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HUGO WEAVING (Agent Smith) is one of Australia's most acclaimed actors. He graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1981 and has since worked extensively in film, television and theater.

In 1998 Weaving won an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor for his work in "The Interview," directed by Craig Monahan. In 1991 he won an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor for his work in "Proof," directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse. He also received and AFI Award nomination in 1994 for "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert," directed by Stephen Elliot.

Weaving's other film credits include the recently completed "Bedrooms And Hallways," the critically acclaimed "True Love And Chaos," Stephen Elliot's "Frauds," "The Custodian," Paul Cox's "Exile," "Reckless Kelly," "Wendy Cracked A Walnut," "The Right Hand Man," "For Love Alone" and "The City's Edge."

His television credits include the acclaimed Australian miniseries "Bodyline," the Australian series "Halifax f.p.," the telefilm "The Bite," the miniseries "Bangkok Hilton" (also starring Nicole Kidman), "The Dirtwater Dynasty," "Naked - Coral Island," "Barlow And Chambers - A Long Way From Home" and "Melba."

His numerous theater credits include the Sydney Theatre Company's "Macbeth," "The Perfectionist," "The Cherry Orchard" and "Arcadia." He has also starred in "Much Ado About Nothing" and "The Taming Of The Shrew" for the Melbourne Theatre Company, and in "Julius Caesar," "Ring Around The Moon" and "Private Lives" for the State Theatre Company of South Australia.


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