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Since his debut as Alexander Gudunov's brother in 1985's Witness, VIGGO MORTENSEN's career has been marked by several standout performances. From his role as the weapons officer caught between Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington in Crimson Tide, to his work in Sean Penn's The Indian Runner, his performances are continuously recognized by critics. Mortensen most recently appeared in A Perfect Murder with Michael Douglas and Gwyneth Paltrow. Later this year he will be seen in The Blouse Man opposite Diane Lane and Oscar® winner Anna Paquin. He also has starred opposite Demi Moore in Ridley Scott's GI Jane, Daylight with Sylvester Stallone and Amy Brenneman, opposite Nicole Kidman in Jane Campion's Portrait of A Lady and in Kevin Spacey's directorial debut Albino Alligator.

Born in New York to a Danish father an American mother, Viggo spent the early part of his childhood in Manhattan. His family traveled a great deal and spent several years living in Argentina, Venezuela and Denmark. Viggo began acting in 1982 after studying at Warren Robertson's Theatre Workshop in New York. He appeared in several plays and eventually moved to Los Angeles, where his performance in Bent at the Coast Playhouse earned him a Dramalogue Critics Award.

His additional film credits include Carlito's Way, Young Americans, The Prophecy, Boiling Point and Fresh Horses. Possessed with an inherent skill for mastering languages, he also starred opposite Angela Molina in the Spanish film Gimlet, as well as My Brothers Gun, directed by Ray Logia.

Adding writer to his list of talents, a book of his poetry entitled "Ten Last Night," was recently published through Illuminati Press. Viggo is also an accomplished photographer and is currently working on another book combining his poetry and photographs. He is presently planning for his first gallery showing of his paintings and poetry.

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