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JULIA ROBERTS (The Queen) has worked with the industry's most esteemed directors and starred in films grossing more than $2.5 billion worldwide. An Academy Award winner for Erin Brockovich (Best Actress), Roberts first came to the attention of audiences with her critically acclaimed role in Mystic Pizza. She received her first Oscar nomination for her supporting role in Steel Magnolias. Her next film, Pretty Woman, was the top-grossing film of 1990 and brought Roberts her second Academy Award nomination.

Memorable performances followed in such films as Flatliners, Sleeping with the Enemy, Dying Young, The Pelican Brief, Something to Talk About, Michael Collins, Stepmom, Mona Lisa Smile, America's Sweethearts and Everyone Says I Love You.

Most recently, Roberts starred in Larry Crowne opposite Tom Hanks, who wrote, directed, and produced the film. She also starred in Eat Pray Love, based on Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir and directed by Ryan Murphy. Additionally, Roberts starred opposite Clive Owen in Duplicity, directed by Tony Gilroy, and appeared in the ensemble comedy Valentine's Day, directed by Garry Marshall.

In 1997, she starred in the box-office smash My Best Friend's Wedding, directed by P.J. Hogan, and the Richard Donner-directed thriller Conspiracy Theory, co-starring Mel Gibson. In 1999, she starred in two box-office hits: Notting Hill, co-starring Hugh Grant and directed by Roger Michell, and Runaway Bride, in which Roberts reteamed with her Pretty Woman co-star and director, Richard Gere and Garry Marshall.

Roberts provided the voice of Charlotte in the animated film Charlotte's Web and made her Broadway debut in Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain.”

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