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Two-time Golden Globe nominee Leelee Sobieski’s recent projects include the feature films “Public Enemies,” “88 Minutes,” “Wicker Man,” “In The Name Of The King: Dungeon Siege,” “Finding Bliss,” the independent feature “Heaven’s Fall,” which screened at the SXSW Film Festival and “Lying,” which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Prior to studying fine arts and literature at Brown University, Sobieski starred in the feature films “Joy Ride,” “The Glass House” and “My First Mister.” In France, she starred in the French-language film “L’idole,” and in an adaptation of the novel “Dangerous Liaisons” that filmed in both French and English. Other feature film credits include “Eyes Wide Shut,” “Never Been Kissed,” “Here on Earth,” “Deep Impact” and “Jungle 2 Jungle.” Sobieski garnered a Golden Globe nomination for the mini-series “Uprising.” Her previous foray into television garnered both a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award nomination for the portrayal of legendary Joan of Arc in the mini-series “Joan of Arc,” on the Network. Discovered by a casting director in her New York City school cafeteria, Sobieski soon landed starring roles in the television movies “Reunion” and “A Horse for Danny,” and the series “Charlie Grace.” Her hometown is New York City and her birth date is June 10.