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SAM SHEPARD (Eric Pollack) has worked in virtually every medium, including film, television and the stage.

As an actor, Shepard's film credits include an Oscar-nominated performance in "The Right Stuff," as well as "All The Pretty Horses," "Swordfish," 'Hamlet," "Snow Falling On Cedars," "Safe Passage," "The Pelican Brief," "Steel Magnolias," "Baby Boom," "Crimes of the Heart," "Fool For Love," "Paris, Texas," "Country," "Frances" and "Days of Heaven."

On television, he has starred in "Dash & Lilly," for which he received an Emmy nomination as Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie; "Purgatory," one of the highest-rated films on TNT; "Lily Dale"; "The Good Old Boys"; and "Streets of Laredo."

Shepard's writing credits include numerous acclaimed and award-winning plays, such as "Buried Child," for which he received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1979; "Simpatico"; "True West"; "Curse of the Starving Class"; and "Fool For Love." In his newest play, " The Late Henry Moss," which recently opened in San Francisco, Shepard directs Sean Penn, Nick Nolte, Woody Harrelson, Cheech Mann, and James Gammon. His feature film screenplays are "Far North," "Fool For Love," "Paris, Texas," "Zabriskie Point" and "Me and My Brother."

As a film director, Shepard has helmed "Silent Tongue" and "Far North."

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