BRUCE GREENWOOD, who plays President John F. Kennedy in Thirteen Days, most recently captured national attention in two very different roles: as the mysterious Nick Parsons/Simon Ryder/Jonathan Devereaux in the hit thriller Double Jeopardy with Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones, and as the grieving father of two children killed in a bus accident in Atom Egoyan's acclaimed and searing drama The Sweet Hereafter, for which he received a Genie Award nomination. Among his recent projects have also been Rules of Engagement, again with Tommy Lee Jones, and Egoyan's Exotica, Thick as Thieves with Alec Baldwin, Chris Menges' The Lost Son with Daniel Auteuil and Nastassja Kinski and Here on Earth opposite Chris Klein and Josh Hartnett.
Among Greenwood's television credits are UPN's short-lived but critically favored series "Nowhere Man," and longforms "The Companion" and "Summer Dreams:
The Story of the Beach Boys," in which he starred as the tragic Dennis Wilson. Having completed work on the upcoming "It's a Girl Thing" with Kate Capshaw, Stockard Channing, Rebecca De Mornay and Mia Farrow, Greenwood is currently starring in a new longform production of Orson Welles' "The Magnificent Ambersons."
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