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LICENSE TO WED

MANDY MOORE (Sadie Jones) is a multi-talented performer who has already achieved much success as an actress and as a recording artist. Moore counts "License to Wed” as her second of three feature films to be released this year and, in June, will release her fifth record album.

Moore most recently starred opposite Diane Keaton in "Because I Said So,” under the direction of Michael Lehmann. This August, Moore will star in Justin Theroux's "Dedication,” with Billy Crudup, Tom Wilkinson and Bob Balaban. The film premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Last year, Moore appeared in Richard Kelly's "Southland Tales,” which premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, and stars Dwayne "The Rock” Johnson, Seann William Scott and Sarah Michelle Gellar.

In Brian Dannelly's sardonic 2004 comedy "Saved!,” Moore's performance as the seemingly perfect Christian girl Hilary Faye garnered much critical acclaim. The film also starred Jena Malone, Macaulay Culkin and Patrick Fugit.

Moore's additional film credits include Paul Weitz's "American Dreamz,” opposite Hugh Grant, Willem Dafoe, Jennifer Coolidge, Chris Klein, Judy Greer and Dennis Quaid; John Turturro's musical "Romance and Cigarettes,” with James Gandolfini, Susan Sarandon, Kate Winslet and Mary-Louise Parker; Andy Cadiff's "Chasing Liberty”; and Clare Kilner's "How to Deal.” She also lent her voice talents in the live action/CGI animation family film "Racing Stripes.” In 2002, Moore starred opposite Shane West in Adam Shankman's romantic drama "A Walk to Remember,” for which she won an MTV Movie Award for "Breakthrough Female Performance,” and performed four songs featured on the film's soundtrack.

Moore made her feature film debut playing a haughty high school cheerleader in Garry Marshall's hit family comedy "The Princess Diaries,” also starring Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway and Hector Elizondo.

On television, Moore has made appearances in NBC's popular comedy "Scrubs” and the HBO hit series "Entourage.”

Moore's new record album, "Wild Hope,” showcases her first foray into songwriting. All of the songs on the album were co-written by Moore in collaboration with such acclaimed singer-songwriters as Lori McKenna, Rachael Yamagata and The Weepies. "Wild Hope” will be released on June 19.

Her debut album, "So Real,” went platinum after only three months on the charts, and includes the top ten single "Candy.” Moore's second album, "I Wanna Be With You,” was released in May 2000 and also went platinum. Her self-titled third album, another major seller, featured the hit single "Cry.” Her fourth album, "Coverage,” was released in October 2003 and featured a collection of classic songs by such artists as Elton John, Joan Armatrading, Todd Rundgren and Cat Stevens.

Beyond film, television and music, Moore has an exclusive line of contemporary tees and dresses based on original concepts and designs called MBLEM.

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