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EMMA ROBERTS (Nancy Drew) has starred for the past three seasons as Addie Singer in the Nickelodeon hit comedy series "Unfabulous,” a role for which she received two 2004 Young Artist Award nominations, for Best Leading Young Actress in a TV Series and for Best Ensemble, as well as a 2005 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Breakout Performance and a 2007 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice nomination for Favorite TV Actress.

"Unfabulous,” which showcases Roberts' talents for comedy and singing, is currently one of the highest rated "tween shows” on television. Its premiere was one of the highest rated for a new show in Nickelodeon's history.

In March of this year, Roberts was named Female Star of Tomorrow at ShoWest. Roberts is also the new face of legendary handbag maker Dooney & Bourke, with a campaign running exclusively in Teen Vogue magazine.

The 16 year old has begun to make her mark in a short period of time. After her very first audition, Roberts booked the role of Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz's daughter in "Blow,” directed by the late Ted Demme. Soon after, she starred in the Sundance short film "BigLove,” directed by Leif Tilden and starring Sam Rockwell. She then went on to play one of the lead roles in the independent feature film "Grand Champion,” opposite Joey Lauren Adams and directed by Barry Tubb.

Roberts recently starred in the feature "Aquamarine,” directed by Elizabeth Allen and produced by Susan Cartsonis, and based on the Alice Hoffman novel. Her performance earned a 2007 Young Artist Award for Best Supporting Actress.

She has graced the covers of Teen Vogue, Elle Girl, Teen Magazine, YM, Sweet Sixteen and Girls' Life, and was profiled in Time, People, The New York Times and LIFE, among others, as the next big Teen Star.

Roberts' next starring role is "Wild Child,” from Universal and Working Title Films, in which she plays an out-of-control 16-year-old Malibu princess who is sent to a strict English boarding school by her father and embarks on a journey of self-discovery. "Wild Child” is from the creators of the hits "Four Weddings and a Funeral,” "Bridget Jones” and "Billy Elliot.”


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