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HARRY CONNICK, JR. (Dean McCoppen) continues to segue between an award-winning recording career and a successful acting career. Connick most recently starred opposite Sandra Bullock in "Hope Floats" (directed by Forest Whitaker), for which he received a Blockbuster Movie Award nomination for Favorite Male Actor. His upcoming projects include the family adventure "My Dog Skip," Linda Yellen's improvisational film, "Simian Line" (along with William Hurt and Lynn Redgrave), and the starring lead role (opposite Pete Postlethwaite) in Randall Harris' "Wayward Son." His additional feature film credits include "Copycat," "Independence Day," "Little Man Tate" and "Memphis Belle."

The New Orleans-born musician and actor made his debut recording with a jazz band in his home town at age 10 and went on to study at New York's Hunter College and the Manhattan School of Music. Connick released his self-titled debut album when he was 19. Since then, he has racked up one gold, three platinum and four multi-platinum albums; two Grammy Awards; an Emmy, CableAce, Golden Globe and Oscar nominations; several highly rated television specials; and scores of sold-out concerts. His latest recording, Come By Me, is a Big Band album that has met with critical and popular success.


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