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ERIC STOLTZ (Davis) continues to expand his reputation as an actor, producer, and, most recently, director with an eclectic group of projects in film, television, and theater.

Stoltz most recently starred in the Showtime original miniseries "Out of Order” with Felicity Huffirian and William H. Macy.

He made his directorial debut with Paramount Classics and Showtime's 2001 release "My Horrible Year!” The film, which stars Karen Allen and Mimi Rogers, earned Stoltz a Daytime Emmy Nomination.

On the big screen, Stoltz was recently seen in "The Butterfly Effect” starring Ashton Kutcher. Other feature films include John Schultz's "When Zachary Beaver Came to Town,” with Jonathan Lipnicki and Jane Krakowski, "Happy flour,” with Anthony LaPaglia, "Pulp Fiction,” "Little Women,” "Rob Roy,” "Anaconda,” and "2 Days in the Valley.”

It was Stoltz's startling portrayal of teenager Rocky Dennis in Peter Bogdanovich's "Mask” that first gained the actor nationwide acclaim. The role also earned him a Golden Globe nomination. Additional film roles have included "Memphis Belle,” "Some Kind of Wonderful,” and "Fast Times at Ridgemont High.” He also performed cameo roles in the Cameron Crowe films "Jerry Maguire,” "Singles,” and "Say Anything.”

Stoltz has starred in a number of successful independent films including "Kicking and Screaming,” "Killing Zoc,” and the 1992 Sundance Film "The Waterdance,” with Helen Hunt. He produced and starred in the films "Mr. Jealousy,” "Bodies, Rest & Motion,” and "Sleep With Me.”

On stage, Stoltz has starred in the Broadway productions of Larry Gelbart's "Sly Fox” with Richard Dreyfuss, Chekhov's "Three Sisters” with Lili Taylor, and "Two Shakesperean Actors” with Victor Garber. He was honored with a Tony Award nomination for his work in the Broadway revival of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town.”

Stoltz's television work includes a season on the long-running drama "Chicago Hope,” a recurring role as Helen Hunt's former boyfriend on "Mad About You,” and a recurring role in the critically acclaimed "Once and Again,” an episode of which he also directed. He is a contributor to the book New York City Secrets by Robert Kahn as well as to the children's sing-along CD "Philadelphia Chickens” by Sandra Boynton, which also features Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, and Patti LuPone.

When he's not working in New York or Los Angeles, Stoltz spends time on his ranch in New Mexico.


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