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BLAKE LIVELY (Carol Ferris) was named Breakthrough Performer of the Year at CinemaCon this year. Lively most recently starred alongside Jon Hamm, Jeremy Renner and  Ben Affleck, in "The Town,” also directed by Affleck. She will next be seen in "Hick,” opposite Alec Baldwin and Juliette Lewis, set for release next year, and will soon start production on Oliver Stone's new film, "Savages.”

She first gained the attention of critics and audiences with her first starring role, in the 2005 hit "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” for which she earned a Teen Choice Award nomination for Best Breakthrough Performance. In 2008, she reprised her role in the sequel, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2.”

Lively's additional film credits include the comedy "Accepted,” with Justin Long and Jonah Hill; the independent feature "Elvis & Annabelle,” for which she won the Newport Film Festival Award for Breakout Performance; and the indie drama "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee,” in which she starred with Keanu Reeves, Robin Wright Penn, Julianne Moore and Alan Arkin for writer/director Rebecca Miller;

On the small screen, Lively is best known for her starring role on the popular CW series "Gossip Girl,” which entered its fifth season this fall.

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