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CHRIS COOPER (Mac) won an Academy Award® and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Spike Jonze's "Adaptation.” He also earned a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award® nomination and won Best Supporting Actor Awards from numerous critics associations, including the Broadcast Film Critics, the National Board of Review, and the Los Angeles and Toronto Film Critics Associations. The cast of "Adaptation” also received a SAG Award® nomination for Outstanding Motion Picture Cast Performance. Cooper recently reunited with Jonze to voice one of the title characters in the hit "Where the Wild Things Are.”

Cooper has been honored with five more SAG Award® nominations: two for Best Supporting Actor, for his roles in Gary Ross's true-life drama, "Seabiscuit,” and Sam Mendes' Oscar®-winning Best Picture, "American Beauty”; and three as a member of the ensemble casts of "American Beauty,” "Seabiscuit” and "Capote.”

Earlier, Cooper received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for his work in John Sayles' "Lone Star.” He had made his feature film debut in Sayles' "Matewan,” and also worked with the director on "City of Hope” and "Silver City.” He most recently reunited with Sayles to star in the war drama "Amigo,” which will screen at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival.

Cooper's upcoming films also include John Wells' "The Company Men,” with Ben Affleck, Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones, and Julie Taymor's version of Shakespeare's "The Tempest,” with Helen Mirren. Among Cooper's additional film credits are Allen Coulter's "Remember Me”; Peter Berg's "The Kingdom”; the fact-based drama "Breach”; Stephen Gaghan's "Syriana”; "Jarhead,” which reunited him with Sam Mendes; Doug Liman's "The Bourne Identity”; Roland Emmerich's "The Patriot”; the Farrelly brothers' "Me, Myself & Irene”; Joe Johnston's "October Sky”; Robert Redford's "The Horse Whisperer”; Alfonso Cuarón's "Great Expectations”; Joel Schumacher's "A Time to Kill”; Michael Caton-Jones' "This Boy's Life”; and Irwin Winkler's "Guilty by Suspicion.”

On the small screen, Cooper earned an Emmy Award nomination for his performance in the HBO film "My House in Umbria.” He has also had roles in a number of notable longform projects, including the miniseries "Lonesome Dove” and "Return to Lonesome Dove,” and the HBO movie "Breast Men.”

Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Cooper started his professional career on the New York stage. His subsequent theater work includes "Of the Fields, Lately,” on Broadway.

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