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NOAH EMMERICH's (Nelec) breakout performance was in Ted Demme's cult hit "Beautiful Girls,” with Natalie Portman, Uma Thurman, and Matt Dillon. His next role, opposite Jim Carrey in Peter Weir's Academy Award® nominated "The Truman Show,” established Emmerich's powerful presence and outstanding talent. Emmerich's versatility as a character actor in combination with his leading-man charisma has led to appearances in a wide array of acclaimed films and roles. The New York Times said of his work in Gavin O'Connor's "Pride and Glory,” with Edward Norton, Colin Farrell, and Jon Voight, "Mr. Emmerich steals the movie.”

His film work includes Todd Field's Academy Award® nominated "Little Children,” (Kate Winslet), Doug Linman's "Fair Game,” (Sean Penn, Naomi Watts,) "Miracle,” (Kurt Russell), "Frequency,” (Dennis Quaid), "Beyond Borders,” Angelina Jolie, Clive Owen), "Windtalkers,” (Nicholas Cage), "Life,” (Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence), and "Cop Land,” (Sylvester Stallone, Robert DeNiro, Harvey Keitel).

Emmerich has a number of films due for release later this year, in addition to "Super 8.” Mark Ruffalo's directing debut "Sympathy for Delicious,” (Orlando Bloom, Juliette Lewis), David Schwimmer's "Trust,” (Clive Owen, Catherine Keener), and Gavin O'Connor's "Warrior,” (Tom Hardy, Nick Nolte,” also marking his four collaboration with Mr. O'Connor.

Emmerich has appeared to great acclaim on television this season as "Dr. Jenner,” in Frank Darabont's record breaking hit "The Walking Dead.” He was last seen on stage opposite Patricia Clarkson in the Kennedy Center's production of "A Streetcar Named Desire,” and at the Cherry Lane Theater in Stephen Belber's "Fault Line,” directed by David Schwimmer. Emmerich studied filmmaking at New York University, where he wrote and directed the short "The Painter,” which won the Cine Award and the International Film Festival of Spain. His second film, "The Date,” won the Golden Bear at the Houston Film Festival. Mr. Emmerich received an honors degree in history from Yale University. He was born and raised in New York City, where he currently lives.


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