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Photos: Jodie Foster

See photos of Jodie Foster through the years.

Jodie Foster receives the Cecil B. Demille Award
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Jodie Foster receives the Cecil B. Demille Award on stage during the 70th Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel International Ballroom in Beverly Hills, California. (Jan. 13, 2013)

Actress and filmmaker Jodie Foster arrives at the
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Actress and filmmaker Jodie Foster arrives at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Jan. 13, 2013)

Jodie Foster and Mel Gibson star in 2011's
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Jodie Foster and Mel Gibson star in 2011's "The Beaver."

From left, Winona Ryder mingles with Jodie Foster
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From left, Winona Ryder mingles with Jodie Foster at the 1999 premiere of the film "Eyes Wide Shut," in the Westwood section of Los Angeles.

Jodie Foster stars as Ellie Arroway in
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Jodie Foster stars as Ellie Arroway in "Contact," a 1997 science fiction film based on the best-selling novel by Carl Sagan.

Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Jodie
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Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling in "The Silence of the Lambs." Foster won the Academy Award for best actress for her performance in the 1991 film.

Jodie Foster poses with the best actress Oscar
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Jodie Foster poses with the best actress Oscar she won for her role in "The Accused" at the 61st Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif.

Jodi Foster holds some flowers given to her
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Jodi Foster holds some flowers given to her by an unidentified person in New York after leaving a dinner with friends at the Centre Court Restaurant on Columbus Avenue.

Jodie Foster portrays a 12-year-old prostitute in the
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Jodie Foster portrays a 12-year-old prostitute in the movie "Taxi Driver," which was directed in 1976 by Martin Scorsese.

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