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SANDRA BULLOCK (Debbie Ocean) is one of Hollywood's most sought after leading ladies. In 2014, she received her second Academy Award nomination, for Best Actress, for her performance as Dr. Ryan Stone in the critically acclaimed sci-fi thriller "Gravity," directed by Alfonso Cuaron. Her portrayal also garnered her nominations for the Critics' Choice, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, as well as her first BAFTA Award nomination. Earning $723 million worldwide, "Gravity" is Bullock's highest-grossing film and her most critically acknowledged, winning seven Academy Awards. Most recently, Bullock completed production on Netflix's post-apocalyptic thriller "Bird Box," directed by Susanne Bier.

In 2010, Bullock won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in "The Blind Side," in which she portrays Leigh Anne Tuohy, the matriarch of a conservative suburban household. Based on the true story of Michael Oher, "The Blind Side" was released in 2009 and earned $309 million at the global box office. Bullock also won a Critics' Choice Award, a Golden Globe, and a SAG Award for her role. In the same year, Bullock starred in the enormously successful "The Proposal," which earned over $317 million worldwide and brought her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy. In 2013, Bullock starred alongside Melissa McCarthy in the buddy cop comedy "The Heat," which was the second-highest-grossing comedy of the year.

Following acclaimed roles in several motion pictures, Bullock's breakthrough came in the 1994 runaway hit "Speed." Her next two features, "While You Were Sleeping," for which she earned her first Golden Globe nomination, and "The Net," were both critical and popular successes. Her early credits also include starring roles in "The Vanishing," "The Thing Called Love," "Demolition Man," "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway," "Two If by Sea," "A Time to Kill," "In Love and War," "Practical Magic," "Divine Secrets of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood," and the psychological thriller "Murder by Numbers," which she also executive produced. She also produced and starred in the hit comedy "Miss Congeniality," as well as the sequel, "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous."

She went on to receive critical acclaim for her role as Harper Lee in "Infamous," which chronicles Truman Capote's life from 1959 through 1965. Her other films include the Oscar-winning Best Picture "Crash"; "The Lake House," opposite Keanu Reeves; the psychological thriller "Premonition"; the drama "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close"; and the political drama "Our Brand is Crisis."

In addition to her Oscar, Golden Globe, and SAG Awards, Bullock has received numerous awards and nominations for her acting, including four MTV Movie Awards, nine Teen Choice Awards, ten People's Choice Awards, and three Critics' Choice Awards.

Bullock has donated millions of dollars to support the work of the American Red Cross, including donations in response to the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunamis, and relief efforts following the earthquakes in Haiti and Japan, and Hurricane Harvey in 2017. In addition, she continually supports New Orleans' Warren Easton Charter School, the oldest public high school in the state of Louisiana, which was damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In 2013, she was presented with the first ever People's Choice Award for Favorite Humanitarian.


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