Nick Nolte
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NICK NOLTE (Senator Drummond Avery) marks his third teaming with Alan Rudolph, following "Afterglow" and "Breakfast of Champions." He was recently acclaimed for his powerful performances in Paul Schrader's "Affliction," for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Actor, and Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line."

For Barbara Streisand's film "The Prince of Tides," Nolte won the Golden Globe Award as Best Actor and received his first Academy Award nomination.

Nolte's breakthrough role was in the television mini-series "Rich Man, Poor Man." Following its success, he made his feature film debut starring in "The Deep" opposite Jacqueline Bisset. He followed with a series of diverse roles in "Who'll Stop The Rain," "North Dallas Forty," "Heart Beat," "48 Hours," "Cannery Row," "Under Fire," "Down And Out In Beverly Hills," "Extreme Prejudice," "Weeds," "Three Fugitives," "Farewell to the King," Martin Scorsese's segment of "New York Stories," "Everybody Wins" "Q & A," "Cape Fear," "Lorenzo's Oil," "I'll Do Anything," "Blue Chips," "I Love Trouble," "Jefferson in Paris," "Mulholland Falls," "Mother Night," "U-Turn," "Nightwatch," "Simpatico," and the upcoming, James Ivory's "The Golden Bowl," from Henry James' novel, co-starring Anjelica Huston and Uma Thurman.

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