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Biography #2 (for The Fog)

One of Hollywood's most exciting and versatile young actors, Selma Blair first gained attention for her performance in Cruel Intentions, a youthful retelling of the classic novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses.

After graduating from high school in Michigan, Blair moved to New York City to pursue her goal of being a photographer but found her way to acting classes at the Stella Adler Conservatory and the Column Theatre.

Blair starred for two seasons as the title character in the WB's Zoe and then appeared in the hit comedy Legally Blonde opposite Reese Witherspoon. She subsequently starred opposite Cameron Diaz and Christina Applegate in The Sweetest Thing and in two independent films that garnered her much critical acclaim: Dana Lustig's Kill Me Later and Todd Solodnz's controversial Storytelling.

Last year, Blair starred in Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy -- the sequel to which she will shoot next year -- and appeared in John Waters' A Dirty Shame. She was most recently seen in Paul Weitz's In Good Company opposite Topher Grace.

Her upcoming film appearances include Pretty Persuasion, The Alibi opposite Steve Coogan and The Night of the White Pants starring Tom Wilkinson and Nick Stahl.

Bio courtesy Sony Pictures Entertainment for "The Fog" (18-Dec-2005)


Biography #3 (for A Guy Thing)

Selma Blair, a native of Southfield, Michigan, is best known for her starring role in Cruel Intentions, a youthful retelling of the classic novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Her sly performance as the bumbling Cecile earned rave reviews and an MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss with Sarah Michelle Gellar. Blair was also nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance for her role and won the Movieline Magazine Award for Most Exciting New Face.

After graduating from high school, Blair moved to New York City to pursue photography. Instead, she took acting classes at The Stella Adler Conservatory and The Column Theatre. An agent discovered Blair in acting class, and one week later she received her SAG card for a television commercial.

Blair starred for two seasons as the title character in the WB's Zoe. Most recently, she starred in Legally Blonde and in director Dana Lustig's independent feature Kill Me Later. Blair also starred in director Todd Solodnz's Storytelling. In The Sweetest Thing, Blair reunited with Cruel Intentions' director Roger Krumble and starred opposite Cameron Diaz and Christina Applegate.

Bio courtesy MGM for "A Guy Thing" (01-Jan-2000)