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JAMES MCAVOY (voice of Gnomeo) was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1979 and is a graduate of the prestigious Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. McAvoy has worked on stage, television and in film, and is regarded as one of the industry's most exciting acting talents.

Although McAvoy cut his teeth on small parts in high-profile projects such as the WWI drama "Regeneration” and the hugely successful HBO series "Band of Brothers,” he first came to prominence in the U.K. in the Channel Four adaptation of Zadie Smith's popular novel "White Teeth” with Geraldine James. In 2002 he was cast in the Emmy® Award-winning mini-series "Children of Dune,” which was directed by Greg Yataines and co-starred Susan Sarandon. McAvoy next played Dan Foster in the BAFTA-winning BBC political drama series "State of Play” with Bill Nighy. Written by Paul Abbott and directed by David Yates, the series ran in the U.K. in 2003 and debuted on BBC America in 2004.

The actor hit the big screen with Stephen Fry's much-anticipated comedy "Bright Young Things.” The film had an all-star international cast, including Emily Mortimer and Sir Peter O'Toole. McAvoy's popularity in the U.K. grew with his role in the BAFTA-winning Channel Four series "Shameless,” written by Paul Abbott. McAvoy was nominated in the Best Comedy Newcomer category at the 2004 British Comedy Awards. His first feature-film lead role was in "Rory O'Shea Was Here,” (originally titled "Inside I'm Dancing”), which was directed by Damian O'Donnell. McAvoy was nominated in the Best British Actor category at the 2005 London Film Critics' Circle Awards.

McAvoy played Mr. Tumnus, the Faun, in the adaptation of the C.S. Lewis classic "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” directed by Andrew Adamson and co-starring Tilda Swinton. McAvoy, was nominated as Best British Actor in a Supporting Role at the 2006 London Film Critics Circle Awards. His performance helped him win the Rising Star Award at the 2006 BAFTAs.

McAvoy starred alongside Forest Whitaker in "The Last King of Scotland” for Oscar®- and BAFTA-winning director Kevin Macdonald.

McAvoy was nominated for a BAFTA, a European Film Award, a BIFA and a London Film Critics' Circle Award. He tackled the lead role in the adaptation of the hugely popular David Nicholls book "Starter for Ten” for HBO Films. The film, directed by Tom Vaughan and produced by Tom Hanks, was featured at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival. McAvoy's credits also include director Mark Palansky's "Penelope,” which co-starred Reese Witherspoon and was included at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival. He appeared in "Becoming Jane,” which was directed by Julian Jarrold and co-starred Dame Maggie Smith, Julie Walters and Anne Hathaway. McAvoy starred alongside Keira Knightley in "Atonement,” an adaptation of the popular Ian McEwan novel that was directed by Joe Wright and premiered at the 2007 Venice Film Festival. For his performance in "Atonement,” McAvoy received Golden Globe® and BAFTA Best Actor nominations and won awards from The London Film Critics Circle, the Santa Barbara Film Festival and the U.K. Regional Critics.

McAvoy also starred alongside Morgan Freeman and Angelina Jolie in "Wanted,” directed by Timur Bekmambetov and based on the graphic novel by Mark Millar. He appears in Michael Hoffman's "The Last Station” with Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer and Paul Giamatti.

In 2009, McAvoy returned to the stage at the Apollo Theatre in London's West End playing the two roles of Walker and his father Ned in Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain.”

McAvoy stars in the upcoming X-Men prequel "X-Men First Class” alongside Michael Fassbender, January Jones, Nicholas Hault and Kevin Bacon, with Matthew Vaughn directing. He'll be seen in "The Conspirator,” which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in

Dandelions (Score)
Original Score: Suite cues written by James Newton Howard
Contains interpolations of "Your Song” and "Love Builds a Garden”

Bennie And The Bunnies (Score)
Original Score: Suite cues written by James Newton Howard and Stuart Michael Thomas
Contains interpolations of "Bennie And The Jets” and "I'm Still Standing”

Terrafirminator (Score)
Original Score: Suite cues written by James Newton Howard and Chris Bacon
Contains interpolations of "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long, Long Time),” "Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting,” "Your Song” and "Love Builds a Garden” The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
Performed by Wally Boag, Fulton Burley, Thurl Ravenscroft and The Mellomen
Written by Richard Sherman and Robert Sherman

September 2010. Directed by Robert Redford, the film also features Justin Long, Evan Rachel Wood and Robin Wright. McAvoy will voice the character of Arthur in the Sony Pictures 3D Animation "Arthur Christmas.”

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