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OLIVER PLATT (PAPRIZZIO), an Emmy®Award nominee, stars as Russell opposite Hank Azaria in the original drama series "Huff ” for Showtime. Platt has enjoyed a successful career in film, in television, and on stage. His film credits include "Funny Bones,” "Bulworth,” "Married To The Mob,” "Working Girl,” "Flatliners,” "Postcards From The Edge,” "Indecent Proposal,” "The Three Musketeers,” "A Time To Kill,” "Doctor Dolittle,” "Simon Birch,” "Lake Placid” and "Don't Say A Word.” He recently received critical acclaim for his starring role in United Artists' "Pieces Of April” and will soon be seen in Harold Ramis' "Ice Harvest.”

Platt made his producing debut on the indie film "Big Night,” which was co-directed by actors Stanley Tucci and Campbell Scott. Platt would later re-team with Tucci in "The Imposters.” On television, Platt received an Emmy® nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his role as White House Counsel Oliver Babish on the popular political drama "The West Wing.”

Oliver Platt graduated from Tufts University with a degree in drama and immediately began working in regional theatre, as well as off-Broadway, in such productions as "The Tempest” and John Guare's "Moon Over Miami.” He also starred in the Lincoln Centre production of "UBU” and Jules Feiffer's "Elliot Loves,” directed by Mike Nichols. Platt most recently received rave reviews for his performance as Sir Toby Belch in Brian Kulick's production of "Twelfth Night.” The son of a career diplomat, Platt was born in Washington, D.C., and spent part of his childhood in Asia and the Middle East. Oliver Platt resides in New York with his wife and three children.


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