Acted in two segments of "Four Rooms"; the Rockwell directed, "The Wrong Man" and the Quentin Tarrantino directed, "The Man from Hollywood"
Appeared in Carlo Vanzini's "La Partita" with Faye Dunaway and Matthew Modine
Appeared in the independent film "Roger Dodger"
Co-starred in "The Grudge 2," a sequel to the 2004 remake directed by Takashi Shimizu
Co-starred with Sting in Franc Roddam's "The Bride," a film loosely based on the "Bride of Frankenstein"
Initial collaboration with then-husband director Alexandre Rockwell, "Sons"
Played a young mother deciding whether or not to abort a son who might be gay in Jonathan Tolin's "Twilight of the Golds" (Showtime)
Played the concubine of Carnegie (Gary Oldman) in "The Book of Eli," the post-apocalyptic drama directed by the Hughes brothers
Played the lead role of Alexandra 'Alex' Owens in her acting debut in "Flashdance"; nominated for a Golden Globe Award
Made TV series debut in the short-lived CBS show, "2000 Malibu Road"
Portrayed Gertrude Benchley in Alan Rudolph's "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle"
Re-teamed with Rockwell for "In the Soup"
Appeared as Mrs. Gravotte in film version of Hemmingway's "After the Storm"
Cast opposite former boxer Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini in TMC's "Body and Soul"
Had a minor role in the film "My Bodyguard"
Had a small role in Whit Stillman's "The Last Days of Disco"
Played a biracial woman passing for white, opposite Denzel Washington in "The Devil in a Blue Dress"
Played herself being approached by a rabid fan in Nanni Moretti's "Caro Diario"; Rockwell also appeared as himself
Appeared opposite John Cusack in the film adaptation of "Runaway Jury"
Cast as the ex-wife of Tim Roth's fib detector on the FOX series, "Lie to Me"
Played a photographer in "The Anniversary Party"
Played Amanda Dickinson, the product of a bi-racial coupling in Showtime's "A House Divided"
Played Bette Porter, an Ivy League educated lesbian in the Showtime drama, "The L Word"
Played the title role in "Cinderella" for Showtime