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JUSTIN BARTHA (Doug) reunites with the cast of "The Hangover,” the hugely successful 2009 comedy directed by Todd Phillips. In 2010, he added starring on Broadway to his already impressive resume, receiving rave reviews for his leading role, alongside Tony Shalhoub and Anthony LaPaglia, in the acclaimed comedy "Lend Me a Tenor,” presented by Ken Ludwig and directed by Stanley Tucci.

On the screen, Bartha most recently re-teamed with Bart Freundlich on "The Rebound,” starring opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones in a romantic comedy about a single mom who falls for Bartha's character, the babysitter. He previously worked with Freundlich on "Trust the Man,” opposite Julianne Moore. Bartha also starred in the indie drama "Holy Rollers,” which chronicles Hasidic Jewish drug dealers in the late ‘90s, opposite Jesse Eisenberg. The film premiered in competition at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, followed by a theatrical release. His other recent credits include starring in "New York, I Love You,” an American version of the well reviewed "Paris, je'taime”; and "Jusqu'à toi,” opposite Melanie Laurant, also serving as executive producer.

Bartha garnered critical acclaim for his portrayal of the psychologically challenged younger brother of a powerful federal prosecutor in Martin Brest's "Gigli,” opposite Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez and Christopher Walken, and is best known as Riley Poole, partner to Nicolas Cage's character Ben Gates from the worldwide successes "National Treasure” and "National Treasure: Book of Secrets.” He also appeared in "Failure to Launch,” with Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker.

On television, Bartha starred in Sidney Lumet's HBO film "Thought Crimes,” produced by Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson, and as the title character in the NBC mid-season comedy "Teachers,” directed by James Burrows.

Bartha studied acting at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and graduated from its film school.


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