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JUSTIN CHATWIN (Goku) appears in the upcoming John Stockwell romantic comedy "Middle of Nowhere,” with Susan Sarandon and Eva Amurri, which screened at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival.

Chatwin's film credits include "The Invisible,” in which he starred opposite Marcia Gay Harden; Steven Spielberg's re-telling of the H.G. Wells classic, "War of the Worlds,” in which Chatwin starred opposite Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning; the independent film "The Chumscrubber,” also starring Ralph Fiennes, Glenn Close, Rita Wilson and Allison Janney; and "Taking Lives,” with Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke.

Chatwin first garnered recognition for his starring role in the in the USA miniseries, "Traffic,” directed by Stephen Hopkins. Based on his performance in the program, Newsweek singled him out as an "actor to watch.” Additional television credits include "Lost” and "Weeds.”

The son of an engineer father and an artist mother, Chatwin was born and raised on Vancouver Island (Nanaimo), British Columbia.


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