JAMES MARSDEN (David Sumner) Having appeared in a wide range of films over the
course of his still young career, James Marsden continues to carve out a
distinctive place in Hollywood.
Currently, Marsden is filming the thriller, Loft, with Wentworth Miller, Eric
Stonestreet and Karl Urban. An adaptation of the 2008 Belgian thriller, the film
follows five friends who share a loft for their extramarital affairs begin to
question one another after the body of an unknown woman is found in the
Marsden recently wrapped production on As Cool As I Am, written and directed by
Max Mayer. The film, co-starring Claire Danes, is scheduled to be released in
2012. He is also set to star in Jack Schreier's Robot & Frank starring Frank
Langella and Susan Sarandon. Marsden will play one of Langella's grown children
who helps install a robot to care for his father.
Marsden was last seen in Universal/Illumination's Hop. The film, directed by Tim
Hill and co-starring Russell Brand and Hank Azaria was released in April 2011
where it ranked #1 at the box office opening weekend and went on to gross more
than 180 million worldwide.
In 2010, Marsden appeared in Neil LaBute's Death at a Funeral. He received a
2010 Teen Choice Award nomination for "Choice Movie: Scene Stealer (Male)" for
his role as the boyfriend to Zoe Saldana's character, who finds himself as a
"fish out of water" at a family funeral. Previously, Marsden starred opposite
Cameron Diaz in Richard Kelley's psychological thriller, The Box. And in 2008,
he appeared alongside Katherine Heigl in the box office hit 27 Dresses, a
romantic comedy for Fox 2000 and Spyglass Entertainment.
In 2007, Marsden received rave reviews for his singing and dancing range in both
the box-office smash Enchanted opposite Susan Sarandon, Amy Adams and Patrick
Dempsey for Disney and in Adam Shankman's box-office hit musical Hairspray
opposite John Travolta, Queen Latifah, Michelle Pfeiffer and Christopher Walken.
Marsden played Corny Collins, the host of the TV dance show.
Marsden was also seen in Superman Returns for director Bryan Singer as 'Richard
White,' a new rival for the affections of 'Lois Lane.' Kevin Spacey, Kate
Bosworth, Brandon Routh and Frank Langella also starred. Marsden's additional,
diverse film credits include Cyclops in the X-men trilogy, the Nick Cassavetes
romantic drama The Notebook, Sex Drive, Disturbing Behavior, 10th and Wolf, and
Sugar and Spice.
Marsden currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.
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