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CAMERON DIAZ (Jules) is an established star around the world in the genres of comedy, action and drama. She most recently starred opposite Jason Segel and Justin Timberlake in Jake Kasdan's hit comedy "Bad Teacher;” and Seth Rogen and Jay Chou in "The Green Hornet.” Previous to that, she reprised her role as ‘Princess Fiona' in DreamWorks' final installation of the enormously successful "Shrek” franchise, "Shrek Forever After.” She has completed filming on the Coen Brothers' remake of the crime comedy "Gambit,” starring opposite Colin Firth.

Diaz was recently seen starring opposite Tom Cruise in 20th Century Fox's "Knight and Day.” She also starred in Nick Casavettes' family drama "My Sister's Keeper,” and in 2008 she starred opposite Ashton Kutcher in the hit romantic comedy "What Happens in Vegas.”

Diaz made her feature film debut at the age 21, captivating moviegoers as Tina Carlisle in "The Mask.” In addition to becoming one of Jim Carrey's biggest hits, "The Mask” gained distinction as the film that launched Cameron Diaz' career in motion pictures.

Soon, Diaz was starring in independent films such as "The Last Supper;” "Feeling Minnesota,” in which she co-starred with Keanu Reeves; Edward Burns' "She's the One;” and "Head Above Water,” in which she starred opposite Harvey Keitel.

1997 saw Diaz co-starring with Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney and Rupert Everett in the charming crowd-pleaser and box office hit "My Best Friend's Wedding.”

The following year, her performance in the title role in the romantic comedy "There's Something About Mary” garnered the actress a New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, in addition to her first of four Golden Globe® nominations.

The dark comedy, "Very Bad Things,” directed by Peter Berg, was next up, followed by the cult hit "Being John Malkovich,” opposite John Cusack, Catherine Keener and John Malkovich. Directed by Spike Jonze, her performance earned Diaz another Golden Globe® nomination, as well as nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Award and the Best Actress BAFTA.

Her career continued to soar with "Charlie's Angels,” Sony Pictures' feature film version of the ‘70s television series. Playing opposite Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Bill Murray, the film broke domestic box office records for a non-holiday weekend and grossed $265 million worldwide. The film's sequel, "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle,” was released in 2003 and earned more than $250 million worldwide.

Additional credits of note include Oliver Stone's football drama, "Any Given Sunday;” Martin Scorsese's Academy Award®-nominated "Gangs of New York,” in which she starred with Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis, and for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe®; and a pivotal role in "Vanilla Sky,” directed by Cameron Crowe and starring Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz and Jason Lee. That film earned Diaz yet more nominations for the Golden Globe®, an AFI Award and a SAG Award.

Diaz also starred in Nancy Meyers' romantic comedy "The Holiday;” Curtis Hansen's critically acclaimed "In Her Shoes;” and the thriller "The Box.”

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