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KEVIN SPACEY is Artistic Director of The Old Vic Theatre Company in London. He has appeared in National Anthems, The Philadelphia Story, Richard II, A Moon for the Misbegotten, which subsequently transferred to Broadway, and Speed-the-Plow with Jeff Goldblum. Previous theatre includes The Iceman Cometh (Evening Standard and Olivier Awards for Best Actor) directed by Howard Davies (Almeida, Old Vic and Broadway); Lost in Yonkers (Tony Award, Best Supporting Actor); Long Day's Journey into Night with Jack Lemmon, directed by Jonathan Miller (Broadway and West End). 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, which will be directed by Sam Mendes.

Films include The Usual Suspects (Academy Award, Best Supporting Actor), American Beauty (Academy Award and BAFTA Awards, Best Actor), Swimming with Sharks, Se7en, LA Confidential, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Negotiator, K-Pax, The Shipping News, Superman Returns, Beyond the Sea, Shrink, The Men Who Stare at Goats with George Clooney, and most recently as Jack Abramoff in the feature Casino Jack, directed by George Hickenlooper, for which he received a Golden Globe Nomination for Best Actor. He will next be seen in the Warner Brothers summer comedy, Horrible Bosses with Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell; and in Margin Call to be released in the fall with Jeremy Irons, Paul Bettany, Demi Moore, Stanley Tucci, Zach Quinto and Simon Baker – about the collapse of the banking industry.

His film company Trigger Street Productions has produced the films 21, The United States of Leland, The Big Kahuna, Fanboys, and this year's Golden Globe winner for Best Picture, The Social Network; which was nominated for 8 Academy Awards. Produced by his producing partner, Dana Brunetti, the story of the founding of Facebook, directed by David Fincher, and written by Aaron Sorkin, was hailed by most critic organizations as the best picture of the year. Trigger Street received 11 Emmy nominations and won the Best Picture Emmy for the HBO film Recount, in which Spacey played Ron Klain, Al Gore's Chief of Staff during the 2000 Presidential Election. In addition, Trigger Street received 10 Emmy nominations for the HBO film Bernard & Doris starring Ralph Feinnes and Susan Sarandon, directed by Bob Balaban. Next year he will star in and Executive Produce the US adaptation of the British series House of Cards for American television, to be directed by David Fincher.

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