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VERA FARMIGA (Jane Doe) continues to captivate audiences with her ability to embody each of her diverse and engaging roles.

Farmiga most recently starred in Jaume Collet-Serra's thriller The Commuter opposite Liam Neeson, and in an episode of the series Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams directed by Dee Rees. She will next be seen in Boundaries opposite Christopher Plummer.

In 2019, she will be seen in the upcoming installment to the blockbuster franchise, Godzilla, King of Monsters. She also recently starred in filming Jason Reitman's political drama, The Front Runner, based on the real-life story of U.S. Senator Gary Hart, in which Farmiga stars as Hart's wife, Lee, opposite Hugh Jackman. She was nominated for an Oscar and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Reitman's Up in the Air opposite George Clooney.

In 2017, Farmiga starred in the fifth and final season of the original series, Bates Motel, a modern-day prequel to Hitchcock's genre-defining film, Psycho. Farmiga, who earned a 2013 Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role, starred as the iconic character, "Norma," in the series which gave audiences a glimpse into the dark and deeply intricate relationship Norman Bates has with his mother. The critically acclaimed series went on to win the 2016 People's Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Drama.

In 2016, she starred in Jordan Roberts' film Burn Your Maps opposite Marton Csokas, which premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. That summer, Farmiga starred alongside Patrick Wilson in James Wan's box office smash The Conjuring 2, the sequel to the 2013 hit The Conjuring, in which she also starred. Both films broke box office records and grossed over $300 million worldwide. That same year, Vera also appeared in Ricky Gervais' comedy, Special Correspondents opposite Gervais, Eric Bana and America Ferrera. She is also well known for her starring role in Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning 2006 Best Picture, The Departed.

In 2011, Farmiga directed and starred in the critically acclaimed independent film Higher Ground, which won awards at the Sundance Film Festival, the Gotham Awards, Satellite Awards, Artios Awards and Alliance of Film Women Journalists.

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