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NEAL MCDONOUGH (Jon Forster) Displaying astonishing versatility with a wide range of roles in film, television and theatre, McDonough joins a select group of actors who combine a leading man's profile with a character actor's art.

McDonough has been busy filming back to back projects during the last two years. He recently completed production on Overture Film's Traitor opposite Don Cheadle and Guy Pearce. Michael Caleo's The Last Time, also starring Michael Keaton and Brendan Fraser, Paul Kampf's American Gothic with Patrick Wilson, and the indie film Forever Strong, for director Ryan Little.

Most recently, McDonough was seen in the Sci Fi Channel's six hour miniseries "Tin Man,” opposite Zooey Deschanel and Alan Cummings. He also starred in the Tri Star Pictures' thriller I Know Who Killed Me, opposite Lindsay Lohan and Julia Ormond and Rogue Pictures' The Hitcher, with Sophia Bush. Last fall, McDonough starred in Clint Eastwood's award-nominated Flags of our Fathers, and played the protégé to Kevin Costner's character in The Guardian, a Buena Vista film about a Coast Guard rescue swimmer haunted by tragedy. 

It was McDonough's starring role in Steven Spielberg's Minority Report, with Tom Cruise, that first drew audience attention. McDonough also starred in Timeline, with Paul Walker, Walking Tall, with Dwayne "The Rock” Johnson, and in Jeff Hare's A Perfect Little Man, which earned him the Best Actor Award at the 2000 Atlantic City Film Festival.

In the Golden Globe and Emmy®-winning HBO mini-series "Band of Brothers,” produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, McDonough starred as Buck Compton, a rugged World War II hero whose all-American veneer is cracked by the horrors of war.

McDonough's television credits include a starring role on NBC's drama "Medical Investigation” as Dr. Stephen Connor, the head of a highly skilled team of specialists who investigate mysterious illnesses. McDonough is perhaps best known as Deputy District Attorney David McNorris in the acclaimed NBC drama series "Boomtown.” He was praised for his performance and recognized by the Television Critics Association with a nomination for Individual Achievement in Drama.

His stage credits include "A Midsummer Night's Dream” and "Always Alone,” the latter earning him a Dramalogue Best Actor award.

Raised in Cape Cod, Mass., McDonough attended Syracuse University and later trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Ruvé, son, Morgan and daughter, Catherine.


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