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Academy Award-nominated actor MICHAEL KEATON (V.A. Vandevere) has created some of the most iconic, diverse and beloved performances of all time.

As the star of the 2015 Academy Award best picture winner "Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Innocence)," Michael Keaton garnered critical and public acclaim for his role as Riggan, a onetime celebrated, now washed-up actor battling to regain his ego and career by mounting a Broadway production. For his work in "Birdman," Keaton was nominated for an Academy Award and won the Golden Globe, Independent Spirit and National Board of Review awards for best actor as well as many other nominations and honors including a SAG Awards ensemble cast win.

Keaton first achieved national attention with the hit comedy "Night Shift," followed by starring roles in such popular films as "Mr. Mom," "Johnny Dangerously" and "The Dream Team." In 1988 Keaton earned the best actor award from the National Society of Film Critics for his performances in "Clean and Sober" and Tim Burton's "Beetlejuice." He re-teamed with Burton to play the title role in the blockbusters "Batman" and "Batman Returns."

Receiving a Golden Globe nomination for his role as intrepid CNN reporter Robert Wiener, Keaton starred in HBO's highly regarded true-life drama "Live from Baghdad." He also starred in the Universal thriller "White Noise" and in "Game 6," which premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.

Keaton starred in the Academy Award best picture winner "Spotlight," the compelling true story of how the Boston Globe uncovered a massive scandal within the Catholic Church, and in 2016 starred in "The Founder," in which he portrayed Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald's. More recently, Keaton portrayed Vulture in fan favorite "SpiderMan: Homecoming" and starred in "American Assassin," where he portrayed a legendary CIA trainer, in 2017.

Michael Keaton is one of the few leading men whose films, "Birdman" and "Spotlight," won the Academy Award for best picture back to back.

He is a member of American Rivers.

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