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MIREILLE ENOS (Karen Lane) received both a Golden Globe and Emmy nomination for her role as detective Sarah Linden on AMC's "The Killing." As the first female lead in an AMC drama, the press has praised her performance in what The Hollywood Reporter has called her "breakout role." She is currently in production on Season 3, which premiered June 2, 2013.

Enos was most recently seen in the Warner Bros. crime drama "Gangster Squad," for director Ruben Fleischer. The film, starring Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn and Emma Stone, follows a specially recruited team of LAPD officers dedicated to combating the influx of East Coast gangsters to Los Angeles in the 1940 and 50s.

In addition, she has wrapped production on three other films including "Ten," directed by David Ayer starring Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard and Arnold Schwarzenegger,"Devil's Knot," and "Queen of the Night," both directed by Atom Egoyan. In "Devil's Knot," Enos stars opposite Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon playing Vicki Hutcheson, an important witness in the murder trial of the West Memphis 3. Egoyan was so impressed with her work in the film, he wcast her opposite Ryan Reynolds in the psychological thriller "Queen of the Night."

From 2007-2010, Enos starred in the HBO drama "Big Love." Impressed by her range and versatility, producers gave Enos a double role to play as twins Jodean and Kathy Marquart.

In 2009, Enos returned to the stage starring opposite Annette Bening, David Arquette and Julian Sands in Joanna Murray-Smith's comedy The Female of the Species the Geffen Playhouse. In 2005, Enos won the role of Honey in the Broadway revival of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?opposite industry veterans Bill Irwin and Kathleen Turner. It opened to glowing reviews and earned her a Tony nomination for "Best Featured Actress in a Play." Enos joined the original cast when the play was transferred to London's West End in 2006. Born to an American father and French mother, Enos was raised in Houston where she attended schools for the dramatic arts. While studying acting during her third year at Brigham Young University, she was invited to join a two-month project at the Classic Stage Company in New York City. She bought a one-way bus pass and the rest, as they say, is history.

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