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KEVIN SPACEY (Mickey) Kevin Spacey has been seen in the motion pictures The Negotiator, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, L.A. Confidential, A Time to Kill, Seven, Looking for Richard, Swimming With Sharks, Outbreak, Iron Will, The Ref, Glengarry Glen Ross, Consenting Adults and The Usual Suspects, for which he won the Academy Award®.

His extensive New York stage work began in Joseph Papp's 1981 Central Park production of "Henry IV, Part I," in which he played a messenger with six lines. A year later he starred opposite Liv Ullman in Ibsen's "Ghosts" directed by John Neville. His breakthrough came as Jamie Tyrone opposite Jack Lemmon in Jonathan Millet's 1986 Broadway and London production of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Days Journey Into Night." He won the 1991 Tony Award for his performance as Uncle Louie in Neil Simon's "Lost in Yonkers" with Irene Worth. In addition he appeared in Athol Fugard's "Playland" at the Manhattan Theater Club, directed by the author. He most recently played Hickey in the Almeida Theatre production of Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh" for director Howard Davis and will return to Broadway with this production as both actor and producer.

Television audiences are familiar with his work as Mel Profitt on the CBS series "Wiseguy" and for his performance as Clarence Darrow in the American Playhouse film, "Darrow," directed by John Coles.

He made his debut as a film director with Albino Alligator starring Matt Dillon, Faye Dunaway and Gary Sinise.

Spacey has just completed playing an Irish gangster in the film Ordinary Decent Criminal for director Thaddeus O'Sullivan, a co-production between Icon films and his own production company Trigger Street. Currently he is shooting the Dreamworks picture American Beauty opposite Annette Bening for director Sam Mendes.

Spacey is particularly delighted to have done the film version of David Rabe's Hurlyburly as he was the understudy to the role of Mickey in the original Broadway production of the play 13 years ago.

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