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Hilary Swank won fame and acclaim for her Oscar-winning performance in 1999's Boys Don't Cry, and did it all over again just five years later in Million Dollar Baby. Then Hollywood suddenly stopped talking about her. Why did she go from in demand to out of the spotlight? Here are a few theories...

She won two Oscars too quickly | 0:19
She got lucky | 1:04
Lousy post-Oscar projects | 1:47
She has other interests | 2:34

She's been caring for her dad | 3:01
Does she have a future on TV? | 3:37

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