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For a kid from the streets of Pittsburgh, SCOTT GLENN (Ezra Kramer) has a long list of indelible western characters to his credit. Tall Tail, Silverado, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys and his star-making turn as the convict cowboy of Urban Cowboy have shown that he is as comfortable in the saddle as he is in his more urban and, occasionally, urbane roles.

In another gritty Glenn starrer, this time teamed with Joaquin Phoenix and Anna Paquin, the actor headlined 2003's Buffalo Soldiers. Other recent colorful Glenn characterizations of men of brutal strength include work in Martin Campbell's Vertical Limit and Antoine Fuqua's Training Day.

Glenn has been regarded as an actor of unique reality and power since director James Bridges' Urban Cowboy first brought him to audiences' attention, and he has since been highly regarded in such films as Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff, Lawrence Kasdan's Silverado, Robert Towne's Personal Best, Ron Howard's Backdraft, Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now, Jonathan Demme's The Silence of the Lambs, John Frankenheimer's The Challenge, John McTiernan's The Hunt for Red October and Edward Zwick's Courage Under Fire.

Glenn was most recently seen in Freedom Writers, opposite Hilary Swank, and Camille. He will next be seen in the romantic drama Nights in Rodanthe, opposite Diane Lane and Richard Gere, and soon alongside Harvey Keitel in the film version of "Puerto Vallarta Squeeze,” the latest novel by Robert James Waller.

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