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BENJAMIN WALKER (Abraham Lincoln) graduated from the Juilliard Actor Training Program in 2004. He appeared in the Clint Eastwood directed "Flags of our Fathers” for DreamWorks SKG, and in the Bill Condon directed "Kinsey” for Fox Searchlight Pictures. In 2007, Benjamin performed in the Broadway revival of "Inherit the Wind,” starring Tony Award® winners Christopher Plummer, Brian Dennehy and Denis O'Hare, under the direction of Doug Hughes. In 2008, Benjamin performed in Roundabout Theatre's production of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses” opposite Laura Linney, which was nominated for six Tony awards. Benjamin played the title role in the Alex Timbers' musical, "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” in the show's world premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theater in Los Angeles, CA. After the play re-opened in New York last spring to rave reviews, the production moved to Broadway, where Benjamin returned in the starring role.

He will next begin filming HBO's "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight,” as Kevin Kennedy, a Supreme Court clerk who wrote the legal briefs resulting in the guarantee of Ali's status as a conscientious objector.


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