JENNIFER CONNELLY (Virginia Gamely) continues to prove her
versatility as an actress with each new project she undertakes. She received an
Academy Award as well as Golden Globe, BAFTA, AFI and Broadcast Film Critics
Awards for her performance in Ron Howard's "A Beautiful Mind."
She was most recently seen in "Stuck in Love," written and directed by Josh
Boone, with Greg Kinnear, Kristen Bell, and Lily Collins. Her upcoming films
include the Claudia Llosa-directed "Aloft," premiering at the 2014 Berlin Film
Festival, and this March's "Noah," from Darren Aronofsky, alongside Russell
Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson and Logan Lerman. The film, which is both
written and directed by Aronofsky, tells the epic Biblical tale of Noah's ark.
She also stars in "Shelter," Paul Bettany's feature film writing and directing
debut due out this year.
Connelly's other film credits include "Virginia," with Ed Harris; "The
Dilemma," with Vince Vaughn; "Creation," with Bettany; "9," with John C. Reilly,
Elijah Wood, Christopher Plummer and Martin Landau; "He's Just Not That Into
You," with Jennifer Aniston, Scarlett Johansson, Drew Barrymore and Ben Affleck;
"The Day the Earth Stood Still," opposite Keanu Reeves; Terry George's
"Reservation Road," opposite Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Ruffalo; Edward Zwick's
"Blood Diamond," with Leonardo DiCaprio; Todd Field's "Little Children"; Walter
Salles' "Dark Water"; Vadim Perelman's "House of Sand and Fog"; Ang Lee's "The
Hulk"; and Ed Harris' "Pollock."
Connelly was widely praised for her haunting portrayal of a drug addict in
Darren Aronofsky's critically acclaimed "Requiem for a Dream," and her work in
the film earned her an Independent Spirit Award Nomination. Connelly also
starred in Keith Gordon's "Waking the Dead"; Pat O'Connor's "Inventing the
Abbotts"; Lee Tamahori's "Mulholland Falls"; John Singleton's "Higher Learning";
and Joe Johnston's "The Rocketeer." Connelly's first film was Sergio Leone's
"Once Upon A Time in America."
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