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HARVEY KEITEL (Agent Sadusky) has twice been nominated for an Academy Award®: for Best Actor in Jane Campion's "The Piano” and for Best Supporting Actor in Barry Levinson's "Bugsy.” Throughout his career, he has created some of the most strikingly unique characters in modern cinema.

A Brooklyn native, Keitel trained extensively on stage before he was cast by Martin Scorsese in "Who's That Knocking on My Door?” in 1968. This led to leading roles in Scorsese's films "Mean Streets,” "Taxi Driver” and "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore,” establishing him as a leading star of his generation. Keitel went on to work with Ridley Scott ("The Duellists”), Bertrand Tavernier ("Deathwatch”), Robert Altman ("Buffalo Bill and The Indians”), Brian De Palma ("Wise Guys”), Alan Rudolph ("Welcome To L.A.”) and Nicolas Roeg ("Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession”). He then took memorable roles in such films as "The Border,” "The Last Temptation of Christ,” "The Two Jakes,” "Thelma and Louise,” "Sister Act,” "Reservoir Dogs” (which he also co-produced), "The Bad Lieutenant,” "Pulp Fiction,” "Smoke,” "From Dusk Til Dawn,” "Cop Land,” "U-571” and "Red Dragon,” among others. As a producer, Keitel's credits include "Blue in the Face,” "Three Seasons,” "Dreaming of Julia,” "The Grey Zone” and "Beautiful Country.”

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