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Actress Nora Zehetner premiered onscreen with a supporting role in director Christina Wayne's scabrous teen melodrama Tart (2001), then followed this up (and ascended to higher billing) with two key assignments in 2005: the enigmatic female lead, Laura, in Rian Johnson's post-noir mystery Brick, and a supporting turn as a young version of a character played by Helena Bonham Carter in Hans Canosa's dialogue-heavy erotic drama Conversations with Other Women. Zehetner then essayed her first lead -- that of Christy, a young woman haunted by apocalyptic visions after she accidentally causes the death of her younger sister -- in the horror opus Beneath, and tackled a supporting part in the offbeat collegiate black comedy Fifty Pills (2006). She also made an impression on TV viewers, appearing as Laynie Hart on the drama Everwood during its first two seasons (2003-2004), and taking on the role of the manipulative company operative Eden McCain -- who had the power to persuade others to obey her every command -- during the first season of the hit superhero series Heroes (2006).

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