DERMOT MULRONEY (Randall
Hertzel) starred opposite Julia Roberts and Cameron Diaz in My Best Friend's
Wedding. Since then he starred in Roland Joffe's comedy Goodbye Lover,
co-starring Patricia Arquette and Ellen DeGeneres; in Alan Rudolph's Trixie,
along with Emily Watson and Nick Nolte; and in Where the Money Is,
opposite Paul Newman and Linda Fiorentino. He will star again for director Alan
Rudolph in the recently completed feature Investigating Sex, shot in
Other credits include The Trigger
Effect with Elisabeth Shue; Kansas City with Jennifer Jason Leigh; Copycat
opposite Holly Hunter and Sigourney Weaver; and Tom DiCillo's satirical
look at the world of independent filmmaking, Living In Oblivion, opposite
Steve Buscemi and Catherine Keener. Mulroney co-produced the film, which won
awards at both the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals.
Mulroney has also appeared in How to
Make an American Quilt, Bastard Out of Carolina, Longtime Companion, Where the
Day Takes You, Samantha, Staying Together, Silent Tongue, Bad Girls, The Thing
Called Love, Point of No Return, Where the Day Takes You, Career Opportunities,
Bright Angel and Young Guns.
Mulroney earned an ACE nomination for
Best Supporting Actor for his work in the HBO film Long Gone. Other
credits for television include ABC's Family Picture with Anjelica
Huston, the TNT feature The Heart of Justice, ABC's Daddy, CBS'
Unconquered and Sin of
His band, "The Low and Sweet
Orchestra," released its first album through Interscope Records.
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