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JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN (Clay) starred last year in the action thriller "Watchmen,” Zack Snyder's controversial big screen adaptation of DC's seminal graphic novel. Morgan played Edward Blake, a.k.a. The Comedian, whose murder sets off a potentially explosive investigation and reunites his former costumed colleagues, the Minutemen. Also in 2009, Morgan starred in Ang Lee's independent feature "Taking Woodstock.”

Morgan is currently at work on the crime thriller "The Fields,” in which he and Sam Worthington star as detectives investigating several unsolved murders in Texas. In November, he stars in the remake of the action hit "Red Dawn,” playing a U.S. Special Forces soldier who helps the teenage rebels, known as the Wolverines, fight back against enemy forces that have invaded the United States. Prior to "Red Dawn,” Morgan filmed the suspense thriller "The Resident,” opposite Hilary Swank, his former co-star from "P.S. I Love You,” in which he played her prospective love interest.

His other upcoming films include Mikael Hafstrom's period drama "Shanghai,” with John Cusack, and the murder mystery drama "All Good Things,” in which he stars with Kirsten Dunst, Ryan Gosling and Frank Langella under the direction of Andrew Jarecki. Morgan's additional film credits include the independent comedy "Kabluey,” with Lisa Kudrow; the romantic comedy "The Accidental Husband,” opposite Uma Thurman; and a cameo role in David Dobkin's holiday comedy "Fred Claus.”

Morgan first gained the attention of television audiences with a recurring role in ABC's smash hit series "Grey's Anatomy.” His dramatic arc as heart patient Denny Duquette, who wins the heart of Katherine Heigl's Izzie Stevens in a star-crossed romance, made him a universal fan favorite. He has also had recurring roles on the hit CW series "Supernatural” and on the award-winning Showtime series "Weeds.”


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