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Born: December 12, 1970 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2000:
Breakthrough role was as a drug addicted fashion designer in Darren Aronofsky's "Requiem for a Dream"
1993:
Played a spoiled rich girl, opposite Frank Whaley in John Hughes' "Career Opportunities"
1996:
Played Nick Nolte's mistress whose death is at the center of a mystery in "Mulholland Falls"
2006:
Played Patrick Wilson's wife in Todd Field's "Little Children"
1997:
Portrayed one of three alluring sisters in "Inventing the Abbotts"; first collaboration with Billy Crudup
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Began modeling and doing commercials at age ten; continued working as a model until her teens
2009:
Lent her voice to the feature-length adaptation of Shane Acker's short film, "9"
1984:
Made feature acting debut in "Once Upon a Time in America"; played Elizabeth McGovern's character as a child
1995:
Portrayed a collegiate lesbian in John Singleton's "Higher Learning"
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Raised in Brooklyn Heights, New York
2005:
Starred in the thriller "Dark Water," which was based on a Japanese film
2007:
Acted in the Terry George directed "Reservation Road" with Joaquin Phoenix
1998:
Co-starred as Rufus Sewell's estranged spouse in "Dark City"
2008:
Co-starred in the remake of the 1951 science fiction movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still"
2006:
Played a journalist in Edward Zwick's "Blood Diamond" opposite Leonardo DiCaprio
2001:
Played Alicia Nash, the long-suffering wife of schizophrenic mathematician, John Forbes Nash, Jr. (played by Russell Crowe) in Ron Howard's film "A Beautiful Mind"
2000:
Played Jackson Pollock's mistress in the biopic "Pollock" starring and directed by Ed Harris
2000:
Re-teamed with Crudup for the romantic drama "Waking the Dead"
2003:
Cast opposite Eric Bana in Ang Lee's "The Hulk"
2009:
Joined an ensemble cast for the feature adaptation of the bestselling book, "He's Just Not That Into You"
2003:
Played a recovering addict trying to save her home in Vadim Perelman's "House of Sand and Fog"
1986:
Starred in the coming-of-age movie "Seven Minutes in Heaven"
2014:
Played Naameh in Aranofsky's "Noah"
2016:
Starred in Ewan McGregor's directorial debut, "American Pastoral"
2017:
Provided voice of Karen in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," the equivalent to husband Bettany's previous character Jarvis
2018:
Landed roles in "Snowpiercer" TV series, "Alita: Battle Angel," and "Top Gun: Maverick"
1986:
Played a teenager who wishes her baby brother into the world of goblins ruled by king Jareth (David Bowie) in "Labyrinth"
1991:
Cast as the female lead opposite Bill Campbell in "The Rocketeer"
2014:
Starred in husband Paul Bettany's directorial debut, "Shelter," opposite Anthony Mackie

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