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ROB MORROW (Dr. Hollins) currently stars as an FBI agent on the hit CBS drama "Numb3rs,” produced by Ridley Scott and Tony Scott. Morrow recently directed an episode of "Numb3rs” and will continue to direct episodes every season. He was also recently seen in the Lifetime original movie "Custody,” opposite James Denton. Morrow is well-known for his critically acclaimed portrayal of a New York-doctor- gone-Alaska on the hit television series "Northern Exposure,” which garnered him three Golden Globe Award nominations and two Emmy Award nominations.

Among his other television credits are a starring role in the Showtime original series "Street Time”; John Wilkes Booth in the TNT movie "The Day Lincoln was Shot”; the CBS Hallmark Entertainment miniseries "Only Love”; the Showtime movie "The Thin Blue Lie”; and the CBS movie "Jenifer.”

Morrow's directing credits include an episode of HBO's crime drama "Oz,” three episodes of Showtime's "Street Time,” and three episodes of CBS' highly lauded drama "Joan of Arcadia.” He made his directorial debut with "The Silent Alarm,” which premiered at the 1993 Seattle Film Festival and went on to screen at the Hamptons, Boston, Edinburgh and Sundance Film Festivals, with its television debut on Bravo. On the big screen, Morrow starred in the 2001 independent feature "Maze,” which he also wrote, directed and produced, and which co-starred Laura Linney. His film credits include Michael Hoffman's "The Emperor's Club,” with Kevin Kline; Robert Redford's Oscar-nominated "Quiz Show,” with Ralph Fiennes and John Turturro; Daisy VonScherler Mayer's "The Guru,” with Heather Graham; Albert Brooks' comedy "Mother”; Bruce Beresford's "Last Dance”; and Anthony Stark's "Into My Heart.”

A native New Yorker, Morrow began his theater career working for Tom O'Horgan and Norman Mailer. He starred in the hit Broadway show "The Exonerated,” opposite Penn Jillette and Mia Farrow, "Third Street” at the Circle Repertory Theatre, and London's West End production of "Birdy.” He is a founding member of the nonprofit ensemble Naked Angels.

Morrow serves on the Board of Directors for Project ALS.


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