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TRUST THE MAN

MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL (Elaine) After receiving rave reviews out of the 2002 Sundance competition for her starring role opposite James Spader in SECRETARY, Maggie Gyllenhaal went on to receive a Golden Globe nomination for "Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical,” an Independent Spirit Award nomination for "Best Actress,” a Chicago Film Critics' Award for "Most Promising Performer,” A Boston Film Critics' Award for "Best Actress,” a National Board of Review Award for "Breakthrough Performance” and an IFP/ Gotham "Breakthrough Performance” Award. She was also nominated for a 2006 Independent Spirit Award for her role in Don Roos' HAPPY ENDINGS, opposite Lisa Kudrow and Tom Arnold. She will next be seen in Oliver Stone's WORLD TRADE CENTER with Maria Bello and Nicholas Cage as well as the 2006 Sundance hit SHERRYBABY, in which Maggie plays a female convict struggling to overcome her drug addiction and regain custody of her daughter. In November, she stars in Marc Forster's STRANGER THAN FICTION with Will Ferrell, Dustin Hoffman, Queen Latifah and Emma Thompson. In the past few years, she appeared in John Sayles' CASA DE LOS BABYS with Daryl Hannah and Lily Taylor and Mike Newell's MONA LISA SMILE in which Maggie co-starred with Julia Roberts, Julia Stiles and Kirsten Dunst. She was also seen in CRIMINAL with Diego Luna and John C. Reilly as well as Spike Jonze's ADAPTATION.

Gyllenhaal made her feature film debut in 1992, alongside Jeremy Irons and Ethan Hawke in WATERLAND. This was followed by a memorable performance as "Raven,” the Satan-worshipping make-up artist in John Waters' quirky Hollywood satire, CECIL B. DEMENTED, which led her to a co-starring role in DONIE DARKO, a fantasy-thriller about disturbed adolescence. Also accomplished on stage, Gyllenhaal starred as "Alice” in Patrick Marber's award-winning "Closer” at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles for director Robert Egan, and previously at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre. In 2004, Maggie starred in Tony Kushner's play, "Homebody/Kabul,” which ran in both Los Angeles and at B.A.M. Gyllenhaal is a 1999 graduate of Columbia University where she studied Literature.

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