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DERMOT MULRONEY (Everett Stone) is in production on "Griffin and Phoenix,” in which he stars opposite Amanda Peet. The film, written and directed by Ed Stone, is a poignantly funny love story about two people who face a seemingly insurmountable obstacle that may stand between them and a last chance at love. Mulroney stars with Diane Lane in the romantic comedy "Must Love Dogs.” He starred opposite Debra Messing in the romantic comedy "The Wedding Date,” and with Josh Lucas and Jamie Bell in director David Gordon Green's "Undertow.”

Mulroney appeared in Alexander Payne's "About Schmidt,” and in "The Safety of Objects,” an ensemble film adapted from the A.M. Homes novel of the same name.

His credits also include "My Best Friend's Wedding,” "Lovely and Amazing,” "Trixie,” "Goodbye Lover,” "Where the Money Is,” "Trigger Effect,” "Kansas City,” "Copycat,” "Living in Oblivion” and "How To Make An American Quilt.”

Mulroney's earlier work includes "Longtime Companion,” "Where the Day Takes You,” "Samantha,” "Staying Together,” "The Thing Called Love,” "Young Guns,” "Point of No Return,” "Bad Girls,” "Sunset” and "Career Opportunities.”

For television, Mulroney appeared in a multi-episode guest-starring role on "Friends,” the HBO film "Long Gone,” the four hour drama "Family Pictures,” the film "The Heart of Justice”; the movie-of-the-week "Daddy”; "Unconquered,” in which he starred as football and track star Richard Flowers; "Sin of Innocence”; and the ABC After School Special, "Toma-The Drug Knot.”

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