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TONI COLLETTE (Jane Brewster) is an Academy Award® nominee for her riveting performance in "The Sixth Sense.” She first came to international prominence starring as Muriel Helsop in "Muriel's Wedding” and will soon be seen in "Foster” and the comedy "Jesus Henry Christ.”

Among Collette's most notable feature film cedits are "The Black Balloon,” "Towelhead,” "Evening,” "Hey, Hey It's Esther Blueburger,” "Little Miss Sunshine,” "The Night Listener” "Like Minds,” "The Dead Girl,” "In Her Shoes,” "Japanese Story” (for which she received the Australian Academy Award as well as the AFI Award for Best Lead Actress), "Connie & Carla,” "The Last Shot,” "Changing Lanes,” "Dirty Deeds,” "About a Boy,” "The Hours,” "Shaft,” "The Boys,” "Velvet Goldmine” and "Emma.” In addition, she provided the voice of Mary Daisy Dinkle in the Australian animated film "Mary and Max.”

On television Collette currently stars in the hit Showtime's series "United States of Tara,” for which she won both an Emmy® Award and a Golden Globe® Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, as well as two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations.

In addition to her screen roles, Collette appeared on Broadway in the revival of "The Wild Party.” Her additional stage credits include performances for the Velvoir Street Theater and the Sydney Theater Company.

Born and raised in Australia, Collette was a student at Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art. She resides in Australia.


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