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MARK STRONG (Khabarov) has delivered an impressively wide-range of performances in many acclaimed film, TV and theatre projects. On the big screen alone, his most notable characters have ranged from a Syrian defense minister in "Body of Lies” to a Nazi officer in "Good” to a British hoodlum in "RocknRolla.” He was most recently seen in the International blockbusters "Sherlock Holmes” for director Guy Ritchie, opposite Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, Ridley Scott's "Robin Hood” and Matthew Vaughn's "Kick-Ass.”

The British actors' other film credits include "Endgame”, "Sunshine,” "Oliver Twist,” "Syriana” and "Revolver.” Highlights in Mark's impressive television career include "The Long Firm” for the BBC (BAFTA Award Nomination for Best Actor), The Duke of Norfolk in "Henry VIII”, (BBC) and Mr Knightly in an adaptation of Jane Austin's "Emma”, once again for the BBC. Perhaps one of Mark's most memorable performances was as Tosker Cox in the award-winning drama "Our Friends in the North”

Theatre productions have included the role of Dan in Patrick Marber's controversial play "Closer” at the National Theatre, Howard Davies' production of "The Iceman Cometh” at the Almeida, London and a Rep season of "Uncle Vanya” and "Twelfth Night” for director Sam Mendes. For these productions, Mark Strong was nominated for the Olivier for Best Supporting Actor. Upcoming film projects will include Kevin MacDonald's "The Eagle,” "Green Lantern” with Ryan Reynolds, and "The Guard” with Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle.

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