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CHRIS O'DOWD was most recently seen in theatres opposite Kristen Wiig in the hit comedy she co-wrote, BRIDESMAIDS. The Universal film was produced by Judd Apatow and directed by Paul Feig. O'Dowd also recently wrapped work on both CRIMSON PETAL & THE WHITE, a four part adaptation of Michael Faber's bestselling novel, directed by Marc Munden for the BBC, as well as the independent film FRANKIE GO BOOM.

His previous feature credits include DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS directed by Jay Roach where Chris starred opposite Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and Zach Galifianakis for DreamWorks/Paramount; GULLIVER'S TRAVELS directed by Rob Letterman starring opposite Jack Black, Jason Segel and Emily Blunt for Fox; and THE BOAT THAT ROCKED (USA title - PIRATE RADIO) opposite Phillip Seymour Hoffman with Richard Curtis directing for Working Title/Focus Features. He also starred in FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TIME TRAVEL opposite Anna Faris with Gareth Carrivick directing for BBC Films and HIPPIE HIPPIE SHAKE opposite Cillian Murphy and Sienna Miller with Beeban Kidron directing for Working Title/Universal. In addition to VERA DRAKE directed by Mike Leigh, he starred in the 2005 feature FESTIVAL, nominated for two BAFTA Awards including Best British Film, which won him a BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Actor.

On the small screen, Chris is known for his work on IT CROWD for the UK's Channel 4 Television as well as in Ireland for having starred in the popular RTÉ One drama THE CLINIC, which earned him a nomination for an Irish Film & Television Award in 2003.


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