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DREW BARRYMORE (Billie Offer) has been a favorite of film audiences for more than two decades. Behind the camera, she is also enjoying success as a producer under her own Flower Films banner, most notably with the two hit "Charlie's Angels” actioners. In addition to producing the films, Barrymore joined Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu to star in both "Charlie's Angels” and "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle,” which, together, grossed more than half a billion dollars worldwide.

She has also earned praise from both critics and audiences for her performances in a wide range of comedies, most recently including the romantic comedies "Music and Lyrics,” opposite Hugh Grant; "Fever Pitch,” in which she starred with Jimmy Fallon under the direction of the Farrelly brothers, and "50 First Dates,” opposite Adam Sandler. In addition, Barrymore starred in the dark comedy "Duplex,” opposite Ben Stiller, for director Danny De Vito; George Clooney's widely acclaimed biographical satire "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” with Sam Rockwell; Penny Marshall's "Riding in Cars With Boys”; "Never Been Kissed,” which marked Barrymore's producing debut; "Home Fries,” opposite Luke Wilson; and the smash hit comedy "The Wedding Singer,” opposite Adam Sandler.

Barrymore made her feature film debut at the age of five in the science fiction thriller "Altered States.” However, it was her scene-stealing performance as the precocious Gertie in Steven Spielberg's 1982 blockbuster "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” that catapulted the young actress to stardom. She went on to star in the thriller "Firestarter” and the comedy "Irreconcilable Differences,” for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

Barrymore's other film credits include "Stephen King's Cat's Eye”; "Far From Home”; "Poison Ivy”; "Guncrazy,” for which she received another Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress; "Bad Girls”; Herbert Ross' "Boys on the Side”; "Mad Love”; "Batman Forever”; Woody Allen's "Everyone Says I Love You”; and Wes Craven's horror hit "Scream,” which launched the successful franchise.

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