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Award-winning actor ROBERT DUVALL (Otto Halliwell) earned an Academy Award® as Best Actor for the 1983 release "Tender Mercies," a Golden Globe Award for his portrayal of Josef Stalin in HBO's "Stalin," an Obie as the hero in the 1965 revival of "A View from the Bridge," and Oscar® nominations for his roles in "The Godfather," "Apocalypse Now," "The Great Santini," and most recently for "The Apostle" (which he also wrote and directed) and "A Civil Action."

His recent film credits include "Deep Impact," "Phenomenon," "Sling Blade," "The Gingerbread Man," "Something to Talk About," and "A Family Thing."

Since making his career debut as Boo Radley in the 1963 film classic "To Kill a Mockingbird," Duvall has appeared in over 60 motion pictures including "True Grit," "M*A*S*H," "The Godfather," "The Godfather, Part II," "Network," "The Seven-Per-Cent Solution," "The Eagle Has Landed," "True Confessions," "The Natural," "Colors," "Days of Thunder," "Rambling Rose," "Falling Down," "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway," "Geronimo," and "The Paper."

Duvall starred in two popular miniseries, "Lonesome Dove" and "Ike." He directed "We're Not the Jet Set," a documentary about a Nebraska rodeo family that he also coproduced, and "Angelo, My Love," a portrait of New York's mysterious Gypsy community, which he wrote, directed, and produced.

Duvall purchased his first car, a Ford, when he was about to be discharged from the army.

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