She systematically refused them, but she did appear in three commercials for the phone company MCI in 1994. The other was a lead part in Fly Away Home playing a young girl who, after her mother dies, moves in with her father and finds solace in taking care of orphaned goslings.

She also appeared as a voice in an audio book entitled The Magnificent Nose in 1994. its sequel X2 in 2003, and its third installment, X-Men: The Last Stand, in 2006.

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Between 20, she starred in, as well as executive-produced Blue State.

The film is made by Paquin Films, a production company formed by both her and her brother, Andrew Paquin.

In 2009, Paquin played Irena Sendler, a Polish woman hailed as a heroine of the Holocaust, in The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler, a CBS TV film biographical film based on the book Mother of the Children of the Holocaust: The Irena Sendler Story, by Anna Mieszkowska.

The film was made in Latvia, and was a Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation for the network.

Paquin went on to become a successful child actress, receiving multiple Young Artist Award nominations for her roles in Fly Away Home (1996), The Member of the Wedding (1997), and A Walk on the Moon (1999), and was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for appearing in Cameron Crowe's comedy-drama film Almost Famous (2000).

She played mutant superheroine Rogue in multiple films of the X-Men franchise and was nominated for a Saturn Award for her performance in the first installment.

Her musical childhood hobbies in New Zealand included playing the viola, cello and piano.

She also participated in gymnastics, ballet, swimming and downhill skiing, though she did not have any hobbies related to acting. Having begun her secondary education in Wellington at Wellington Girls' College, she completed her high school diploma at Windward School in Los Angeles, after moving to the U. with her mother following her parents' divorce (1995).

Paquin's debut performance in the film earned her the 1993 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at the age of 11, making her the second-youngest Oscar winner in history, behind Tatum O'Neal.