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LUKAS HAAS (Danny Raymer) booked his first feature film at the age of seven and has been working constantly in Hollywood ever since. He was seen in Inception, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt for director Christopher Nolan, and in the supernatural thriller Red Riding Hood, starring Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman and Max Irons and directed by Catherine Hardwicke.

Haas' career was launched in 1984 when he was cast in the title role of Samuel, opposite Harrison Ford, in the Peter Weir film Witness. His performance as the Amish child who is the sole witness to an undercover cop's murder won the hearts of moviegoers and critical acclaim. Young Haas soon landed starring roles in such films as Lady in White, The Wizard of Loneliness and Alan & Naomi, which was co-written by his mother, Emily Tracy-Haas.

He has continued to distinguish himself in film with starring roles opposite highly celebrated actors including Robert Duvall in Convicts, Jessica Lange in Music Box, Laura Dern in Rambling Rose and John C. Reilly in Boys. He has worked with acclaimed directors such as Woody Allen in Everyone Says I Love You, Tim Burton in Mars Attacks! and Alan Rudolph in Breakfast of Champions.

Considered an indie darling, Haas has made a great career working in the independent film market. He was in Nick Cassavetes' Alpha Dog, alongside Emile Hirsch, Justin Timberlake and Bruce Willis. Haas was seen in Brick, which was a critical favorite at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, and later that year in Last Days, directed by Gus Van Sant, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Death in Love competed at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. His other film credits include While She Was Out, starring Kim Basinger; Gardener of Eden, directed by Kevin Connolly; and David Arquette's directorial debut, The Tripper.

In 1988, Haas performed on stage alongside Steve Martin and Robin Williams in Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, for director Mike Nichols.

Haas has also had success on the small screen and was nominated for an Emmy Award for his portrayal of AIDS victim Ryan White in the controversial telefilm The Ryan White Story. He has recently had story arcs on 24, Criminal Minds and Entourage, and was a voice regular on the animated series Heavy Gear: The Animated Series.

In addition to his film work, Haas continues to pursue his other passion, music, having performed with the band OutKast and Macy Gray, and has just completed his EP.

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