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TIMOTHY HUTTON (Kragen) was seen last year in "Kinsey,” a film about the controversial sex researcher, and "Secret Window,” the mystery thriller starring Johnny Depp. He will soon appear in two films at the Sundance Film Festival: "Stephanie Daley,” written and directed by Hilary Brougher, and "Off the Black,” directed by James Ponsoldt.

After winning an Academy Award® and a Golden Globe Award for "Ordinary People,” Hutton went on to star in such films as "Taps” (earning a second Golden Globe nomination), "Daniel,” "The Falcon & the Snowman,” "Q&A,” "The General's Daughter,” "French Kiss” and "The Sunshine State.” His feature film directorial debut, "Digging to China,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, starred Kevin Bacon and Mary Stuart Masterson, and introduced Evan Rachel Wood.

Hutton produced and starred in "Mr. And Mrs. Loving” and played the title role in the acclaimed "Aldrich Ames: Traitor Within,” both for Showtime. Also for television he starred in, produced, and directed several popular "Nero Wolfe” adaptations for A&E.

As a member of New York's Circle Repertory Company, Hutton originated the lead role in Broadway's "Prelude to A Kiss,” and starred in "Babylon Gardens” with Mary Louise Parker. In Los Angeles he appeared opposite Henry Fonda in the stage production of "The Oldest Living Graduate,” later broadcast live on NBC. He currently serves as president of the Players Club, the oldest theatrical club in America, founded by Edwin Booth and Mark Twain.


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