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SANDRA BULLOCK (Linda Schell) won the 2010 Academy Award® for Best Actress for her role in 2009's "The Blind Side.” Bullock also won the Critics' Choice Award, the Golden Globe and the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award® for Best Actress for her portrayal of Leigh Anne Tuohy, in the film, which grossed more than $309 million worldwide.

That same year, Bullock starred in the wildly successful "The Proposal,” opposite Ryan Reynolds, which earned over $317 million worldwide at the box office, and garnered Bullock a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Bullock will next be seen starring with George Clooney in "Gravity,” directed by Alfonso Cuarón.

Following acclaimed roles in several motion pictures, Bullock's breakthrough came in the 1994 runaway hit "Speed.” Her next two features, "While You Were Sleeping,” which earned her first Golden Globe nomination, and "The Net,” were both critical and popular successes. Under her Fortis Films production company banner, she also produced and starred in "Hope Floats,” which marked her feature film producing debut; "Practical Magic”; "Gun Shy”; "Two Weeks Notice,” opposite Hugh Grant; "Miss Congeniality,” for which she received her second Golden Globe nomination, and its sequel, "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous.”

She earned praise for her performances in such dramas as the Truman Capote biopic "Infamous,” in which she portrayed author Harper Lee, and the 2004 Oscar®-winning Best Picture, "Crash,” directed by Paul Haggis, for which she shared in a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award® for Outstanding Performance by a Motion Picture Cast. Bullock's other film credits include starring roles in "All About Steve,” "Premonition,” "The Lake House,” "Speed 2: Cruise Control,” "A Time to Kill,” "In Love and War,” "Two if by Sea,” "The Vanishing,” "Demolition Man,” "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway,” "The Thing Called Love,” "Forces of Nature,” "28 Days,” the animated "The Prince of Egypt,” "Divine Secrets of The Ya Ya Sisterhood,” and the psychological thriller "Murder By Numbers,” which she also executive produced.

Bullock made her debut as a writer/director with the short film "Making Sandwiches,” in which she also starred with Matthew McConaughey, and which debuted at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. She recently concluded her stint as the executive producer of the highly successful "The George Lopez Show” which aired on ABC for six seasons.

In addition to her Oscar®, Golden Globe and SAG® Awards, Bullock has received numerous awards and nominations for her work, including two Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, four MTV Movie Awards, an American Comedy Award, eight Teen Choice Awards, and four People's Choice Awards for Favorite Female Movie Star. Additionally, in 2001 and in 1996, Bullock was voted NATO/ShoWest "Female Star of the Year.”

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