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TRON: LEGACY

JAMES FRAIN (Jarvis) is one of Hollywood's most versatile actors, starring in both blockbuster movies and critically acclaimed television series.

Most recently, he starred in Season 4 of HBO's "True Blood.” He portrayed the much-talked about character of Franklin Mott. Prior to that role he played Thomas Cromwell for three seasons in Showtime's critically acclaimed series "The Tudors.”

Audiences will next see him in Walt Disney Pictures' "TRON: Legacy” opposite Jeff Bridges. The film is set for release December 17, 2010. In 2011 he co-stars in Fox's "Water for Elephants” opposite Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson, and he recently completed filming "Transit” with James Caviezel.

In October Frain will begin shooting a starring role in the highly anticipated NBC series "The Cape” which will premiere in 2011.

Frain's past film credits include "The Count of Monte Cristo” with Jim Caviezel and Guy Pearce, "Where the Heart Is” opposite Natalie Portman, "Reindeer Games” with Ben Affleck and Charlize Theron, "Into the Blue” with Paul Walker, "Elizabeth” with Cate Blanchett and "Hilary and Jackie.” His television credits include arcs on "Californication” and "24.”

Frain has an extensive theatre background, having performed with The Royal Shakespeare Company, Almeida, and Royal Court. In 2007 he co-starred with Ian McShane on Broadway in "The Homecoming,” for which the cast won The Drama Critics Circle Best Ensemble Award.

Born in the north of England, Frain earned his degree in drama and film at the University of East Anglia and studied acting at London's Central School of Speech and Drama.

While studying in London, Frain was spotted by Sir Richard Attenborough who immediately cast him in his first feature, "Shadowlands,” opposite Sir Anthony Hopkins and Debra Winger.

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