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ROBERT DOWNEY JR. (Harry) has evolved into one of the most respected actors in Hollywood. With an amazing list of credits to his name, he has managed to stay new and fresh even after three decades in the business. Downey received an Academy Award nomination and won the BAFTA for best actor for his performance in the title role of Chaplin, released in 1992. 

In November 2004, Robert Downey Jr. released his debut album called The Futurist on the Sony Classics Label. The album, which contains eight original songs that Downey wrote, and two cover songs, shows off his sultry singing voice, and his musical talents. 

Downey is set to begin filming Fur in early May with Nicole Kidman, directed by Steven Shainberg. Downey plays husband to Kidman's character, Diane Arbus; the revered photographer whose images captured attention in the early 1960s. After her suicide in 1971, she became the first American photographer to be exhibited at the Venice Biennale. Downey completed production filming Good Night and Good Luck, directed by George Clooney. Downey plays Joe Wershabe, a reporter part of the controversial Edward R. Murrow CBS team that leads the ‘witch-hunts' against Senator Joe McCarthy. 

Along with Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Downey has finished production on two other films this year including Richard Linklater's futuristic drama A Scanner Darkly. The film co-stars Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder and Woody Harrelson living in an America that has lost the war on drugs. The second film is Shaggy Dog, where a man tries to live a normal life despite the fact that he sometimes turns into a sheepdog.

In October 2003, Downey was seen in two very different films – the first being The Singing Detective, which was a musical / drama / remake of the popular BBC hit of the same name. The film has Downey singing and dancing alongside Adrien Brody, Katie Holmes and Robin Wright-Penn. The second film was the Warner Bros. Pictures' thriller Gothika, starring Halle Berry and Penelope Cruz. Downey played a psychiatrist who works in a mental institution. 

Downey made his primetime television debut in 2001 joining the cast of the TV series Ally McBeal, playing the role of attorney Larry Paul. For this role, he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television, as well as the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male in a Comedy Series. In addition, Downey was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

In 2000, Downey co-starred with Michael Douglas and Toby Maguire in Wonder Boys, directed by Curtis Hanson. In this dramatic comedy, Downey played the role of a bi-sexual literary agent. In April 2000 he starred alongside Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy in the hit comedy Bowfinger. 

In September of 1999, he starred in Black and White, written and directed by James Toback, along with Ben Stiller, Elijah Wood, Gaby Hoffman, Brooke Shields and Claudia Schiffer. Black and White is about a group of white high school teens and their excursions into the lives of Harlem's black hip-hop crowd. In January of 1999, he starred with Annette Bening and Aidan Quinn in the film In Dreams, directed by Neil Jordan, playing the villain. In 1998, Downey co-starred with Tommy Lee Jones and Wesley Snipes in Warner Bros. Pictures' U.S. Marshals, directed by Stuart Baird. Also, he starred with Heather Graham and Natasha Gregson Wagner in the critically acclaimed Two Girls and a Guy, directed by James Toback. 

In 1997, Downey was seen in Robert Altman's The Gingerbread Man, starring with Kenneth Branagh, Daryl Hannah and Embeth Davitz; Hugo Pool, directed by his father Robert Downey Sr., starring Sean Penn and Patrick Dempsey; and One Night Stand, directed by Mike Figgis and starring Wesley Snipes and


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