NORMAN REEDUS (Travis), having completed roles in several independent films, has had three of his performances on view in the 1998 Seattle Film Festival. He co-stars with Deborah Harry in "Six Ways to Sunday," Alan Rickman in "Dark Harbor" and Chad Lowe in "Floating." He recently completed work on "Beat," which played at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, and features Kiefer Sutherland and Courtney Love. Reedus also stars opposite French actress Elodie Bouchez in the upcoming independent film, "The
Beatnicks," as well as the thriller "Preston Tylk," opposite Luke Wilson and Dennis Farina. He starred in "Boondock Saints," which co-stars Sean Patrick
Flanery, Billy Connelly and Willem Dafoe. His other films include "Let the Devil Wear Black" with Mary-Louise Parker and Jacqueline
Bisset. Reedus was also in Joel
Schumacher's "8MM," starring Nicolas Cage and Joaquin Phoenix, and "I'm Losing You," starring Frank Langella and Rosanna
Arquette. He began his acting career in the horror film "Mimic."
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