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EMILY MORTIMER (Susan Allen) is an award-winning actress who has built an impressive list of film credits. Her break-out role came in the critically acclaimed "Lovely & Amazing,” a comic, bittersweet tale of four resilient women. Mortimer's performance brought her praise from critics and audiences and she won a 2003 Independent Spirit Award for her role.

Mortimer most recently starred in the widely acclaimed comedy "Lars and the Real Girl,” opposite Ryan Gosling and Patricia Clarkson. Her other recent film credits include Woody Allen's "Match Point,” joining a critically acclaimed ensemble cast which included Scarlett Johansson, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Matthew Goode; and the hit comedy "The Pink Panther,” playing Inspector Clouseau's secretary Nicole, opposite Steve Martin.

Mortimer's film credits also include such diverse films as Shona Auerbach's "Dear Frankie,” earning a London Film Critics Circle Award nomination for her portrayal of an impoverished single mother who has moved to a seaside Scottish town with her deaf child; first-time writer/director David Mackenzie's "Young Adam,” opposite Ewan McGregor, for which Mortimer earned a nomination as Best British Actress at the 2004 Empire Awards; and Stephen Fry's directorial debut, "Bright Young Things,” leading an ensemble cast.

Over the last year, she has also worked continuously on a wide range of upcoming projects, including Brad Anderson's thriller "Transsiberian,” which just premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and also stars Woody Harrelson, Kate Mara, Eduardo Noreiga and Sir Ben Kingsley; David Mamet's "Redbelt,” set in the Los Angeles fight world, opening in April 2008; and "The Pink Panther 2,” reprising her role opposite Steve Martin.

In addition to her film projects, Mortimer played the recurring role of Phoebe, Alec Baldwin's character's love interest, during the 2006-2007 season of the hit NBC series "30 Rock.” She is currently making her off-Broadway debut in acclaimed playwright Jez Butterworth's "Parlour Song.”

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