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WALTON GOGGINS is Stans, a famous mass-murderer who is just days away from execution at San Quentin. Before his capture, he was third on the FBI's Most Wanted list, suspected in the deaths of thirty-eight people.

Goggins has received critical acclaim for his riveting portrayal of Detective Shane Vendrell on FX's gritty, award-winning Drama series "The Shield." In 2009, he was nominated for a Television Critics Association (TCA) Award in the category of Individual Achievement in Drama. In addition, New York magazine singled out his performance as one of the highlights of television this past season.

Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, Variety, and The Hollywood Reporter all consistently listed Goggins as their choice for an Emmy nomination. "The Shield" recently ended its successful seven-season run, earning the honor of #1 in Time magazine's Top 10 Television Series, as well as being named one of AFI's Top Television Programs of the Year for 2008.

Goggins currently has a recurring role on the FX series "Justified,” starring Timothy Olyphant. In development at AMC is "Rectify," an original series he will star in and executive produce. The project is written by Ray McKinnon and produced by Mark Johnson ("Breaking Bad").

Goggins co-starred in director Spike Lee's wartime feature "Miracle at St. Anna," based on author James McBride's novel about black American soldiers fighting against the Germans. He played the part of Nokes, a World War II Captain responsible for a group of Buffalo Soldiers in the 92nd Division fighting in Italy.

Prior to filming "Miracle at St. Anna," Goggins appeared in the feature film "Fragments," opposite Kate Beckinsale. He filmed a starring role in the independent action feature "Damage," directed by Jeff King ("The Black Donnellys").

Goggins has been working in front of the camera for well over fifteen years, starring in countless television shows, movies of the week and feature films. He had the distinct honor of playing Sammy, Robert Duvall's trustworthy friend in "The Apostle" for October Films. Additional feature credits include "The Bourne Identity," "Shanghai Noon" opposite Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson, "Major League III," "Joyride" directed by John Dahl, "Wayward Son," "Red Dirt," and Billy Bob Thornton's "Daddy and Them." He co-starred in the independent feature "The Architect" and "The World's Fastest Indian," opposite Anthony Hopkins.

Goggins has also been taking his turn behind the camera. Along with his partners at Ginny Mule Pictures, Goggins won an Academy Award for the short film, "The Accountant," which he produced and in which he starred. The Academy Award-winning team produced, directed and starred in their first feature, "Chrystal," starring Billy Bob Thornton, and the film was accepted into the 2005 Sundance Film Festival's Dramatic Competition. For their third collaboration, Goggins produced (with Lisa Blount and David Koplan) and starred in the feature "Randy and the Mob," which won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the 2007 Nashville Film Festival.

Ginny Mule's fourth feature, "That Evening Sun," stars Hal Holbrook and Goggins, who also produced. The film made its world premiere at the South By Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival in Austin, TX in March 2009, where it won the narrative feature audience award and received the special jury award for best ensemble cast. In April 2009, the film also earned the Audience Choice Award for Best Feature Film from the Nashville Film Festival, as well as the Juried Award for Best Feature Film at the Atlanta Film Festival. In addition, "That Evening Sun" won accolades from the Little Rock and Sarasota Film Festivals..

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