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DEBORAH KARA UNGER (Carol Lynn Johnson) was recently seen starring opposite Michael Keaton in White Noise, alongside Thomas Jane in Bronwen Hughes' critically acclaimed Stander, co-starring with John Travolta in A Love Song for Bobby Long and opposite Sir Ian McKellen in Emile, for which Unger received the 2004 Geraldine Page Best Actress Award at the American Method Festival.

Born in Vancouver, Unger was the first Canadian accepted into the prestigious Australian National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Sydney, Australia. Upon graduation and while still in Australia, she acted in the award-winning television drama "Bangkok Hilton” with Nicole Kidman and Denholm Elliot. Unger made her feature film debut in the AFI nominated Blood Oath, with Bryan Brown and Russell Crowe, followed by her critically acclaimed performance in Whispers in the Dark, opposite Alan Alda and Annabella Sciorra. 

Additional credits include Hotel Room, No Way Home, Keys to Tulsa, Crash, The Game and the made-for-TV movie "The Rat Pack.” She also starred in Payback, Sunshine, Hurricane, Thirteen, The Salton Sea, Signs and Wonders, Leo, Fear X, Luminous Motion, The Weekend, Silent Hill, Alibi and The Things that Hang from Trees.

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