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TERESA PALMER (Number Six), who was named one of Australia's Stars of Tomorrow by Screen International in 2005, first caught the attention of audiences worldwide with her leading role in "2:37,” an Australian independent film that screened to acclaim at both the Cannes Film Festival and in Un Certain Regard and the Toronto Film Festival. The Australian Film Institute nominated Palmer as Best Actress for her complex portrayal of a high school student with a dark secret.

Palmer most recently starred opposite Nicolas Cage in Jon Turteltaub's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice” for Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Walt Disney Pictures. She also starred in Adam Shankman's comedy "Bedtime Stories” alongside Adam Sandler for Walt Disney Pictures. She will next be seen starring opposite Topher Grace in Relativity Media's '80s coming-of-age comedy "Take Me Home Tonight,” which will be released in March 2011.

Palmer's other film credits include Japanese director Takashi Shimizu's "The Grudge 2,” in which she starred opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jennifer Beals; a starring role alongside Daniel Radcliffe in Rod Hardy's coming-of-age story "December Boys,” which was filmed on location in Australia; and "Restraint,” a psychological thriller, in which she starred with Travis Fimmel and Stephen Moyer.

Palmer is currently the spokesperson for the Australian-based cosmetics company Jurlique. She is from Adelaide, Australia.

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