One of the most versatile actors of his generation, SHAWN HATOSY (Elvis)
continues to expand upon his already impressive resume by starring in two highly
anticipated films. In addition to Alpha Dog, Hatosy stars in George Hickenlooper's
Factory Girl for the Weinstein Company this coming February; in it, he portrays
attempted savior to Warhol muse Edie Sedgwick (Sienna Miller).
Also on the horizon is the indie film Nobel Son, in which it is revealed through
various twists and turns that Hatosy's character is the illegitimate son of Nobel Prizewinning
researcher Eli Michaelson (Alan Rickman). More recently, he wrapped the
drama Disconnected, in which he stars opposite Nikki Reed.
Among Hatosy's resume of two-dozen-plus films are Robert Rodriguez's The
Faculty, with Josh Hartnett; Wayne Wang's Anywhere But Here, opposite Natalie
Portman; In & Out, with Kevin Kline; The Cooler, which once again paired him with his
Outside Providence co-star Alec Baldwin; A Guy Thing, with Julia Stiles; Borstal Boy, in
which he starred as acclaimed Irish poet Brendan Behan; and Simpatico, with Jeff
Hatosy's talent has also afforded him the opportunity to work for several
directors, including his film debut in Jodie Foster's Home for the Holidays, Kevin
Costner's The Postman and Scott Caan's CineVegas Critics Award winner, Dallas 362.
In the realm of critically lauded telefilms, Hatosy most recently starred as John
McCain in A&E's Faith of My Fathers, as well as in Frank Pierson's Golden Globenominated
Showtime drama Soldier's Girl and the Emmy-nominated Witness Protection
for HBO. Also receiving critical recognition is his recent guest turn as a schizophrenic
on John Wells' ER.
Hatosy is equally adept at performing in front of a live audience. In his most
recent stage credit, he landed the coveted role opposite Al Pacino in Lyle Kessler's
Orphans at the Greenway Court Theatre in Los Angeles. Hatosy also received accolades
for his stage debut as the title role in the La Jolla Playhouse production of The Collected
Works of Billy the Kid. Off-Broadway, he starred opposite Anna Paquin in the Paul
Weitz comedy Roulette.
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