ROBERT DUVALL has starred in
some of America's most acclaimed films: The Godfather, which
earned him an Oscar nomination, and The Godfather, Part II; he was
nominated a second time for an Oscar for his performance in Apocalypse Now; he
was nominated a third time for The Great Santini, and won an Academy
Award as Best Actor for Tender Mercies.
Duvall wrote, directed and starred in The
Apostle, receiving an Academy Award nomination for the title character. He
co-starred in Deep Impact and A Civil Action, which won him his
sixth Academy Award nomination and a Golden Globe nomination. He followed this
with Gone in 60 Seconds. Duvall honed his craft in such 60's and 70's
classics as Bullitt, True Grit, M*A*S*H, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, The
Eagle Has Landed, The Greatest and The Betsy. The 80's saw him in The
Stone Boy, The Natural, The Lightship, Let's Get Harry and Colors as
well as the popular mini-series Lonesome Dove. During the 90's, Duvall
starred in Days of Thunder, A Handmaid's Tale, A Show of Force, Convicts,
Rambling Rose, Falling Down, Geronimo and Wrestling Ernest Hemingway.
Duvall formed Butcher's Run Films in
1992, starring in A Family Thing, which earned a Humanitas Award,
followed by The Man Who Captured Eichmann. In the last few years, Duvall
has been seen in The Paper, The Stars Fell on Henrietta, The Scarlet
Letter, The Sixth Day and A Shot at Glory.
Duvall's most recent credits include Gods
& Generals, the prequel to Gettysburg, in which he stars as
General Robert E. Lee, and John Q. He also directed, wrote, produced and
starred in the acclaimed Assassination Tango. He was most recently seen
in director Kevin Costner's Open
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