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CHANNING TATUM (Magic Mike/Producer) most recently starred opposite Jonah Hill in the hit comedy "21 Jump Street.” Tatum and Hill were also executive producers on the project, directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller from a screenplay by Michael Bacall, based on a treatment from Hill and Bacall. Released on March 16, 2012, it has already grossed over $145 million worldwide, with a sequel currently in development.

Also in 2012, Tatum starred in the box office hit "The Vow,” opposite Rachel McAdams, and directed by Michael Sucsy. Released in February, the romantic drama based on a true story has grossed over $175 million worldwide. He additionally starred in Steven Soderbergh's spy thriller "Haywire,” opposite Gina Carano, Ewan McGregor, Michael Fassbender and Michael Douglas.

Tatum will next be seen in "Ten Year,” a film he produced with producing partner Reid Carolin and their Iron Horse production company. The film, which debuted at the 2011 Toronto Film Festival, also stars Jenna Dewan, Rosario Dawson, Lynn Collins, Kate Mara, Anna Faris, Brian Geraghty, Justin Long and Chris Pratt, and will be released on September 21, 2012.

He is currently in production on the crime drama "Bitter Pill,” his latest collaboration with director Steven Soderbergh. The film also stars Rooney Mara, Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones, and is set for release on February 8, 2013. Also set for 2013 is "G.I Joe 2: Retaliation,” in which he stars alongside Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson.

Tatum's prior film credits include the crime thriller "The Son of No One,” opposite Al Pacino and Katie Holmes, which premiered at Sundance in January 2011; the Roman epic adventure "The Eagle,” also starring Jamie Bell and Donald Sutherland, directed by Academy Award winner Kevin Macdonald and produced by Duncan Kenworthy; the box office hit "Dear John,” opposite Amanda Seyfried, directed by Lasse Hallström, from a script by Jamie Linden, based on the Nicolas Sparks bestseller; the box office hit "G.I. Joe,” with Sienna Miller, Marlon Wayans and Dennis Quaid, directed by Stephen Sommers; director Dito Montiel's "Fighting,” opposite Terrence Howard; and the drama "Stop/Loss,” from critically acclaimed director Kimberly Pierce and producer Scott Rudin.

In 2006, Tatum received an Independent Spirit Award nomination and a Gotham Award nomination for his powerful role in the independent film "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints,” which won the Special Jury Prize for Best Ensemble Performance as well as the dramatic directing award for Dito Montiel at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. The film, which also starred Robert Downey Jr., Chazz Palminteri and Shia LaBeouf, was written and directed by Montiel, and based on his 2003 memoir of the same title, is a powerful coming-of-age drama that takes place in 1980's Astoria and follows Montiel's impoverished and violent life from youth to adulthood. Tatum's performance in the role of Antonio, Dito's best friend, earned overwhelming critical acclaim, including raves from Newsday, Daily Variety, Rolling Stone, The Boston Herald and The New York Times.

That same year, Tatum starred opposite Amanda Bynes in the romantic comedy "She's the Man,” directed by Andy Fickman and produced by Lauren Shuler Donner, and in the box office hit "Step Up,” directed by Anne Fletcher and produced by Adam Shankman. Tatum was born in Alabama and grew up in Florida. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Jenna Dewan.


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