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BEN CROSS (Sarek), a graduate of RADA and the Royal Shakespeare Company, made an impressive film debut as Olympic athlete Harold Abrahams in "Chariots of Fire” (1981). Cross' participation in the Oscar®-winning film immediately opened up new professional doors, beginning with the BBC adaptation of A.J. Cronin's "The Citadel” and the critically acclaimed "Far Pavilions” for HBO.

Over his career, Cross has starred in many prestigious film and television productions, including "Paper House,” "Live Wire,” "First Knight,” "Dark Shadows,” "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” "Exorcist: The Beginning” and, recently, "Wicked Little Things,” in which he plays a rural pig farmer who becomes a reluctant hero. He can also claim originating the role of Billy Flynn in the West End production of "Chicago.” Recently, he returned to the boards in the West End production of "Coyote on a Fence,” for which he received critical and audience acclaim. Cross, who now makes his home in Sofia, Bulgaria, is quite proud of two recent productions: the BBC's "Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial,” in which he plays Rudolph Hess, and "When Nietzsche Wept,” as Joseph Breuer opposite Armand Assante's Frederick Nietzsche.

Never a stranger to taking risks, he recently took a starring turn opposite John Cusack in the film "War, Inc.” as the oddly engaging Medusa Hair. He followed that with "Hero Wanted” starring opposite Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Ray Liotta. Other recent films include "Finding Rin Tin Tin,” "Species Quatro,” the continuation of the successful "Species” film franchise for MGM, "Icon,” "Grendel” and "Undisputed 2.”


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