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KERI RUSSELL (Ellie) stars in the original FX series The Americans, a drama that centers on Russian sleeper cells operating within the United States in the 1980s.

In 2013, Russell also stars in two motion pictures: Dark Skies, a science fiction - horror thriller, and the romantic comedy Austenland, directed by Joshua Hess, about a woman obsessed with the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice who travels to a Jane Austen-theme park in search of her perfect gentleman. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

The award-winning actress previously entranced audiences with her portrayal of the eponymous character Felicity, making the show a break out phenomenon. On the show, Felicity Porter's rash decision to follow her high school crush to New York becomes a path to self-discovery - and her dilemmas spoke to viewers everywhere. For her efforts, Russell won a Golden Globe Award in 1999.

Simultaneously, Russell added to her motion picture credits, with roles in Eight Days a Week, The Curve, Mad About Mambo and the Vietnam War drama We Were Soldiers.

After Felicity concluded, Russell moved to New York City where she made her Off-Broadway stage debut in Neil LaBute's Fat Pig with Jeremy Piven and Andrew McCarthy.

Her on-screen charm and vulnerability led to many memorable motion picture portraits, as Russell appeared in The Upside of Anger with Kevin Costner and Joan Allen, Mission: Impossible III with Tom Cruise, Waitress, The Girl in the Park, August Rush, Bedtime Stories, Leaves of Grass, Extraordinary Measures and Goats.

Her additional television credits include the mini-series Into the West, executive produced by Steven Spielberg and the Hallmark Hall of Fame Presentation The Magic of Ordinary Days and the television series Running Wild opposite Will Arnett.


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