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JEREMY NORTHAM worked with Possession star Gwyneth Paltrow on Douglas McGrath's "Emma." More recently, starring as matinee idol Ivor Novello in Robert Altman's much-honored "Gosford Park," he was one of the members of the SAG Award-winning ensemble cast (which also included Possession costar Tom Hollander).

He is currently at work portraying famed singer/actor Dean Martin in John Gray's CBS telefilm "Martin & Lewis," starring opposite Sean Hayes as Jerry Lewis. He recently wrapped filming Keith Gordon's "The Singing Detective," with Robert Downey Jr.

Northam's performances in Oliver Parker and David Mamet's adaptations of "An Ideal Husband" and "The Winslow Boy," together with his work in Mark Illsley's "Happy, Texas," garnered him these honors: the London Evening Standard Award for Actor of the Year, the Variety Club Film Award for Actor of the Year, and the London Critics Circle Award for Best British Actor. His other film credits include Irwin Winkler's "The Net," Brian Skeet's "The Misadventures of Margaret," Guillermo del Toro's "Mimic," Steven Spielberg's "Amistad," Sidney Lumet's "Gloria," the Merchant Ivory production of "The Golden Bowl," Michael Apted's "Enigma" (another of his features which also starred Possession costar Tom Hollander), and Vincenzo Natali's upcoming "The Company Man."

Trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (1984-1986), Northam won the 1990 Olivier Award for Outstanding Newcomer for performance as Edward Voysey in Richard Eyre's National Theatre production of "The Voysey Inheritance." His many other stage credits include Royal Shakespeare Company productions of "Love's Labour's Lost," "The Country Wife," and "The Gift of the Gorgon"; National Theatre productions of "Hamlet," "The Shaughraun," and "School for Scandal"; and stagings of "Certain Young Men," "Way of the World," "Three Sisters," and "La Bete."

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