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TIM BLAKE NELSON (Kevin Munchak) has appeared in more than 30 feature films, including "Meet the Fockers,” "The Good Girl,” "Wonderland,” "Holes,” "Minority Report,” and the Coen Brothers' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?” He also appeared in HBO's "Warm Springs,” and the 2005 Academy Award-nominated drama "Syriana.” Among his more recent projects are "The Moguls,” "The Big White,” "Come Early Morning,” "Fido,” and "Hoot.” 

Nelson's New York theatre credits include portraying William Shakespeare in "The Beard of Avon,” at the NYTW; Caryl Churchill's "Mad Forest,” at NYTW and the Musical Theater Center; "Oedipus,” at CSC, with Frances McDormand and Billy Crudup; "Troilus and Cressida” and "Richard III,” at NYSF; "The Innocents' Crusade,” at MTC; "An Imaginary Life,” at Playwrights Horizon; and "Mac Wellman's Dracula,” at SoHo Rep. 

As a playwright, his produced plays include the award-winning "The Grey Zone,” "Eye of God” and "Anadarko.” 

Nelson wrote and directed a film version of "The Grey Zone,” starring Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Mira Sorvino and David Arquette, and received The National Board of Review's prestigious Freedom of Expression Award in 2002. He also directed "O,” a contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare's "Othello,” starring Martin Sheen, Julia Stiles, Josh Hartnett, and Mekhi Phifer, which premiered at the 2001 Seattle Film Festival and earned him the Best Director Award. 

Nelson's first film, "Eye of God,” which he wrote and directed, appeared in competition at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, and went on to win the American Independent Award at the Seattle International Film Festival and the Bronze Prize at the Tokyo International Film Festival.


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