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SHEA WHIGHAM began in New York theater as the co-founder and Artistic Director of The Rorshach Group, but has quickly made a name for himself in film and television.

Mr. Whigham starred in several independent films prior, but it was his stunning debut in Joel Schumacher's Tigerland opposite Colin Farrell that brought him to prominence. Many roles quickly followed: ‘Tip' in David Gordon Green's All the Real Girls; Out of This World directed by Saamoto Junji; and the television film Faith of Our Fathers.

Studio work followed as well with a return to Joel Schumacher in Bad Company; Man of the House with Tommy Lee Jones; Lords of Dogtown, directed by Catherine Hardwicke; First Snow with Guy Pearce; and the Sundance hit and Independent Film nominee Wristcutters with Patrick Fugit. His recent credits movies include Robert Rodriguez's Machete with Robert DeNiro; the 2008 thriller Splinter; New Line Cinema's Pride & Glory, directed by Gavin O'Connor; the Universal hit Faster and Furious 4; Werner Herzog's Bad Lieutenant remake starring Nicolas Cage; indie film Barry Munday with Patrick Wilson; Spooner with Matthew Lillard; Radio Free Albemuth with Alanis Morrisette; The Killing Room with Tim Hutton and Chloe Sevigny; and South of Heaven for director Jonathan Vara.

Upcoming films include: The Conspirator directed by Robert Redford; The Must Be the Place with Sean Penn; Everyone Loves Whales directed by Ken Kwapis; The Lincoln Lawyer with Matthew McConaughey; and Catch 44 with Bruce Willis and Forest Whitacker.

Mr. Whigham currently stars on the HBO hit series Boardwalk Empire.

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