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Biography #2Tom Bower's film credits include Pollock, directed by Ed Harris; The Million Dollar Hotel, directed by Wim Wenders; Slipping Down Life, directed by Toni Kalem which premiered and was one of the films in competition at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival; Shadrach, directed by Susanna Styron, which premiered and opened at the 1998 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival; The Negotiator, directed by F. Gary Gray; Poodle Springs, directed by Bob Rafelson; and Nixon, directed by Oliver Stone.
Bower has also appeared on numerous television programs and MOW's including The West Wing, The X-Files, Law & Order, Arliss, Roswell, NYPD Blue, Monday After the Miracle for CBS, Riders of the Purple Sage for TNT and Attica Against the Wall for HBO.
A veteran of the stage, Bower has appeared in more than 80 theatrical productions across the United States. He is one of the founding members and serves on the Board of Directors of the Loretta Theater in Santa Monica.
In 1981, Bower was invited by Robert Redford to be a resource actor at the Sundance Institute for film and television. He has remained active in the Institute since that time, and has served as a member of the nominating committee. In addition Tom serves on the Board of Directors at the Screen Actors' guild and is Co-Chairperson for the Film Festival Committee.