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A Golden Globe nominated actor, Australian-born SIMON BAKER (Christian Thompson) has an impressive background that spans both the stage and screen and has captured the attention of audiences worldwide. Baker was last seen in "Something New,” a romantic comedy from Focus Features starring opposite Sanaa Lathan. Lathan plays a professional black woman who, determined to get married, finds romance with a white, working-class man played by Baker.

Baker was recently seen in Universal's "Land of the Dead,” a critically acclaimed thriller co-starring Dennis Hopper, John Leguizamo and Asia Argento. Baker plays a soldier sent to battle the evolving zombie threat in a fearsome, tank-like vehicle called the "Dead Reckoning.”

He most recently starred in the DreamWorks' horror sequel, "The Ring 2,” opposite Naomi Watts and Sissy Spacek, and the independent film "Book of Love,” which screened in competition at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. The film, written and directed by Alan Brown, also stars Gregory Smith and Frances O'Connor.

Other projects include Curtis Hanson's Academy Award-winning film "L.A. Confidential,” "Affair of the Necklace,” "Red Planet,” "Sunset Strip,” "Judas Kiss,” "Restaurant,” "Love from Ground Zero,” and Ang Lee's critically acclaimed "Ride with the Devil,” which screened at the 1999 Deauville Film Festival and was also a gala presentation at the 1999 Toronto Film Festival.

Baker starred in the highly rated, CBS drama "The Guardian” from 2001 to 2004. He portrayed a hardened corporate lawyer who was sentenced to work as a legal child advocate after being found guilty of drug possession. In the first season, the Hollywood Foreign Press recognized Baker with a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a drama series.

Other television credits include the lead roles in Disney's CBS pilot, "The Last Best Place,” "Naked: The Blind Side Breakaway” and a guest lead role in "Sweat.”

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