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A talented young actor, SHAWN HATOSY soars in his performance as 'Hicks,' the boisterously entertaining friend of 'Al Connelly,' who is searching for his calling in life.

Since his film debut three years ago, Hatosy has continued to work with some of the most highly respected actors and rising directors in Hollywood. His willingness to take risks with the roles he chooses has made him one of the industry's most sought-after young actors. Recently and this coming year, audiences have the opportunity to witness Hatosy's versatility in several projects.

In September '99, Hatosy starred opposite Alec Baldwin in Miramax's "Outside Providence." Following that, Hatosy appeared in the mother-daughter drama "Anywhere But Here" for Twentieth Century Fox. In addition, Hatosy recently completed the film version of Sam Shepard's acclaimed play Simpatico with Nick Nolte, Sharon Stone, Albert Finney, and Jeff Bridges.

Hatosy recently appeared in Miramax/Dimension Film's "The Faculty," written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Robert Rodriguez. His motion picture debut was in Frank Oz's "In & Out" as Kevin Kline's supportive student. Hatosy's film credits also include a starring role in the independent film "Joyriders," with Martin Landau and Kris Kristofferson, "Home For The Holidays," directed by Jodie Foster, "All Over Me," "Niagra Niagra," "The Postman," with Kevin Costner, and Imagine's "Inventing the Abbots," with Joaquin Phoenix and Liv Tyler.

Hatosy showed an early interest in performing while growing up in Frederick, Maryland. Shortly after attracting the attention of an agent, he began appearing in local commercials, theater productions, and independent films that led to his first professional role on TV's "Homicide."

Hatosy currently resides in Los Angeles.

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