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ANTON YELCHIN (Kyle Reese) is one of Hollywood's hottest rising young stars. Yelchin will next be seen as Pavel Chekov in the much-anticipated feature "Star Trek,” with Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto. Directed by J.J. Abrams, the film chronicles the early days of the crew of the USS Enterprise. He recently completed filming the independent feature "Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac.”

Yelchin also appears in two films that premiered at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival: the independent release "New York, I Love You,” a collection of short films from 12 different filmmakers, which is set for a limited release in Spring 2009; and the indie film "Middle of Nowhere,” in which he co-stars with Susan Sarandon. He also recently starred as the title character in the critically acclaimed dark comedy "Charlie Bartlett,” opposite Robert Downey Jr. and Kat Dennings.

Earlier in his career, Yelchin won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Leading Young Actor in a Feature Film for his performance in "Hearts in Atlantis,” opposite Anthony Hopkins. He also received the Explosive Talent Award at the 2002 Giffoni Film Festival in Italy. Yelchin's other film credits include "House of D,” with Robin Williams; "Fierce People,” opposite Diane Lane and Donald Sutherland; Nick Cassavetes' "Alpha Dog,” with Emile Hirsch and Bruce Willis; and Roland Joffe's "You and I,” with Mischa Barton.

On television, Yelchin starred for two seasons on the critically acclaimed Showtime series "Huff,” with Hank Azaria. He has also had guest-starring roles on a number of hit drama series, most recently including "Criminal Minds” and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”


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