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Veteran actor POWERS BOOTHE's (Colonel Faith) long and enviable career is filled with powerful performances on the silver screen, on television and in the theater. Boothe was last seen opposite Sean Astin in the baseball film The Final Season, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Boothe previously starred in Sin City, directed by Robert Rodriguez. His extensive list of additional film credits include Frailty, directed by Bill Paxton; Men of Honor; U Turn and Nixon, both directed by Oliver Stone; Blue Sky; Tombstone; Sudden Death; Rapid Fire; Extreme Prejudice; The Emerald Forest, directed by John Boorman; Red Dawn; Southern Comfort; Cruising; and The Goodbye Girl, to name a few.

On the small screen, he appeared as the vice president of the United States on the sixth season of the Emmy Award-winning drama 24. He also starred as Cy Tolliver in HBO's critically lauded drama Deadwood, for which the cast earned a SAG Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Boothe won an Emmy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Reverend Jim Jones in the television movie Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones. He has also starred in various television miniseries including Attila, Joan of Arc and True Women, opposite Dana Delany and Angelina Jolie. He played the lead in the television movie By Dawn's Early Light, with James Earl Jones, and starred as the title character in the HBO series Philip Marlowe, Private Eye. Other television credits include Second Nature, Showtime's The Spree, Web of Deception, Marked for Murder, Wild Card and HBO's Into the Homeland.

Boothe's career began in the theater after he received his MFA from Southern Methodist University and became a resident actor at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Shortly thereafter, he made his New York stage debut in the Lincoln Center production of Richard III and later went on to star on Broadway as the lead in James McClure's critically acclaimed one-act comedy, Lone Star.


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