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NOAH EMMERICH (Bill) is known as an actor's actor, his realism and understated quality have led to collaborations with some of today's top directors. His breakout role was in Ted Demme's cult hit, Beautiful Girls, with Natalie Portman and Uma Thurman. Emmerich's extensive filmography includes starring roles in Todd Field's Little Children with Kate Winslet; Gavin O'Connor's Miracle and Pride and Glory with Edward Norton and Colin Farrell; Martin Campbell's Beyond Borders with Angelina Jolie; James Mangold's Cop Land; John Woo's Windtalkers and Peter Weir's The Truman Show opposite Jim Carrey in which he plays his best friend. Upcoming films include Mark Ruffalo's Sympathy for Delicious (Sundance 2010) with Laura Linney and Orlando Bloom; and David Schwimmer's Trust (Toronto 2010) opposite Clive Owen and Catherine Keener.

No stranger to television, Emmerich has also worked consistently on some of the most acclaimed series over the years. He had a recurring role this season on USA's hit show "White Collar” and just completed shooting an arc on Frank Darabont's much-anticipated AMC series, "The Walking Dead.” Other credits include "The West Wing,” "NYPD Blue,” "Law & Order: SVU” and "Monk.” With a background in theater, Emmerich most recently starred in Stephen Belber's off-Broadway production of "Fault Lines,” directed by David Schwimmer, and The Kennedy Center's production of "A Streetcar Named Desire” with Patricia Clarkson and Amy Ryan.


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