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CRAIG T. NELSON (Kelly Stone) is an actor, writer, director and producer. Last year, audiences got to "hear” a new side of Nelson: he voiced ‘Bob Paar,' or as the character was known in his superhero days, ‘Mr. Incredible,' in the Oscar winning animated hit "The Incredibles.”

Nelson starred as ‘Jack Mannion' in the series "The District,” a drama inspired by the experiences of real-life police crime fighter Jack Maple. "The District” aired for four seasons, 2000-2004. Nelson was Co-Executive Producer and directed several episodes of "The District.”

In 1997, Nelson completed his eighth and final season on "Coach,” starring as 'Hayden Fox.' He directed numerous episodes and received three Emmy nominations – in 1990, 1991 and 1992 – for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. He won an Emmy for the 1991-1992 season, and he received four Golden Globe nominations for the series.

Nelson made his Broadway debut as ‘Nat Miller' in Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!" at the Vivian Beaumont Theater/Lincoln Center, in the spring of 1998. The show played to rave reviews during its limited run.

Nelson began his career as a writer/performer on the "Lohman and Barkley Show,” and he won a Los Angeles Emmy Award for the show. He also wrote for "The Alan King Special” and "The Tim Conway Show.”

He guest starred on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and on "Private Benjamin.” Nelson starred in the critically acclaimed series "Call to Glory” and directed its final episode.

Nelson's television movies include Showtime's award winning "Dirty Pictures,” a true story based on the nation's first obscenity trial involving a museum and its director, who was put on trial for exhibiting the controversial Robert Mapplethorpe photographs. It won the 2000 Golden Globe for Miniseries or Movie Made for Television.

Nelson starred in the television film "Ride with the Wind,” a story of hope, discovery and recovery that Nelson scripted. Nelson also was Executive Producer under the banner of his Family Tree Productions, in association with Hearst Entertainment.

Craig T. Nelson/Family Tree Productions acquired the rights to several projects, including that of the life and times of five-time land speed record holder Craig Breedlove. Nelson will write the screenplay and executive produce. The feature project will focus on Breedlove's achievements during the 1960s.

Other feature film acting credits include "The Skulls,” "All Over Again,” "Devil's Advocate,” "Ghosts of Mississippi,” "I'm Not Rappaport,” "Poltergeist" and "Poltergeist II: The Other Side," "Action Jackson," "The Killing Fields," "Silkwood" and "The Osterman Weekend.”

Nelson became enthralled with the art of auto racing when he participated in the 1991 Toyota Pro Celebrity Grand Prix. He formed Screaming Eagles Racing Enterprise in 1992. The team was disbanded in 1998.

In 1999, Nelson was a guest driver with Paul Gentilozzi's Rocket Racing Sports Trans Am team. He drove a Corvette in the 100 BF Goodrich Tires Trans-Am Series Race at Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, and in the Tenneco Detroit Grand Prix.

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