is an American actress who has appeared in over 40 films over her career, which spans over two decades. Originally a model, Cameron Diaz Diaz made her film debut in the comedy (1994). After supporting roles in several independent films and comedies, such as The Mask (1997), she has the starring role of Mary in the hit comedy My Best Friend's Wedding (1998), which earned her a There's Something About Mary Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy or Musical. She was subsequently cast in Spike Jonze's surrealist fantasy film (1999), which earned her a second Golden Globe nomination, and in Being John Malkovich Oliver Stone's sports drama (1999).
Any Given Sunday Diaz would continue appearing in high-profile films in the early-2000s such as (2000) and its sequel, Charlie's Angels (2003), as well as voicing Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Princess Fiona in the franchise (2001–2010). She would gain two additional Golden Globe Award nominations for Shrek Best Supporting Actress for her roles in 's Cameron Crowe (2001) and Vanilla Sky Martin Scorsese's period film (2002).
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In the late-2000s and early-2010s,
Diaz continued to star in numerous comedies such as (2008), What Happens in Vegas (2011), and Bad Teacher (2012). She also starred in the psychological horror film What to Expect When You're Expecting (2009) and the big-budget action film The Box (2011). The Green Hornet Diaz had a supporting role in Ridley Scott's crime thriller (2013), followed by a lead role in the comedy The Counselor (2014) and the musical-comedy Sex Tape (2014), an adaptation of the Annie Broadway musical of the same name. After her appearance in Annie, Diaz announced in 2018 that she had formally retired from acting.
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Chuba, Kirsten (March 30, 2018). ". Cameron Diaz Has Retired from Acting" . Variety Penske Media Corporation . Retrieved . October 20, 2018
"Did you spot the . Minority Report cameos?" . July 12, 2002. Entertainment Weekly
Stewart, Sara (August 9, 2013). "Lake Bell's 'In A World…' delves into the boys' club of movie trailers". New York Post . Retrieved . October 31, 2013 Roping in pal Cameron Diaz to star in its campy yet impressively plausible trailer...
"MTV.com Trippin' series Info". MTV . Retrieved . January 20, 2011
Andreeva, Nellie (September 12, 2013). ". Cameron Diaz Joins CBS' 'Bad Teacher' Comedy Series As Producer" Deadline Hollywood. PMC . Retrieved . January 9, 2014