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MARTON CSOKAS (Guy de Lusignan) was born in New Zealand, and attended Canterbury University in Christchurch. He was accepted into the Te Kura Toi Whakaari/New Zealand Drama School. With a grounding in Shakespeare, Chekhov, and Brecht, he starred in the acclaimed 1996 film Broken English, which brought him a New Zealand Film nomination for Best Actor. For an episode in the popular television series G.P., he was nominated for an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Performance in a Drama. He was also seen internationally in the highly praised television movie, The Three Stooges.

Csokas has worked nonstop in recent years. He co-starred in Richard Donner's Timeline, based on Michael Crichton's bestselling novel. In quick succession he co-starred in the hit thriller The Bourne Supremacy; completed the Italian independent film Evilinko, opposite Malcolm McDowell; starred opposite Sir Ian McKellen and Natasha Richardson in Asylum; and appeared in John Dahl's The Great Raid, with Joseph Fiennes. He was last seen opposite Vin Diesel in Rob Cohen's action thriller XXX; in Jerry Bruckheimer's production of Down and Under; followed by Alex Proyas's Garage Days; and Rain, a film from New Zealand that screened at the Cannes Film Festival in the Directors Fortnight. Upcoming is the science fiction adventure Aeon Flux, starring Charlize Theron.


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