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GUY PEARCE (Alexander Hartdegen) most recently received critical acclaim for his compelling performance as a man hunting his wife's killer in the intriguing suspense thriller "Memento." He had previously garnered widespread praise for his role as the detective Ed Exley in Curtis Hanson's award-winning film noir drama "L.A. Confidential." His work in the latter brought Pearce a SAG Award nomination, shared with his fellow cast, including Kim Basinger, Kevin Spacey and Russell Crowe.

Born in England and raised from the age of three in Australia, Pearce began acting on the stage at the age of eight. His breakthrough role came on Australia's syndicated television series "Neighbours," on which he starred from 1985 to 1989. Pearce first gained international attention when he starred as a young drag performer in "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert."

Pearce is currently onscreen in Kevin Reynolds' swashbuckling drama "The Count of Monte Cristo." His other recent film credits include William Friedkin's military drama "Rules of Engagement," with Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson; the independent feature "A Slipping Down Life," opposite Lili Taylor; and the offbeat horror comedy "Ravenous." He next stars in two Australian films: "Till Human Voices Wake Us," with Helena Bonham Carter, and "The Hard Word," opposite Rachel Griffiths.


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