THE PERFECT STORM
JOHN C. REILLY (Murph) most recently starred in Paul Thomas Anderson's
ensemble drama "Magnolia." Prior to that he co-starred in "For
Love of the Game" with Kevin Costner and in "The Settlement" with
William Fichtner and Kelly McGillis. He was also featured in the Academy
Award-nominated "The Thin Red Line" and with Drew Barrymore and David
Arquette in "Never Been Kissed."
Reilly starred with Mark Wahlberg in Anderson's Oscar-nominated "Boogie
Nights" after having previously worked with the director in "Hard
Eight" with Gwyneth Paltrow and Samuel L. Jackson. Among Reilly's other
feature film credits are "Georgia," "What's Eating Gilbert
Grape?," "Dolores Claiborne," "The River Wild,"
"We're No Angels," "State of Grace," "Days of
Thunder," "Hoffa" and "Casualties of War."
On stage, Reilly starred with Gary Sinise in "The Grapes of Wrath"
on Broadway. He also starred in the Steppenwolf Theatre production of "A
Streetcar Named Desire" and produced and played the title role in Ionesco's
"Exit the King" at The Actor's Gang Theatre in Los Angeles. He and
Phillip Seymour Hoffman began 2000 with an Off-Broadway revival of Sam
Shepard's "True West."
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