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2000:
Portrayed Linda McKay, a U.S. Government scientist assisting Kevin Bacon with his research project to unlock the secret of invisibility in Paul Verhoeven's "The Hollow Man"; during filming, Shue injured her Achilles tendon, causing a two-month delay in the shooting
1997:
Appeared as Woody Allen's young lover in his star-studded "Deconstructing Harry"
1999:
Starred as "Molly", who becomes a genius after an experimental treatment cures her autism but maintains her childlike way of looking at the world; John Duigan directed the picture
1991:
Co-starred in the comedy "Soapdish," playing Sally Field's aspiring actress-daughter
1987:
First TV-movie, "Double Switch" (ABC)
2005:
Played the mother of a teenage hustler in "Mysterious Skin"
2002:
Starred alongside Joseph Fiennes and Justin Chambers in "Leo"
2001:
Cast as the mother of a teenager in the ABC movie "Oprah Winfrey Presents: Amy and Isabelle"
1998:
Played Jenny to Jessica Lange's "Cousin Bette," directed by Des McAnuff
2008:
Hilariously played herself as a retired actress in the comedy "Hamlet 2"
2010:
Starred in the action thriller "Piranha 3-D"
2011:
Was cast opposite Abigail Breslin in the drama "Janie Jones"
2012:
Co-starred with Jennifer Lawrence in horror thriller "House at the End of the Street"
2012:
Co-starred with Gerard Butler in surfing drama "Chasing Mavericks"
2014:
Appeared in a supporting role in the teen comedy "Behaving Badly"
1997:
Starred opposite Val Kilmer in "The Saint"
1979:
Broke into TV at age 16 playing a chipper, uniformed spokesclerk in the first of a series of 20 national Burger King commercials
2007:
Co-produced and starred in "Gracie," a film about a teenage girl with an interest in soccer; partly based on Elisabeth's own experience; produced with her brother Andrew Shue
1990:
Made her Broadway debut in "Some Americans Abroad"
1984:
Played the regular role of the teenage daughter Jackie Sarnac on the ABC drama series "Call to Glory"
1984:
Made her screen debut in "The Karate Kid"
1987:
Starred in the hit film comedy "Adventures in Babysitting"
1995:
Had her breakthrough screen role as the prostitute Sera in "Leaving Las Vegas"; received Oscar nomination for Best Actress
1989:
Played opposite Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly's girlfriend Jennifer in "Back to the Future II", replacing Claudia Wells, who'd essayed the role in "Back to the Future"; Shue reprised the role in "Back to the Future III" (1990)
2005:
Starred in the thriller "Hide and Seek" with Robert De Niro and Dakota Fanning
2012:
Was cast as a series regular on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," as a blood spatter expert
2017:
Played Priscilla Riggs in sports biopic "Battle of the Sexes"
2018:
Co-starred with Bruce Willis and Vincent D'Onofrio in Eli Roth's crime drama "Death Wish"

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