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ROBERT DUVALL (Tom Mulligan), a leading man since the 1960s, has specialized in taciturn cowboys, fierce leaders and driven characters of all types. Respected by his peers and adored by audiences worldwide, he has earned numerous Oscar nominations for his performances in The Judge, The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, The Great Santini and The Apostle." Duvall won the Academy Award and a Golden Globe as Best Actor for his role in Tender Mercies. In addition, he has received Golden Globe Awards for his performances in the title role of HBO's Stalin as well as for his memorable turns as Lt. Col. Kilgore in Apocalypse Now and the grizzled Texas Ranger Gus McCrae in Lonesome Dove.

Duvall was also honored with an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe nomination for his iconic portrayal of Prentice Ritter in AMC's Broken Trail.

Duvall made his big screen debut in 1962, as the creepy Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird. He has gone on to star in such films as Bullitt, True Grit, M*A*S*H, The Conversation, Network, The Natural, Colors, Days Of Thunder, A Handmaid's Tale, Rambling Rose, Wrestling Ernest Hemingway, Phenomenon, A Civil Action, Open Range, Thank You For Smoking, The Road, Get Low and Crazy Heart, among many others.

As a director and producer, Duvall got behind the camera for his labor of love project "The Apostle," in which he also starred. The film went on to earn many accolades, including being named on over 75 film critics "Top 10 Films for 1997" lists, including The New York Times and Los Angeles Times. He also wrote, produced and starred in Assassination Tango.

Duvall starred in the ensemble drama Jayne Mansfield's Car; as Cash in Jack Reacher, Johnny Crawford in Seven Days in Utopia and Red Bovie in A Night in Old Mexico. He received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor in 2014 for his acclaimed role in The Judge opposite Robert Downey Jr. and also directed the feature film Wild Horses with James Franco and Josh Hartnett.

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