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She gained her first major role as Jessica Bennett in the NBC soap opera Passions, from 1999 to 2000. In 2004, Winstead played a supporting role in MTV's made-for-television film Monster Island.

She left to pursue other interests, later stating, "I really had one of the smallest roles on Passions, so I didn't get too involved... She was offered a role in the film A Cinderella Story, but turned it down as she had just graduated from school and was going on a cruise with friends (where she met Riley Stearns, her future husband).

It was broken into six filmed episodes interspersed with interactive storytelling, all on Alex (the main character)'s Facebook timeline.

He awakes each day with a different appearance; Winstead appeared as Leah, Alex's love interest.

As she entered her teens Winstead was forced to quit ballet due to her height.

It received poor reviews, but earned her a nomination for Scream Queen at the 2007 Scream Awards.She is not so supportive of their relationship." The film reunited her with Jason Schwartzman and Aubrey Plaza, her collaborators on Scott Pilgrim vs. Winstead next co-starred with Adam Scott, Richard Jenkins, Jane Lynch, Jessica Alba, Amy Poehler, and Catherine O'Hara in A. She played "an environmental lawyer who is left to raise her 12-year-old son alone after her husband bolts." Variety magazine called her performance "extraordinary", saying the film: "belongs to Winstead, whose minor-key thesping proves as compelling as her heavy lifting in Smashed.Alex's gradual metamorphosis into a richer, more fully realized young woman is accomplished in hundreds of tiny emotional brushstrokes, flitting across her girl-next-door wholesomeness in ever-shifting patterns".Quentin Tarantino cast her as a well-intentioned but vapid and naïve actress in Death Proof, his high-speed segment of the double–feature exploitation horror Grindhouse.She appeared alongside Rosario Dawson, Tracie Thoms, Zoë Bell, and Kurt Russell in the movie's second part, which followed a psychopathic stunt man, played by Russell, stalking and murdering young women.

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