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SANDRA BULLOCK (Mary Horowitz / Producer) is one of Hollywood's most sought after leading ladies. Bullock recently was seen in Disney's "The Proposal,” starring opposite Ryan Reynolds. The movie is Bullock's largest grossing film to date. She recently wrapped production on "The Blind Side,” where she will portray the matriarch of a conservative suburban household. Based on the true story of Michael Oher, the film will be released November 2009.

Following acclaimed roles in several motion pictures, Bullock's breakthrough came in the 1994 runaway hit "Speed.” Her next two features, "While You Were Sleeping,” which earned her first Golden Globe nomination, and "The Net,” were both critical and popular successes. Her subsequent starring roles include the box office smash "Forces of Nature,” "Hope Floats,” which marked her feature film producing debut; "Practical Magic,” which she also co-produced for her production company Fortis Films; "Gun Shy,” and "Miss Congeniality” for which she received her second Golden Globe nomination and was also produced by Fortis Films. Other credits include the starring roles in "Speed 2: Cruise Control,” "A Time to Kill,” "In Love and War,” "Two if by Sea,” "The Vanishing,” "Demolition Man,” "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway,” "The Thing Called Love,” the voice of Miriam in the animated film, "The Prince of Egypt,” "Divine Secrets of The Ya Ya Sisterhood” for first time director Callie Khouri, and the lead in the psychological thriller "Murder By Numbers,” which she also executive produced.

Adding to her list of box office hits is "Two Weeks Notice” which she starred opposite Hugh Grant. The film, which she also produced, grossed over $200 million at the box office. She received critical acclaim for her role as Harper Lee in "Infamous,” a film directed by Doug McGrath, which chronicles Truman Capote's life from 1959 through 1965. Her other recent films include the psychological thriller "Premonition”; "The Lake House” starring opposite Keanu Reeves; "Crash,” an Oscar winner for Best Picture, directed by Paul Haggis; and "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous,” the follow up to her 2000 hit film "Miss Congeniality,” which she also produced.

Bullock made her debut as a writer/director with the short film "Making Sandwiches,” in which she starred with Matthew McConaughey, and which debuted at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. Bullock recently concluded her stint as the executive producer of the highly successful "The George Lopez Show” which aired on ABC for six seasons.

Bullock has received numerous awards and nominations for her work, including two Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, four MTV Movie Awards, an American Comedy Award, eight Teen Choice Awards, four People's Choice Awards for Favorite Female Movie Star, a Screen Actor's Guild Award and two Golden Globe nominations.

Additionally, in 2001 and in 1996, Bullock was voted NATO/ShoWest "Female Star of the Year.”

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