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RON ELDARD (Dodge) made his screen debut in Nancy Savoca's independent fable True Love.  His most recent work includes Fisher Steven's Just A Kiss with Kyra Sedgwick and Marisa Tomei and Ridley Scott's box office hit Black Hawk Down.

After a brief appearance in Marty Brest's Scent Of A Woman, Eldard starred opposite Cameron Diaz and Courtney B. Vance in Stacy Title's black comedy The Last Supper.  He then starred opposite Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Brad Pitt and Billy Crudup in Barry Levinson's Sleepers, followed by a role in the blockbuster Deep Impact, with Morgan Freeman and Robert Duvall.  Eldard then turned again to comedy, starring opposite Russell Crowe in the light-hearted Mystery Alaska.

Recent stage work includes his performance in the Tony Award-winning production of Death Of A Salesman.  In 1999, Eldard performed in Neil LaBute's BASH, with Calista Flockhart and Paul Rudd, which was filmed and aired on Showtime.

His work in off-Broadway theater included productions of Aven U Boys, directed by Fred Zollo and Servy ‘n' Bernice 4ever, directed by Terry Kinney.  Eldard wrote a one-man show, Standing Eight Count, which he performed at Naked Angels, then went on to star in the Broadway production of On The Waterfront.

On television, Eldard starred in the series ER opposite Julianna Margulies, and the NBC half hour comedy Men Behaving Badly.  He starred opposite Jennifer Jason Leigh in Angelica Huston's critically acclaimed Bastard Out Of Carolina, and as the lead in the HBO original movie When Trumpets Fade, directed by John Irvin.


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