KATE BOSWORTH (Jill Taylor) has made the seamless transition from a young Hollywood starlet to one of today's leading ladies. She recently starred as the iconic Lois Lane in the blockbuster hit Superman Returns for director Bryan Singer. She will next be seen starring opposite Sigourney Weaver in David Auburn's drama The Girl in the Park.
Bosworth graced the screen in Kevin Spacey's Beyond the Sea, in which she portrayed screen icon Sandra Dee opposite Spacey as Bobby Darin. Receiving rave reviews from critics, Dee herself gave a nod of approval for Bosworth's portrayal as the ultimate golden girl.
Most recognized for her strong-willed performance in John Stockwell's hugely successful Blue Crush, Bosworth landed her first lead role after dedicating herself to a crash course in surfing. Contradicting the blonde surfer-girl image and showcasing her multidimensional range, Bosworth's next project, the dark indie biopic Wonderland had her portraying the real-life girlfriend of the late, infamous porn star John Holmes, played by Val Kilmer.
With this determination not to be type-cast, it is no surprise that Bosworth made another turn in her next film Win a Date with Tad Hamilton, Robert Luketic's romantic comedy in which she starred opposite Topher Grace and Josh Duhamel. Critics dubbed her as America's next sweetheart for her performance as a small town girl caught in a love triangle. Bosworth also made a cameo appearance in Bee Season as a Hari Krishna convert opposite Max Minghella, Richard Gere, and Juliette Binoche.
While she made her feature film debut at the age of 14 in Robert Redford's film The Horse Whisperer, Bosworth made the decision to make education her priority and chose parts that would accommodate her school schedule. While in high school, she starred in the WB's hit summer series "Young Americans" and took a role in Jerry Bruckheimer's Remember the Titans. Subsequent to her graduation, Bosworth starred in Roger Avary's Rules of Attraction.
Born in California, but raised in New England, Kate Bosworth has become bicoastal.
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