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As an acclaimed actor, writer and director, TIM BLAKE NELSON (Dr. Pendanski) continues to amaze audiences with his versatility. 

As an actor, Nelson recently co-starred in Miguel Arteta's "The Good Girl” opposite Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal, John C. Reilly and Zoey Deschannel. "The Good Girl” was nominated for a 2002 Independent Spirit Award for "Best Feature.” 

Additionally, Tim recently starred in Finn Taylor's "Cherish” opposite Robin Tunney, Steven Spielberg's "Minority Report” co-starring Tom Cruise, Samantha Morton and Colin Farrell, and the Coen Brothers' acclaimed hit "O Brother, Where Art Thou?” with George Clooney and John Turturro. "O Brother” was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Picture - Musical or Comedy. In addition to starring in the film, Nelson recorded a song for the "O Brother” soundtrack, which won a Grammy Award. 

Nelson will next star in Helmut Schleppi's "A Foreign Affair” opposite David Arquette and Emily Mortimer. "A Foreign Affair” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. 

Nelson recently wrapped production on "Max & Grace” opposite Natasha Lyonne and "Wonderland” opposite Val Kilmer and Lisa Kudrow. Nelson's other screen acting credits include Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line,” Mike Newell's "Donnie Brasco,” Hal Hartley's "Amateur,” Nora Ephron's "This Is My Life,” and Larry McMurtry's "Dead Man's Walk.” 

Nelson's "The Grey Zone,” which he wrote and directed, starred Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Mira Sorvino, David Arquette, Allan Corduner and Natasha Lyonne. The film premiered at the 2001 Toronto Film Festival and opened October 11, 2002. "The Grey Zone” is a dramatic story of the Sonderkommandos, special squads of Jews who processed corpses in the crematoria at Birkenau. Shot in Bulgaria, "The Grey Zone” is based on his award-winning play. The National Board of Review (2002) honored "The Grey Zone” with a Special Recognition of Films that Reflect the Freedom of Expression. 

Nelson also directed "O,” a contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare's "Othello” starring Martin Sheen, Julia Stiles, Josh Hartnett, and Mekhi Phifer for Lions Gate. "O” premiered at the 2001 Seattle Film Festival, where Tim was awarded Best Director. 

Nelson wrote and directed the film "Eye of God,” starring Martha Plimpton, Hal Holbrook, and Kevin Anderson, which appeared at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, and was released theatrically in the United States later that year. The film received the top award at the 1997 Seattle Film Festival, as well as the Tokyo Bronze Prize at the Tokyo Film Festival. 

As a playwright, Nelson's produced plays include "The Grey Zone,” "Eye of God” and "Anna Darko.” He has also acted extensively in New York Theatre. Tim's credits include "Oedipus,” "Troilus and Cressida,” "Les Bourgeois Avant-Garde,” "Mac Wellman's Dracula,” "The Amazon's Voice,” "An Imaginary Life,” "The Baltimore Waltz,” "Mad Forest,” "The Innocents Crusade,” "Richard III,” and "Twelfth Night.” 

Nelson was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is a graduate of Brown University and the Julliard Theater Center. He resides in New York City with his wife and 2 sons.

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