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RHYS IFANS (Dr. Connors) is a gifted actor known for his enduring presence, his distinctive approach to comedy, and his ability to elegantly disappear into compelling and complex roles that are always memorable.

Ifans was most recently seen in Judd Apatow's The Five-Year Engagement, opposite Jason Segel and Emily Blunt in a comedy that charts the ups and downs of a couple's relationship. Ifans is in production on the independent film, Serena, directed by Susanne Bier. Ifans stars opposite Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper. Set during the Depression-era in North Carolina, Ifans plays Galloway, the vicious Appalachian guide and bodyguard of Serena (Lawrence). The indie film is scheduled to release in 2013. Ifans can also be seen in the HBO's upcoming adaptation "The Corrections,” directed by Noah Baumbach and produced by Scott Rudin. Based on Jonathan Franzen's critically acclaimed book of the same name, Ifans stars alongside Ewan McGregor, Anthony Hopkins, and Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Ifans is perhaps best known for his breakout performance in Roger Michell's Notting Hill (1999) where he starred opposite a noteworthy cast including Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. For his portrayal of Grant's roommate Spike, Ifans received a BAFTA nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role.

Additional credits include: Anonymous, directed by Roland Emmerich; Passion Play, also starring Bill Murray, Mickey Rourke and Megan Fox; the closing chapter to the Harry Potter franchise, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; Noah Baumbach's dark comedy Greenberg with Ben Stiller; Pirate Radio, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman; Shekhar Kapur's Elizabeth: The Golden Age; Peter Webber's Hannibal Rising; Once Upon A Time in the Midlands, directed by Shane Meadows; Michel Gondry's comedy drama, Human Nature, where he starred opposite Patricia Arquette; Mike Figgis' Hotel; Lasse Hallström's The Shipping News; and Howard Deutch's comedy, The Replacements, where he starred alongside Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman.

On television, he played the role of Peter Cook in Terry Johnson's "Not Only But Always,” for which he won the BAFTA for Best Actor. He also appeared in "Shakespeare Shorts”; "Trial and Retribution”; "The Two Franks”; "Judas and the Gimp”; "Night Shift”; "Spatz”; "Burning Love”; and "Review.”

In theater, Ifans appeared at the Donmar Warehouse in Robert Delamere's "Accidental Death of an Anarchist,” Patrick Marber's "Don Juan in Soho” and Michael Sheen's "Bad Finger.” He was seen at the National Theatre in Matthew Warchus' "Volpone” and Roger Michell's "Under Milk Wood”; at the Duke of York Theatre in Hettie MacDonald's "Beautiful Thing”; at the Royal Court Theatre in James MacDonald's "Thyesters”; and at the Royal Exchange in Braham Murray's "Smoke” and Ronald Harwood's "Poison Pen.”

Beyond film and television, Ifans made a guest appearance for the rock band Oasis in the video for their single "The Importance of Being Idle,” for which he accepted their award for Video of the Year at the 2005/6 NME Awards.

Ifans was born and raised in Wales, where he attended youth acting schools at Theatre Clwyd in Flintshire and appeared in many Welsh language television programs before embarking on his film career.

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