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REIGN OF FIRE

Named by Entertainment Weekly as one of the "Most Creative People in Entertainment," by Premiere Magazine as one of the "Hottest Leading Men Under 30," and by Interview Magazine as one of the "Most Wanted Actors of the new Millennium," CHRISTIAN BALE's (Quinn) decade-plus career spans a variety and versatility unique for a 28-year-old actor. Audiences were first introduced to Christian when he starred in Steven Spielberg's WWII epic, "Empire of the Sun." His performance scored a National Board of Review award. Christian went on to break hearts around the world opposite Winona Ryder in the American classic, "Little Women," and garnered praise for a number of memorable performances, including: Jane Campion's "The Portrait of a Lady"; Todd Haynes' glam rock epic, "Velvet Goldmine"; as Jesus Christ in Eunice Kennedy Shriver's NBC telefilm, "Mary, Mother of Jesus"; and as a misguided suitor opposite Calista Flockhart in "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Critics were unanimous in their acclaim for Christian's gruesomely comic turn, starring in the controversial "American Psycho." For his performance as the fashion-conscious serial killer, Christian earned Best Actor nominations from the London Film Critics Circle, Empire Magazine as well as from the Online Film Critics Society.

Christian next went mano-a-mano with Samuel L. Jackson in the action thriller "Shaft." He returned to heartthrob status as a hunky Greek fisherman in a tragic love triangle with Nicolas Cage and Penelope Cruz in last summer's WWII romance, "Captain Corelli's Mandolin."

This year, in addition to "Reign of Fire," Christian stars in the futuristic action pic, "Equilibrium," with Emily Watson and Taye Diggs for Dimension Films. He has just completed shooting "Laurel Canyon," which co-stars Kate Beckinsale and Frances McDormand and is directed by Lisa Cholodenko.

The handsome and charismatic Welsh-born actor has also attracted one of the largest fandoms on the Internet, which led Entertainment Weekly to declare Christian to be one of the "most powerful cult figures of the past decade." He is also very active supporting various animal rights causes and was recently named to the Honorary Board of Directors of Ark Trust.

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