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RANDALL WALLACE (Director) is unique among Hollywood filmmakers; his movies have been both critical award winners and tremendous commercial successes. Combined, his four films have grossed nearly $1 billion at the theatrical box office, garnering numerous accolades including the Academy Awards®' prestigious Best Picture Oscar®.

Wallace wrote the Academy Award® winner "Braveheart” and the blockbuster "Pearl Harbor.” He also wrote, directed and produced the critically acclaimed "We Were Soldiers” and "The Man in the Iron Mask.” For his work on "Braveheart,” he received the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay as well as Academy Award® and Golden Globe® nominations. Wallace is also the New York Times best-selling author of seven novels and the lyricist of the acclaimed hymn "Mansions of the Lord,” performed as the closing music for President Ronald Reagan's national funeral.

In 1999, Wallace founded Wheelhouse Entertainment with the purpose of creating original films, music, video games and books for a worldwide audience based on the classic values of love, courage and honor.

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