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Born: November 21, 1984 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Sparks, Nevada, USA Profession: Cast ...


"I'm psyched that I've been able to find projects that I really love. There were times when I was younger that I worked for the sake of working, but I think since I've been living on my own, and since I've been fully in control of my decisions and the choices that I make, that I've been really conscious in knowing that I don't want to work in everything, and I don't want to do every project out there. Also, I don't feel at this point in my career... I don't want the starring vehicle. I don't think I could carry a film. I've been able to find smaller, interesting roles where you could take more risks, you don't have to carry the film on your shoulders. I hope I can continue!"---Jena Malone to Bill Chambers of Film Freak Central June 12, 2002

"I've always been interested in images and just being able to take something and make it your own, let other people view it, and see their own thing. Abstract photography really interests me. I've been inspired by a lot of cinematographers, too, because what you can do with a camera is amazing"---Malone to Venice Magazine 2001

"As long as there's truth and it's a script that I respond to and that's beautiful and that's wonderful. It's also getting to work with people that you really respect. I think the script definitely comes first and it's not even necessarily about the role, because it can be one scene in a really incredible script that's funny, but it's not the most incredible scene. You can still love it and want to do it because the script is so great. That's where everything starts from.---Malone on her priorities for choosing roles to Rebecca Murray of March 29, 2004

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