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Canadian Elisha Cuthbert burst onto the American scene as Kiefer Sutherland's daughter, Kimberly Bauer, in the critically acclaimed series "24." Her portrayal earned her a nomination for a 2002 Teen Choice Award for Breakout TV Actress. She also received a 2005 SAG nomination as part of the "24" cast in the category of Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Cuthbert also starred as Maxine Denver in ABC's series "The Forgotten," produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
On the big screen Cuthbert starred in "The Six Wives of Henry LeFay," opposite Tim Allen and Jenna Elfman. Other film credits include "My Sassy Girl," "Captivity," "He Was a Quiet Man," "The Quiet," "House of Wax," "The Girl Next Door," "Old School," "Love Actually," "Time at the Top," "Mail to the Chief," "Airspeed" and "Believe."
Cuthbert began her career in entertainment as a model at the age of seven. Soon after, she was cast as a regular in the Nickelodeon series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" She also traveled the globe as a correspondent for the award-winning series, "Popular Mechanics for Kids."
In 2001 Cuthbert starred in the telefilm "Lucky Girl," portraying a 16-year-old straight-A student who becomes addicted to gambling and struggles to overcome her addiction as the world around her collapses. Her powerful performance earned her the Gemini, the Canadian equivalent of the Emmy.
Born and raised in Canada, Cuthbert splits her time between Toronto and Los Angeles.
HOMETOWN..................Calgary, Alberta, Canada