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First Name
Liliane

Last Name
Kimmel

Birthday
1983-06-10

Height
70

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Blue

Hair Color
Blonde

Birthplace
New York City, New York USA

Zodiac Sign
Gemini

Ethnicity
White

Claim to Fame
Radio Killer

Nationality
American

Gender
Female

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Producer

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Profile Bio Text
Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski (born June 10, 1983), known professionally as Leelee Sobieski, is an American actress. Sobieski achieved recognition in her mid-teens for her performance in the 1998 film Deep Impact. She received an Emmy nomination for the 1999 TV movie Joan of Arc, and two Golden Globe nominations for Joan of Arc and the 2001 TV movie Uprising. Sobieski was born in New York City. Her parents are American novelist/screenwriter Elizabeth (née Salomon), who also works as Sobieski's manager, and French painter and former actor Jean Sobieski. Sobieski has a younger brother, Robert. Sobieski's first name, "Liliane", was the name of her paternal grandmother. One of her middle names, "Elsveta", is derived from "Elżbieta", which is the Polish equivalent of "Elizabeth". Her father is of Polish and Swiss ancestry. Her maternal grandfather, United States Navy captain Robert Salomon, was Jewish, and Sobieski grew up in a "pan-religious" family; she has said that she is "proud of [her] Jewish roots". She attended Trevor Day School and studied literature and fine art at Brown University. Sobieski was spotted by a talent scout who noticed her while he was scouting the cafeteria of a New York City private school. After that encounter, she became a candidate for the role of Claudia in Interview with the Vampire (1994), which she eventually lost out to Kirsten Dunst. She portrayed the character of Anna Yates in the 1994 TV movie Reunion, which starred Marlo Thomas. Next, she played a lead role in A Horse for Danny, a made-for-television film which was released in 1995. Later, she had a major role in the comedy feature film Jungle 2 Jungle, with Tim Allen. In the film, she played the daughter of Martin Short's character. She rose to fame in her mid-teens with her appearance in the movie Deep Impact (1998). The film was a major financial success, grossing over $349 million worldwide on a $75 million production budget. Deep Impact brought her to the attention of many casting directors. That same year Sobieski appeared in the Merchant Ivory film A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries. Sobieski's performance received praise from the critics; Emanuel Levy of Variety wrote that "the graceful Sobieski registers strongly as a potential star, combining physical charm with technical skill." The film also garnered her a Young Artist Award nomination, as well as a nomination by the Chicago Film Critics Association. In 1999, she was cast as a supporting role in the teen comedy feature Never Been Kissed, which was starring Drew Barrymore. Sobieski also played a modern Lolita in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut. The film opened to generally positive reviews, but it generated several censorship controversies due to the explicit nature of its sex scenes. Recalling acting alongside Tom Cruise, she said he was "very kind and considerate with me," and says her most vivid recollection of Stanley Kubrick was that he "genuinely seemed to hold something magic". The title role in the TV movie Joan of Arc (1999) earned her an Emmy nomination and a Golden Globe nomination, and she became the youngest actress ever to portray Joan of Arc in a movie. She received a second nomination for a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Tosia Altman in the 2001 TV movie Uprising. In 2000, Sobieski was a part of the cast of the film Here on Earth, for which she received a Teen Choice Award nomination. In 2001, Sobieski played the lead role in the road horror film Joy Ride with Paul Walker and Steve Zahn. The film received several favorable reviews. Garth Franklin of Dark Horizons stated that Sobieski "does a better job than usual". That same year, she was cast in the thriller The Glass House, in which she appeared alongside Diane Lane. The film was panned by critics, and had a disappointing weekend $5,738,448 gross with little promotion. My First Mister, a low-budget drama, was also released in 2001. Sobieski's performance in the film was praised by critics, with Pete Croatto of Filmcritic.com writing that "As for Sobieski, who I've always liked, she does another fine job. This time it's with a shaky character – the troubled Goth chick", and "Sobieski finds her character's human touch and runs with it." Sobieski landed a starring role in the independent film L'Idole (2002), which opened at the Toronto International Film Festival. She then starred alongside John Cusack in the drama feature Max. She portrayed the character of Cecile in the miniseries Les Liaisons dangereuses (2003) with Catherine Deneuve and Rupert Everett, an adaptation of Laclos's classic novel of sexual intrigue made use of her fluency in French. She portrayed the role of Daneira in Hercules, a television miniseries which was premiered on May 15, 2005. In May 2006, the experimental-indie film Lying, in which Sobieski starred

