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DODGEBALL: A TRUE UNDERDOG STORY

VINCE VAUGHN (Peter LaFleur), a potent combination of charm and charisma, has made his mark among today's generation of talented young actors.

Vaughn recently starred with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson in "Starsky and Hutch,” directed by Todd Phillips. Vaughn played the villain Reece Felman.

Vaughn also starred in the box office hit "Old School” for director Todd Phillips. The film followed three college buddies (Vaughn, Luke Wilson, and Will Ferrell) who attempted to capture the glory of their college days when they became disenchanted with the real world.

Vaughn also stars in the upcoming "Anchorman: The Legend of Run Burgundy” with Will Ferrell. The film takes place in 1970s Portland, Oregon, and follows a group of newscasters working at their local TV station. The movie is set for release in summer 2004.

Also upcoming is "Thumbsucker,” with co-stars Keanu Reeves and Vincent D'Onofrio. Vaughn plays Mr. Geary, a debate coach who tries to break a compulsive thumbsucker of his habit. The film will be released in 2004.

Vaughn stars in the upcoming "Blackball,” inspired by the story of Griff Sanders, the self-styled "John McEnroe of Lawn Bowling,” who received a nationwide ban from the game for excessive swearing. "Blackball” is the fictional story of a Rocky-style rise and fall from local bowls maverick to national sporting hero. Vaughn plays sports agent Rick Schwartz. The film is directed by Mel Smith and produced by James Gay-Rees.

Recently, Vaughn starred in: Jon Favreau's "Made,” opposite Favreau, Sean Combs and Peter Falk; Harold Becker's "Domestic Disturbance,” opposite John Travolta, Teri Polo and Steve Buscemi; Tarsem Singh's "The Cell,” with Jennifer Lopez; Gus Van Sant's "Psycho,” also starring Anne Heche, Julianne Moore, and Viggo Mortenson; Gregory Mosher's "The Prime Gig,” opposite Ed Harris and Julia Ormond; and Joe Ruben's "Return to Paradise,” with Heche and Joaquin Phoenix.

Vaughn also starred in David Dobkin's "Clay Pigeons,” with Janeane Garofalo, Joaquin Phoenix and Georgina Cates, and in Twentieth Century Fox's "A Cool Dry Place,” opposite Monica Potter.

Vaughn had a leading role in Steven Spielberg's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park,” also starring Julianne Moore and Jeff Goldblum. After seeing Vaughn in "Swingers,” Steven Spielberg called him as "a new movie star – an American icon-to-be. You only find those every six or seven years.”

Vaughn starred opposite Ashley Judd and Kate Capshaw in "The Locusts.” The rural mystery was directed by John Patrick Kelly from his original screenplay.

It was Vaughn's performance as ‘Trent,' the cool-as-a-Martini social ringleader in "Swingers” that made Hollywood take notice. Directed by Doug Liman and written by Jon Favreau, "Swingers” is set against the backdrop of Hollywood's hottest back-alley night spots, and told in the language of "cocktail nation,” a 90s retro-swing movement that swept the nation.

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