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JULIA STILES (Elizabeth) Stiles can currently be seen starring in Neil Jordan's miniseries "Riviera" which is in its 2nd season. Stiles starred as 'Nicky Parsons' in the latest installment of the BOURNE franchise, directed by Paul Greengrass and opposite Matt Damon. She recently completed filming Theresa Rebeck's Trouble opposite Bill Pullman, Anjelica House and Brian D'Arcy James and The Drowning.

Stiles' other recent credits include Blackway opposite Anthony Hopkins, and Ray Liotta, directed by Daniel Alfredson (The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest); Lionsgate thriller Misconduct, opposite Al Pacino, Anthony Hopkins and Josh Duhamel. She is also featured in the The Great Gilly Hopkins, based on Katherine Paterson's popular book, opposite Glenn Close and Kathy Bates which will be released by Lionsgate later this fall.

Additional film credits include Silver Linings Playbook, Out of the Dark, Closed Circuit; Between Us, It's a Disaster, The Business of Strangers, Save the Last Dance, State & Main, The Omen, and Mona Lisa Smile, the Bourne Trilogy and three Shakespearean film adaptations-Hamlet, O and 10 Things I Hate About You.

In 2011, Stiles received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work on Showtime's critically acclaimed series" Dexter," opposite Michael C. Hall. Additional TV credits include an arc on "The Mindy Project."

Stiles has been at the forefront of the new world of digital media and content. She stars in the HULU web series "Blue," directed by Rodrigo Garcia and produced by Jon Avnet for the WIGS network. Julia also teamed up with WIGS to create the web series "Paloma," which she wrote and directed for two seasons.

Stiles began her career on stage at La MaMa Theatre and has since appeared in Shakespeare-in-the-Park's Twelfth Night; the London and Broadway revival of David Mamet's Oleanna (with Aaron Eckhart and Bill Pullman, respectively); and opposite Mia Farrow in James Lapine's Fran's Bed.

Stiles also wrote and directed the short film "Raving," starring Zooey Deschanel, for Elle magazine's film series. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and on the Sundance Channel.

Julia is a graduate of Columbia University.


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