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BILLY CRUDUP (Stephen) was most recently seen playing J. Edgar Hoover in Michael Mann's Public Enemies and starring as Dr. Manhattan in the smash hit comic book adaptation, Watchmen, for director Zack Snyder. 

Crudup was seen in the third installment of Mission: Impossible for director J.J. Abrams, and Trust the Man with Julianne Moore. He starred in Big Fish, Columbia Pictures' comic fantasy for director Tim Burton. He also starred in Charlotte Gray opposite Cate Blanchett, and World Traveler with Julianne Moore. Prior to that, he starred in the critically acclaimed Jesus' Son opposite Samantha Morton, Holly Hunter and Denis Leary, which earned him a Best Actor Award from the Paris Film Festival and an Independent Spirit Award nomination. He was also seen in Cameron Crowe's Academy Award-winning Almost Famous with Frances McDormand and Kate Hudson, and in the acclaimed Waking the Dead with Jennifer Connelly. He also starred in Dedication opposite Mandy Moore, and in Robert De Niro's The Good Shepherd alongside Matt Damon and Angelina Jolie. 

He made his motion picture debut in Barry Levinson's Sleepers, opposite Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt and Jason Patric. He was featured in Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You and starred in Pat O'Connor's Inventing the Abbotts. He also played the leading role in critically acclaimed Without Limits, the story of legendary long distance runner Steven Prefontaine. For the role he won the National Board of Review Award for Breakthrough Performance of the Year.

Equally successful on the stage and screen, Crudup won a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor for his role in the Broadway production of "The Coast of Utopia,” which opened in October 2006. He was previously seen in Martin McDonough's "The Pillowman” in 2005, for which he received a Tony nomination for Best Actor. Crudup also starred in "The Elephant Man” at the Royale Theater, for which he received a Tony Award. He made his Broadway debut as Septimus Hodge in Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia,” directed by Trevor Nunn, which won him several awards, including the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Debut of an Actor and a Theater World Award. He was also honored with the Clarence Derwent Award from Actor's Equity for Outstanding Broadway Debut.

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