High School
Trevor Day School

University
Brown University

Official Websites
celebrity.wikia.com/wiki/Leelee_Sobieski

Full Name at Birth
Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski

Bust (inches)
34

Waist (inches)
23

Hips (inches)
32

Cup Size
C

Weight
126

Father
Jean Sobieski

Mother
Elizabeth Salomon

Brother
Robert Sobieski

Favorite Accessories
Long Dangling Earrings

Age
34

Wikipedia Text

Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski (born June 10, 1983), known professionally as Leelee Sobieski, is an American film and television actress. Sobieski achieved recognition in her mid-teens for her performance in the 1998 film Deep Impact and as the daughter of a costume store owner in Eyes Wide Shut (1999). She received an Emmy nomination for the 1999 TV movie Joan of Arc, and two Golden Globe nominations for Joan of Arc and the 2001 TV movie Uprising.


Relationship Status
Married

Occupation Text
Actress

Year(s) Active
1995–present

Middle Name
Rudabet Gloria Elsveta

Maiden Name
Sobieski

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0005447/

Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)
Paradigm Agency N.Y., Mosaic Talent Agency

Official Websites
www.leeleesobieski.com/, www.nndb.com/people/148/000026070/

Shoe Size
10.5

Religion
Agnostic

Wiki Bio Text
==Leelee Sobieski== Actress - ====Date of Birth==== 10 June 1983, New York City, New York, USA ====Birth Name==== Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski ====Nickname==== Lee ====Height==== 5' 10" (1.78 m) ===Mini Bio (1)=== ====Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski==== was born June 10, 1983 in New York City, New York. She is the daughter of Elizabeth Sobieski (née Salomon), a writer, and Jean Sobieski, a painter who has also acted. She has a younger brother, Robert. Her father, born in France, is of Polish and Swiss descent, while her mother is of three quarters Ashkenazi Jewish and one quarter Dutch, ancestry. ====Sobieski caught the attention of==== a casting agent who noticed her while he was scouting the cafeteria of a New York City private school. Leelee's first major audition was for a role in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994). She ended up losing the role to Kirsten Dunst, but that didn't stop her. At age 11 she co-starred in the TV movie Reunion (1994) with Marlo Thomas and a year later starred in A Horse for Danny (1995). In 1998 Leelee starring opposite Elijah Wood in Deep Impact (1998). The film, which was one of the summer's biggest hits, garnered Leelee great reviews and brought her to the attention of many casting directors. Next up was Joan of Arc (1999), which she shot in the Czech Republic and for which she received an Emmy nomination. While working on Joan of Arc (1999), she was also shooting a film with Tom Cruise, Eyes Wide Shut (1999). The film, shot under strict secrecy by the notoriously reclusive Stanley Kubrick, had Leelee cast as a teenage nymphet who tempts Cruise's character. While shooting the film she developed a friendship with Stanley Kubrick and was heartbroken when he died soon after its completion. ====Leelee went on to star==== with other big names: Drew Barrymore in Never Been Kissed (1999); Diane Lane in The Glass House (2001) and Josh Hartnett & Chris Klein in Here on Earth (2000). ====Leelee married==== fashion designer Adam Kimmel in 2010. The couple has two children. - IMDb Mini Biography By: bcnu_84@hotmail.com ===Spouse (2)=== ====Adam Kimmel==== (31 August 2010 - present) (2 children) ====Matthew Davis==== (September 2008 - 2009) (divorced) ===Trivia (17)=== ====Discovered by a casting director==== in her New York City school cafeteria. ====Enjoys painting,==== ceramics, poetry, martial arts, and horseback riding. ====Her parents,==== her father is Jean Sobieski, a New York City painter, and her mother, Elizabeth Sobieski, is a writer. ====Has a younger brother,==== Roby Sobieski, born 1988. ====Collects locks of hair==== from major stars appearing with her in films. Tom Cruise declined her request when filming Eyes Wide Shut (1999). ====Bears such an uncanny resemblance==== to actress Helen Hunt that many people believe she is Hunt's younger sister. The two are not related. ====Is fluent in French.