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MENA SUVARI (Annie Huttinger) has become one of the most sought after young actresses in Hollywood. She was nominated for a British Academy Award for her critically acclaimed performance in the Oscar Award-winning film American Beauty, co-starring with Kevin Spacey and Annette Benning. She also starred in the outrageous comedy hit American Pie and its sequel American Pie 2, which grossed over $300 million worldwide. 

Most recently, Suvari starred in the feature Domino, directed by Tony Scott, opposite Christopher Walken and Keira Knightley. Other recent releases include Beauty Shop, starring opposite Queen Latifah and Kevin Bacon, and Trauma with Colin Firth, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004 and was released worldwide in October, 2005. The film was produced by Jonathan Cavendish (Bridget Jones' Diary) and Nicky Kentish Barnes (About a Boy). 

She rekindled her relationship with Alan Ball and won critical praise recurring on the acclaimed HBO series Six Feet Under, playing Edie, an eccentric lesbian performance artist. 

In 2003, Suvari made her stage debut in The World of Nick Adams at The Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, where she starred as Marjorie, opposite Paul Newman, Jack Nicholson, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts and Matt Damon.

In 2002, she starred in two widely applauded independent feature films. The first was Nicolas Cage's directing debut Sonny, in which she appeared opposite James Franco, Brenda Blethyn and Harry Dean Stanton. The feature premiered at the 2002 Deauville Film Festival. The second film was Spun, directed by acclaimed music director Jonas Åkerlund, starring opposite John Leguizamo. She played a daring role as a young woman addicted to crystal meth. The film premiered at the Deauville, Toronto, and Sundance Film Festivals.

In 2000, Suvari starred opposite Greg Kinnear and Jason Biggs in Loser, directed by Amy Heckerling. In 2001, she starred in Sugar & Spice, and was seen as a young French girl in 1630s France in the film The Musketeer, starring opposite Tim Roth, Stephen Rea, Catherine Deneuve and Justin Chambers. 

Suvari was the winner of two Movieline Awards for "Breakthrough Performance” for American Beauty and "Best Ensemble Cast” for American Pie. She also received a Screen Actor's Guild Award for "Best Ensemble Cast” for American Beauty.

She made her film debut with a starring role in the Greg Araki film Nowhere. Her other film credits include Slums of Beverly Hills, Kiss the Girls and Snide and Prejudice. Suvari's other notable television appearances included a recurring part on the Steven Spielberg-produced drama series High Incident, and she won acclaim for her portrayal of an HIV-infected youth on Chicago Hope.

In 2003, Suvari became the new worldwide advertising face of the famed Paris cosmetic company Lancôme, and in 2005, she will be featured by the acclaimed jewelry house Harry Winston in their winter advertising campaign, shot by the late legendary photographer Richard Avedon.


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