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An accomplished actress at once vibrantly potent and firmly grounded in her roles, CATHERINE KEENER (Mary Weston) continues to be a dominant force on screen.

Keener was most recently seen in the Charlie Kaufman drama "Synechdoche, New York” opposite an ensemble cast including Philip Seymour Hoffman, Michelle Williams, Samantha Morton, Hope Davis and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

This year she will also be seen in Warner Bros' big-screen adaptation of Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are,” which was written and directed by Spike Jonze. The film is set for release on October 16th. She also recently wrapped production on Nicole Holofcener's film the "Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project” opposite Oliver Platt and Rebecca Hall. The film is a look at the lives and relationships between the residents of a New York apartment building and will be released by Sony Pictures in the fall.

She recently appeared in Showtime's "An American Crime” opposite Ellen Page. She was nominated for both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Gertrude Baniszewski, a suburban housewife who kept a teenage girl (Page) locked in the basement of her Indiana home during the 1960s. Additonal film credits include: Barry Levinson's "What Just Happened”: Andrew Fleming's "Hamlet 2”; Sean Penn's "Into the Wild”; Nicole Holofcener's "Friends With Money,” which made it's debut at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival; "Capote” starring opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman, for which her performance as Nelle Harper Lee earned her an Academy Award® nomination for Best Supporting Actress, as well as a nomination from the Screen Actors Guild. She was also named Best Supporting Actress by the Toronto Film Critics Association. She has also appeared in Judd Apatow's "The 40-Year-Old Virgin”; Sydney Pollack's "The Interpreter” with Sean Penn and Nicole Kidman; Rebecca Miller's "The Ballad of Jack and Rose” opposite Daniel Day Lewis; Spike Jonze's "Adaptation”; Andrew Niccol's "Simone”; Steven Soderbergh's "Full Frontal” and "Out of Sight;” Danny DeVito's "Death to Smoochy”; Neil LaBute's "Your Friends and Neighbors”; Holofcener's "Walking and Talking”; and the screen adaptation of Sam Shepard's "Simpatico.” She also appeared in four films by Tom DiCillo: "Box of Moonlight,” "Johnny Suede,” "Living in Oblivion” and "The Real Blonde.”

In 2003, Keener received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Actress for her performance in Nicole Holofcener's "Lovely & Amazing.” The film also stars Brenda Blethyn, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emily Mortimer and Dermot Mulroney.

In 2000, she received an Academy Award® nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Maxine, the manipulative co-worker who seduces the puppeteer, his wife and the title character in Spike Jonze's "Being John Malkovich.”

Keener's television credits also include HBO's critically acclaimed anthology "If These Walls Could Talk” directed by Nancy Savoca, and a notable guest appearance on "Seinfeld."

On stage, she starred opposite Edward Norton in the Signature Theater Company's critically acclaimed off-Broadway revival of Langford Wilson's "Burn This” (2003).

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