==== ====Australian band==== Primitive Whore perform a song titled "Why Leelee won't Love Me". ====Her father,==== Jean Sobieski, is a French-born painter. Her mother, Elizabeth Sobieski (née Salomon), is an American-born writer. Leelee's father is of Polish and Swiss descent. Leelee's maternal grandfather was from a Russian Jewish family, while Leelee's maternal grandmother was of Belarusian Jewish/Lithuanian Jewish descent (on her own father's side), and of Dutch descent (on her own mother's side). ====In 2001,==== she matriculated with the class of 2005 at Brown University, but she has since taken time off to advance her career. She remains a popular topic of conversation of Brown students. ====Youngest actress==== ever to portray Joan of Arc in a movie (Joan of Arc (1999)) and, because of that, the one who is the closest to the real age of the historical figure at the time the story takes place. ====Her father,==== Jean Sobieski, lived with French singer Dalida in Paris in the '60s. ====Spent part of==== her childhood on a ranch in France. ====Gave birth==== to her 1st child at age 26, a daughter named Louisanna Ray Kimmel on December 15, 2009. Child's father is her fiancé (now 2nd husband), Adam Kimmel. ====Returned to work==== 6 months after giving birth to her daughter Louisianna in order to film her guest appearance on Drop Dead Diva (2009). ====(August 31, 2010)==== Married for the 2nd tie her boyfriend of 19 months and father of her 8-month-old daughter, Louisanna, Adam Kimmel following a 13-month-long engagement. ====Gave birth to==== her 2nd child at age 31, a son named Martin Kimmel in July 2014. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Adam Kimmel. ===Personal Quotes (21)=== ====Honestly,==== ever since I've been married, the part of a job as an actress where you have to kiss other people, I find totally bizarre. ====I'm open to==== whatever is meant to be, it will be. ====I did try==== to get a few of those teen high-school movies, but they just didn't like me. I guess I wasn't a certain type. ====I was being honest==== - I have nothing to hide. All I do, all the time, with everybody, is tell them what I am thinking, what I am feeling. ====I'm a hopeless romantic==== with a dirty mind. ====I think people really don't like cops so much;==== they're kind of rude to them or treat them like they can't see them. ====I text my girlfriends.==== I look at Facebook. I check my e-mail. If I'm away from the news cycle more than a few hours, I feel out of touch. ====I live in New York==== and it's the greatest city, but sometimes I want to move to the place with the porch and the lemonade and the farm. ====I heard someone say==== the other day that they thought it was sexier to call someone their fiancé instead of their husband or wife. ====I go short and sweet on the engagement.==== I did have a longish engagement, but I think short and sweet is best. ====Sometimes,==== taking a job is like going to a shrink or something, where you get to know yourself better. ====If only I could find==== a guy who wasn't in his 70s to talk to me about white cranes, I'd be madly in love. ====I, like many people,==== am constantly on my phone. ====I've never scratched,==== or punched, or slapped anybody in my real life. ====I've never played anybody like a cop before.==== ====Now when I see something beautiful==== or funny or sweet, sometimes I reach for my camera, but other times I think, 'I need to let this moment exist. I don't have to capture everything. I just want to experience it.' ====I think when you're doing a lead role,==== there is so much more pressure. If you fail, not only do you fail, but everybody else fails, too. As opposed to when it's a supporting role and it's only you that sucked. ====I guess because==== it feels more open, but I think being married is way sexier, because it's really like your soul partner in a permanent fashion, and then you strive for it to be something permanent, and that type of commitment and trust, if you can achieve it, is so good for the soul. ====I always get scared==== of traffic cops when I'm driving, like I freak out even when I'm not doing anything wrong. I still think they're going to pull me over and arrest me. ====When I had my daughter,==== Louisanna, two and a half years ago, I started recording every funny or sweet thing she said or did on my phone. ====This girl at 17 really led an army,==== this girl at 19 really burned at the stake by her own choice. And you sit there and you want to figure out why did she make these choices? How did she live such a life? ===Salary (1)=== The Glass House (2001) $1,000,000 ==Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski== (born June 10, 1983), known professionally as [[Leelee Sobieski]], is an American film and television actress. Sobieski achieved recognition in her mid-teens for her performance in the 1998 film [[Deep Impact]] and as the daughter of a costume store owner in [[Eyes Wide Shut]] (1999). She received