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As an actor, producer, and writer, RYAN PHILLIPPE (John "Doc” Bradley) has quickly established himself as one of Hollywood's most versatile young talents. 

Phillippe was recently seen in "Crash,” Paul Haggis's Oscar®-winner for best picture. Since then, he has starred in the independent feature "Five Fingers,” co-starring Laurence Fishburne. 

He has completed production on "Breach” from director Billy Ray ("Shattered Glass”), based on the true story of an upstart FBI agent's power game with mole Robert Hanssen, set for release early next year. Phillippe is currently in production on the Untitled Kimberly Peirce Project ("Boys Don't Cry”), which centers on a U.S. Army sergeant who is "stop-lossed” after completing his tour of duty in Iraq. 

Phillippe's many diverse roles began with Disney's "White Squall,” which enabled him to work with acclaimed director Ridley Scott. In his early films, Phillippe was able to work with exceptional actors and directors in such films as "Little Boy Blue” with Natassja Kinski, Greg Araki's "Nowhere” (the third film in Araki's controversial trilogy), "Homegrown” with Billy Bob Thornton, and "Playing By Heart” with the ensemble cast of Sean Connery, Angelina Jolie, and Gena Rowlands. 

Starring roles soon followed in the boxoffice smash "I Know What You Did Last Summer,” "Cruel Intentions,” co-starring Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Miramax's "54” with Mike Meyers. 

Phillippe co-starred in Robert Altman's Oscar®-nominated film "Gosford Park”; "Igby Goes Down,” with Susan Sarandon and Kieran Culkin; "Anti-Trust” for MGM co-starring Tim Robbins; Paramount Classics' "Company Man” with Sigourney Weaver; Artisan's "Way of the Gun”; and Miramax's "The I Inside.” 

Phillippe has also formed the production company Lucid Films, which is housed by Intermedia Films. Lucid Films produces projects for all mediums. The company's first production is "White Boy Shuffle.”


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