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TERESA PALMER (Tori Frederking) was recently seen in The Sorcerer's Apprentice, opposite Nicolas Cage, and Bedtime Stories, alongside Adam Sandler. She was named one of Australia's "Stars of Tomorrow” by Screen International in 2005 and since then has caught the attention of audiences worldwide.

Palmer played a leading role in 2:37, an Australian independent film that screened to acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival and at the Toronto Film Festival. For her complex portrayal of a high school student with a dark secret, Palmer was nominated for Best Actress by the Australian Film Institute. She went on to land a costarring role in Japanese director Takashi Shimizu's box-office hit The Grudge 2, opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jennifer Beals.

Other credits for the striking young actress include a starring role alongside Daniel Radcliffe in director Rod Hardy's December Boys, a coming-of-age story about four adolescent orphans, and the forthcoming U.K.-Australian co-production Restraint, a psychological thriller that follows the plight of a pair of fugitives on the run from a murder scene. Restraint was directed by David Deneen and also features newcomer Travis Fimmel and Stephen Moyer of HBO's hit "True Blood.”

Palmer hails from Adelaide, Australia.

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