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Juliette Lewis (1973-?)


  1. Robin Wright (Penn), The Princess Bride, 1986.     Director Rob Reiner thumbed through a veritable little black book of Hollywood’s new  young hotties! Suzy Amis, Valerie Bertinelli, Yasmine Bleeth, Phoebe Cates, Courteney Cox, Kim Delaney, Rebecca de Mornay, Cathryn de Prume, Sherilyn Fenn, Jennifer Grey, Anne Heche, Marg Helgenberger, Lauren Holly, Patsy Kensit, Carey Lowell, Kelly Lynch, Virginia Madsen, Mary Stuart Masterson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alexandra Paul,  Amanda Pays, Mia Sara, Greta Scacchi, Annabella Sciorra, Kyra Sedgwick, Tori Spelling, Catherine Mary Stewart, Brenda Strong, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Uma Thurman, Meg Tilly, Charlene Tilton, Nancy Travis, Amy Yasbeck, Sean Young.
  2. Winona Ryder, Beetlejuice, 1987.     Finding Betelgeuse was easier for director Tim Burton than  unearthing Lydia.  He saw  Lewis, Justine Batman, Jennifer Connelly, Diane Lane, Lori Loughlin, Sarah Jessica Parker, Molly Ringwald, Brooke Shields. And fell for Winona, a sweet 17 at the time.  Warners hated the title, suggested House Ghosts. Director Tim Burton countered with: Scared Sheetless.
  3. Sadie Frost, Dracula, 1992. Poor Francis Coppola got few of his first choices - Jeremy Irons for Drac, Johnny Depp as Jonathan Harker and Lewis as Lucy. So it blows.   But she won her breakthrough in Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear.
  4. Jennifer Connolly, Higher Learning, 1994.     Yes to John Singleton - but not this time
  5. Dominique Swain, Lolita, 1996.       Adrian Lyne thought she was too old in 1994.  He was right, she was 21.
  6. Robin Tunney, Niagara, Niagara, 1997.    Both Lewis and Kate Winslet refused Marcy, the  Tourette's syndrome  victim befriended by Henry (ET) Thomas.
  7. Anne Hathaway, The Princess Diaries, 2001.     When director Garry Marshall’s (rather surprising) first choice quit, 22 other young actresses (Jessica Alba to Reese Witherspoon) also refused the awkward San Francisco teenager being groomed (by Julie Andrews!) to inherit the Genovia throne. It became  Hathaway’s movie debut.
  8. Rachel Griffiths, Six Feet Under, TV, 2001-2005.   Lewis and Dina Spybey auditioned for the weird Brenda Chenowith. Rachel flew in from Australia to prove her  perfect US accent - and great chemistry with co-star Peter Krause.
  9. Anne Hathaway, The Devil Wears Prada, 2005.  Juliette and Claire Danes Lewis auditioned for fashion icon Meryl Streep’s assistant, Andrea “Andy” Sachs.
  10. Katherine Heigl, Knocked Up, 2007.
  11. Tammy Blanchard, Rabbit Hole, 2009.     Lewis or Tammy for Nicole Kidman’s irresponsible sister?  Tammy was selected by John Cameron Mitchell,  director of the celebrated 2005 hardcore fim,  Shortbus, who was selected to helm David Lindsay-Abaire’s script of his Pulitzer Prize-winning play, by Kidman, in her debut as producer. 
  12. Melissa Leo, A Single Shot, 2012.      Lewis was seen but Melissa had lately won a support Oscar - as Mark Wahlberg’s mother in The Fighter, 2010.




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