CHRIS O'DONNELL recently wrapped production on Arthur Allen Seidelman's THE
SISTERS, a modern-day re-imagining of Chekhov's THREE SISTERS. O'Donnell also recently
starred as a high-altitude mountain climber in the hit action-thriller VERTICAL LIMIT, and as
The Hit Man in the indie thriller 29 PALMS. In 1999, he appeared opposite RenÃ©e Zellweger in
the romantic comedy THE BACHELOR, and in Robert Altman's acclaimed comedy COOKIE'S
O'Donnell made his screen debut in 1990, earning critical praise for his portrayal of
Jessica Lange's rebellious teenage son in Paul Brickman's MEN DON'T LEAVE. After a
memorable cameo in FRIED GREEN TOMATOES, O'Donnell continued his ascent to stardom
with 1992's SCHOOL TIES and the award-winning SCENT OF A WOMAN, in which he starred
opposite Al Pacino, earning a Golden Globe Nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
O'Donnell enjoyed further success with starring turns in THE THREE MUSKETEERS,
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS, and MAD LOVE. In 1995, he vaulted to worldwide stardom as Robin in
the mega-hit BATMAN FOREVER, reprising his role in the 1997 sequel, BATMAN and
ROBIN. Other film credits include BLUE SKY, THE CHAMBER, and Sir Richard
Attenborough's IN LOVE AND WAR.
Onstage, O'Donnell made his Broadway debut in Arthur Miller's THE MAN WHO HAD
ALL THE LUCK. He also appeared opposite Angela Lansbury in Terrance McNally's GHOST
LIGHT, produced by Mike Nichols.
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