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RABBIT HOLE

Academy Award®-winner NICOLE KIDMAN (Producer) Nicole Kidman first came to the attention of American audiences with her critically acclaimed performance in the riveting 1989 Australian made psychological thriller DEAD CALM. She has since become an internationally-recognized, award-winning actress known for her range and versatility.

In 2003, Nicole won an Academy Award®, a Golden Globe® Award, a BAFTA Award and a Berlin Silver Bear for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in The Hours. In 2002, she was honored with her first Oscar® nomination for her performance in the innovative musical, MOULIN ROUGE! For that role, and her performance in the psychological thriller, THE OTHERS, she received dual 2002 Golden Globe® nominations, winning for Best Actress in a Musical. She was awarded her initial Golden Globe® for a pitch-perfect, wickedly funny portrayal of a woman obsessed with becoming a TV personality at all costs, in TO DIE FOR, directed by Gus Van Sant and has been nominated three additional times: for her performances in BIRTH, (2004) COLD MOUNTAIN, (2003) and BILLY BATHGATE (1991).

She is currently filming Joel Schumacher's suspense TRESPASS with Nicolas Cage and has recently completed JUST GO WITH IT opposite Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston. In 2008 Nicole reunited with her old friend, MOULIN ROUGE! director Baz Luhrmann, and fellow Australian actor Hugh Jackman on Luhrmann's World War II love story, AUSTRALIA. Other recent films include MARGOT AT THE WEDDING with Jennifer Jason Leigh and Jack Black; the screen adaptation of the fantasy novel, THE GOLDEN COMPASS with Daniel Craig; and the Academy Award®-winning animated musical HAPPY FEET, for which she voiced the role of ‘Norma Jean.' Nicole also narrated the Sundance Grand Jury Award and Audience Award-winning documentary GOD GREW TIRED OF US, as well as the film biography of Simon Wiesenthal, I HAVE NEVER FORGOTTEN YOU.

Nicole made a highly-lauded London stage debut in the fall of 1998, starring with Iain Glenn in The Blue Room. She won London's Evening Standard Award and was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award in the Best Actress category. The Blue Room moved to Broadway for a sold-out, limited run in 1998-99.

In 2006, Nicole founded Blossom Films which is dedicated to supporting and nurturing the artistic visions of screenwriters and filmmakers. In addition to RABBIT HOLE, Blossom has also produced filmmaker Tom Bezucha's MONTE CARLO for Twentieth Century Fox which is due for release in 2011. Nicole has numerous projects in development including an adaptation of the best-selling novel, Little Bee by Chris Cleave, and DANISH GIRL, to be directed by Lasse Halström.

In January of 2006, Nicole was awarded Australia's highest honor, the Companion in the Order of Australia. She was also named, and continues to serve, as Goodwill Ambassador of UN Women (formerly known as UNIFEM), whose goals are to foster women's empowerment and gender equality, to raise awareness of the infringement on women's human rights around the world and to end violence against women.

Nicole serves as an Ambassador of the Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick. She also continues to work with the Women's Cancer Program at Stanford, headed by close friend Dr. Jonathan Berek, which is a world-renowned center for research into the causes, treatment, prevention, and eventual cure of women's cancer.

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