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ADAM ARKIN plays Max Trundle, Sara's (Eva Mendes) editor at The New York Standard.

Arkin is probably best known for his role on CBS-TV's critically-acclaimed series "Chicago Hope ” — for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award and in which he starred for six seasons. He also received Emmy nominations for his roles on "Northern Exposure” and "Frasier.” Currently, he can be seen in recurring roles on "8 Simple Rules” and "The West Wing.” Arkin's extensive television credits also include "A Year in the Life,” "Picket Fences,” "The Chris Isaak Show,” "A Slight Case of Murder,” in which he co-starred with William H. Macy, and "In the Line of Duty.”

Arkin has also made a name for himself in film, on stage, and as a director. For the stage, he received a Tony nomination for his role in "I Hate Hamlet,” and also starred on Broadway as Nathan Detroit in "Guys and Dolls.” Off-Broadway roles include "Sight Unseen,” "The Extra Man” and "Four Dogs and a Bone,” for the Manhattan Theatre Club, as well as "Fiorello.”

He recently starred in the premiere of Donald Margulies' "Brooklyn Boy” at the Manhattan Theatre Club, a co-production with South Coast Repertory Theatre. Arkin's many film credits include The Doctor with William Hurt and Wrestling Ernest Hemingway with Robert Duvall, both for director Randa Haines, as well as Hanging Up directed by and starring Diane Keaton, Halloween H20, With Friends Like These, Lake Placid, Under the Rainbow and the upcoming Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School.

Recently Arkin won an Emmy Award for directing "My Louisiana Sky,” an acclaimed Showtime film starring Juliette Lewis and Kelsey Keel. For "My Louisiana Sky” Arkin also received a DGA Award nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs, while the film won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Special as well as a Humanitas Prize and a Carnegie Award. Arkin has also directed episodes of "Northern Exposure,” "Chicago Hope,” "Monk” and "Ally McBeal.”


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