ADAM ARKIN is now in his third season as Dr. Aaron Shutt
on the critically-acclaimed CBS drama series "Chicago Hope,"
for which he has also served as director. He was nominated for
an Emmy as "Best Supporting Actor" for his role as Adam,
the sociopathic chef on "Northern Exposure," a series
for which he had also directed several episodes. He's appeared
in several well-received mini-series and original movies for television,
such as "A Year In the Life" and "In the Line of
Duty: Hunt for Justice," and guest-starred on the popular
television dramas "Picket Fences," "China Beach,"
"LA Law," "St. Elsewhere," and "Law And
In 1991, Arkin made his Broadway debut in "I Hate Hamlet,"
for which he received a Tony Award nomination. He also appeared
on Broadway in the successful revival of "Guys And Dolls,"
and Off-Broadway in "Sight Unseen" and "Four Dogs
and A Bone." His film credits include UNDER THE RAINBOW,
THE DOCTOR, WRESTLING ERNEST HEMINGWAY, PERSONAL FOUL and the
upcoming Penny Marshall production, WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE.
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