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MICHELLE MONAGHAN (Sarah Highman) most recently starred to great critical acclaim in the independent film "Trucker,” which world premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. She received the Best Actress Awards from the San Diego Film Critics Society, Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival and Vail Film Festival. Monaghan also served as executive producer on the film.

She will next been seen in Sofia Coppola's "Somewhere,” "Source Code,” opposite Jake Gyllenhaal for director Duncan Jones and "Machine Gun Preacher,” opposite Gerard Butler for director Marc Forster.

Monaghan made her feature film debut in "Perfume,” directed by Michael Rymer, then played Richard Gere's secretary in Adrian Lyne's "Unfaithful.” She followed with supporting roles in Fred Schepisi's "It Runs in the Family,” with Michael Douglas; "Winter Solstice,” with Anthony LaPaglia; Paul Greengrass' "The Bourne Supremacy”; and Doug Liman's "Mr. & Mrs. Smith.”

It was her starring role in "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang,” opposite Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer, which brought Monaghan to the attention of audiences around the world. She also received rave reviews for her performance in the film, directed by Shane Black. Next, Monaghan joined Charlize Theron and Frances McDormand in "North Country” for director Niki Caro. She then starred in "Gone Baby Gone,” with Casey Affleck and Morgan Freeman; "The Heartbreak Kid,” opposite Ben Stiller; "Mission: Impossible III,” with Tom Cruise and Philip Seymour Hoffman for director J.J. Abrams; opposite Patrick Dempsey in the romantic comedy "Made of Honor”; and in D.J. Caruso's hit thriller "Eagle Eye,” alongside Shia LaBeouf.


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