Selma Blair ('Liz Sherman' in "Hellboy") is one of our most exciting and versatile young actresses. She earned rave reviews for such wildly diverse roles as ?V? in Todd Solondz?s "Storytelling" and ?Cecile? in "Cruel Intentions." For "Cruel Intentions," Blair was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for ?Best Breakthrough Performance? and won for ?Best Kiss.?
After graduating from high school in Michigan, Selma Blair moved to New York to pursue her goal of being a photographer, but found her way to acting classes at The Stella Adler Conservatory and The Column Theatre. She was spotted by an agent and, one week later, got her SAG card for doing a television commercial.
Her other film roles include Dana Lustig?s "Kill Me Later" and opposite Cameron Diaz in "The Sweetest Thing." She will next be seen as ?Ursula Udders? in John Waters? "A Dirty Shame" opposite Tracey Ullman.