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Once hailed by Daily Variety as "the busiest actor in Hollywood," NED BEATTY (Hartshorn) grew up in Kentucky. He started as a performer at the age of 10, where he earned money singing in gospel and barbershop quartets. The first several years of his professional career came on stage at a regional Virginia theatre, before making his move to the prestigious Arena Theatre in Washington, D.C. His first appearance on Broadway was in a production of "The Great White Hope."

In 1971, Beatty was chosen by director John Boorman to play the role of Bobby Trippe in the hit film Deliverance. This marked the beginning of his prolific movie career, with films including Silver Streak, W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings, Network (for which he received an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actor), Nashville, Superman I and II, The Toy, All the President's Men, Wise Blood, Rudy and Hear My Song, among countless others.

Beatty's numerous television credits include three years on the NBC series Homicide: Life on the Streets. He received an Emmy Award nomination for his work opposite Carol Burnett in Friendly Fire as well as another nomination for Last Train Home. Other notable credits include The Wool Cap, the Execution of Private Slovick and A Woman Called Golda. He also had a recurring role on the series Roseanne and performed musically on television specials with Dolly Parton and the Smothers Brothers.

In 2001, Beatty returned to his theatrical roots, performing in London's West End, in a production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Brendan Fraser and Frances O'Connor. He also appeared in the Broadway version of the same production in 2003-2004.

Beatty's most recent film work includes starring roles in such films as The Walker (with Woody Harrelson), Shooter starring Mark Wahlberg, Charlie Wilson's War, Rango, starring Johnny Depp, and as the voice of Lotso Bear in the highest grossing animated film of all time, Toy Story 3.

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