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Biography #2 (for Dark Water)

Jennifer Connelly, an Academy Award winner, has proven her versatility as an actress. Connelly received a Golden Globe, BAFTA award, AFI award, Broadcast Critics award and Academy Award for her role in Ron Howard's A Beautiful Mind.

Connelly will be seen this July in Disney's Walter Salles-directed thriller, DARK WATER, alongside John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, and Pete Postlethwaite. Her next project will be Todd Field's relationship drama Little Children, about a group of young married couples whose lives intersect with unexpected results, in which she will star alongside Kate Winslet and Patrick Wilson.

Connelly most recently co-starred opposite Ben Kingsley in DreamWorks' House of Sand and Fog, directed by Vadim Perelman. Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, House of Sand and Fog tells the story of three characters faced with an extraordinary situation and what they are willing to do to achieve their goal. In the summer of 2003, Connelly co-starred in Ang Lee's The Hulk for Universal opposite Eric Bana, Nick Nolte, Sam Elliott, and Josh Lucas.

Connelly has garnered much attention for her performance in the critically acclaimed film by Darren Aronofsky, Requiem for a Dream. Her haunting portrayal of a drug addict earned her an Independent Film Spirit Award nomination. Connelly also starred in Ed Harris' highly acclaimed film Pollock, as well as in Keith Gordon's Waking the Dead opposite Billy Crudup.

Her other film credits include Pat O'Connor's Inventing the Abbotts, also starring opposite Billy Crudup; Lee Tamahori's 1950's crime drama Mulholland Falls; John Singleton's controversial film Higher Learning; Of Love and Shadows, directed by Betty Kaplan and co-starring Antonio Banderas; Disney's The Rocketeer, directed by Joe Johnston; and the comedy Career Opportunities written by John Hughes. Connelly's first film was Sergio Leone's Once Upon a Time in America.

Bio courtesy Buena Vista for "Dark Water" (06-Jul-2005)


Biography #3 (for The Hulk)

Academy Award winner Jennifer Connelly has proven her versatility as an actress. Connelly received a Golden Globe, BAFTA, AFI, Broadcast Critics and Academy Award for her role in Ron Howard's A Beautiful Mind. She most recently completed production on The House of Sand and Fog, directed by Vadim Perelman and starring opposite Ben Kingsley.

Connelly starred in the critically acclaimed film by Darren Aronofsky, Requiem for a Dream. Her haunting portrayal of a drug addict earned her an Independent Film Spirit Award nomination. Connelly also starred in Ed Harris' highly acclaimed film, Pollock, as well as in Keith Gordon's Waking the Dead, opposite Billy Crudup.

Her other film credits include Pat O'Connor's Inventing the Abbotts, also starring opposite Billy Crudup; Lee Tamahori's 1950's crime drama, Mulholland Falls; John Singleton's controversial film, Higher Learning; Of Love and Shadows, directed by Betty Kaplan and co-starring Antonio Banderas; The Rocketeer, directed by Joe Johnston; and the comedy, Career Opportunities, written by John Hughes, as well as Sergio Leone's Once Upon A Time in America.

Bio courtesy Universal Pictures for "The Hulk" (21-Jun-2003)


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