BENJAMIN BRATT (Detedive Wade Handler) most recently
starred as the title character in Leon Ichaso's "Pinero," the
critically acclaimed biopic about the controversial Latino poet, playwright and
actor Miguel Pinero. He also made a cameo appearance in Steven Soderberg's
Academy AwardÂ®-winning "Traffic," written by Stephen Gaghan.
Bratt's additional screen credits include "Miss
Congeniality," opposite Sandra Bullock, "Red Planet," with Val
Kilmer and Carrie-Anne Moss, John Schlesinger's "The Next Best
Thing," "The River Wild," with Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon,
Phillip Noyce's "Clear And Present Danger," starring Harrison Ford,
"Demolition Man," with Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes, Peter Bratt's "Follow Me Home," featuring Alfre
Woodard, Taylor Hackford's "Bound by Honor," "Bright Angel," co-starring Lili Taylor and Dermot
Mulroney and "One Good Cop," with Michael Keaton.
Bratt established himself on Dick Wolf's critically
acclaimed drama "Law & Order." A series regular for four seasons,
he received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama
Series for his portrayal of Detective Reynaldo Curtis in 1999. Bratt also
starred in Showtime's "Woman Undone," with Randy Quaid and Mary
McDonnell, "James A. Michener's Texas," and "After the
Storm," based on the story by Earnest Hemingway.
He is currently filming "The Great Raid" for
director John DahI. Based on a true story, the film stars Bratt as Henry Mucci,
an army ranger colonel chosen to lead a POW camp invasion in the last days of
World War II.
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