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THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN

After a series of acclaimed turns in film, television and theater, ROSEMARIE DEWITT'S (Brenda Best) grace, style and charm are at the heart of several highly anticipated projects, where she collaborates with some of the industry's most honored talent.

Most recently DeWitt signed on to star opposite Matt Damon and John Krasinski in the Gus Van Sant– directed film, "Promised Land" and was seen starring opposite Emily Blunt in Lynn Shelton's "Your Sister's Sister," which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and was released on June 22, 2012.

Next, DeWitt will be seen in "The Watch," opposite Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill, and "Nobody Walks," opposite John Krasinski and Olivia Thirlby.

DeWitt was recently seen in John Wells' "The Company Men," starring alongside Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Costner and Chris Cooper. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

DeWitt was last seen on the small screen in her third season of the Showtime Network's comedy series, "United States of Tara." The show was created by executive producers Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody.

DeWitt starred as the title character in "Rachel Getting Married," from which she received best supporting actress awards from the Toronto, Vancouver and Washington D.C. Film Critics Associations. The film, directed by Jonathan Demme and written by Jenny Lumet, co-stars Anne Hathaway, Debra Winger and Bill Irwin.

DeWitt teamed up with her "Rachel Getting Married" director Jonathan Demme again, but this time on the stage. She starred in Demme's play "Family Week" alongside Sarah Jones at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York.

Previous television credits include a recurring role in the critically acclaimed AMC original series "Mad Men" and a starring role on the FOX crime drama "Standoff."

Additional film credits include DeWitt's role in "Cinderella Man" with Russell Crowe and Paul Giamatti, the film that depicted the life of her real-life grandfather, James J. Braddock, and her role in "The Great New Wonderful," with Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olympia Dukakis and Tony Shalhoub.

For all her roles on television and film, DeWitt has maintained a connection to theatre, having starred as Masha in Chekhov's "Three Sisters" (Williamstown), the revival of John Patrick Shanley's "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea" (2nd Stage), "Swimming in the Shallows" (2nd Stage), originated the role of Fanny in Craig Lucas' "Small Tragedy" (Playwright's Horizons, for which the cast won an Obie Award), "The Butter and Eggman" (Atlantic Theatre Co), "Dream Girl" (Zipper Theatre), "St. Scarlet" (Ontological Theater), "Dead Reckoning" (Cherry Lane Theatre) and "Frame 312" (O'Neill Theatre Center).

DeWitt is a graduate of Hofstra University with a degree in Creative Studies, and she also studied at the Actors Center in New York.

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