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PAUL RUDD (Alvin)
Rudd will be returning to the Broadway stage this fall in Craig Wright’s “Grace” starring opposite Michael Shannon, Kate Arrington, and Edward Asner. “Grace” follows a wide-eyed young couple (Rudd and Arrington) as they start a new life in sunny, promise-filled Florida, with big plans to open a chain of Gospel motels. An agitated neighbor (Shannon) and a caustic exterminator (Asner) complete the foursome as destinies collide in this intensely entertaining and suspenseful journey. The play begins previews on September 13th and will open at the Cort Theatre on October 4th.
Rudd was most recently seen starring in Judd Apatow’s This Is 40 starring opposite Leslie Mann. The film is an original comedy that expands on the story of Pete (Rudd) and Debbie (Mann) from Knocked Up as we see first-hand how they are dealing with their current state of life. Knocked Up grossed over $300 million worldwide and was recognized by the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Movie Comedy, was nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award for Best Comedy Movie and was named one of AFI’s Top Ten Films of the Year. Additionally, This Is 40 was nominated for a 2013 Critics’ Choice Award for Best Comedy Movie and Rudd was nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy. Universal Pictures released This Is 40 on December 21st.
Other upcoming features include starring opposite Amy Poehler in David Wain’s They Came Together for Lionsgate, opposite Tina Fey in Paul Weitz’s Admission for Focus Features and opposite Will Ferrell and Steve Carell in Adam McKay’s Anchorman 2 for Paramount.
Rudd’s other film credits include: Our Idiot Brother, I Love You, Man, Role Models (co-writer), The 40 Year Old Virgin, Anchorman, Wanderlust (producer), Dinner for Schmucks, How Do You Know, Monsters Vs. Aliens, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Ten (producer), Night at the Museum, Diggers, Reno 911, The Cider House Rules, The Object of My Affection, Wet Hot American Summer, The Chateau, Clueless, and William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet, among others.
On stage, Rudd starred opposite Julia Roberts and Bradley Cooper in Richard Greenberg’s Broadway production of “Three Days of Rain.” He also starred in Neil Labute’s “Bash” in both New York and Los Angeles as well as Labute’s “The Shape of Things” in London and New York. He made his West End debut in the London production of Robin Phillips’ “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” opposite Jessica Lange. Other Broadway credits include Nicholas Hynter’s “Twelfth Night” at Lincoln Center Theater with a special performance which aired on PBS’ “Great Performances” and in Alfred Uhry’s Tony Award winning play, “The Last Night of Ballyhoo.”

EMILE HIRSCH (Lance)
Emile Hirsch recently wrapped Lone Survivor, based on the bestselling book by Marcus Luttrell, opposite Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, and Ben Foster and being directed by Pete Berg. In May 2012 Emile wrapped production on David Gordon Green’s PRINCE AVALANCHE opposite Paul Rudd. Last year Emile was seen in William Friedkin’s Killer Joe a dark comedy where Hirsch stars opposite Matthew McConaughey and Juno Temple; Oliver Stone’s Savages with Blake Lively, Taylor Kitsch, John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Salma Hayek, and Benicio Del Toro. This year Emile will be seen in Twice Born based on the bestselling book by Margaret Mazzantini, starting opposite Penelope Cruz and directed by Sergio Castellitto; and Motel Life based on the novel by Willy Vlautin, starring opposite Dakota Fanning.
Hirsch was a Screen Actors Guild Award nominee as part of the ensemble of Gus Van Sant’s Milk, in which Hirsch starred as real-life activist Cleve Jones opposite Sean Penn’s Screen Actors Guild and Academy Award-winning performance as Harvey Milk. The Los Angeles native was recently seen in Taking Woodstock, directed by Ang Lee and based on James Schamus’ adaptation of Elliot Tiber’s memoir.

