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BRUCE GREENWOOD is well known for his role as President John F. Kennedy in the Cuban Missile Crisis drama "Thirteen Days.” Most recently, he starred as Truman Capote's partner, the writer Jack Dunphy, in the acclaimed "Capote,” as well as appearing in "The World's Fastest Indian” with Anthony Hopkins.

Greenwood has worked three times with acclaimed director Atom Egoyan: on "Exotica,” "The Sweet Hereafter” and "Ararat.” Greenwood's other film credits include "Double Jeopardy,” "I, Robot,” "Being Julia,” "Racing Stripes” and "Rules of Engagement.”

Born in Noranda, Quebec, Canada, Greenwood now lives in Los Angeles. For more information, go to


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