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EMMY ROSSUM (Bulma) is a gifted young actress and an accomplished musician. Nominated for a Golden Globe® Award in 2004 for her starring performance as Christine in the film "The Phantom of the Opera,” she won the National Board of Review's Best Female Breakthrough Performance Award and the Broadcast Film Critics Association's Best Young Actress Award in 2005. She starred in the action film "Poseidon,” in the blockbuster "The Day After Tomorrow,” in the Clint Eastwood-directed drama "Mystic River,” and in the independent feature "Songcatcher,” the latter winning the Special Grand Jury Prize for Outstanding Ensemble at Sundance in 2001. Rossum's performance in "Songcatcher” earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination in the category of Best Debut Performance.

Her television credits include guest starring appearances on "Law and Order,” and "The Practice.”

In 2007, Rossum recorded her first album for Geffen records, "Inside Out.” Using her classically trained voice as the primary instrument, she wrote and recorded all her own songs. Rossum is working on her second album in between film roles.

Rossum began her theatrical career at the age of seven, when she sang the children's roles at the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center. Until age 12, she trained there in stagecraft and classical vocal technique, and performed in five languages in twenty different operas.

Rossum is the Youth Ambassador for the international organization Youth AIDS, which works to educate young people in sixty countries on the prevention and treatment of AIDS. She travels internationally, raising awareness of the pandemic by speaking at schools, universities and government forums.

Rossum was born in New York City and attended the Spence School. She earned her high school degree through Stanford University's Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY) and Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development (CTD).

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