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Topic - Mira Sorvino
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Mira Sorvino's list of awards includes an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a host of nominations reserved for the world's best actors and actresses. She's had meaningful roles in more than 50 films and TV productions in a career that began two decades ago and is still going strong.
If the holidays still seem a long way off, you clearly haven't done much television channel surfing lately.
When Tammy Blanchard was offered a juicy part in the film "Union Square," she had one big question: Why me?
Academy Award winners Nicole Kidman and Mira Sorvino urged an end to violence against women at a concert Wednesday night to support the U.N. agency that promotes equality for women and an end to attacks against millions of women and girls.
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"I love acting, and that is my job right now," Sorvino told The Associated Press on Friday.
"Every person in the world is an individual _ no one can be defined by the label "Hollywood," Sorvino said.