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PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN was last seen in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Other recent credits include Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master; A Late Quartet with Christopher Walken and Catherine Keener; The Ides of March, directed by George Clooney; and Moneyball with Brad Pitt, directed by Bennett Miller. Hoffman made his feature directorial debut with Jack Goes Boating, which was produced by Cooper's Town Productions and based on the play of the same name. Additional credits include Synecdoche, NY; Doubt; The Savages; Charlie Wilson's War and Before the Devil Knows You're Dead. Hoffman's performance in Capote, also directed by Bennett Miller and produced through his company Cooper's Town Productions, earned him an Academy Award .

As an actor, his theatre credits include Mike Nichols' revival of Death of a Salesman, a limited run in Othello, adapted and directed by Peter Sellars, LAByrinth's production of Jack Goes Boating, Long Day's Journey Into Night, The Seagull, True West, Defying Gravity, The Merchant of Venice (also directed by Peter Sellars), Shopping and F*cking and The Author's Voice.

His theatre directing credits include the world premieres of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Our Lady of 121st Street, Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train, In Arabia We'd All Be Kings and The Little Flower of East Orange all written by Stephen Adly Guirgis and produced by LAByrinth. Also produced by LAByrinth, Hoffman directed A Family for All Occasions written by Bob Glaudini. Additionally he directed Rebecca Gilman's The Glory of Living at MCC Theater. He travelled to Australia to direct Andrew Upton's Riflemind at the famed Sydney Theatre Company and later mounted the play in London. He also directed Brett C. Leonard's The Long Red Road for the Goodman Theater in Chicago and returned to the Sydney Theatre Company to direct True West.


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