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Monet Mazur was a professional model and actress who had been acting professionally for over 20 years prior to joining the cast of The CW drama "All American" (The CW, 2018- ) in 2018. Born in Los Angeles raised in both Malibu and New York City, Mazur grew up surrounded by creative people. Her mother was a professional model while her father, the professional illustrator Ruby Mazur, was famous in his own right for creating the iconic "tongue logo" used by the Rolling Stones. Given all that early exposure to show business, it was only natural for Mazur to want to pursue her own career in entertainment. So she started her career in her teens as both a professional model and commercial TV actress. As a commercial actress, Mazur grew widespread recognition for appearing in a series of popular TV commercials for The Gap. The TV commercials gave Mazur plenty of exposure, but she really wanted to be doing film and TV acting. She started going on auditions and before long was nabbing roles in films like "Raging Angels" (1995), "The Mod Squad" (1999), and "Mystery Men" (1999). Then in 2001 Mazur landed a supporting role opposite Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz in the biographical drama "Blow" (2001), thus further putting her acting career on the upward trajectory. Throughout the 2000s Mazur continued working steadily with roles in "40 Days and 40 Nights" (2002), "Monster-in-Law" (2005), and "The House Bunny" (2008). Mazur continued to land regular acting work throughout the 2010s. Her next big role came in 2018 when she joined the cast of The CW drama "All American." The show premiered on the network in October of 2018.
Cast (Feature Film)
Had early television credits on the NBC daytime drama "Days of Our Lives"
Made feature debut with a cameo in "Addams Family Values"
Had a recurring role on the Fox drama "Party of Five"
Starred with Diane Lane and Sean Patrick Flanery in "Raging Angels", an unimpressive supernatural mystery feature
Appeared as a mod girl in "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery"
Acted in an episode of "Jack & Jill" (The WB)
Appeared in the film "Mystery Men"
Had a cameo as Dolly, the girlfriend of Michael Lerner's rock band manager, in "The Mod Squad"
Starred in the independent drama "The Learning Curve"
Acted in the drama "Angel Eyes" with Jennifer Lopez and Jim Caviezel
Nabbed a part alongside Johnny Depp in "Blow"
Nabbed a supporting role in "40 Days and 40 Nights"
Featured in "Just Married," with Ashton Kutcher and Britney Murphy
Cast alongsie Ice Cube in the motorcycle thriller "Torque"
Cast in Stephen Woolley's directorial debut, "Stoned" a chronicle of the sordid life and suspicious death of Rolling Stones co-founder Brian Jones