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KEVIN BACON (Jack Morris) is one of the foremost actors of his generation, building an acclaimed body of work through richly detailed starring roles and powerful supporting characters. He recently starred in "Stir of Echoes," a psychological thriller directed by David Koepp, and completed production on Paul Verhoeven's science fiction thriller, "The Hollow Man," with Elisabeth Shue.

In 1998 Bacon starred in "Wild Things," a stylish thriller co-starring Matt Dillon and Neve Campbell, and "Digging to China," Timothy Hutton's directorial debut, in which Bacon played a mentally challenged young man opposite Mary Stuart Masterson.

In 1997 Bacon starred with Jennifer Aniston in the romantic comedy "Picture Perfect." He made his directorial debut in 1996 on the Showtime project "Losing Chase," starring Kyra Sedgwick, Beau Bridges and Helen Mirren. Honored with three Golden Globe nominations, including Best Motion Picture Made for Television, the project also screened at the Sundance Film Festival. The same year Bacon reunited with his "Diner" director Barry Levinson for "Sleepers," starring with Brad Pitt, Jason Patric and Robert DeNiro.

Other recent projects include "Telling Lies in America," Ron Howard's critically acclaimed "Apollo 13," "Murder in the First" and "The River Wild," for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.

Bacon has crafted countless other feature roles, such as the brilliant but self-destructive Fenwick in Barry Levinson's "Diner" (which was executive produced by Mark Johnson), the dancing rebel in "Footloose," an overly expectant father in "She's Having A Baby," a disarming psychotic killer in "Criminal Law," a film student/ director wooed by Hollywood in "The Big Picture," a hapless handyman in "Tremors" and the voice of the title character in Steven Spielberg's animated film, "Balto," in addition to memorable roles in Oliver Stone's "JFK" and Rob Reiner's "A Few Good Men." He made his film debut as Chip in "National Lampoon's Animal House."

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