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HAMISH LINKLATER (Henry) has quickly emerged as a screen star with his recent leading role opposite Miranda July in THE FUTURE, a hit at the 2011 Sundance and Berlin film festivals. His other film credits include FANTASTIC FOUR, FINAL DRAFT and GROOVE, an official selection of the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. Linklater will next be seen in BATTLESHIP, directed by Peter Berg and co-starring Liam Neeson and Rihanna.

On television, Linklater co-starred in the CBS comedy "The New Adventures of Old Christine.” He has appeared on the series "The Big C", "Ugly Betty,” "Pushing Daisies,” "American Dreams” and "Gideon's Crossing.” He was also seen in the miniseries "5ive Days to Midnight” and HBO's telefilm "Live from Baghdad.” In 2008, he co-wrote and produced the pilot "Prince of Motor City” for ABC.

Initially establishing himself on the stage, Linklater earned the Village Voice's prestigious Obie Award as well as a Lucille Lortel nomination this year for his performance in "School for Lies" . He received a Drama Desk Award nomination for his performance in Twelfth Night for the Public Theater's 2009 Shakespeare in the Park season. He returned the following summer to star opposite Al Pacino in "The Merchant of Venice.”

Additional stage credits include The Busy World is Hushed and Recent Tragic Events at Playwrights' Horizons; Good Thing for the New Group; Hamlet, The Square and Love's Fire at the Public; and Romeo & Juliet at Portland Stage and the Acting Company, in the role of Romeo. On the regional circuit, Linklater won a Connecticut Critics Circle Award in the title role of Hamlet at Long Wharf and South Coast Rep, in productions directed by Daniel Sullivan. He starred in the world premiere of Richard Greenberg's The Violet Hour, also at South Coast Rep; The Singing Forest, at Long Wharf; and A Midsummer Night's Dream and Measure for Measure, directed by Sir Peter Hall at The Ahmanson.

Born in New York City, Linklater resides in Los Angeles.

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