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JANE KRAKOWSKI (Giselle) recently starred as Miss Adelaide in London's West End hit revival of "Guys & Dolls” with Ewan McGregor. On film, she last appeared in Pretty Persuasion starring Evan Rachel Wood and James Woods, and co-starred opposite Jude Law in the remake of Alfie for director Charles Shyer. For television, she most recently starred in NBC's musical remake of Charles Dickens' classic, "A Christmas Carol," in which she played The Ghost of Christmas Past starring with Kelsey Grammer as Scrooge.

Krakowski is the winner of the 2003 Tony Award for Featured Actress in a Musical for her stunning, sultry portrayal of Carla in the Broadway musical "NINE" co-starring Antonio Banderas, Mary Stuart Masterson and Chita Rivera. Her performance also earned her the Drama Desk Award and the Outer Critic's Award.

A Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominee for "Grand Hotel," Krakowski has also starred in the Broadway productions of "Company," "Once Upon a Mattress," "Tartuffe" and "Starlight Express." In Los Angeles, she starred at the Mark Taper Forum in "Henceforward," winning the Los Angeles Drama Critics and the Dramalogue Awards. She also starred as Mabel in Broadway's Reprise series presentation of "Mack & Mabel.”

Krakowski received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Elaine on "Ally McBeal." More recently, she starred in the Lifetime movie "Mom at Sixteen.” Additional television credits include a guest starring role on "Law & Order: SVU” and a recurring role in the acclaimed WB series "Everwood.” She also starred in Alex Haley's "Queen" and the ABC Family original telefilm, "Just a Walk in the Park."

Other film credits include When Zachary Beaver Came to Town, which was a success at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival, Marci X, The Flintstones: Viva Rock Vegas as Betty Rubble, the critically-acclaimed Go, Dance with Me, Mrs. Winterbourne, Stepping Out, Fatal Attraction and National Lampoon's Vacation. In addition to singing on several original Broadway cast recordings, she recorded the single track "You" with A/C hitman Jim Brickman on his recent album "Love Songs & Lullabies."

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