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GEORGE CLOONEY (Chris Kelvin) first collaborated with Steven Soderbergh when he starred as fugitive bank robber Jack Foley in the Oscar-nominated "Out of Sight," a film adaptation of Elmore Leonard's best-selling novel. Last year, he starred as Danny Ocean in Soderbergh's retelling of the fabled 1960s film, "Ocean's Eleven."

Previously, he starred in Joel and Ethan Coen's Golden Globe® nominated "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Clooney received the 2000 Golden Globe Award as Best Actor in Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – for the film. The year before that, he starred in the box-office blockbuster "The Perfect Storm," directed by Wolfgang Petersen.

Following his role in "Solaris," Clooney reteamed with the Coen Brothers in "Intolerable Cruelty."

Clooney earned unified critical acclaim for his role as Sergeant Major Archie Gates in the award-winning drama "Three Kings." His previous feature film credits include starring roles in "The Peacemaker," "Batman and Robin," the Twentieth Century Fox romantic comedy "One Fine Day" and the vampire thriller "From Dusk Till Dawn."

Television audiences are familiar with the actor for his Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild™, People's Choice and Emmy®-nominated portrayal of Dr. Douglas Ross on "ER."

Clooney's creative inclination lies behind the camera as well. He is partnered with Steven Soderbergh in the film production company Section Eight, for which he recently made his directorial debut on the Charlie Kaufman adaptation of Chuck Barris' book "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind." Clooney also stars in the film along with Sam Rockwell, Drew Barrymore and Julia Roberts.

The actor continues to develop television projects through his Maysville Pictures. He executive produced and starred in a live television broadcast of "Fail-Safe," which was nominated for a 2000 Golden Globe Award as Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television. The Emmy-award winning telefilm was based on the early 1960's novel of the same name.


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