an [[Emmy]] nomination for the 1999 TV movie [[Joan of Arc]], and two [[Golden Globe]] nominations for [[Joan of Arc]] and the 2001 TV movie [[Uprising]]. ===Early life=== ====Leelee Rose Sobieski==== was born in New York City. Her mother, Elizabeth Sobieski (née Salomon), is an American film producer and screenwriter who also works as Sobieski's manager,[citation needed] and her father, Count Jean Sobieski, from Polish nobility, is a French-born painter and former actor. Sobieski has a younger brother, Robert. ====Sobieski's first name, "Liliane",==== was the name of her paternal grandmother. One of her middle names, "Elsveta", is derived from "Elżbieta", which is the Polish equivalent of "Elisabeth". Her father belongs to one of the oldest and most aristocratic Polish families, which include King Jan (John) Sobieski, who liberated Vienna from the Ottoman Turcs in 1683 and Swiss ancestry. Her maternal grandfather, United States Navy Captain Robert Salomon, was Jewish. Her maternal grandmother was part Ashkenazi Jewish, part Dutch. Sobieski grew up in a "pan-religious" family; she has said that she is "proud of her melting pot roots". She graduated from Trevor Day School in 2001 and studied literature and fine art at Brown University. ===Career=== ====Sobieski was spotted==== by a talent scout who noticed her while he was scouting the cafeteria of a New York City private school as part of a recreational visit. After that encounter, she became a candidate for the role of Claudia in Interview with the Vampire (1994), which she eventually lost out to Kirsten Dunst. She portrayed the character of Anna Yates in the 1994 TV movie Reunion, which starred Marlo Thomas. Next, she played a lead role in A Horse for Danny, a made-for-television film which was released in 1995. Later, she had a major role in the comedy feature film Jungle 2 Jungle, with Tim Allen. In the film, she played the daughter of Martin Short's character. ====She rose to fame==== in her mid-teens with her appearance in the movie Deep Impact (1998). The film was a major financial success, grossing over $349 million worldwide on a $75 million production budget. Deep Impact brought her to the attention of many casting directors. That same year Sobieski appeared in the Merchant Ivory film [[A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries]]. Sobieski's performance received praise from the critics; [[Emanuel Levy]] of Variety wrote that "the graceful Sobieski registers strongly as a potential star, combining physical charm with technical skill." The film also garnered her a [[Young Artist Award]] nomination, as well as a nomination by the [[Chicago Film Critics Association]]. ====In 1999,==== she was cast as a supporting role in the teen comedy feature [[Never Been Kissed]], which was starring [[Drew Barrymore]]. Sobieski also played a modern [[Lolita]] in [[Stanley Kubrick]]'s [[Eyes Wide Shut]]. The film opened to generally positive reviews, but it generated several censorship controversies due to the explicit nature of its sex scenes. Recalling acting alongside [[Tom Cruise]], she said he was "very kind and considerate with me," and says her most vivid recollection of [[Stanley Kubrick]] was that he "genuinely seemed to hold something magic". The title role in the TV movie [[Joan of Arc]] (1999) earned her an [[Emmy]] nomination and a [[Golden Globe]] nomination, and she became the youngest actress ever to portray [[Joan of Arc]] in a movie. She received a second nomination for a [[Golden Globe]] for her portrayal of [[Tosia Altma]] in the 2001 TV film [[Uprising]]. In 2000, Sobieski played the female lead in the film [[Here on Earth]], for which she received a [[Teen Choice Award]] nomination. ====In 2001,==== Sobieski played the lead role in the road horror film Joy Ride with Paul Walker and Steve Zahn. The film received several favorable reviews. Garth Franklin of Dark Horizons stated that Sobieski "does a better job than usual". That same year, she starred in the thriller The Glass House, alongside Diane Lane. The film was panned by critics, and had a disappointing weekend $5,738,448 gross with little promotion. My First Mister, a low-budget drama, was also released in 2001. Sobieski's performance in the film was praised by critics, with Pete Croatto of Filmcritic.com writing that "As for Sobieski, who I've always liked, she does another fine job. This time it's with a shaky character – the troubled Goth chick", and "Sobieski finds her character's human touch and runs with it." ====Sobieski landed a starring role==== in the independent film L'Idole (2002), which opened at the Toronto