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CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER (John Adams Gates) is recognized as one of the finest classical actors of his generation. He made his New York debut in 1954 and went on to star in many celebrated productions on Broadway and London's West End. He became a leading actor at England's National Theatre, The Royal Shakespeare Company and Canada's Stratford Festival. More recently, his Broadway appearances include the award-winning "Barrymore,” in which he has also toured all over North America. Plummer has also written for the stage, television and the concert hall. In 1986, he was inducted into Theatre's Hall of Fame.

As a veteran of over 80 motion pictures, his films include the Oscar®-winning "The Sound of Music,” as well as "The Man Who Would Be King,” "Waterloo,” "The Pink Panther,” "Silent Partner,” "Battle of Britain,” "The Fall of the Roman Empire,” "Murder By Decree,” "Somewhere in Time,” "Star Trek VI,” "Dragnet,” "Wolf,” "Dolores Claiborne,” "12 Monkeys,” "Wes Craven presents…Dracula 2000,” "The Insider,” "Nicholas Nickelby,” "Ararat,” "Cold Creek Manor” and Oliver Stone's upcoming "Alexander the Great.”

In the past few years, Plummer has been lauded for his portrayals of TV journalist Mike Wallace in Disney's award-winning film "The Insider,” for which Plummer won both the Los Angeles and Boston Critics Awards, and of F. Lee Bailey in NBC's critically acclaimed TV movie "American Tragedy.”

Apart from numerous honors from the UK, USA, Austria and Canada, Plummer has won two Tony Awards, two Emmy® Awards, Britain's Evening Standard Award, Canada's Genie Award, plus many nominations. He has been made an Honorary Doctor of Arts from New York's Julliard School, and in 1968, sanctioned by Queen Elizabeth, he was made a Companion of the Order of Canada, his country's highest honor.


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