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Frequently referred to in the Australian press as "the next big thing" during the first several years of her career, Aussie ingenue Emma Booth hailed from Western Australia (the Perth end). Booth was poised to become a sensation among American audiences when she signed to play Jill (and received third billing) in the 2007 romantic comedy Introducing the Dwights, also known as Clubland. This little film -- about the son of a blue comedian and a country music has-been, and his romance with a sprightly newcomer (Booth) -- shot up to qualify as a sleeper hit of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Booth subsequently joined the cast of director Beeban Kidron's period comedy Hippie Hippie Shake, about controversial Oz magazine editor Richard Neville and his battles with the Obscene Publications Squad.

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