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Monaghan, Michelle 1977–

MONAGHAN, Michelle 1977–


Born March 23, 1977, in Winthrop, IA. Education: Studied journalism for three years.


Agent—Endeavor NY, 270 Lafayette St., Suite 605, New York, NY 10012; Endeavor, 9601 Wilshire Blvd., 3rd Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—Widescreen Management, 270 Lafayette St., Suite 402, New York, NY 10012. Publicist—PMK/HBH, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.


Actress. Appeared in commercials for Stayfree, 2001, and Secret Sheer Dry, 2002.


Film Appearances:

Henrietta, Perfume, Lions Gate Films, 2001.

Lindsay, Unfaithful (also known as Infidele and Untreu), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002.

Peg Maloney, It Runs in the Family, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2003.

Stacey, Winter Solstice, Paramount Classics, 2004.

Kim, The Bourne Supremacy (also known as Die Bourne Verschwoerung), Universal, 2004.

Harmony Faith Lane, Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang, Warner Bros., 2005.

Ellie, Constantine, Warner Bros., 2005.

Gwen, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005.

Mary Ann, Syriana, Warner Bros., 2005.

Television Appearances; Series:

Kimberly Woods, Boston Public, Fox, 2002–2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Caroline Busse, "Cinderbella," Young Americans, The WB, 2000.

Caroline Busse, "Free Will," Young Americans, The WB, 2000.

Dana Kimble, "Consent," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC, 2001.

Stacy Kumble, "Favors," Hack, CBS, 2002.

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