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RHONA MITRA has proven herself as an exceptional actress in film both television. This Spring, Mitra will appear in Paramount Pictures' Shooter opposite Mark Wahlberg and directed by Antoine Fuqua. The film centers around an ace marksman (Wahlberg) who is double-crossed and framed for a presidential assassination he was trying to prevent. He is forced to go on the run while trying to track down the real killer and find out who betrayed him. Mitra will play Lourdes, an FBI agent tracking Wahlberg's character. Mitra has also wrapped production on the Lions Gate thriller Skinwalkers. 

Mitra is in pre-production to star in Doomsday for Rogue Pictures. This film is a futuristic action thriller written and to be directed by Neil Marshall. The story is set 30 years after a deadly plague known as the "Reaper Virus” tore through a major country, leading to the country's walling off. Mitra plays the leader of the elite group sent by the government investigating the possibility of a cure.

Rhona Mitra was last seen on the award winning series "Nip/Tuck.” Mitra joined the series as New York detective ‘Kit McGraw' sent to find the serial mutilator known only as "The Carver.” The premiere episode garnered rave reviews and received the highest ratings among adults 18-49 of any series on FX.

After the success of her break-out role as "Tara Wilson” on the final season of "The Practice,” David E. Kelley asked her to continue the role as the sexy attorney on ABC's "Boston Legal.” The impressive ensemble cast includes James Spader, Candice Bergen, William Shatner and Monica Potter. 

On the big screen, her film credits include Universal Pictures' The Life of David Gale opposite Kevin Spacey, Highwaymen opposite Jim Caviezel, Sweet Home Alabama with Reese Witherspoon, Working Title's Ali G in Da House, Hollowman, and Get Carter.

Mitra all starred opposite Goran Visnjic in USA Network's epic miniseries "Spartacus.” She has also appeared in the television series "Gideon's Crossing” and "Party of Five” as well as the BBC miniseries "The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous.” Mitra currently resides in Los Angeles.

Lynn Collins began her wide-ranging career by attending the famed Julliard School of Drama in New York City, leading to prestigious stage roles in productions of "The Merchant of Venice,” "Hamlet” and "Romeo and Juliet” (the latter directed by Sir Peter Hall at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles). 

The Texas-born actress made her television debut in an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” in 1999, following with roles in episodes of "Push, Nevada,” "The Education of Max Bickford” and "Haunted.” She moved into features by appearing in such films as Down With Love, 50 First Dates, 13 Going on 30 and Return to Rajapur before starring as ‘Portia' in the 2004 film version of The Merchant of Venice (opposite Al Pacino). Most recently she appeared in the films Bug, The Dog Problem and The Lake House. She recently wrapped production on Life in Flight opposite Patrick Wilson and will next be seen in the film Numb opposite Matthew Perry which will be screened at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.

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