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With an expansive list of diverse film and television credits, TIMOTHY OLYPHANT (Henri) is known for his poignant roles in both dramas and comedies. He is currently the lead of the FX series "Justified,” which is based on Elmore Leonard's short story entitled "Fire in the Hole.” Olyphant plays U.S. Marshall Raylan Givens, a modern-day, 19thcentury- style lawman. The series premiere drew in 4.9 million viewers, the largest audience ever to air on FX. Due to the huge success of the show, the network picked it up for a 2nd season, which will debut in 2011.

This past year, he starred as the town sheriff in Breck Eisner's remake of the horror classic "The Crazies,” which revolves around a small town beset by death and insanity after a plane crash lets loose a secret biological weapon into the water supply. He also starred in Gary Yates' independent feature "High Life,” a comedy about four hapless junkies who plan to rob a bank. The film premiered at the 2009 Berlin Film Festival and won Best Canadian Feature at the 2009 Calgary International Film Festival.

In 2007, Olyphant starred in 20th Century Fox's "Hitman” and "Live Free: Die Hard.”

Olyphant played the lead in David Twohy's "A Perfect Getaway” for Relativity Media, starring opposite Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich. He also co-starred with Elisha Cuthbert and Emile Hirsch in 20th Century Fox's "The Girl Next Door.” Olyphant brilliantly portrayed Kelly, the porn producer and ex-boyfriend of Danielle (Cuthbert), who tries to convince her to come back to the business. He also starred in Doug Liman's "Go,” playing the role of Todd, a drug dealer being double-crossed by Ronna (Sarah Polley) and Claire (Katie Holmes).

Olyphant's other film credits include GreeneStreet Films' independent feature "Meet Bill,” in which he co-starred opposite Aaron Eckhart and Jessica Alba; the romantic comedy "Catch and Release,” starring opposite Jennifer Garner; and the film adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel "Dreamcatcher.” He also appeared in Warner Bros.' "Rock Star”; Walt Disney Studios' "Gone in 60 Seconds”; New Line Cinema's "A Man Apart,” "Scream 2” and "A Life Less Ordinary.”

On television, Olyphant has enjoyed guest appearances on popular shows such as NBC's "My Name Is Earl,” HBO's "Sex in the City” and ABC's "Samantha Who.” He also had a recurring role on "The Office” and recurred on FX's Emmy® Award–winning show "Damages,” playing a mysterious love interest to Ellen (Rose Byrne). Olyphant garnered critical notice for his powerful portrayal of the tough, honorable natural-born leader Seth Bullock in HBO's groundbreaking series, "Deadwood.” The show was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award® for Best Ensemble for the third season.

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