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COLE HAUSER (James "Red" Atkins) reunites with Bruce Willis with whom he co-starred in the WWII drama Hart's War. He most recently co-starred opposite Michelle Pfeiffer and film newcomer Alison Lohman in the film adaptation of the best-selling novel White Oleander as ‘Ray Pruitt,' and will next be seen in John Singleton's The Fast and the Furious 2. Hauser is set to begin shooting Mel Gibson and Icon's Paparazzi.

Hauser, a native of Santa Barbara and a great-grandson of legendary studio founder Harry Warner, made his motion picture debut at age 17 in Robert Mandel's School Ties, in a cast that included Chris O'Donnell, Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. More recently, he collected an Independent Spirit Award nomination as Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of a bigoted soldier in Joel Schumacher's acclaimed Vietnam War drama Tigerland. He also graced the screen opposite Academy Award® winner Robert Duvall in A Shot at Glory. Both films were screened at the 2000 Toronto Film Festival.

Hauser's additional film credits include David Twohy's Pitch Black with Vin Diesel, Stephen Frears Hi-Lo Country opposite Billy Crudup, Gus Van Sant's Good Will Hunting which reunited him with Damon and Affleck, John Singleton's Higher Learning, Adam Goldberg's indie directorial debut Scotch and Milk and Richard Linklater's cult hit Dazed and Confused.

On the small screen, Hauser appeared as a series regular on the Steven Spielberg/ABC drama "High Incident."


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