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BRUCE GREENWOOD (Pike) last appeared in the Disney action thriller "National Treasure: Book of Secrets” playing the president of the United States opposite Nicholas Cage. His dual roles in the unconventional biopic of legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan "I'm Not There,” opposite Cate Blanchette and Richard Gere for writer/director Todd Haynes, earned the Independent Spirit Award's inaugural Robert Altman Award, awarded to the director, casting director and ensemble cast. Greenwood just completed filming the drama "Mao's Last Dancer” for director Bruce Beresford, based on the best selling memoir of dancer Li Cunxin.

Greenwood is well known for his outstanding portrayal of President John F. Kennedy negotiating the Cuban missile crisis and its fallout in the riveting drama "Thirteen Days” opposite Kevin Costner and Steven Culp. The film earned Greenwood a Golden Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 2006, he appeared in the thriller "Déjà Vu” for director Tony Scott alongside Denzel Washington and Val Kilmer, as well as the Disney adventure "Eight Below” opposite Paul Walker.

In 2005, he starred as Truman Capote's partner, writer Jack Dunphy, in "Capote” opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman, which earned him a Screen Actors Guild nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. That same year he played Kentucky horse trainer Nolan Walsh in the live-action/ animated family film "Racing Stripes.” In 2004, Greenwood appeared opposite Will Smith as the ruthless CEO of U.S. Robotics who is suspected of murder in the sci-fi box office hit "I, Robot.” That same year he played a dashing paramour of an aging actress (Annette Bening) in the critically praised "Being Julia,” earning a Genie Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. In 1999, he starred opposite Ashley Judd as a murderous plotting spouse in the suspense thriller "Double Jeopardy,” receiving a Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination for Favorite Supporting Actor.

He has worked three times with acclaimed Canadian director Atom Egoyan. He had a lead role in the award-winning "Exotica” as a tax inspector obsessed with a stripper. He also starred in the drama "The Sweet Hereafter” playing a father of two children killed in a tragic bus accident. The film earned the Jury Grand Prize at Cannes and swept the Genie Awards, including Best Motion Picture, and also earned him a Genie Award nomination for Best Actor. Additionally, he starred in the drama "Ararat.”

Greenwood's other film credits include "Firehouse Dog,” "Hollywood Homicide,” "The World's Fastest Indian,” "Below,” "Rules of Engagement,” "Here on Earth,” "The Lost Son,” "Thick as Thieves,” "Disturbing Behavior,” "Passenger 57” and "Wild Orchid.”

Additionally, Greenwood has had a diverse and successful career in television. In 2007, he was the lead in the HBO series "John from Cincinnati” opposite Rebecca De Mornay, playing Mitch Yost, the patriarch of a dysfunctional California surfing family. Earlier in his career, he was a series regular on the award-winning series "St. Elsewhere” as Dr. Seth Griffin, and appeared on the critically acclaimed "Larry Sanders Show,” the nighttime drama "Knots Landing,” and the cult series "Nowhere Man,” in which he portrayed a documentary photographer who has his whole existence erased.

He also starred in the remake of "The Magnificent Ambersons,” as well as several movies-of-the-week, including "The Riverman” for A&E and "Saving Millie” for CBS.

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