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JOHN TURTURRO (Armstrong) was recently seen onscreen with George Clooney in the Coen Brothers' hit comedy "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

Among his numerous film credits are the recent "The Luzhin Defence," "2000 and None," "The Man Who Cried," "Company Man" and "The Cradle Will Rock" as well as earlier titles including "Rounders," "Illuminata" (which he also wrote, directed and produced), "He Got Game," "O.K. Garage," "The Big Lebowski," "Animals," "Lesser Prophets," "Grace of My Heart," "The Search for One-Eyed Jimmy," "Girl 6," "Clockers," "Unstrung Heroes," "Quiz Show," "Fearless," "Barton Fink," "Jungle Fever," "Miller's Crossing," "State of Grace," "Mo' Better Blues," "Do the Right Thing," "The Sicilian," "Five Corners," "Hannah and her Sisters," "The Color of Money," "To Live and Die in L.A.," "Desperately Seeking Susan" and "The Flamingo Kid. "He also lent his voice to the character Harvey the Black Dog in Spike Lee's "Summer of Sam."

After studying at the Yale School of Drama, Turturro gained notice in regional and Off-Broadway theater, earning an Obie Award for his starring role in "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea." Following his film debut in Martin Scorsese's 1980 classic "Raging Bull" he returned to the stage to star on Broadway in "Death of a Salesman." Numerous diverse film roles followed until Turturro earned his breakthrough performance in the 1989 "Do the Right Thing," which established a long-time collaboration with director Spike Lee.

In 1992 the multi-talented Turturro wrote, directed and starred in the independent feature "Mac," which earned him the Camera D'Or Award for Best First Feature at the Cannes Film Festival.

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