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WILLIAM H. MACY (Dudley Frank), an Oscar® and Golden Globe® nominee and Emmy® and SAG Award® winner, is one of the most distinguished talents of his generation. Macy recently was seen in three independent features: "Bobby,” based on fictionalized events leading up to the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, "Edmond,” an adaptation of the David Mamet play and "Thank You for Smoking.” "Bobby,” directed by Emilio Estevez, also stars Anthony Hopkins, Demi Moore, Lindsay Lohan, Sharon Stone, Christian Slater, Mandy Moore, Helen Hunt, Elijah Wood, Heather Graham, Lawrence Fishburne, Martin Sheen, Shia LaBeouf, Freddy Rodriguez and Ashton Kutcher. In "Edmond,” Macy plays a businessman who, at the advice of a fortune teller, walks out on his family to dire results. Directed by Stuart Gordon, the film also starred Dylan Walsh, Julia Stiles, Joe Mantegna and Mena Suvari. "Thank You for Smoking,” based on the novel by Christopher Buckley, was directed by Jason Reitman and also starred Aaron Eckhart, Robert Duvall and Katie Holmes.

Macy also recently voiced Brian the Snail in the animated feature "Doogal” for the Weinstein Company. He also appeared in the action adventure "Sahara,” based on the Clive Cussler best seller which also starred Matthew McConaughey and Penelope Cruz, and "Cellular,” starring opposite Kim Basinger. On television, Macy starred in "Umney's Last Case” based on an anthology of Steven King short stories which aired on TNT in July of 2006.

Following WILD HOGS, Macy began work on "Bee Movie” for DreamWorks Animation. "Bee Movie” tells the story of Barry B. Benson (Jerry Seinfeld), a bee fresh out of college, who is disillusioned at having only one career choice: honey. When he discovers humans are mass consumers of honey, he decides to sue the human race. Along with Macy and Seinfeld, the movie will also feature the voices of Renee Zellweger, Uma Thurman, Kathy Bates, Alan Arkin, Robert Duvall, Tim Blake Nelson, Patrick Warburton and Oprah Winfrey. Steve Hickner and Simon J. Smith will direct. The film, co-written and produced by Seinfeld, is slated for release on November 2, 2007.

Recently, Macy was seen in TNT's Emmy®-nominated "The Wool Cap.” Macy rejoined writing partner Schachter for this new take on the 1962 comedy "Gigot,” which originally starred Jackie Gleason and was directed by Gene Kelly. Schachter directed once again. The film follows the heartwarming story of the janitor Gigot who befriends the little daughter of a prostitute. Don Rickles, Catherine O'Hara, and KeKe Palmer also star. Macy was nominated for an Emmy®, a Golden Globe®, and a SAG Award® for his performance. He and Schachter were also nominated for a Writers Guild Award. In addition, the movie was nominated for an Emmy® and a Critics' Choice Award.

In 2002, Macy received outstanding critical acclaim for his role as Bill Porter in TNT's "Door to Door,” opposite Kyra Sedgwick, Helen Mirren, Kathy Baker and Felicity Huffman. The movie, which Macy also co-wrote, tells the true story of Porter, an award-winning door-to- door salesman with cerebral palsy. The movie received a SAG Award®, Peabody Award, an AFI Award, a Critic's Choice Award, a Golden Satellite Award, a Writer's Guild nomination, an American Cinema Editors nomination and a Golden Globe® nomination. The movie was nominated for 12 Emmys® and won 6, including Outstanding Made for Television Movie as well as winning Macy the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Television Movie statue and Outstanding Writing for a Television Movie with Steven Schachter.

In 2003, Macy starred with David Arquette in the Showtime Original Picture "Stealing Sinatra,” which depicts the 1963 botched kidnapping of Frank Sinatra, Jr. Directed by Ron Underwood, Macy received an Emmy® nomination in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a M

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