International Film Festival. She then starred alongside John Cusack in the drama feature Max. She portrayed the character of Cecile in the miniseries Les Liaisons dangereuses (2003) with Catherine Deneuve and Rupert Everett, an adaptation of Laclos's classic novel of sexual intrigue made use of her fluency in French. She portrayed the role of Deianira in Hercules, a television miniseries which was premiered on May 15, 2005. ====In May 2006,==== the experimental-indie film Lying, in which Sobieski starred alongside Chloë Sevigny and Jena Malone, was released. The film premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival and had a limited release in the United States in 2008. She starred in the American drama Heavens Fall as one of the young women that accuse nine black youths of rape in the segregated South. That same year, she appeared in the horror films In a Dark Place and The Wicker Man, a movie starring Nicolas Cage, which was a remake of the 1973 film of the same title. It was not well received by critics with The New York Times stating that the movie "is neither haunting nor amusing; just boring. ====The independent comedy film==== [[Walk All Over Me]], starring Sobieski, had a range of screening dates at several film festivals – starting with the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival. The film is about a woman who becomes a dominatrix. Her next film in wide release, the thriller [[88 Minutes]] co-starring [[Al Pacino]] and [[Alicia Witt]], opened on April 18, 2008 in the United States, having already been released in various other countries in 2007. The film suffered critically and was a minor success at the box office, garnering over $32 million worldwide. ====In January 2008,==== she appeared in In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, a fantasy film inspired by the Dungeon Siege video game series. For her performances in both 88 Minutes and A Dungeon Siege Tale, she received a Razzie Award nomination for Worst Supporting Actress. Sobieski then starred in the direct-to-video film Night Train, with her Joy Ride co-star Steve Zahn. In the film, she played the role of Chloe, a potentially lethal med student. Night Train is about three strangers that meet aboard a Polar Express-like train on one fateful night. ====In 2009,==== she had a small role in the biographical crime drama Public Enemies, and starred with Denise Richards and Jamie Kennedy in the 2010 film Finding Bliss, a romantic comedy about a straitlaced aspiring filmmaker who is forced to go to work for a producer of adult films. Finding Bliss was released on June 4 in New York City and June 11 in Los Angeles. She guest appeared in the television series Drop Dead Diva episode "A Mother's Secret". Sobieski also played a lead role in the drama thriller Acts of Violence. The film tells the story of a man who is on a mission on killing the men who raped his wife. Filming of the movie began and finished in Los Angeles, California. The film was released between April and May 2010. ====She also joined the cast of==== a comedy-drama entitled The Last Film Festival, co-starring Dennis Hopper, Jacqueline Bisset, and Chris Kattan. Filming took place in Queens in 2009. As of April 2016 the film has not yet been released. ====Sobieski guest-starred==== in an episode of The Good Wife which aired in January 2011; her role was the girlfriend of one of Lockhart-Gardner-Bond’s most influential clients. In the show, Sobieski's character is accused of using prescription stimulants. Sobieski starred in CBS' drama NYC 22 as a rookie New York City police officer. Sobieski landed the role of Abby Gibbons in the movie Branded which was released in 2012. ===Personal life=== Sobieski speaks fluent French, which she learned from her father, who currently lives in France. ====In January,==== 2009, Sobieski began dating fashion designer [[Adam Kimmel]]. Kimmel is the son of American real estate developer [[Martin Kimmel]] and grandson of American boat racer and designer [[Donald Aronow]]. They were engaged on May 28, 2009, but chose to keep the news private. It was made public on June 23, 2009, when fans at the premiere of [[Public Enemies]] spotted that Sobieski was wearing an engagement ring. The couple officially announced their engagement on July 17, 2009. ====Their daughter,==== Louisanna Ray, was born in December, 2009 and son Martin, was born in August, 2014. ====During an interview,==== Sobieski spoke about her views on having happiness and a positive attitude: ====I think that happiness is a very strange thing.