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ANNA FARIS (Jeanette) starred in the hit film "The House Bunny,” in the leading role of Shelley Darlington, a Bunny who is kicked out of the mansion and tries to adjust to life on the outside. Faris, who came up with the original idea for the film, collaborated on the script with the writers of "Legally Blonde.” She served as a producer on the film alongside Happy Madison Productions, for Sony Pictures.

Faris then starred opposite Seth Rogen in "Observe and Report” and voiced a key role in the animated hit "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.” Her upcoming feature films are "Kids in America,” opposite Topher Grace,” the British ensemble comedy "Frequently Asked Questions about Time Travel,” with Simon Pegg, and the live-action/ CG "Yogi Bear,” from Warner Bros.

In 2003, Faris co-starred in the Oscar nominated film "Lost in Translation,” alongside Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson for director Sofia Coppola. The critically acclaimed box-office hit earned Faris rave reviews. Her additional feature films include "Brokeback Mountain” for director Ang Lee, "Smiley Face” for director Gregg Araki, "Mama's Boy” opposite Jon Heder, "Just Friends,” "Waiting,” "Scary Movie,” "Scary Movie 2,” "Scary Movie 3,” and "Scary Movie 4.” The "Scary Movie” series is Dimension Films' most successful franchise to date.

On television, Faris is well remembered for her recurring role on the final season of "Friends,” playing a surrogate mother to Monica and Chandler's adopted baby.


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