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VICTOR RASUK (Javi) For his feature film debut as the title character in the Sundance Film Festival hit "Raising Victor Vargas,” Rasuk garnered an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Debut Performance.

Rasuk also starred as skateboard legend Tony Alva in TriStar Pictures' "Lords of Dogtown,” directed by Catherine Hardwicke. Based on Stacey Peralta's 2001 documentary "Dogtown and Z-Boys,” the film co-starred Heath Ledger, Emile Hirsch, John Robinson and Johnny Knoxville. He recently wrapped Kimberly Peirce's "Stop Loss” with Ryan Phillippe and Abbie Cornish, which is set for release by Paramount Pictures in 2008. Rasuk begins work with director Stephen Soderbergh on "The Argentine,” part one of two films about Che Guevera, starring Benicio Del Toro and Catalina Sandino Moreno later this fall.

Rasuk's credits also include the independent features "Keep Coming Back,” starring William H. Macy and Mos Def, "Life is Hot in Cracktown,” with Kerry Washington and Brandon Routh, "Bonneville,” starring Joan Allen, Kathy Bates and Jessica Lange, an adaptation of Rebecca Gilman's play "Spinning into Butter,” with Sarah Jessica Parker, "Adrift in Manhattan,” (2007 Sundance Film Festival, Dramatic Competition) with Heather Graham and Zackary Adler's "I'm Reed Fish,” with Alexis Bledel, Jay Baruchel and DJ Qualls.

A native New Yorker, Rasuk began acting at age 14. In 1998, he starred in "Five Feet High and Rising," Peter Sollett's short that garnered awards at both the Sundance and Cannes film festivals. Rasuk went on to study acting at the Professional Performing Arts School and HB Studios in Manhattan before collaborating with Sollett again on "Raising Victor Vargas.”


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