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JENNIFER CONNELLY (Maddy Bowen) won an Academy Award for her performance in Ron Howard's Oscar-winning Best Picture "A Beautiful Mind,” opposite Russell Crowe. For her portrayal of John Nash's loyal but longsuffering wife, Alicia, Connelly was also honored with Golden Globe, BAFTA, American Film Institute (AFI), and Critics' Choice Awards, as well as a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Connelly more recently received a Critics' Choice Award nomination for her work in the drama "House of Sand and Fog,” in which she starred with Ben Kingsley. She had previously earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for her unflinching portrait of a drug addict in Darren Aronofsky's "Requiem for a Dream.”

Connelly is currently in production on the independent feature "Reservation Road,” in which she stars with Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Ruffalo.

Her additional film credits include starring roles in such diverse films as the horror thriller "Dark Water”; Todd Field's "Little Children”; Ang Lee's actioner "The Hulk,” opposite Eric Bana; the widely acclaimed biopic "Pollock,” directed by and starring Ed Harris; Keith Gordon's thriller "Waking the Dead,” opposite Billy Crudup; Pat O'Connor's "Inventing the Abbotts,” with an ensemble cast that also included Crudup; Alex Proyas' mystery thriller "Dark City”; Lee Tamahori's 1950s-era crime drama "Mulholland Falls”; John Singleton's controversial film "Higher Learning”; the adventure film "The Rocketeer,” directed by Joe Johnston; "Some Girls,” for director Michael Hoffman; Jim Henson's fantasy adventure "Labyrinth”; and Sergio Leone's "Once Upon A Time in America,” which marked her feature film debut.

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