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BRENDAN FRASER (Adam Webber) is an actor as comfortable in an offbeat independent venture as he is in a mainstream major studio property, and he brings freshness and old-fashioned charm to all his film roles. He starred in the title role of the $100 million-hit George of the Jungle. Most recently he starred in the romantic Still Breathing, for which he was named Best Actor at the 1997 Seattle Film Festival, and opposite Ian McKellan in Gods and Monsters, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. Fraser will next be seen in the adventure film, The Mummy, and reunites with Hugh Wilson as the title character in the live-action cartoon Dudley Do-Right. His other films include School Ties, Mrs. Winterbourne, With Honors, Encino Man, Airheads and The Scout.

On the stage, Fraser starred along with Martin Short, Parker Posey and Elizabeth Perkins in John Patrick Stanley's Four Dogs and A Bone, directed by Lawrence Kasdan at the Geffen Playhouse. Other stage credits includes roles in Arms and the Man, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Strange Snow, as well as productions at the Intiman Theater in Seattle.

For television, he starred with Faye Dunaway, Jennifer Beals, Garry Marshall and Rosie O'Donnell in the Showtime movie adaptation of Jon Tollin's critically acclaimed play Twilight of the Golds.

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