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AIDAN QUINN (Paul Cooper) first teamed with Neil Jordan on "Michael Collins," starring Liam Neeson. He also co-starred with Anthony Hopkins, Brad Pitt and Julia Ormond in Ed Zwick's acclaimed drama "Legends of the Fall," and appeared in Al Pacino's "Looking for Richard." Most recently, he starred with Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman in this summer's "Practical Magic." His upcoming films include "This is My Father," written and directed by his brother Paul, with his other brother Declan serving as cinematographer. He is currently shooting Wes Craven's "50 Violins," opposite Meryl Streep.

Quinn's additional film credits include "The Assignment," "At Play in the Fields of the Lord," Barry Levinson's "Avalon," "Benny and Joon," "The Playboys," "Crusoe," "Stakeout," "The Mission," "Desperately Seeking Susan," and "Reckless," which marked his feature film debut.

On the small screen, Quinn earned an Emmy nomination for his performance as a young man with AIDS in the landmark NBC drama "An Early Frost." He also received Cable ACE Award nominations for his work in the HBO dramas "A Perfect Witness" and "A Private Matter." He has also starred in the PBS/American Playhouse Production of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," Showtime's "Lies of the Twins," and Hallmark Entertainment's "Out of Darkness: The Story of Stanley and his Search for Livingstone."

An accomplished stage actor, Quinn won a Theatre World Award for his portrayal of Stanley Kowalski in "A Streetcar Named Desire" on Broadway, and played the title role in Robert Falls' contemporized "Hamlet," which won the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Production of the Year. He also appeared off-Broadway in Sam Shepard's "Fool For Love," and in Shepard's "Lie of the Mind," which won the 1985 Drama Desk Award.

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