BEN CHAPLIN plays a cynical writer who finds himself forced to believe he is
the target of a supernatural conspiracy. Chaplin most recently starred in
Terence Malick's Academy Award nominated The Thin Red Line, with Sean Penn, Nick
Nolte and John Cusack. The British actor has been sought after by Hollywood
since his American debut in the romantic comedy The Truth About Cats and
starring opposite Uma Thurman and Jeaneane Garafolo. He also brought his leading
man charisma to his next starring role opposite Jennifer Jason Leight in
Agnieszka Holland's version of Henry James' classic novel Washington Square. He
will next be seen in Jez Butterworth's Birthday Girl, opposite Nicole Kidman.
Born and raised in England, Chaplin is a graduate of Guildhall School of
Music & Drama. He has worked extensively in theatre and television in
Britain, and has been featured in two Merchant/Ivory films, Remains of the Day
and the much praised Feast of July.
His credits for the BBC include "Casualty," "A Fatal
Inversion," "After the Dance" "Between the Lines,"
"Tuesday," "The Borrowers," "A Few Short Journeys of
the Heart" and "Game On," a wry, offbeat series that debuted in
Chaplins' theatre work includes productions of "The Grand
"The Neighbor and Peaches," as well as the highly acclaimed production
of "The Glass Menagerie," opposite Zoe Wanamaker and directed by Sam
Mendes in London's West End for which he received an Olivier Award nomination.
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