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In the short time that he has been in Hollywood, CHRIS EVANS (Johnny Storm / Human Torch) has managed to build a name for himself, playing an impressive range of both comedic and dramatic roles.

Evans recently starred in "The Nanny Diaries,” opposite Paul Giamatti and Scarlett Johansson. Also scheduled to be released this year is the highly-anticipated Danny Boyle sci-fi film, "Sunshine.” Evans stars as Mace, one of the eight men and women fighting to save the Earth from a dying sun. "Sunshine” will be released by 20th Century Fox.

In 2005, Evans was widely seen as the blazing hero Johnny Storm in "Fantastic Four,” the summer box office hit adapted from the comic of the same name. Previously, he was seen opposite Jessica Biel in the Sony Pictures release, "London.” Evans played Syd, a young man infatuated with winning back his ex-girlfriend, London (Biel). He also played the role of Bryce in the dark drama "Fierce People,” opposite Diane Lane and Donald Sutherland. In 2004, Chris starred in the New Line film "Cellular,” opposite Kim Basinger and William H. Macy. Past film credits include: "Orphan King,” "Not Another Teen Movie” and "The Perfect Score.”

At the age of 17, Evans signed with an agent in New York and shortly thereafter was flown to Los Angeles to audition for a half-hour pilot and was cast on the FOX series, "Opposite Sex." The series ran as a summer replacement. Evans portrayed one of only three boys admitted to a formerly all girls school.

He has also appeared on two critically acclaimed shows. His dramatic guest lead on David E. Kelley's "Boston Public" depicted a high school student who committed a murder and proceeded to hold a class hostage at gun point. The episode was hailed as the season's most dramatic. His guest lead on CBS's "The Fugitive" had Chris playing the rebellious son of a local sheriff who has a run in with Tim Daly's character, "Dr. Kimble."

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