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Dunn is working as an acting and dialogue coach at the University Of Southern California, Los Angeles since 2000 and has coached performers such as Katherine Towne, Max Martini, Dong-Kun Jang, Michael Rispoli, and Sameera Reddy. She also served as dialogue coach for Ken Watanabe on the horror thriller Cirque du Freak (2008, with Don McManus and Troy Brenna) and more recently on the mystery thriller Shanghai (2009, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan). She also assisted casting director Mali Finn on several productions and has worked in this capacity with actors such as Russell Crowe, Matthew McConaughey, and Billy Crystal.
Projects as coach include the short drama Misfit (2007), the short thriller Welcome to Juliette (2007), the television series Life (2007) and The Oaks (2008), and the action film The Laundry Warrior (2008).
As an actress, Dunn appeared in the thriller The Little Death (1995, with Richard Beymer), James Cameron's Academy Award winning Titanic (1997), the short drama Pumpkin Hill (1999), the drama The Joyriders (1999, with Jay Karnes), the romance Eternal Embrace (2000), the short drama Fish (2001), the crime drama The United States of Leland (2003, with Matt Malloy, Michael Welch, Ron Canada, Randall Bosley, Angela Paton, Dell Yount, Clyde Kusatsu, and Jim Metzler), the drama Cold Intelligence (2004) and the television series Gideon's Crossing (2001, with Van Epperson and Stephen Macht) and The Bold and the Beautiful (2003, with Amanda Carlin and Schae Harrison). Dunn has also portrayed various characters in stage plays and received three Backstage West Drama Awards for her work.