DUDLEY DO RIGHT
(Dudley Do-Right) was most recently seen in Universal's box office
smash The Mummy, directed by Stephen Sommers, as well as
the critically-acclaimed Oscar-winning Gods and Monsters
opposite Sir Ian McKellan and Lynn Redgrave.
Fraser's other screen credits include: Still Breathing,
for which he received the Best Actor Award at the 1997 Seattle
Film Festival; Disney's box-office smash George of the Jungle;
Les Mayfield's Encino Man; Robert Mandel's School Ties;
Michael Lehmann's Airheads; Hugh Wilson's Blast From
the Past; and Michael Ritchie's The Scout. Fraser also
starred in Showtime's movie adaptation of Jonathan Tolins' ensemble
play The Twilight of the Golds.
He will next be seen in 20th Century Fox's Monkey Bone,
directed by Henry O. Selick.
On the stage Fraser received praise for his work in John Patrick
Stanley's Four Dogs And A Bone at the Geffen Playhouse
for director Lawrence Kasdan.
Born in Indianapolis and raised in Europe and Canada, Fraser has
been dedicated to honing his craft since the age of 12 when he
began attending London theatre performances.
He was educated in Toronto's Upper Canada College and received
a B.F.A. in acting from the Actor's Conservatory, Cornish College
of the Arts in Seattle.
Fraser currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Afton and
dogs Wylie and Lucy.
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