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DANNY HUSTON (Marlow) has followed in the family tradition of pursuing a varied creative career. A writer, director and producer, Huston broke through as an actor with his highly acclaimed role in the independent film Ivansxtc. The Bernard Rose-directed feature was nominated for several Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Male Performance for Huston's portrayal of Hollywood talent agent Ivan Beckman. In just a few years, Huston has become one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood, working with directors including Martin Scorsese, Fernando Meirelles, Alfonso Cuaron, and Sofia Coppola.

Huston was most recently seen opposite Jim Carrey in The Number 23; in Children of Men, directed by Alfonso Cuaron and starring Clive Owen, Julianne Moore, and Michael Caine; and in Columbia Pictures' Marie Antoinette, which starred Kirsten Dunst and was directed by Sofia Coppola. 

Huston also recently starred in Fade to Black, in which he portrays Orson Welles opposite Diego Luna. The Museum of Modern Art in New York screened the film as part of their Huston family retrospective series. 

Huston has completed production on the HBO miniseries "John Adams.” Huston plays Samuel Adams, brother to the title character (Paul Giamatti), in the biographical series. He has also completed production on the independent film Kreutzer Sonata, directed by Bernard Rose.

He is currently in production on the film How to Lose Friends & Alienate People. The film stars Kirsten Dunst and Simon Pegg and is based on the memoir by Toby Young, who was a contributing editor to Vanity Fair.

Huston's other film credits include The Constant Gardener, The Proposition, Birth, The Aviator, Silver City, and 21 Grams.

Huston began as a painter, but gravitated early to film directing and has helmed numerous television and film projects. With a desire to learn more about the acting process so he could have better understanding of the craft as a filmmaker, he began to take small parts in movies. Huston has worked as an actor ever since. His directing credits include The Maddening, Becoming Colette, and Mr. North. His writing credits include Day of the Dead, First Love, and Amparo.

Born in Rome, Huston was raised in Ireland and London with stops in Mexico and the United States. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

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