KIEFER SUTHERLAND (Dr. Schreiber) was recently seen as
a hostile Ku Klux Klan member in the film version of John Grisham's
bestseller A Time to Kill, which also starred Samuel Jackson,
Sandra Bullock and Matthew McConaughey, and as a brutal killer
in Eye for an Eye, co-starring Sally Field and directed
by John Schlesinger. He will next be seen with Dennis Hopper in
The Last Days of Frankie the Fly and in Truth or Consequences,
N.M., which Sutherland starred in and directed.
Sutherland's prolific and varied film career also includes Flatliners,
Chicago Joe and the Showgirl, 1969, Flashback, Young Guns, Young
Guns 2, Bright Lights, Big City, The Lost Boys, Promised Land,
At Close Range, Stand By Me, The Three Musketeers, Article 99,
A Few Good Men and The Vanishing.
Sutherland made his directorial debut to great acclaim with the
Showtime film "Last Light," in which he also starred
opposite Forest Whitaker.
Sutherland's first major role was in the Canadian drama The
Bad Boy, which brought him a Genie nomination for Best Actor.
On television he has starred in "The Mission," an hour-long
episode of "Amazing Stories" directed by Steven Spielberg,
and in the television film "Trapped in Silence" with
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