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After displaying exceptional range, diversity and intensity for more than a decade, JOSH LUCAS continues his emergence as one of Hollywood's most engaging talents. Lucas recently completed production on Wolfgang Petersen's 1972 remake of "The Poseidon Adventure,” retitled "Poseidon.” Lucas stars opposite Mia Maestro, Kurt Russell, Richard Dreyfuss and Emmy Rossum.

Lucas was most recently seen in the Sony action film "Stealth” opposite Jamie Foxx, Jessica Biel and Sam Shepard in addition to Lasse Hallström's "An Unfinished Life” opposite Robert Redford and Jennifer Lopez. Earlier this year, Lucas completed a successful run on Broadway, starring in the revival of Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie” opposite Jessica Lange and Christian Slater. Lucas played the pivotal role of the "Gentleman Caller.”

In 2004, Lucas starred opposite Christopher Walken and Michael Caine as a mild-mannered single father in the Warner Independent film "Around the Bend.” In stark contrast, Lucas was also seen as the dangerous escaped convict who terrorized his estranged family in "Undertow,” directed by David Gordon Green, released by United Artists. In 2003, Lucas co-starred opposite Val Kilmer in the controversial crime thriller "Wonderland.” That same year, Lucas also starred opposite Jennifer Connelly in Ang Lee's "Hulk.”

During the summer of 2002, Lucas starred in Andy Tennant's box-office smash, "Sweet Home Alabama,” opposite Reese Witherspoon. He also co-starred that year in the Oscar®-winning Ron Howard-Jonathan Glazer film, "A Beautiful Mind.”

Additional film credits include: "The Deep End,” "American Psycho,” "Session 9” and the Academy Award®-nominated "You Can Count on Me.” Lucas' film debut was in "Alive,” directed by Frank Marshall. Lucas' theater credits include "Corpus Christi” at the Manhattan Theatre Club, "What Didn't Happen” by Chris Shinn at the Mark Taper Forum and "The Picture of Dorian Grey” at the Los Angeles Theatre Center.

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