Jennifer Connelly
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The Blood Diamond (2007)
The Berkeley Connection (2006)
Little Children (2006)
[ Kate Winslet ][ Sarah Buxton ]
Dark Water (2005)
[ Camryn Manheim ][ Ariel Gade ]
House of Sand and Fog (2003)
[ Kim Dickens ][ Shohreh Aghdashloo ][ Navi Rawat ]
Hulk (2003)
[ Cara Buono ][ Barbara Harris ]
A Beautiful Mind (2001)
[ Vivien Cardone ][ Cheryl Axley ]
Pollock (2000)
[ Marcia Gay-Harden ][ Amy Madigan ][ Stephanie Seymour ][ Annabelle Gurwitch ][ Penny Ellington ]
Requiem for a Dream (2000)
[ Ellen Burstyn ]
Waking the Dead (2000)
[ Sandra Oh ][ Molly Parker ][ Janet McTeer ]
Dark City (1998)
[ Melissa George ]
Inventing the Abbotts (1997)
[ Liv Tyler ][ Julie Benz ][ Kathy Baker ][ Joanna Going ][ Barbara Williams ]
Far Harbor (1996)
[ Marcia Gay-Harden ][ Tracee Ellis Ross ]
Mulholland Falls (1996)
[ Melanie Griffith ][ Melinda Clarke ][ Louise Fletcher ][ Barbara Harris ][ Suzanne Solari ]
Higher Learning (1995)
[ Gwyneth Paltrow ][ Kristy Swanson ][ Bridgette Wilson ][ Kari Wuhrer ][ Tyra Banks ]
Of Love and Shadows (1994)
[ Stefania Sandrelli ]
The Heart of Justice (1993)
[ Felicity Huffman ][ Barbara Harris ]
The Rocketeer (1991)
[ Melora Hardin ][ Penny Ellington ]
Career Opportunities (1991)
The Hot Spot (1990)
[ Virginia Madsen ][ Kd Lang ][ Barbara Harris ][ Debra Cole ]
Some Girls (1988)
[ Sheila Kelley ][ Florinda Bolkan ]
Étoile (1988)
Labyrinth (1986)
Seven Minutes in Heaven (1985)
[ Lauren Holly ][ Maddie Corman ]
Phenomena (1985)
[ Daria Nicolodi ][ Dalila Di-Lazzaro ]
The Valley (1985)
Once Upon a Time in America (1984)
[ Elizabeth McGovern ][ Tuesday Weld ][ Darlanne Fluegel ] 100 Hot DVDs

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Robert De Niro
Leonardo Dicaprio
Joaquin Phoenix
Russell Crowe
Val Kilmer
Kiefer Sutherland
Antonio Banderas
Jared Leto
John Malkovich
Ron Howard
Robert Duvall
Eric Bana
Michael Keaton
Michael Madsen
George Lucas
Paul Bettany


Once described as resembling a teenage Elizabeth Taylor, one gets the feeling that Jennifer Connelly may, with her winning of the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in A Beautiful Mind (2001), have finally found what she once referred to as, "the film I'm really proud of and really love." And though she has graced the screens of theaters since 1984, Connelly remains a capable and versatile actress undefined by any single role or film.Born in the Catskill Mountains of mid-state New York in December of 1970, and raised in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood of New York City, Connelly got her start in show business as a model at the age of ten. Quickly coming into high demand due to her striking beauty, Connelly often traveled abroad, where she eventually made her acting debut. The burgeoning actress landed her first role in an episode of the British horror anthology Tales of the Unexpected, and soon found work in small roles such as the Duran Duran music video for "Union of the Snake" before making her feature debut in Sergio Leone's sprawling gangster epic Once Upon a Time in America. Connelly's next film role, as a gifted schoolgirl who teams with an entomologist to solve a string of murders in Dario Argento's Phenomena, proved that the young actress was well capable of handling leading roles. After a memorable Dorothy-esque turn in Jim Henson's fantasy adventure Labyrinth (1986), in which she must rescue her brother from Goblin King David Bowie, Connelly seemed to almost disappear for a short while. Subsequent appearances in such forgettable films as The Hot Spot and The Rocketeer, while frequent and helping the actress to maintain visibility, remained unchallenging and did little to advance her career.Things began to look up for the talented actress in the mid-'90s. Maturing into an actress capable of taking on challenging roles, Connelly's portrayal of a sensitive lesbian who befriends college freshman Kristy Swanson in John Singleton's Higher Learning hinted at abilities previously unexplored. After small roles in such well-received films as Lee Tamahori's Mulholland Falls and Alex Proyas' Dark City, Connelly was nominated for an Independent Spirit award for her portrayal of a burned-out junkie in Darren Aronofsky's emotionally jarring Requiem for a Dream (2000). In addition, 2000 brought Connelly her first recurring television role, in the fast-paced Wall Street weekly The $treet, and a role in Ed Harris' directing debut, the Jackson Pollock biopic Pollock. The following year found Connelly at a turning point in director Ron Howard's A Beautiful Mind. As the loyal wife of famed mathematician turned paranoid schizophrenic John Forbes Nash Jr. (portrayed in the film by Gladiator star Russell Crowe), Connelly once again showed her versatility and ability to gracefully shine amidst such notable talents as Crowe and Howard. With her roles in the early 2000s increasing in both emotional scope and dimension, Connellywould next appear in acclaimed director Ang Lee's eagerly anticipated The Hulk before taking the female lead in The House of Sand and Fog (both 2003).

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