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CHERYL HINES (Luna) is a two-time Emmy nominee for her role as ‘Cheryl David' on HBO's Golden Globe® Award-winning series "Curb Your Enthusiasm,” the brainchild of Larry David, co-creator of "Seinfeld.” The show has been nominated for numerous Emmy Awards including Best Supporting Actress for Cheryl, Best Actor for Larry and Best Comedy Series. The show recently aired its sixth season on HBO. Cheryl is currently shooting the romantic comedy "Labor Pains" where she will star opposite Lindsay Lohan. The film is to be directed by Lara Shapiro and is set to be released in 2009.

She will next be seen starring opposite William H. Macy in the independent feature "Bart Got a Room,”," which made its world premiere at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival in April. Directed by Brian Hecker, the comedy centers on a nerdy high-school senior trying to find a date to the prom while his parents' marriage is falling apart.

Cheryl will also be seen co-starring in the 2008 Sundance hit "Henry Pool Was Here” for writer Albert Torres and director Mark Pellington. Hines, who co-stars opposite Luke Wilson, plays a pushy real estate broker who sells Wilson a home. The film is executive produced by Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucceshi for Lakeshore Entertainment. It also stars Adriana Barraza and Radha Mitchell.

She recently finished shooting the film, "Farlanders" for Focus Features by director Sam Mendes. Cheryl co-stars opposite John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph. The film follows an expectant couple (Krasinski, Rudolph) as they travel the country in search of a place to put down roots and raise a family. Also in production this spring is "The Ugly Truth,” co-starring Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler. In the romantic comedy, Cheryl will portray a polished news co-anchor who is in a troubled marriage. Robert Luketic directs the film which is set to be released by Sony on April 4, 2009. Cheryl is currently in post-production on her feature film directorial debut with the indie "Serious Moonlight,” from a screenplay written by the late Adrienne Shelly. The film is a dark comedy centered on the troubled marriage of a high-powered female attorney (played by Meg Ryan) who learns that her husband (Timothy Hutton) is about to leave her for another woman.

Cheryl also recently starred in the indie feature "The Grand.” In "The Grand,” Cheryl stars opposite Woody Harrelson, David Cross, Dennis Farina and Ray Romano. The improvised comedy is set in the world of professional poker and was filmed entirely in Las Vegas. The film was released by Anchor Bay Entertainment in March 2008.

Cheryl's other film roles include starring opposite Keri Russell in the romantic comedy "Waitress,” which was written, directed and co-starred Adrienne Shelly. A huge hit at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, the film garnered unprecedented critical acclaim. In the film, Cheryl portrays Becky, a long time waitress who is married to an invalid and longing for some affection and adventure in her life. Other film credits include the Columbia Pictures comedy "RV,” starring Robin Williams and directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.

Cheryl has broadened her experience in television to include producing and voice over. She was the executive producer on the critically acclaimed improvised and award-winning comedy series "Campus Ladies” for the Oxygen Channel and the Starz Networks first original comedy series "Hollywood Residential,” which recently premiered in January. The show follows a fictional, faltering celebrity home makeover show on a struggling home improvement cable network.

Cheryl was also handpicked by Jeffrey Katzenberg as the lead voice in DreamWorks Television's primetime animated series, "Father of the Pride,” an innovative comedy that aired on NBC. The "Shrek” like CGI cartoon was about a family of white lions who work as performers


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