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KEVIN SPACEY (Dave Harken) is Artistic Director of The Old Vic Theatre Company in London. He directed its inaugural production, "Cloaca,” before appearing in "National Anthems,” "The Philadelphia Story,” "Richard II,” "A Moon for the Misbegotten,” which subsequently transferred to Broadway and, most recently, "Speed-the-Plow,” with Jeff Goldblum.

Spacey's previous theatre credits include Howard Davies' "The Iceman Cometh,” at Almeida, Old Vic and on Broadway, for which he earned the Evening Standard and Olivier Awards for Best Actor; "Lost in Yonkers,” for which he earned a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actor; "Long Day's Journey into Night,” with Jack Lemmon, directed by Jonathan Miller, on Broadway and the West End; and "The Seagull,” at the Kennedy Center. His most recent stage appearance was in The Old Vic production of "Inherit the Wind,” which marked his second production with Trevor Nunn. He will next be seen starring in "Richard III,” directed by Sam Mendes.

Spacey won his first Academy Award,® for Best Supporting Actor, for his performance in "The Usual Suspects.” His performance in "American Beauty” earned a second Oscar® and a BAFTA Award for Best Actor. His film credits include "Swimming with Sharks,” "Se7en,” "LA Confidential,” "Glengarry Glen Ross,” "The Negotiator,” "KPax,” "The Shipping News,” "Superman Returns” and "Beyond the Sea.”

He was most recently seen in "Shrink,” with Robin Williams; "The Men Who Stare at Goats,” with George Clooney; "Casino Jack,” directed by George Hickenlooper, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor; and most recently, the thriller "Margin Call,” with Jeremy Irons, Paul Bettany, Demi Moore, Zach Quinto and Simon Baker.

His company, Trigger Street Productions, has produced the films "21,” "The United States of Leland,” "The Big Kahuna” and "Fanboys,” as well as "The Social Network,” directed by David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin, which won the 2010 Golden Globe Award for Best Picture and received three Academy Award® nominations, including one for Best Picture. Trigger Street also received 11 Emmy Award nominations and won Best Picture for the HBO film "Recount,” in which Spacey played Ron Klain, Al Gore's Chief of Staff during the 2000 Presidential Election. In addition, the company received 10 Emmy nominations for the HBO film "Bernard & Doris,” starring Ralph Feinnes and Susan Sarandon, directed by Bob Balaban.

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