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Biography #2Born and raised in New York City, Rue has been working in television and film since she was 9 years old when she was cast as Burt Lancaster's granddaughter in the feature film comedy Rocket Gibraltar. Shortly after, she won critical acclaim for her television series debut starring in the comedy Grand. Since then, she has appeared on television as a series regular in Phenom and Minor Adjustments, in recurring roles on Pearl and The Simple Life, and guest-starred on ER and Chicago Hope.
Rue's most recent feature film work includes the hit big-screen comedy Can't Hardly Wait. Upcoming, she will star opposite Lily Taylor and Guy Pearce in Anne Tyler's A Slipping Down Life and with Sigourney Weaver and Julianne Moore in Map of the World. She has also appeared in the feature films Passed Away starring Bob Hoskins and Nowhere to Go with Marianne Jean-Baptist.
On stage, Rue starred in New York's Ensemble Studio Theatre productions The Shallow End and Seventh Word, Four Syllables. Last summer, she made her Los Angeles theater debut in the critically acclaimed The Water Children at the Matrix Theatre.
When not working, Rue enjoys playing guitar, singing and writing songs. She has performed in coffeehouses throughout Los Angeles and enjoys trying out new songs on her three cats and Norman, her bearded-dragon lizard.
Bio courtesy Warner Bros. (01-Jan-2000)