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In 2007, BEN AFFLECK (Stephen Collins) received the Best Directorial Debut Award from the National Board of Review for his film Gone Baby Gone. He first came to prominence in 1997 with the acclaimed Good Will Hunting, in which he starred and co-wrote with Matt Damon. For their work, they won an Academy Award® for Best Original Screenplay, a Golden Globe Award and the HUMANITAS Prize.

He has since starred in films, including John Madden's Academy Award®-winning Shakespeare in Love, Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor, Roger Michell's Changing Lanes and Kevin Smith's Jersey Girl. Affleck was recently seen in Joe Carnahan's stylish thriller Smokin' Aces and in the critically acclaimed Hollywoodland, in which he played George Reeves, and for which he garnered numerous accolades including the Venice Film Festival's Volpi Cup for Best Actor in 2006, and a Golden Globe Award nomination in 2007.

Affleck recently appeared in the ensemble cast of Warner Bros.' He's Just Not That Into You and will be seen next in Miramax's Extract, which is slated for release in fall 2009. His upcoming projects include starring in The Company Men and The Town, the latter of which he will also direct.

Some of his additional film credits include Ben Younger's Boiler Room; Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused; the screen adaptation of Marvel Comics' "Daredevil”; The Sum of All Fears; Armageddon; and Forces of Nature.

In addition to being a successful actor, writer and director, Affleck is a longtime political activist and strong supporter of many charitable organizations, including ONEXONE, A-T Children's Project, Feeding America, the Jimmy Fund and the ONE Campaign. Affleck is a passionate advocate who travels the world to gain a deeper understanding of the complexity of issues facing Africa today. In the last year alone, he has made four separate trips to numerous countries on the African continent, with a focus on the Great Lakes region. Affleck has focused on understanding the causes and consequences of conflict in Africa, along with learning specifically about African solutions to the problems affecting the Great Lakes region and Horn of Africa.

Most recently, Affleck traveled to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where he directed the short film and public service announcement Gimme Shelter, which focused on the humanitarian crisis in that area. In partnership with the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, this film is part of the international campaign to aid those displaced by violence.

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