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CHRIS O'DOWD (Officer Rhodes) recently finished work as William, the lead male role in the BBC flagship drama The Crimson Petal and the White, a fourpart adaptation of Michel Fabers' best-selling novel, directed by Marc Munden. He most recently appeared in 20th Century Fox's Gulliver's Travels, in which he played the role of General Edward, directed by Rob Letterman and starring opposite Jack Black, Jason Segel and Emily Blunt.

Last year, he starred opposite Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and Zach Galifianakis in Jay Roach's Dinner for Schmucks. His previous feature credits include Working Title/Focus Features' Pirate Radio, opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman and directed by Richard Curtis. He also starred in Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel, opposite Anna Faris and directed by Gareth Carrivick, for BBC Films; Working Title/ Universal Pictures' Hippie Hippie Shake, opposite Cillian Murphy and Sienna Miller and directed by Beeban Kidron; Vera Drake, directed by Mike Leigh; and the 2005 feature Festival, which was nominated for two BAFTAs including Best British Film, and for which he won a BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Actor in a Scottish Film.

O'Dowd recently wrapped season four of The IT Crowd, for Channel 4 television, and is well known in Ireland for having starred in the popular RTÉ One drama The Clinic, which earned him a nomination for an Irish Film & Television Award in 2003.


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