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JENNIFER GARNER (Susan) is a Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award® and People's Choice Award-winning actress for her performance in the series "Alias.” Additionally, over the course of the show's five-season run, Garner was nominated four times for an Emmy Award, four times for a Golden Globe and twice for a SAG Award® for her portrayal of CIA double agent Sydney Bristow.

She is currently starring alongside Ron Livingston in Peter Hedges' fantasy film "The Odd Life of Timothy Green,” and recently finished producing and starring in the comedy "Butter,” written by Jason Micallef. The film is slated for release later this year. Garner was most recently seen in the director Garry Marshall's romantic ensemble comedy "Valentine's Day,” which grossed over $200 million worldwide.

On stage, she received rave reviews for her recent performance as Roxanne in the 2007 Broadway revival of "Cyrano de Bergerac,” opposite Kevin Kline.

In 2005 Garner started her own production company with her personal assistant of many years, Juliana Janes. The company, Vandalia Films, is named after the original name for the state of West Virginia, Garner's home state. Aside from producing "Butter,” Vandalia Films' theatrical projects in development include "Arranged,” with Mark Gordon and director Gary Winick, and the adaptation of Jane Fallon's book Got You Back. In addition to their feature projects, Vandalia Films recently signed a first-look production deal with ABC Television.

Garner's additional film credits include "The Invention of Lying”; "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past”; the Academy Award®-nominated "Juno,” which won an abundance of awards, including a Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Comedy and an Independent Spirit Award for Best Feature Film; "The Kingdom”; "Catch and Release”; the smash hit "13 Going on 30”; the blockbuster "Daredevil” and its spin-off "Elektra”; "Pearl Harbor”; and the comedy "Dude, Where's My Car?”

Currently serving as a brand ambassador for Neutrogena and featured in its national television and print campaigns, Garner also recently announced her Artist Ambassadorship with Save the Children's US Programs. As an ambassador, she will focus on advocating for the expansion of the organization's early education program, traveling to see the effects of poverty firsthand, and be the spokesperson for their annual State of the World's Mothers report, which focuses on early childhood education in the US and around the world.

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