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JEREMY RENNER (Bobby) was most recently seen in theaters as part of the ensemble cast of The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things, directed by Asia Argento, as adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by J.T. LeRoy. Prior to that, he starred in the summer 2003 hit S.W.A.T., opposite Colin Farrell and Samuel L. Jackson. Since completing those films, Renner has been on a fast-paced production schedule with several projects set for release in 2005.

Renner completed back-to-back productions on the independent films 12 and Holding and A Little Trip to Heaven. In 12 and Holding Renner demonstrates his dramatic range playing Gus, a firefighter who moves to a new town after the haunting loss of a young girl in a fire and finds redemption by helping a girl in his new town cope with her own loss. A Little Trip to Heaven then finds Renner refining his skill for dark troubled characters that earned the actor an Independent Spirit Award nomination for his breakout role in the title role of Dahmer. Starring opposite Julia Stiles, Renner portrays a diabolical con man who breaks out of prison to find his partner-in-crime/lover murdering her current lover, faking his own death, and convincing her to join him in a new scheme. Renner will also be seen starring opposite Gabrielle Union in the independent film Neo Ned, which screened at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival.

Renner also made a special appearance in Lords of Dogtown for director Catherine Hardwicke, and Aura Entertainment's independent film Love Comes to the Executioner, written and directed by Kyle Bergersen. Lords is a fictionalized version of the documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys by Stacy Peralta. Love tells the tale of a recent college graduate who becomes the star executioner at the local prison where his own brother is slated to die.

With a background in theater, Renner keeps in "shapeā€¯ by performing in plays throughout the Los Angeles area. His most memorable was Search and Destroy, which he not only starred in but also co-directed, and was produced by Barry Levinson to stellar reviews.

Between film and theater, Renner finds the time to write, record, and perform his own brand of contemporary rock. He has written songs for Warner Chapel Publishing and Universal Publishing.

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