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COLM FEORE (Karl Gunderson) recently appeared in The Deal, starring opposite Christian Slater; and the ABC mini series "Empire” in which he portrays Julius Caesar. Feore recently finished starring with Denzel Washington and received rave reviews from critics everywhere for his portrayal of Cassius in the Broadway performance of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar."

Colm appeared in Chicago with Richard Gere, which won the SAG award for Best Ensemble Cast. He played the title role in the miniseries "Trudeau” for which he won the 2002 Monte Carlo Television Festival award for Best Actor and the 2002 Gemini Award for Best Actor in a Mini Series. Feore won a Jutra Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work on the film The Red Violin. He also earned a Genie Award nomination for his performance as Canada's eccentric music genius in Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould.

Feore played major roles in National Security with Martin Lawrence; Sum Of All Fears with Ben Affleck; John Woo's Paycheck, also with Ben Affleck; The Chronicles of Riddick starring opposite Vin Diesel; Pancho Villa opposite Antonio Banderas; Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor with Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale; The Day Reagan Was Shot with Richard Dreyfuss; Titus with Anthony Hopkins; The Insider with Russell Crowe and Al Pacino, City Of Angels with Meg Ryan, and John Woo's Face/Off with John Travolta and Nicolas Cage have made Feore a familiar face in major motion pictures.

His television work includes starring roles in the movies "Trapped in a Purple Haze” and "Forget Me Never” with Mia Farrow; the mini-series "Haven” with Natasha Richardson; Stephen King's "Storm Of the Century”; the Emmy Award winning cable movie "Truman”, with Gary Sinise; and "The Virginian”, starring and directed by Bill Pullman.

Feore first gained prominence as one of Canada's premier stage actors through thirteen seasons with the prestigious Stratford Festival, playing virtually all of Shakespeare's leading men, from Richard III and Lago, to Romeo and Hamlet. He was recently on stage as Claudius in the Public Theater production of Hamlet in New York.

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