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Bonnie Somerville

Bonnie just wrapped filming “Seven Below Zero” with Val Kilmer for director Kevin Carraway, and “Fire with Fire” with Bruce Willis for director Robert Vince. Her recent film credits include “How Do You Know” for director James L. Brooks, Disney’s “The Search for Santa Paws,” Lakeshore-Columbia’s romantic comedy “The Ugly Truth,” starring alongside Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler, “Nobody” executive produced by Josh Hartnett and directed by Rob Perez, and the independent comedy “The Best and the Brightest,” alongside Neil Patrick Harris and Amy Sedaris, directed by Joshua Shelov.

Bonnie also recently appeared on USA’s “Royal Pains” and NBC’s pilot "Off Duty", co-starring Bradley Whitford and Romany Malco, and ABC’s “Cashmere Mafia” opposite Lucy Liu, Frances O’ Conner and Miranda Otto in ABC’s Cashmere Mafia, created by Darren Star. She had previously starred in two other Darren Star shows: “Kitchen Confidential” with Bradley Cooper, and “Grosse Pointe” on the WB in 2000.

At the age of 18, Bonnie was “discovered” singing in a nightclub in New York City, and had a development deal with Interscope records as a singer/songwriter. She continues to perform in Los Angeles, and wrote and performed the original song “Winding Road” on the Garden State Soundtrack, which won the Grammy for Best Soundtrack of The Year in 2005 and her new EP is available on iTunes currently.

Bonnie's first major acting role was starring as Lynn Danner', a singer/songwriter during the 1950's and 60's, in the CBS miniseries, “Shake, Rattle and Roll”, in which she also sang. She went on to star in the NBC comedy, “In-Laws”, opposite Dennis Farina, Jean Smart and Elon Gold.

Somerville has also starred on two of television's biggest shows, ABC's juggernaut "NYPD Blue" for its last season, and FOX's hip drama "The O.C." Audiences will also remember her as 'Mona,' girlfriend to 'Ross' on "Friends" throughout season 8.

On the big screen, she has appeared in the Paramount comedy “Without a Paddle”. Her other feature film credits include, “Bedazzled,” “Sleep Easy Hutch Rimes,” “Crime and Punishment in Suburbia,” "Labor Pains" and "Spider Man 2".

Bonnie grew up in Brooklyn, New York and began performing in school productions at a young age. She attended Boston College as a theatre major and went on to study at the Lee Strassberg Theatre Institute in NYC.