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Five Faces to Watch for in 2006 - The Girls

up-and-coming actresses

Evan Rachel Wood stars in four flicks in 2006!Evan Rachel Wood - Evan Rachel Wood has already been in a ton of movies and TV shows, but she's just getting started. 2006 is going to be a busy year for Evan, as she'll be starring in not two, not three, but four flicks, including Running With Scissors with Gwyneth Paltrow and Olivia Wilde, who played Marissa's gal pal, Alex, on The O.C.

Former model Joy Bryant has set her sights on acting.Joy Bryant - Move over Raven-Symone cuz Joy Bryant's got beauty, brains and talent and there's no doubt that her star is on the rise! The former model played 50 Cent's leading lady in Get Rich or Die Tryin' and is currently filming the flick, Bobby (a movie about the life of Robert F. Kennedy), opposite Lindsay Lohan and The Ballad of Walter Holmes with Usher and P. Diddy!

Sara Paxton stars in Aquamarine with JoJo and Emma Roberts.Sara Paxton - She played Jesse McCartney's wild girlfriend on Summerland and starred in Sleepover and Darcy's Wild Life. Up next for Sara is a movie called Aquamarine with JoJo and Julia Roberts' niece, Emma Roberts! Sara's also busy recording her debut album that'll be released sometime this year. Head to Sara Paxton's official site to hear snippets of her tracks!

Kristin Cavallari hosts UPN's reality show, Get This Party Started.Kristin Cavallari - 2006 has barely begun, but MTV's Laguna Beach diva, Kristin Cavallari, is already off and running. She appears on the latest Bongo ad with her LB co-stars, does a guest stint on Veronica Mars and makes her big film debut in the thriller, 88 Minutes, alongside Al Pacino and Benjamin McKenzie. She's also co-hosting a new reality show called Get This Party Started, where peeps get the suprise celebration of a lifetime. Watch for the premier on February 7 on UPN!

Willa Holland plays Kaitlin Cooper on The O.C.Willa Holland - You may not recognize her now, but you will soon. Willa Holland is set to play Marissa Cooper's younger sis, Kaitlin, who finally returns to The O.C. during a break from boarding school. Unfortunately, she's the bad seed in the Cooper clan and stirs up trouble for Marissa, Ryan, Seth and Summer! The O.C. has opened the Hollywood door for many fresh faces, so stay tuned to see a whole lot more of Willa this year.

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