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* Witherspoon was raised as an Episcopalian, and has said she is proud of the "definitive Southern upbringing" which she received.She said that it gave her "a sense of family and tradition" and taught her about "being conscientious about people's feelings, being polite, being responsible and never taking for granted what you have in your life".According to The Guardian, her performance made an early impression.In 1993, she played a young wife in the CBS miniseries Return to Lonesome Dove, Nonnie Parker in the Disney film A Far Off Place and had a minor role in Jack the Bear, which garnered her the Young Artist Award for Best Youth Actress Co-star.as Nicole Walker, a teenage girl who starts dating a man with obsessive tendencies, and the black-comedy thriller Freeway, alongside Kiefer Sutherland and Brooke Shields, where she held the lead role. Among them was the San Francisco Chronicle, with Mick La Salle commenting, "Witherspoon, who does a Texas accent, is dazzling, utterly believable in one extreme situation after the other." In Pleasantville, she starred with Tobey Maguire in a tale about 1990s teenage siblings who are magically transported into the setting of a 1950s television series.She portrayed Jennifer, the sister of Maguire's character who is mainly concerned about appearances, relationships and popularity.Her performance received good reviews and garnered her the Young Hollywood Award for Best Female Breakthrough Performance.Also that year co-starred with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe in the drama film Cruel Intentions, a modern take on the 18th-century French novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
Witherspoon regarded this as a "personal role" in that it reminded her of experiences she had when she moved from her hometown Nashville to Los Angeles.
Her credits also include voice work for the animated films Monsters vs. Witherspoon owns the production company Hello Sunshine, under which she produced the thriller Gone Girl and the drama Wild (both 2014).
She also starred as Cheryl Strayed in the latter, for which she received a second nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress.
She achieved wide recognition with her role as Elle Woods in the comedy Legally Blonde (2001) and its 2003 sequel, and for her starring roles in the romantic comedy Sweet Home Alabama (2002) and romantic drama Water for Elephants (2011).
In 2005, her portrayal of June Carter Cash in the biographical musical film Walk the Line garnered critical acclaim and won her the Academy Award for Best Actress.
She can do anything." Analyzing the reasons behind her difficulty to find work, Witherspoon commented, "I think because the character I played was so extreme and sort of shrewish—people thought that was who I was, rather than me going in and creating a part. I still hate her.' So we had to make sure she was the kind of person you just can't hate." Meanwhile, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer concluded, "Witherspoon is a talented comedian who can perk up a scene just by marching in full of pep and drive and she powers this modest little comedy almost single-handedly." For her work, Witherspoon garnered her second Golden Globe Best Actress nomination and an MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance.