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CARLA GUGINO (Amanda), after graduating from high school as class valedictorian, began a memorable and provocative acting career, which today continues to showcase her many talents and considerable beauty.

Gugino recently starred in the Warner Bros./Legendary drama "Sucker Punch,” where she reunited with "Watchmen” director Zack Snyder. Gugino also recently starred in the fourth season of Showtime's "Californication” as the new love interest for David Duchovny's Hank Moody. Last year, Gugino was seen in the feature film "Faster,” starring alongside Dwayne Johnson and Billy Bob Thornton.

Gugino recently revisited her role as Amanda Daniels on the HBO hit series "Entourage.” Gugino joined the cast in its fourth season as Vince Chase's new agent after he fired his longtime agent played by Jeremy Piven. "Entourage" has continued its success among critics and fans and has earned multiple awards and nominations.

Gugino appeared in "Electra Luxx,” directed and written by Sebastian Gutierrez. This film was the sequel to last year's "Women in Trouble,” also directed by Gutierrez. "Electra Luxx” premiered at SXSW and was next screened at the GenArt Film Festival. Gugino was last seen in "Every Day” with Liev Schreiber and Helen Hunt. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Gugino appeared on Broadway in "Desire Under the Elms,” a play by Eugene O'Neill and directed by Tony® Award recipient Robert Falls. The show ran at the award-winning Goodman Theatre in Chicago, and was picked up for a Broadway run. Gugino received incredible reviews for her stellar performance as Abbie, an alluring and headstrong woman who knows what she wants. Gugino was also seen in the film "Watchmen,” based on the celebrated DC Comics graphic novel. Zack Snyder ("300”) directed the film, which also starred Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Malin Akerman, Billy Crudup, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Goode and Jackie Earle Haley. "Watchmen” grossed $181 million worldwide.

Next, Gugino starred in "Race to Witch Mountain,” opposite Dwayne Johnson. The action adventure, from Walt Disney Pictures, was directed by Andy Fickman ("The Game Plan”) and advanced from the plot of the 1975 Disney favorite "Escape to Witch Mountain.” The film opened at #1 at the box office.

Gugino starred opposite Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in the film "Righteous Kill.” In 2007, Gugino starred in the critically acclaimed "American Gangster” opposite Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington under the direction of Ridley Scott, and "The Lookout” opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt.  Gugino also starred in the "Spy Kids” trilogy of movies opposite Antonio Banderas and had a scene-stealing performance in Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City.”  In 2006, Gugino starred opposite Ben Stiller in "Night at the Museum,” which was the highest grossing film of the year.

Other television credits include her critically acclaimed performances as a government recruit on the CBS series "Threshold” and as the title character in the ABC series "Karen Sisco,” based on the Elmore Leonard novel Out of Sight. Roles in shows like "Chicago Hope” and the ABC sitcom "Spin City” showcased Gugino's wide range of talents in both drama and comedy.

Gugino completed a critically lauded performance as Catherine Holly opposite Blythe Danner in a Roundabout Theater Company production of the Tennessee Williams classic "Suddenly Last Summer.” She made her Broadway debut in Roundabout's 2004 revival of Arthur Miller's "After the Fall.” For her performance, Gugino received many accolades, including an Outer Critics' Circle Award nomination and a Theater World award for Outstanding Broadway Debut, for her role as Maggie.

Gugino's film career began auspiciously when she landed a role in the now iconic "Troop Beverly Hills.”  From there, Gugino took on roles in "Son in Law”; "This Boy's Life,” opposite Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio; "Miami Rhapsody,” opposite Sarah Jessica Parker; "Michael,” opposite John Travolta; "Snake Eyes,” in which she starred alongside Nicolas Cage under Brian De Palma's direction; and "The Singing Detective,” opposite Robert Downey, Jr, Robin Wright Penn, and Jeremy Northam.

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