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Zooey Claire Deschanel is an actress, model, musician, and singer-songwriter from the United States. After making her cinematic debut in Mumford, she got a minor part in Cameron Crowe’s film Almost Famous (1999). (2000). Deschanel is most recognized for her deadpan appearances in comedies including The Good Girl (2002), The New Guy (2002), Elf (2003), The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005), Failure to Launch (2006), Yes Man (2008), 500 Days of Summer (2009), and Our Idiot Brother (2009). (2011). Manic (2001), All the Real Girls (2003), Winter Passing (2005), Bridge to Terabithia (2007), The Happening (2008), and The Driftless Area (2009) are among her dramatic cinema credits (2015). She played Jessica Day in the Fox comedy New Girl from 2011 to 2018, for which she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and three Golden Globe Awards.

Deschanel was a member of the jazz cabaret group If All the Stars Were Pretty Babies with actress Samantha Shelton for a few years beginning in 2001. She & Him was formed in 2006 by Deschanel and M. Ward, and their debut albumVolume One, was released in 2008. Volume Two (2010), A Very She & Him Christmas (2011), Volume 3 (2013), Classics (2014), and Christmas Party (2015) are their most recent releases (2016). For “So Long,” which was featured on the soundtrack of the 2011 film Winnie the Pooh, she got a Grammy Award nomination for Best Song Written for Visual Media. She also plays keyboards, percussion, banjo, and ukulele in addition to singing.

Deschanel made her cinematic debut in Lawrence Kasdan’s comedy Mumford (1999), which co-starred Hope Davis, Jason Lee, Alfre Woodard, and Mary McDonnell and revolved around the neurotic people of a small town. She also featured in the music video for The Offspring’s single “She’s Got Issues” in 1999 (without singing). Deschanel played Anita Miller, the rebellious elder sister of a young journalist, in Cameron Crowe’s semi-autobiographical Almost Famous (2000). Despite a lackluster box office performance, the picture earned critical acclaim and was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Film – Musical or Comedy. Deschanel played a disturbed teen’s love interest in the indie film Manic (2001). (Joseph Gordon-Levitt). The film had a limited theatrical distribution after screening at the Sundance Film Festival. In her portrayal, Deschanel was “especially spontaneous, uninhibited, and emotionally forthright,” according to the New York Times.

After receiving advance notice, Deschanel landed minor roles in four feature films in 2002, including Big Trouble, The New Guy, The Good Girl, and Abandon. She featured as the daughter of a loving and reluctant mother in the Tim Allen and Rene Russo comedy Big Trouble and as a guitarist in The New Guy’s adolescent comedy. At the dark dramedy The Good Girl, alongside Jennifer Aniston and Jake Gyllenhaal, Deschanel played a cynical, plain-spoken young lady working in a big-box shop. She played the roommate of a lady implicated in her boyfriend’s abduction in the psychological thriller Abandon. Deschanel also had a one-episode role as an out-of-control young woman in Frasier. In 2002, the New York Times called Deschanel “one of Hollywood’s most sought-after young stars,” and the Los Angeles Times stated in early 2003 that Deschanel had established a recognizable type as the protagonist’s best friend because of “her deadpan, sarcastic, and scene-stealing performances.”

Deschanel reacted angrily to her typecasting, claiming, “Many of these characters are based on a formula notion of someone’s closest friend, and I don’t even have that many friends. In high school, I stayed home all the time, so I don’t know how I’m everybody’s best friend now.”

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