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THE BOURNE LEGACY – Production Notes - I Watch Mike

THE BOURNE LEGACY – Production Notes - I Watch Mike

famously in such varied

famously in such varied classic series as the actiondrama Mike Hammer, Private Eye and the comedy Titus. One of American theater’s esteemed actors’ actors, having excelled in many of the classic and contemporary stage’s greatest roles, and has been called America’s preeminent interpreter of Shakespeare. In 1964, Keach began his professional career with the New York Shakespeare Festival. He received the first of his three Obie Awards for his work in the off- Broadway political satire MacBird! His Broadway credits include Indians, for which he received a Tony Award nomination; Deathtrap; the Pulitzer Prizewinning Kentucky Cycle, for which he received a Helen Hayes award for Outstanding Lead Actor; and Solitary Confinement. This season, his critically acclaimed Broadway triumph in Jon Robin Baitz’s Other Desert Cities continues his luminous Broadway record. One of the most versatile stars of film, television and stage, Keach has appeared in numerous major motion pictures, including The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, The New Centurions, “Doc,” Fat City, The Long Riders, Up in Smoke, Nice Dreams, The Ninth Configuration, Escape From L.A., Honeydripper and American History X. He is celebrated worldwide for the hard-boiled detective and title character in his hit series Mike Hammer, Private Eye; the irascible, hilarious dad on FOX’s sitcom Titus; the warden on Prison Break; and the boxing trainer on Lights Out. He won a Golden Globe Award and received an Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Ernest Hemingway in the mini series Hemingway. Keach recently starred as the title character in King Lear at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. He received the prestigious Helen Hayes Award in consecutive years for his reprise of Lear at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., and for his lauded portrayal of Richard Nixon in the national touring production of Frost/Nixon. Keach recently starred in such films as Rob Nilsson’s Imbued (for which Keach also composed 40 the music), Ring of Death, The Boxer, The Assistants and the German production Hindenburg and in the television miniseries Meteor. Clive Barnes, who observed a number of superb portrayals of Hamlet during his days as drama critic for The New York Times, said that the best he ever saw “was Keach, whose neurotic passion and fierce poetry were quite wonderful.” Keach was, accordingly, described by one reviewer as “the finest American classical actor since John Barrymore.” Classically trained and of an internationally diverse heritage, OSCAR ISAAC (Outcome #3) has been taking Hollywood by storm. Isaac recently wrapped filming the lead role in Inside Llewyn Davis, written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. The film focuses on the early 1960s folk music scene in Greenwich Village. Isaac was previously seen in The Weinstein Company’s W.E., directed by Madonna and co-starring Abbie Cornish, a two-tiered romantic drama in which he plays a Russian security guard whose modern-day affair with a married woman is juxtaposed with the story of King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson. He garnered rave reviews for his work opposite Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan in the FilmDistrict feature Drive, a film about a Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a wheelman and discovers that a contract has been put out on him after a heist gone wrong. Isaac’s upcoming films include For Greater Glory, an independent historical drama about the Cristeros War, co-starring Andy Garcia and Peter O’Toole; Walden Media’s Won’t Back Down, a drama about the current educational crisis in the U.S., starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis and directed by Daniel Barnz; the independent ensemble feature 10 Years, with

Channing Tatum, Anthony Mackie, Justin Long, Kate Mara, Rosario Dawson and Chris Pratt, the directorial debut from screenwriter Jamie Linden (Dear John, We Are Marshall) about a group of friends 10 years after their high-school graduation (with Isaac performing two songs for the film, one he wrote and the other a Bob Dylan cover); and Revenge for Jolly!, an independent comedy about two bumbling guys who seek revenge from robbers for the death of their dog named Jolly, also starring Kristen Wiig, Elijah Wood and Ryan Phillippe. Isaac was previously seen in the Warner Bros. feature Sucker Punch, for director Zack Snyder (Watchmen, 300). The “Alice in Wonderland”-like tale centers on a girl who is wrongfully institutionalized and retreats into an alternative reality. The film co-starred Abbie Cornish, Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Carla Gugino and Jon Hamm. Isaac teamed with acclaimed director Ridley Scott on Universal Pictures’ Robin Hood. The film also starred Academy Award ® winners Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and William Hurt. Isaac played the role of King John and went toeto-toe with Crowe in the new take on the well-known story. In Focus Features’ Agora, directed by Alejandro Amenábar, Isaac starred opposite Academy Award ® winner Rachel Weisz in a tale of unrequited love set against the backdrop of ancient Egypt. Isaac also starred as Nobel Peace Prize winner José Ramos-Horta in Balibo. The film is based on the true story about the young revolutionary leader that befriended Roger East, an Australian journalist that was investigating the suspicious deaths of five of his fellow countrymen. Isaac also co-starred in the Warner Bros. film Body of Lies, opposite Academy Award ® nominee Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe, directed by Ridley Scott. Isaac was also seen in Steven Soderbergh’s Che: Part One, with Benicio Del Toro, and Vadim Perelman’s The Life Before Her Eyes, opposite Uma Thurman and Evan Rachel Wood. Isaac’s first starring role was the character Shiv, opposite Paddy Considine and Radha Mitchell, in HBO 41 Films’ critically lauded Pu-239, a dark comedy about selling radioactive material on the black market in post- Communist Moscow. Directed by Scott Z. Burns, the film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2006 and aired on HBO in 2007. Isaac next wowed audiences with his performance as Joseph in New Line Cinema’s Christmas drama The Nativity Story, which chronicled the arduous journey of Mary and Joseph, a miraculous pregnancy and the history-defining birth of Jesus. Directed by Catherine Hardwicke and co-starring Academy Award ® nominees Keisha Castle-Hughes and Shohreh Aghdashloo, The Nativity Story was the first to premiere at the Vatican. Isaac also guest-starred on NBC’s Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Isaac recently starred in the world-premiere production of Zoe Kazan’s play We Live Here, an incisive and beautifully rendered portrait of a contemporary family coming together through grief and celebration, at the Manhattan Theatre Club. He previously garnered superb reviews for playing Romeo in Romeo and Juliet opposite Lauren Ambrose, which was directed by Michael Greif, and Proteus in the revival of John Guare and Mel Shapiro’s musical adaptation of Two Gentlemen of Verona. Both productions were staged for the Public Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park program in New York. Isaac also starred in Beauty of the Father by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz, which was directed by Greif at the Manhattan Theatre Club. Isaac was last seen in the American premiere of Mick Gordon and A.C. Graylings’ Grace, with Lynn Redgrave, at MCC Theater. Isaa other theater credits include Arrivals/ Departures, When It’s Cocktail Time in Cuba and Spinning Into Butter. While a student at Juilliard, Isaac played the title role in Macbeth; co-wrote and performed his own music in the show American Occupation; and was seen in The Marriage of Figaro, The Birds, Three Sisters and many others. He also attended master classes with such actors as Sir Ian McKellen, Fiona Shaw, Simon Russell Beale, Brenda

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