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Since his motion picture debut in the Arthurian saga "Excalibur,” LIAM NEESON (Fujimoto) has received numerous awards, including an Oscar® nomination for the role of Oskar Schindler in Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List” (1993), and his portrayals of Irish Republican hero "Michael Collins” (1996) and the controversial sex therapist Alfred Kinsey in "Kinsey” (2004). Neeson's most recent film: Pierre Morel's "Taken,” was No. 1 at the box office. Following, Neeson received rave reviews at the 2009 Sundance Festival for "Five Minutes of Heaven.”

Neeson's portrayal of Alfred Kinsey in Bill Condon's "Kinsey,” costarring Laura Linney, garnered him a Best Actor award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Neeson also starred in the box-office phenomenon "Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace” (1999) as Qui-Gon Jinn, the Jedi Master who trains Obi-Wan Kenobi and young Anakin Skywalker. That same year, he starred opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones in Jan De Bont's "The Haunting” (1999).

Neeson also received Best Actor honors at the Venice Film Festival, a Golden Globe® Best Actor nomination, and London's prestigious Evening Standard Award for Best Actor for the title role in Neil Jordan's "Michael Collins” (1996), which won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

His other credits include Woody Allen's "Husbands and Wives” (1992), "Ethan Frome” (1993) with Joan Allen, Michael Apted's "Nell” (1994), "Before and After” (1996) with Meryl Streep, and the title role in Michael Canton-Jones' "Rob Roy” (1995). Neeson appears in the upcoming Warner Bros. remake of "Clash of the Titans,” slated for release in 2010.


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