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Kiwi Actress Anna Wilding In Major US Film Role


Anna Wilding At A Charity Event In LA

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October 14 2000

New Zealand born ANNA WILDING, has been cast in the supporting role of the $US12 million comedy "Fabulous".

Anna will play an actress trying to play Ophelia in a contemporary comedy on Shakespeare.

Anna is looking forward to the role and said it "will be her first American movie ".

30 year old Anna Wilding is much respected throughout the industry also as a Producer and Exec.Producer and has been flown all over the world to work as a consultant on films.

Anna is now focusing solely on her first love, acting. Anna was last seen on New Zealand screens on Shortland St over ten years ago and last seen on British Screens on Channel Four- with the Spice Girls live in concert.

Pictures and updates on this remarkable young woman can be seen at

www.annawilding.com

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