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JOHN CORBETT (Robert Quimby) is completing work on the second season of Showtime's United States of Tara, and he recently starred on the big screen in Sex and the City 2 reprising his role as Aiden Shaw from the hit HBO series Sex and the City (for which he received an Emmy® nomination in 2002), and in the comedy I Hate Valentine's Day opposite Nia Vardalos. Corbett was seen in The Burning Plain opposite Charlize Theron; Street Kings, with Keanu Reeves and Forest Whitaker, and The Messengers, directed by Danny and Oxide Pang. He starred as Ian Miller in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, one of the highest-grossing independent films of all time. Corbett also starred on the critically acclaimed F/X series Lucky. Other credits include Garry Marshall's Raising Helen, opposite Kate Hudson, Baby on Board with Heather Graham, and Raise Your Voice, with Hilary Duff.

Corbett will always be remembered as the disk jockey Chris Stevens on the CBS series Northern Exposure, for which he received both Emmy and Golden Globe® nominations. Born and reared in West Virginia, Corbett moved to California to find work in a steel factory, where he worked for six years until sidelined by an injury. Concurrently, Corbett was attending the local city college and decided to sit in on a friend's drama class. Corbett was invited on stage for an exercise and became captivated with the craft. He acted in several college theater productions in which his drama teacher recognized his talent and encouraged him to pursue a career in Hollywood.

An accomplished singer and musician, Corbett also appears at shows across the country with his Southern rock group, the John Corbett Band.


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