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Biography #2 (for The Station Agent)

Michelle Williams has starred on Dawson's Creek since it's debut. Set for release in 2003, Williams will co-star in PROZAC NATION, based on Elizabeth Wurtzel's best-selling novel, with Christina Ricci, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Jessica Lange. Williams is also featured in the film THE UNITED STATES OF LELAND, co-starring Kevin Spacey and Don Cheadle. The film debuts at Sundance in January 2003. In addition Williams co-stars in THE STATION AGENT which also debuts at Sundance in January 2003. Williams is currently in production on A Hole in One. She stars opposite Meat Loaf. No release date has been set. During her most recent hiatus from Dawson's Creek, Williams starred in the off-Broadway play Smelling A Rat, written by acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh.

Williams features film credits include Sandra Goldbacher's ME WITHOUT YOU, the story of two best friends growing up in the outskirts of London in the 1970s and '80s. Williams stars in the film opposite Anna Friel and Kyle MacLachlan. She also co-starred in PERFUME, an improvisational digital film which co-stars Omar Epps, Jeff Goldblum and Paul Sorvino. Additionally, Williams starred opposite Kirsten Dunst in the satirical comedy DICK about two 1970s teenagers who make a wrong turn on a White House tour and find themselves swept up in the political intrigue of Watergate. She also appeared opposite Jamie Lee Curtis in the sequel thriller HALLOWEEN: H20 and opposite Jessica Lange, Jason Robards, Michelle Pfeiffer and Jennifer Jason Leigh in A THOUSAND ACRES. On television, Williams received rave reviews for her performance in HBO's saga of the lesbian experience in America, IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK II, opposite Chloe Sevigny. The proverbial small town girl, Williams was born and raised in rural Kalispell, Mont., before moving with her family to San Diego when she was 10 years old. She began commuting to Los Angeles for auditions and began her career at the age of 12 starring opposite James Earl Jones in the independent short film FRIENDS.

for "The Station Agent" updated 30-Mar-2003