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SARAH JESSICA PARKER (Carrie Bradshaw/Producer) previously starred in and produced the first big-screen adaptation of the hit HBO series "Sex and the City,” which grossed more than $415 million at the worldwide box office.

Parker originated the role of Carrie Bradshaw on the series, for which she received numerous Best Actress awards, including Golden Globes in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2004; a Screen Actors Guild Award® in 2001; and an Emmy in 2004. Her other honors include five more Emmy nominations, four more Golden Globe nominations and three more SAG Award® nominations, all for Best Actress. She also shared in two SAG Awards® for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.

In addition to her role, Parker served as an executive producer on the "Sex and the City” series, which garnered the Golden Globe Award for Best Comedy Series three years in a row—in 2000, 2001 and 2002—and was honored with an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2001. In 2004, the series' producers won a Producers Guild of America Award for Television Producer of the Year.

Her recent film credits include Marc Lawrence's "Did You Hear About the Morgans?,” opposite Hugh Grant; Noam Murro's "Smart People,” with Dennis Quaid; the independent film "Spinning Into Butter,” which she also produced; and "Failure to Launch,” opposite Matthew McConaughey. In 2006, Parker earned a Golden Globe® nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical for her performance in ensemble feature "The Family Stone.”

Among her previous credits are starring roles in such films as David Mamet's "State and Main”; "Dudley Do-Right,” opposite Brendan Fraser; "'Til There Was You,” opposite Dylan McDermott; Tim Burton‘s "Mars Attacks!” and "Ed Wood”; "The First Wives Club,” with Bette Midler, Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn; "If Lucy Fell,” opposite Ben Stiller; "Miami Rhapsody,” with Antonio Banderas; "Hocus Pocus”; "Honeymoon in Vegas,” opposite Nicolas Cage; and "L.A. Story,” starring Steve Martin. Her earlier motion picture work includes "Flight of the Navigator,” "Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” Michael Apted's "First Born” and Herbert Ross' classic "Footloose,” with Kevin Bacon.

Parker began acting on the stage, making her Broadway debut in the revival of the drama "The Innocents.” She went on to star in the title role of the hit Broadway musical "Annie.” She also starred in the Broadway revivals of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” and "Once Upon a Mattress.” In addition, she earned Drama Desk Award nominations for her work off-Broadway in "Sylvia” and, more recently, "Wonder of the World.”

Early in her career, Parker had regular roles on the television series "Square Pegs” and "A Year in the Life.”


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