CHRISTIAN SLATER (Reginald Webster) made his screen
debut at the age of 16 in "The Legend of Billie Jean," and has since
none from being one of the industry's hottest young stars to a sought-after
leading man. Following "The Contender," he stars in three upcoming
films: John Woo's "Windtalkers," with Nicolas Cage; "Cletis
Tout," with Tim Allen; and "3,000 Miles to Graceland."
He recently starred in the dark comedy "Very Bad
Things," on which he also served as an executive producer. He had
previously starred in and co-produced "Hard Rain" and the independent
film "Basil." Slater made his screen directorial debut with the
Showtime short feature "Museum of Love."
In addition, he has starred in such films as John Woo's
"Broken Arrow," with John Travolta; "Bed of Roses";
"Murder in the First," with Kevin Bacon and Gary Oldman; Neil Jordan's
"Interview With the Vampire," with Tom Cruise; "True
Romance"; "Untamed Heart"; "Robin Hood: Prince of
Thieves"; "Young Guns II"; "Pump Up the Volume";
"Heathers"; and Francis Ford Coppola's "Tucker: The Man and His
Dream," as the son of Jeff Bridges and Joan Allen.
Born and raised in New York, Slater made his stage debut at
the age of nine in "The Music Man," starring Dick Van Dyke. His early
stage credits also include Broadway productions of "Macbeth,"
"David Copperfield" and "Merlin." In addition, he starred in
"A Christmas Carol" at Radio City Music Hall, and appeared
off-Broadway in "Landscape of the Body," "Between Daylight and
Boonville," "Dry Land" and "Somewhere's Better." He
recently returned to Broadway where he received critical acclaim for his
performance in "Side Man."
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