==== And we really feel that we have a right to this happiness. But I feel like it's constantly fluctuating, and that you can make yourself happy. I think it's an outlook. Having a positive attitude probably sounds like a corny thing to say, but a positive attitude really helps, and respecting your job really helps, and having the support of your family and friends really helps. ====Sobieski,==== in a 2001 interview with IGN, expressed her thoughts about whether the movies she was making were escapist fare, or that they had a deeper message for society: ====Joy Ride==== isn't a film you would make a statement with. It's a fun, jump out of life film. That's great. I love those films. Those films are great in times like these too. You can make a point with a film and help society or not. Take a film like Bulworth, a fantastic film. There are certain films like that, that can appeal to everybody and have a message in it and that's really great. ====In 2012,==== Sobieski confirmed "[[I don't do movie stuff anymore]]". Commenting on the reasons for her early retirement to [[Us Weekly]], Sobieski said "I am just focused on my kids. I think that's mainly why I stopped...Also, ninety percent of acting roles involve so much sexual stuff with other people, and I don't want to do that. ==Leelee Sobieski== Actress - ====Born==== Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski on June 10, 1982, Leelee Sobieski had shot to ingénue stardom in the time it took to say "Helen Hunt's spitting image." The young actress, who does indeed bear a striking resemblance to Hunt, first came to the attention of art house audiences with her role in A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries (1998). Thanks to her participation in two high-profile projects, Deep Impact and Eyes Wide Shut, Sobieski has garnered both widespread recognition and the distinction of being one of the most promising actresses of her generation. ====Born and bred==== in New York City, Sobieski, the eldest of two children, was raised by her father, a French painter, and her mother, a freelance writer. She was "discovered," rather unexpectedly, in her school's cafeteria by Woody Allen's casting director. With the encouragement of her parents, Sobieski began auditioning, trying out at one point for the part that went to Kirsten Dunst in Interview With the Vampire. She landed her first screen role in the 1997 Tim Allen comedy Jungle 2 Jungle, and then was cast as Channe in Merchant/Ivory's A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries (1998). Sobieski drew raves for the depth and intelligence of her performance and was further rewarded with another leading role, that of Joan of Arc in the 1999 TV miniseries Joan of Arc. Sobieski then turned her back on typical ingénue roles with her portrayal of a geek queen in the Drew Barrymore comedy Never Been Kissed. The film's producers had originally wanted Sobieski for the role of the most popular girl in school, but the actress had insisted on that of her antithesis, a choice that reflected her desire to take on more unconventional roles. This choice was made further apparent with her casting in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, in which Sobieski had a brief but memorable appearance as the silent, flirtatious daughter of a costume-shop owner. ====In 2000==== Sobieski returned to more conventional fare with Here on Earth, a romantic drama in which she starred as a young woman coping with first love and terminal illness. That same year, she could be seen in the teen thriller Squelch and My First Mister, a romantic comedy that featured her as a recent high-school grad who develops a crush on her much older boss (Albert Brooks). Gaining notice for her increasing ability to carry a movie, Sobieski earned her first million-dollar salary that same year for her role in the thriller The Glass House, followed shortly thereafter by another prominent role in the throwback CB thriller Joy Ride. A Golden Globe-nominated performance in the 2001 World War II drama Uprising served well to balance out such lukewarm efforts as the 2001 thriller The Glass House and the 2003 literary adaptation Dangerous Liaisons, and on the heels of a fairly forgettable 2005 Sobieski took a trip to a neo-pagan island where nothing is really as it seems in the Neil LaBute-directed remake The Wicker Man. She next appeared in 88 Minutes, opposite Al Pacino, and Public Enemies, opposite Johnny Depp. Sobieski switched gears after that, appearing in some TV guest spots before taking on a regular role in the short-lived NYC 22. http://www.allmovie.com/artist/leelee-sobieski-p223603

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