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Early life

Malone had lived in 27 locations by the age of nine, including Lake TahoeCalifornia.[2] She was raised by her mother, Deborah, and her mother's girlfriend, whom she calls "Godmom,"[3] and began taking an interest in acting after watching her mother, who was involved in community theatre.[4] She briefly moved to Las Vegas, hated it, and persuaded her mother to move on to Los Angeles.[5] Malone was home-schooled from sixth to eighth grade. She attended the Professional Children's School, for the ninth grade, in New York,[5] and quit it after a year, when she became legally emancipated, in January 2000.[6][7] At some point she later obtained her General Educational Development (GED).[8]


Malone progressed to professional acting with the 1996 film Bastard Out of Carolina.[9] She was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance[10] and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance in a TV Movie or Miniseries for her role in the film, Ruth Anne 'Bone' Boatwright. From there, her roles have grown to include several Hollywood features. In 1997, she was nominated for a Golden Globe, Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie, for her role in Hope.
After working on various TV projects, and as a supporting actress in films such as Contact and Stepmom, Malone had her first cinematic leading role in the 2001 cult hit Donnie Darko as Gretchen Ross, the new girl in town who becomes the girlfriend of Jake Gyllenhaal's title character.
Malone co-produced the 2002 film American Girl, a drama in which she also acted. In the 2004 film Saved!, she got top billing in her first role as the primary star. In 2005, she played the spoiled fifth Bennet daughter Lydia in the film Pride and Prejudice. In 2006, she made her professional stage debut in the Broadway production of the Tony Award-winning play Doubt.
In 2007, it was announced that Malone was releasing her first single on The Social Registry, a New York City experimental music label. A number of tracks were posted to her MySpace page.[11] Pitchfork Media has described Malone's music as "pretty out-there – bedroom electronics, spaced-out keyboards, and Malone's spare vocals."[12] Malone's more recent musical work is performed as/with The Shoe.[13]
Malone appeared in the horror film, The Ruins, which was released on April 4, 2008 and co-starred Shawn AshmoreLaura Ramsey, and Jonathan Tucker. She played Lavinia in an off-Broadway revival ofEugene O'Neill's play Mourning Becomes Electra in 2009.
In 2012, Malone also starred in a two-part series on the YouTube channel 'Wigs' entitled "Dakota" as the mini-series' title character.
Malone is to portray Carson McCullers in the film Lonely Hunter, directed by Deborah Kampmeir.[14]
According to Rotten Tomatoes, Malone was in negotiations to portray Johanna Mason in the sequels to The Hunger GamesThe Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. It has also been slipped by Josh Hutcherson in an interview.[15] It has now been confirmed she will play Johanna Mason in the film, to be released 2013.


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