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TIMOTHY OLYPHANT received great notice as the drug dealer ‘Todd Gaines' in Doug Liman's critically applauded film Go. Prior to this, Olyphant starred in Disney's Gone in 60 Seconds, as ‘Mickey' in Scream 2, in the indie film 1999, A Life Less Ordinary alongside Cameron Diaz and Ewan McGregor, The First Wives Club and Rock Star.

Olyphant was seen two years ago in the Sony Classics' indie hit dramedy, Broken Hearts Club—A Romantic Comedy, which tells the story of a close-knit group of young gay men who struggle to cope with their identity and find comfort in playing together on a softball team. The film was written and directed by Greg Berlanti and also stars John Mahoney and Dean Cain.

Olyphant most recently finished shooting the pilot episode for the new HBO western series "Deadwood" created by David Milch and directed by Walter Hill. He will next be seen starring opposite Morgan Freeman in Warner Bros. Dreamcatcher, directed by Larry Kasdan, and in The Safety of Objects co-starring Glenn Close and Dermot Mulroney.

On television, Olyphant appeared in the HBO film, "When Trumpets Fade," directed by John Irvin. He has also appeared on ABC's critically acclaimed drama, "High Incident" as rookie cop Brett Faraday. Olyphant made his television debut with the series "77 Sunset Strip" for Warner Bros. and appeared in the CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame special "Ellen Foster" starring Julie Harris.

Born in Hawaii and raised in California, Olyphant attended USC where he developed an interest in the fine and performing arts. Olyphant studied drawing, painting, sculpting, theater and stand-up comedy. Upon graduation, Olyphant moved to New York to enroll in William Esper's acting program to perfect his craft. There he received the World Theater Award for Outstanding Debut Performance for his role as Tim Hapgood in the Playwright Horizon's "The Monogamist", written by Christopher Kyle. He went on to star in David Sedaris' one-man production, "Santaland Diaries," directed by Joe Mantello, at the Atlantic Theater. He recently returned to the Playwright Horizon starring in "Plunge", also written by Christopher Kyle.

Prior to acting, Olyphant swam competitively at USC and was a U.S. National Finalist in the 200 individual Medley.

Olyphant lives with his wife and two children in Los Angeles.

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