In Yes, Carrey plays a man who decides to say "yes" to every request and opportunity that comes his way. Sims plays the ex-wife he can't get out of his head. Zooey Deschanel and Bradley Cooper co-star in the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow film.
In Panther, Sims plays a news anchor who chronicles the misadventures of Martin's bumbling Inspector Jacques Clouseau. Emily Mortimer, Andy Garcia and Alfred Molina also appear in the Columbia/MGM production.
She is repped by WMA and Untitled Entertainment.
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