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MATT DAMON was applauded for his performance and co-writing of the award-winning "Good Will Hunting," the story of an orphan from South Boston who comes to terms with his life and genius through the relationship with a therapist. The film earned Damon, and longtime best friend/co-star/co-writer Ben Affleck, the 1998 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. In addition, Damon received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor, Robin Williams won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, and Minnie Driver was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.

Damon's rising career is filled with extraordinary performances. He starred as the crusading lawyer in Francis Ford Coppola's "The Rainmaker," based on John Grisham's best selling novel, and gave a vivid performance in "Courage Under Fire" (1996), in which he portrayed a guilt-ridden Persian Gulf soldier tormented by an incident that happened in the heat of battle. Earlier, for director Walter Hill, Damon enjoyed a sizable supporting role as the green second lieutenant new to the West who narrates "Geronimo: An American Legend." In 1995, Damon appeared in "The Good Old Boys," directed by Tommy Lee Jones for TNT.

The versatile young actor made his feature film debut in 1988 with a small role in the critically acclaimed "Mystic Pizza." He went on to play Brian Dennehy's medical school dropout in the TV movie "Rising Sun" for TNT in 1990, and gained further attention in his return to the big screen, as one of the preppies in "School Ties."

This summer, Damon stared opposite Tom Hanks in the title role of "Saving Private Ryan," a World War II saga shot on location in London under the direction of Steven Spielberg. He also recently completed production on Kevin Smith's "Dogma" with Ben Affleck, Linda Fiorentino and Chris Rock. Next year he will star in Anthony Minghella's "The Talented Mr. Ripley."

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