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KURT RUSSELL (Steve Stronghold/The Commander) has delivered memorable comedic and dramatic film performances for 40 years, having previously worked with director John Carpenter on "Escape from New York,” which depicted Snake Plisskin's earlier adventures. Russell has also worked with Carpenter on the acclaimed telefilm "Elvis,” for which Russell received an Emmy® nomination, and the features "The Thing” and "Big Trouble in Little China.”

His other films include Mike Nichols' "Silkwood,” Robert Zemeckis' "Used Cars” and Jonathan Demme's "Swing Shift,” followed by "Overboard,” "Tequila Sunrise,” "Tango & Cash” and "Backdraft.” He has also starred in "The Mean Season,” "The Best of Times,” "Winter People,” "Captain Ron” and "Unlawful Entry.”

Russell's long association with Disney Studios spanned more than 20 years. He completed 10 films, including "Follow Me, Boy,” "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes,” "The Barefoot Executive” and "The Fox and the Hound,” and appeared in several episodes of "The Wonderful World of Disney.” Other television credits include "Amber Waves” and "The Deadly Tower,” in which Russell portrayed the Texas murderer Charles Whitman.

More recently, Russell was seen in the films "Vanilla Sky” staring Tom Cruise, "Dark Blue” for MGM and "Miracle” for Disney in 2004. Next, Kurt can be seen in the upcoming DreamWorks picture "Dreamer.”


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