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KURT RUSSELL (Michael) has delivered memorable comedic and dramatic film performances for 40 years, having enjoyed a successful acting career since he was 10 years old. After starring in 10 projects for Disney (including "Follow Me, Boys," "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" and "The Barefoot Executive"), he earned critical and public acclaim for his starring performance in the telefilm "Elvis," directed by John Carpenter. for which Russell received an Emmy nomination. He collaborated with Carpenter again on the seminal science fiction films "The Thing," "Escape from New York" and its sequel, "Escape From L.A.," as well as "Big Trouble in Little China."

Russell went on to star in Robert Zemeckis's "Used Cars," Mike Nichols's "Silkwood," Jonathan Demme's "Swing Shift," Robert Towne's "Tequila Sunrise," Andrei Konchalovsky's "Tango & Cash" and Ron Howard's "Backdraft." His other film credits include "Unlawful Entry," "Captain Ron," "Tombstone," "StarGate," "Executive Decision," the hit thriller "Breakdown" and "Soldier," for Warner Bros. Pictures. His television credits include the telefilms "Amber Waves" and "The Deadly Tower," in which Russell portrayed notorious Texas murderer Charles Whitman.


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