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SAM ROBARDS (Henry Swinton) has balanced careers in major films, television and on stage.  He recently appeared as part of the esteemed ensemble in the Academy Award winning "American Beauty.”

Robards was born into a stellar acting family that includes his father, Jason Robards and his mother, Lauren Bacall.  Robards made his film debut in 1982 in Paul Mazursky's adaptation of "The Tempest” and worked in both television and films while alternating with a string of off-Broadway productions such as "Album,” in which he made his stage debut.  He most recently starred in Nicky Silver's "The Altruists” at the Vineyard Theater.

Several notable film roles followed, including "Fandango,” "Not Quite Paradise,” "Bright Lights, Big City,” "Bird,” "Casualties of War,” "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle,” "Pret-a-Porter,” "Beautiful Girls,” and "Bounce.”   He next co-stars in the Irwin Winkler-directed "Life As a House.”

Among his many television appearances are roles in the series, "Get a Life,” and "Maximum Bob,” and episodic appearances in "Spin City,” and "Sex and the City.”  His television films include "The Man Who Captured Eichmann' and, most recently, the live performance of "On Golden Pond” for CBS.


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