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Biography #2 (for The Chronicles of Riddick)

In the last year, Colm Feore has appeared in John Woo's Paycheck, starring opposite Ben Affleck, and in Highwayman, opposite James Caviezel, in addition to his starring role in The Chronicles of Riddick.

His additional credits include starring opposite Antonio Banderas in the HBO Original Movie And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself; with Richard Gere in Chicago, which won the SAG award for best ensemble cast; National Security, with Martin Lawrence; The Sum of All Fears, with Ben Affleck; and in the miniseries Trudeau, which garnered Feore a 2002 Gemini Award for Best Actor in a Miniseries and a 2002 Monte Carlo Television Festival Nomination for Best Actor.

Feore won a Jutra Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in The Red Violin and earned a Genie Award nomination for his performance as Canada's eccentric music genius in Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould, which won the Genie Award for Best Picture.

Feore first gained prominence as one of Canada's premiere stage actors through 13 seasons with the prestigious Stratford Festival, playing virtually all of Shakespeare's leading men, from Richard III and Iago to Romeo and Hamlet. He was recently onstage as Claudius in the Public Theater production of Hamlet in New York. He will also be making a return to Stratford for its 50th Anniversary season playing Professor Higgins in My Fair Lady.

Major roles in such projects as Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor, with Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale; the cable movies The Day Reagan Was Shot, with Richard Dreyfuss, and Sins of the Father, with Tom Sizemore; Point of Origin, with Ray Liotta; Ignition, with Bill Pullman; The Caveman's Valentine, with Samuel L. Jackson; Titus, with Anthony Hopkins; The Insider, with Russell Crowe and Al Pacino; City of Angels, with Meg Ryan; and John Woo's Face/Off, with John Travolta and Nicholas Cage, have made him a familiar face in American motion pictures.

His television work includes starring roles in the movies Trapped in a Purple Haze and Forget Me Never, with Mia Farrow; the miniseries Haven, with Natasha Richardson; Widows; Nuremberg, directed by Yves Simoneau; Stephen King's Storm Of the Century; the Emmy Award-winning telefeature Truman, with Gary Sinise; and The Virginian, starring and directed by Bill Pullman.

Bio courtesy Universal Pictures for "The Chronicles of Riddick" (17-Jun-2004)


Biography #3 (for Chicago)

Colm Feore can be seen in several upcoming releases, including: Pancho Villa opposite Antonio Banderas The Highwaymen opposite James Caviezel, National Security with Martin Lawrence, Sum Of All Fears with Ben Affleck, Ignition with Bill Pullman, and Point Of Origin with Ray Liotta, Feore won a Jutra Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work on The Red Violin and earned a Genie Award nomination for his performance as Canada' s eccentric music genius in Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould, which won the Genie Award for Best Picture.

Feore first gained prominence as one of Canada' s premier stage actors through thirteen seasons with the prestigious Stratford Festival, playing virtually all of Shakespeare' s leading men, from Richard III and Iago to Romeo and Hamlet. He was recently on stage as Claudius in the Public Theater production of Hamlet in New York. He will be making a return to Stratford for its 50 th Anniversary season playing Professor Higgins in My Fair Lady.

Major roles in Michael Bay' s Pearl Harbor with Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale, Caveman' s Valentine with Samuel L. Jackson, Titus with Anthony Hopkins, The Insider with Russell Crowe and Al Pacino, City Of Angels with Meg Ryan, and John Woo' s Face/Off with John Travolta and Nicholas Cage have made him a familiar face in American motion pictures.

His television work includes starring roles in the movies Trapped In A Purple Hazeand Forget Me Never with Mia Farrow, the mini-series Haven with Natasha Richardson, and Widows, Nuremberg directed by Yves Simoneau, Stephen King' s Storm Of the Century, the Emmy Award winning cable movie Truman, with Gary Sinise, and The Virginian starring and directed by Bill Pullman.

Most recently, Feore starred in the miniseries Trudeau in which he was nominated for 2002 Monte Carlo Television Festival Nomination for Best Actor and also a 2002 Gemini nomination for Best Actor in a Mini Series. and was featured in the cable movie Sins Of the Father with Tom Sizemore and The Day Reagan Was Shot with Richard Dreyfuss.

Bio courtesy Miramax for "Chicago" (01-Jan-2000)


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