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ANDY GARCIA (Delgado) has been honored for his work not only as an actor, but also as a producer, director and composer/musician.

In 2006, he made his feature film directorial debut with "The Lost City,” a project he developed for 17 years. It was produced in association with Garcia's production company, CineSon Productions. He composed the original score for the film and also produced the soundtrack, which features legends from the Cuban music world. "The Lost City” earned Garcia Best Director and Best Film awards at the 2006 Imagen Awards, and a Best Director award nomination at the 2007 ALMA Awards.

Garcia recently filmed "The Pink Panther Deux,” opening April 2009. He stars in the independent crime drama "The Air I Breathe,” which premiered at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. This fall (2008), he stars alongside Ray Liotta in "La Linea.” Garcia is currently producing through his CineSon Productions, "City Island,” co-starring Julianna Margulies and Steven Strait, with Emily Mortimer and Alan Arkin.

Garcia's recent film credits include "Smokin' Aces,” "Modigliani,” of which he was also executive producer, and "Twisted.” In addition, Garcia joined the all-star ensemble cast of Steven Soderbergh's hit remake of "Ocean's Eleven,” as well as "Ocean's Twelve” and "Ocean's Thirteen.”

Garcia earlier garnered Academy Award® and Golden Globe® award nominations for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in "The Godfather: Part III.” He received an Emmy Award® nomination and his second Golden Globe nomination for his portrayal of legendary Cuban trumpeter Arturo Sandoval in HBO's 2000 biopic "For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story.” As the executive producer of the telefilm, Garcia also earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Made-for-Television Movie. The film was Golden Globe nominated for Best Miniseries or Made-for-Television Movie. In addition, Garcia produced the movie's soundtrack and the Emmy-winning score. The film won two ALMA Awards as Best Made-for-TV Movie or Miniseries and as Outstanding Latin Cast in a Made-for-TV Movie or Miniseries.

Garcia formed the production company CineSon Productions in 1991. Under that banner, he made his directorial debut with the documentary concert film "Cachao…Como Su Ritmo No Hay Dos (Like His Rhythm There Is No Other),” about the legendary co-creator of the Mambo, Israel López "Cachao.”

On the music side, Garcia produced and performed on Volumes I and II of "Cachao – Master Sessions,” the first a 1994 Grammy Award® winner, and the latter a 1995 Grammy Award nominee. The CD "Cachao – Cuba Linda,” produced by Garcia's CineSon record label, was nominated for a 2001 Grammy and a 2000 Latin Grammy Award. Garcia won both Grammy and Latin Grammy awards for his latest collaboration with Israel López "Cachao,” "¡Ahora Sí,” their fourth record on the CineSon label, released in 2004. Additionally, Garcia composed four songs for the soundtrack of the film "Steal Big, Steal Little,” in which he also starred. He produced and performed several songs for the soundtrack of "Just the Ticket,” a film he starred in and produced.

Born in Havana, Garcia began acting in regional theatre and gained attention in "8 Million Ways to Die,” later appearing in such films as "The Untouchables,” "Black Rain,” "Internal Affairs,” "Dead Again,” "When a Man Loves a Woman” and "Night Falls on Manhattan.” Garcia has been honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a Star of the Year Award from the National Association of Theater Owners, a PRISM Award, a Harvard University Foundation Award and Hispanic Heritage Award for the Arts. He is the recipient of an Oscar de la Hoya Foundation Champion Award, Father's Day Council Father of the Year Award, and an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts degree from St. John's University. In 2005, the UCLA Jo

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