TIMOTHY OLYPHANT's (Rob) breakout film role was in 1997's hit horror film "Scream 2." He then went on to receive great notice as drug dealer 'Todd Gaines 'in Doug Liman's critically applauded film "Go." He most recently starred in "Broken Hearts Club
— A Romantic Comedy" alongside John Mahoney and Dean Cain. Prior to this, Olyphant appeared in Disney's "Gone in 60 Seconds," the indie film "1999," "A Life Less Ordinary," alongside Cameron Diaz and Ewan McGregor and "The First Wives Club."
Upcoming, Olyphant has taken the lead in four feature films: "Auggie Rose," with Anne Heche and Jeff
Goldblum, the independent film "The Safety of Objects." in which he co-stars with Glenn Close. "El Diablo" with Vin Diesel, and Victor Nufiez's "Coastlines."
On television, Olyphant appeared in the HBO film, "When Trumpets Fade" by director John Irvin.
Born in Hawaii and raised in California, Olyphant moved to New York to enroll in
William Esper' s acting program to perfect his craft. There he received the World Theater
Award for Outstanding Debut Performance for his role as Tim Hapgood in the Playwright
Horizon's The Monogamist written by Christopher Kyle. He went on to star in David
Sedans' one-man production, Santaland Diaries at the Atlantic Theater.
Olyphant lives with his family in Los Angeles.
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