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Academy Award-winner and three-time nominee RENEE ZELLWEGER has garnered critical acclaim with her outstanding performances in "Cold Mountain," "Chicago" and "Bridget Jones' Diary." In 2004, she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Anthony Minghella's "Cold Mountain." She was nominated in both 2002 and 2003 for Academy Awards for Lead Actress for her roles in "Bridget Jones" Diary" and "Chicago," respectively.

Her Academy Award for her role in "Cold Mountain" was accompanied by a Screen Actors Guild Award, A Golden Glove Award, a BAFTA and a Broadcast Film Critics Association Award.

In addition to her Academy Award nomination for her role in "Chicago," Zellweger also won the 2003 Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe and was nominated for a BAFTA Award.

She will soon be seen in the psychological thriller "Case 39," in which she stars as a social worker who takes on a case in which things are not what they seem.

Zellweger last starred opposite Harry Connick Jr. in "New In Town," recently starred alongside Viggo Mortenson and Ed Harris in his "Appaloose," and with George Clooney in the romantic comedy "Leatherheads."

Her voice is also a majro Hollywood asset, as she can be heard in DreamWorks Animation's comedies "Shark Take" with Jack Black, James Gandolfini, Angelina Jolie, Martin Scorsese and Will Smith, and "Bee Movie," in which she voices a starring role opposite Jerry Seinfeld.

Zellweger extended her reach behind the camera when she executive produced "Miss Potter," in which she also starred as beloved author Beatrix Poter.

Zellweger gained much attention in the smash hit "Bridget Jones' Diary" and its sequel, "Bridget Jones' Diary: The edge of Reason." For her role as Bridget she won the 2005 People's Choice Ward, and was nominated in both 2002 and 2005 for a Golden Globe Award. In 2002 the ro0le earned her nomination for an Academy Award, as well as BAFTA, Golden Satellite, Empire, Screen Actors Guild and MTV Movie Awards.

Her other film credits include "Cinderella Man" opposite Russell Crowe; "Me, Myself and Irene," directed by the Farrelly brothers, in which she starred opposite Jim Carrey; and director Neil LaBute's dark comedy "Nurse Betty," in which she starred with Chris Rock and Morgan Freeman. It was for this last film that she won a 2000 Golden Globe Award.

In 1996 Zellweger starred opposite Tom Cruise in "Jerry Maguire," for which she was named Best Breakthrough Performer by The National Board of Review, received a Blockbuster Award and was nominated for a SAG Award.


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