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Kristen Marie Holly

Kristen Marie Holly is known for her work on Spider-Man (2002), The Collapsing Wall (2005) and Milk (2008). See full bio »
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Known For

Spider-Man
Spider-Man Miscellaneous Crew
(2002)
The Collapsing Wall
The Collapsing Wall Beth / Danny's Mother / Rotting Girl
(2005)
Milk
Milk Anne's Friend
(2008)
My Name Is Khan
My Name Is Khan Karma Girl 3
(2010)

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 2004-2007 Entourage (TV Series) (stand-in - 34 episodes)
- Dog Day Afternoon (2007) ... (stand-in)
- Less Than 30 (2007) ... (stand-in)
- Sorry, Ari (2006) ... (stand-in)
- What About Bob? (2006) ... (stand-in)
- I Wanna Be Sedated (2006) ... (stand-in)
 2005/I The Dying Gaul (stand-in: Ms. Clarkson - as Kristen Holly)
 2004 Spider-Man 2 (stand-in: Kirsten Dunst)
 2004 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (stand-in: Kirsten Dunst - uncredited)
 2003 Mona Lisa Smile (photo double: Kirsten Dunst) / (stand-in: Kirsten Dunst)
 2002 People I Know (photo double: Tea Leoni - uncredited) / (stand-in: Tea Leoni - uncredited)
 2002 Spider-Man (stand-in: Kirsten Dunst)
 2001 Born in Brooklyn (TV Movie) (photo double: Maria Bello) / (stand-in: Maria Bello)
 2001 The Third Degree (TV Movie) (stand-in: Maggie Lawson)
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