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KATHERINE HEIGL (Jen Kornfeldt) has quickly emerged as one of Hollywood's brightest talents.

This fall, Heigl will star opposite Josh Duhamel in the Warner Bros. big-screen drama LIFE AS WE KNOW IT, directed by Greg Berlanti. In the film, Heigl and Duhamel's characters have nothing in common but their dislike for each other and their love for their goddaughter. When they suddenly become all she has in the world, they are forced to put their differences aside and find some common ground, while living under one roof. Heigl is also an executive producer on the film.

Heigl will soon start production on ONE FOR THE MONEY which she is also executive producing along with her production company Abishag. She stars in the film as bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. The story is based on the first novel in the best-selling Stephanie Plum series, written by Janet Evanovich. It spent over 75 weeks on the best seller list and also spawned 15 sequels. The film, directed by Julie Ann Robinson, will also star Jason O'Mara and Daniel Sunjata and will be released by Lionsgate.

Heigl became a box-office sensation starring in the smash hit comedy KNOCKED UP. Following that she starred with Ed Burns in the romantic comedy 27 DRESSES and then opposite Gerard Butler in the romantic comedy, THE UGLY TRUTH which she also executive produced. Heigl was awarded the trophy for Female Star of the Year at the 2010 ShoWest awards in Las Vegas. 

Heigl's previous film credits include the comedy THE RINGER, the horror film VALENTINE, Steven Soderbergh's critically acclaimed depression-era drama, KING OF THE HILL, UNDER SEIGE 2: DARK TERRITORY opposite Steven Segal, STAND-INS and THAT NIGHT. Her first leading role was in Touchstone Pictures' MY FATHER THE HERO starring opposite Gerard Depardieu.

On television, Heigl was formerly seen on ABC's critically acclaimed drama "Grey's Anatomy.” Heigl portrayed Dr. Isobel "Izzie” Stevens, the small-town girl who is constantly battling for respect amongst her peers. Heigl earned an Emmy® Award in 2007 as well as a Golden Globe® nomination in 2007 for her performance. Heigl also starred on the WB's sci-fi drama series, "Roswell.” Additional television credits include the Hallmark Channel's "Love Comes Softly,” TBS' "Evil Never Dies” and "Love's Enduring Promise.”

In 2007, she partnered with her mother and manager Nancy Heigl to form Abishag Productions. Under that banner, the Heigls are also developing numerous projects including the bestselling dramatic novel Lost and Found about a widow who lives alone on a remote island in Maine with her dog.

Among her charitable endeavors, Katherine, along with Nancy, co-founded the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, dedicated to helping prevent animal cruelty.

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