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DAVID MORSE (Adult Bobby Garfield) has established a diverse career that includes work in film, television and theater. Morse recently starred in "Dancer in the Dark" for director Lars Von Trier and "Proof of Life" opposite Meg Ryan and Russell Crowe. Upcoming Morse stars in Alex and Andrew Smith's independent film, "The Slaughter Rule" and "Double Vision" from the producers of "Crouching Tiger. Hidden Dragon."

Morse made his motion picture debut in Richard Dormer's acclaimed feature "Inside Moves." He went on to star in two Sean Penn dramas, "Indian Runner" and "The Crossing Guard" and "George B." Morse's other feature film credits include "The Green Mile," "Crazy In Alabama," "Bait," "The Negotiator," "Contact," "Extreme Measures," "The Long Kiss Goodnight," "The Rock," "12 Monkeys," "The Good Son," "Desperate Hours," "The Getaway" and "Personal Foul."

On television Morse is well known for his role in the Emmy winning ensemble drama, "St. Elsewhere." Other television roles include the comedy series "Big Wave Dave" and teleflims such as "Murder: Live," "Prototype," "Shattered Vows," "Stephen King's 'The Langoliers,"' "When Dreams Come True," "Six Against the Rock," '"Cry in the Wild" and TNT's "Tecumseh: The Last Warrior." Most recently he completed production as the lead in PBS' "Diary of a City Priest," which will air in 2001.

For his appearance in Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize winning drama, "How I Learned to Drive," he won the Drama League Award, the Lucille Lortel Award, the Drama Desk Award and the Obie. In addition, Morse's role in the Los Angeles production "Of Mice and Men" earned him the Drama League Award. Other stage work includes the world premieres of "Redwood Curtain" by Lanford Wilson and "An Almost Holy Picture" by Heather McDonald. As a member of the Boston Repertory Company, Morse worked in over 30 productions between 1971-77.

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