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SCOTT COOPER (Director / Screenwriter) is a multi-hyphenate: writer, director, producer, and actor.

Currently, Cooper is adapting two separate novels, both of which he is slated to direct. Stephen King's masterwork, The Stand, for Warner Bros., and The Road Home, a Depression-era crime drama for Warner Bros. and Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way. His screenplay for William Styron's Lie Down In Darkness remains a personal favorite of Cooper's which he vows to bring to the big screen one day.

The Academy Award winning Crazy Heart marked Cooper's first foray behind the camera as both writer and director. Cooper won a 2010 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature and garnered nominations from the Independent Spirit Awards, the WGA and the USC Scripter Awards for screenwriting on behalf of the film. The film received three Academy Award nominations and won for Best Actor and Best Original Song.

Cooper's training as an actor first began at the famed Lee Strasburg Institute in New York City. His acting credits include Sony Pictures Classics, Get Low, starring Cooper's mentor and frequent collaborator, Robert Duvall, as well as, Bill Murray and Sissy Spacek. Cooper also starred alongside Duvall in AMC's Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning "Broken Trail", directed by Walter Hill. Cooper and Duvall have collaborated on four pictures, including Warner Bros. Civil War epic, Gods and Generals.

Cooper is a native Virginian who now resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Jocelyne, and daughters, Ava and Stella.

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