JOSHUA JACKSON (Damon) currently stars as 'Pacey Witter'
on the enormously successful series "Dawson's Creek,"
now in its second season.
Jackson's upcoming feature film roles include the Bryan Singer-directed
Apt Pupil, starring Ian McKellen and Brad Renfro for Phoenix
Pictures and due for release in October, and Cruel Intentions
with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe. This contemporary
adaptation of Dangerous Liaisons set in an affluent prep
school will be released in early 1999.
Jackson's first feature film role was in Michael Bortman's Crooked
Hearts in 1991, which was followed by Andre the Seal, Tombstone,
Digger and Magic in the Water. He also starred in the
Mighty Ducks trilogy as Charlie, the coach's prodigy hockey
player and the team's voice of reason. He also had a cameo role
in the hit sequel Scream 2.
Jackson's previous television credits include starring roles in
two Showtime Contemporary Classics-as 'John Prince, Jr.,' in "Robin
of Locksley," and as 'Ronnie in an updated version of "Romeo
and Juliet" titled "Ronnie and Julie."
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