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TONY CURRAN (Danny), a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, made his film debut in Bill Forsyth's "Being Human,” with Robin Williams. After a string of independent features, he landed a recurring role on the UK dramatic series "This Life.”

Following a role in "The 13th Warrior,” starring Antonio Banderas, the Glasgow native appeared in the international hits "Gladiator” and "Blade II.” His first major lead was as The Invisible Man in "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen,” opposite Sean Connery. He went on to star opposite Dennis Quaid in the 2004 film "The Flight of the Phoenix.”

Curran's most recent feature credits include "Underworld: Evolution” and Michael Mann's "Miami Vice.” He earned a 2006 British Independent Film Award nomination for his starring role in Andrea Arnold's "Red Road,” which won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. He recently wrapped production on the pilot "Amped” and will next begin work on the independent feature "Shuttle.”

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