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The film was a critical darling and a major success at the box office, grossing US5 million in North America.Her most significant film role in 2005 was that of a woman who becomes a successful photographer, opposite Ashton Kutcher, in the romantic comedy A Lot Like Love, which revolved around two people whose relationship slowly evolves from lust to friendship to romance over the course of seven years.The television series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, which premiered on NBC in late 2006, featured her as the recently hired president of entertainment programming, with Matthew Perry, with whom she had starred in The Whole Nine Yards and The Whole Ten Yards, and Sarah Paulson, with whom she previously worked in Jack & Jill.For her role, Peet received a Satellite Award nomination for Best Actress – Television Series Drama.Her film debut was in the drama Animal Room (1995), which also starred Neil Patrick Harris and Matthew Lillard.She appeared in the November 1995 episode "Hot Pursuit" of Law and Order.

In 2008, she starred in the mystery drama The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008), as a FBI agent, the dramedy Five Dollars a Day (2008), as the girlfriend of a seemingly successful man, and the crime drama What Doesn't Kill You, as the wife of a Boston criminal.Peet appeared in the critically acclimed film Playing by Heart (1998), as part of an ensemble cast that included Sean Connery, Gillian Anderson, and Ryan Phillippe.She had her first major role as Jacqueline Barrett in the WB network series Jack & Jill, which aired for two seasons, between 19, to moderate success.In 2000, she played a love interest in the independent comedy Whipped, won the Young Hollywood Award for "Best New Style Maker", and was voted one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World by People magazine.Peet took on the role of a psychologist and the romantic interest of Jason Biggs in the little-seen comedy Saving Silverman (2001), She also played the wife of a successful, young Wall Street lawyer thriller film Changing Lanes (2002), with Ben Affleck.

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