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Rashida Leah Jones better known as Rashida Jones is a well-known American film and television actress, comic book author, screenwriter and occasional singer. She is the daughter of Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton. She made her professional acting debut in 1997 with a minor role in The Last Don which was based on a novel by Mario Puzo. She next appeared in Myth America in 1998 with a minor role. In 2000 she made her debut in a TV movie If These Walls Could Talk 2. In 2002 she made her debut in the film Full Frontal. She made her next debut in the film Death of a Dynasty in which she played the role of Layna Hudson. In 2007 she made her appearance in the film The Ten in which she played a role of Rebecca FornierM. In 2009 she made her debut as Zooey in the film I Love You, Man. In 2010 she made her appearance in the film The Social Network in which she portrayed the role of Marylin Delpy for which she won a Hollywood Film Award for Ensemble of the Year and two other award nominations. In 2011 she made her appearance in the film The Big Year in which she played the role of Ellie. In 2012 she appeared in the film Celeste and Jesse Forever for which she won the Whistler Film Festival Trailblazer Award for Acting and Screenwriting. In 2013 she provided her voice for the tole Hotwire in the TV series The Awesomes.
She was in relationship with actor Tobey Maguire for more than three years and they ended their relationship in 2000. In February 2003 she became engaged with Grammy Award-winning music producer Mark Ronson and they ended their relationship after a year.