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CHRIS PENN (Ray) won the Best Actor Award at the 1996 Venice Film Festival for Abel Ferrara's "The Funeral." Among his over 30 film credits are "Reservoir Dogs," directed by Quentin Tarantino; "True Romance," directed by Tony Scott; "Short Cuts," directed by Robert Altman; "Rush Hour," directed by Brett Ratner; "At Close Range," directed by James Foley; "Deceiver," directed by Jonas and Josh Pate; and "Mulholland Falls," directed by Lee Tamahori.

Other credits include, "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar," "Imaginary Crimes," "Beethoven's Second," "The Pickle," "Mobsters," "Pale Rider," "The Wild Life," "Footloose," and "All the Right Moves."

At age 16, Penn made his acting debut in Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 classic "Rumblefish."

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