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THE GOLDEN COMPASS

EVA GREEN made her film debut in Oscar®-winning director Bernardo Bertolucci's critically acclaimed The Dreamers, a triangular love story set against the Paris riots of 1968, starring opposite Michael Pitt and Louis Garrel. 

Born in Paris, Green studied at the St. Paul Drama School. This was followed by a course at the London Weber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. 

She began her acting career on stage, appearing in 2001 in two plays: "Turceret” directed by Gerard Descartes, and "Jalousie En Trois Fax” directed by Didier Long. The latter was highly acclaimed and earned her a nomination for Les Molieres, France's most prestigious theatre award, in the category of Best Female Newcomer. 

In 2004, she starred alongside Kristin Scott Thomas and Romain Duris in Jean-Paul Salome's French-language film Arsène Lupin and, in 2005, she made her Hollywood film debut as the female lead in Ridley's Scott's Crusades epic Kingdom of Heaven with Orlando Bloom and Liam Neeson. 

She most recently starred opposite her co-star from The Golden Compass, Daniel Craig, in Casino Royale, in which she played Treasury officer Vesper Lynd. She recently completed filming Franklyn, directed by Gerald McMorrow, which is set in futuristic London.

Green was presented with the Rising Star Award from BAFTA in 2007, following her performance in Casino Royale.

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