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AARON ECKHART (Nick) earned considerable acclaim in 2000 for his role as the love interest for Julia Roberts' character in Steven Soderbergh's "Erin Brockovich,” but it was his portrayal as the vengeful man in Neil LaBute's controversial film "In the Company of Men,” in 1997, which first drew attention. The incendiary feature became one of the highest-grossing independent films of the year.

Eckhart was more recently seen starring in Jason Reitman's directorial debut, "Thank You for Smoking,” for which he earned both Golden Globe and Independent Spirit Award nominations.

Among his recent projects are the comedy drama "Bill,” with Jessica Alba, the Alan Ball drama "Nothing is Private” and the new Batman movie, "The Dark Knight,” for director Christopher Nolan, currently in production. He is also set to star in the upcoming drama "Traveling,” to be directed by Brandon Camp. Eckhart studied theater and film at Brigham Young University, where he met and appeared in many of Neil LaBute's plays. In addition to "In the Company of Men,” he went on to star in three other LaBute films: "Possession,” co-starring Gwyneth Paltrow; "Nurse Betty,” opposite Renée Zellweger; and "Your Friends and Neighbors,” with Ben Stiller and Catherine Keener.

He also starred in John Woo's adaptation of the Phillip K. Dick short story "Paycheck,” opposite Ben Affleck and Uma Thurman; Ron Howard's "The Missing,” opposite Tommy Lee Jones and Cate Blanchett; "The Core,” opposite Hilary Swank; Brian De Palma's "The Black Dahlia”; and "Conversations with Other Women,” opposite Helena Bonham Carter. His additional film credits include Sean Penn's "The Pledge,” with Jack Nicholson, Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday” and "Molly,” with Elisabeth Shue.

Eckhart's theatrical credits include Michael Cristofer's "Amazing Grace,” opposite Marsha Mason.


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