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CATS AND DOGS: REVENGE OF KITTY GALORE

MICHAEL CLARKE DUNCAN (Sam) is best known for his unforgettable and critically acclaimed performance as the gentle giant John Coffey in director Frank Darabont's drama "The Green Mile.” Duncan's exceptional portrayal in the Stephen King adaptation earned numerous accolades including a 2000 Academy Award® nomination, a Golden Globe Award nomination, a SAG® nomination, a Broadcast Film Critics Award, a Saturn Award and a Black Reel Award. In addition, Duncan was recognized as ShoWest's Male Star of Tomorrow.

Most recently, Duncan starred in and co-produced Mario Van Peebles' independent drama "Black, White and Blues,” which premiered at the Nashville Film Festival, and the action adventure "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li.” He also starred opposite Martin Lawrence in the comedy "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins”; in the drama "Slipstream,” Anthony Hopkins's directorial debut, which premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival; Bob Shaye's "The Last Mimzy”; the blockbuster comedy "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby”; and "School for Scoundrels.”

Duncan has also lent his unmistakable deep voice to animated characters in such projects as "Kung Fu Panda,” "Racing Stripes,” "Brother Bear,” "Delgo,” "Dintopia: Curse of the Ruby Sunstone,” "George of the Jungle 2” and the original "Cats & Dogs.”

His previous film credits include Michael Bay's action thriller "The Island”; Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City”; the dark comedy "D.E.B.S.”; "Daredevil,” opposite Ben Affleck”; "The Scorpion King,” opposite Dwayne ‘The Rock' Johnson; "Planet of the Apes,” with Mark Wahlberg; "See Spot Run”; "Bulworth”; "The Player's Club”; "A Night at the Roxbury”; and "The Whole Nine Yards,” opposite Bruce Willis. He had teamed with Willis previously on "Armageddon” and it was Willis who suggested Duncan to Frank Darabont for the critical role of John Coffey in "The Green Mile.”

Duncan's television credits include guest-starring roles on the hit shows "Two and a Half Men,” "Chuck,” "Family Guy," "The Jaime Foxx Show,” "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” "Weird Science,” "Married With Children” and "The Wayans Bros.”

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