear this year in "Hollywoodland,” a drama about the mysterious death of television's Superman, George Reeves, with Ben Affleck, Adrien Brody and Diane Lane; and with Lukas Haas and Adam Scott in Matt Bissonnette's independent feature "Who Loves the Sun,” a story about the rivalry between two reunited childhood friends who compete for the love of the same woman.

She most recently appeared in Rodrigo Garcia's "Nine Lives,” which topped numerous critics' best films of 2005 lists and garnered a Gotham Award for Best Ensemble Cast. Her other recent credits include Gillies MacKinnon's "Pure”; Wayne Wang's "Center of the World,” opposite Peter Sarsgaard, for which she earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Female Lead; the Golden Globe-nominated drama "Sunshine,” in which she co-starred with Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz; Keith Gordon's "Waking the Dead,” with Billy Crudup and Jennifer Connelly; Menno Meyjes' "Max,” co-starring John Cusack; and Michael Winterbottom's acclaimed "Wonderland.”

Parker's additional credits include Wiebke von Carolsfeld's "Marion Bridge,” for which she won a Genie Award for Best Supporting Actress; the comedy drama "Looking for Leonard,” which she both starred in and executive produced; the comedies "Men With Brooms” and "Last Wedding,” for which she received Genie Award nominations; "Rare Birds,” with William Hurt; Jeremy Podeswa's "The Five Senses,” with Mary-Louis Parker; and the Venice Film Festival entry "Suspicious River.” Parker made her feature film debut as an alluring necrophiliac in Lynne Stipkewich's stunning drama "Kissed,” for which she received a Genie Award for Best Actress.

Parker began a relationship with HBO when she appeared as Rabbi Ari on the award-winning series "Six Feet Under” and subsequently starred with Hilary Swank and Angelica Houston as a young suffragette in "Iron Jawed Angels.” Additional television credits include "Twitch City,” the Fox miniseries "Intensity” and the telefilm "Serving in Silence” with Glenn Close.

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