LANCE LEGAULT
LANCE LEGAULT was an American film and television actor, best known as Colonel Roderick Decker in the 1980’s American television series “The ATeam.” LeGault's first three feature films he starred in were three Elvis Presley movies, Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962) in which he was a stunt double for Elvis Presley, Kissin' Cousins (1964), and Viva Las Vegas (1964). He also appeared in Elvis Presley's groundbreaking 1968 NBC television special “Elvis” (also known as “Elvis' 68 Comeback Special”), where he sat at the side of the stage playing a tambourine.
In 1969, he appeared as Iago in the UK stage version of Jack Good's “Catch My Soul: Rock Othello,” and played Iago again in the 1974 Metromedia film version of “Catch My Soul.”
He starred in television series and in television movies and was known mainly for portraying military personnel, especially officers. His best known television role was in the 1980s series “The A-Team” as Colonel Roderick Decker, a United States Army colonel who tried to catch the fugitive Vietnam veterans. He played the role of Colonel Decker from 1983 to 1986. He also had a recurring role in the other 1980s hit television series “Magnum, P.I.” as a United States Marine Corps colonel, Colonel "Buck" Greene.

DAVID GORDON GREEN (Writer / Director)
Since his debut film, George Washington, other credits include All the Real Girls, Undertow, Snow Angels, Pineapple Express, Your Highness, The Sitter, and the HBO series “Eastbound and Down.” He is currently in post-production on his newest film, Joe, starring Nicolas Cage.
Green is a graduate of The North Carolina School of the Arts, was born in Arkansas and now resides in Donepty.

TIM ORR (Cinematographer)
A native of North Carolina, Tim Orr studied cinematography at the North Carolina School of the Arts. He was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for David Gordon Green’s first feature “George Washington”, and has directed photography on all of Green’s films, including Sundance Award winner “All the Real Girls”; as well as “Undertow”; “Snow Angels”; “Pineapple Express” and “Your Highness”. Orr also served as director of photography on Mike White’s directorial debut, “Year of the Dog”; Peter Sollett’s award-winning “Raising Victor Vargas,” and Mark Milgard’s “Dandelion,” for which Orr was again nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. Additional film credits include Jody Hill’s “Observe and Report”; Clark Gregg’s “Choke” and Lorene Scafaria's "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.”

RICHARD A. WRIGHT (Production Designer)
RICHARD A. WRIGHT studied film at both New York City’s School of Visual Arts and University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Following graduation, Wright moved into Production Design with David Gordon Green’s debut film GEORGE WASHINGTON and has continued to work with Green on ALL THE REAL GIRLS, UNDERTOW, SNOW ANGELS, THE SITTER and most recently, PRINCE AVALANCHE. Other work includes Jared Hess’ GENTLEMEN BRONCOS, Craig Zobel’s GREAT WORLD OF SOUND, Ramin Bahrani’s CHOP SHOP, Braden King’s HERE and Jeff Nichols’ MUD.

COLIN PATTON (Editor)
COLIN PATTON has worked with David Gordon Green on five feature films, beginning with PINEAPPLE EXPRESS in 2007. Prior to editing PRINCE AVALANCHE, he served as an additional editor on Green’s YOUR HIGHNESS and THE SITTER, and on LOOK, STRANGER, directed by Arielle Javitch. His other Post-production credits include KNOCKED UP, FUNNY PEOPLE, and BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF AMERICA FOR MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN. Patton grew up in Seattle, Washington, and is a graduate of Columbia University. He is currently editing Green’s latest film, JOE, starring Nicolas Cage.

EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY (Original Music)
In February 1999, three longtime friends from Midland, Texas, were in a record store in Austin, Texas, and they saw a flyer that said "Wanted: Sad, Triumphant Rock Band." As it happened, that was exactly what the three Midlanders wanted as well. A drummer from Illinois had just moved to Austin and had put up the flyer. They met up the next day and started playing. They flirted with singing at the very beginning, but pretty quickly they settled into a standard rock setup—two guitars, a bass guitar, and drums, or sometimes three guitars and drums.
Over the coming months they picked a band name (Breaker Morant, named after the movie), then picked a better band name (named after fireworks), then wrote and recorded an album. That album was called How Strange, Innocence, and they self-released it on CD-R (a few hundred copies). While it was largely out of tune, it set the tone for what the band would do over the course of the next 13 years, all with the same founding members. They have referred to their often lengthy narrative instrumentals as "cathartic mini-symphonies."
A friend of theirs sent a recording of one of their live shows to Temporary Residence (a record label that was based in Baltimore at that time), and that label offered to put out albums for the band. The band agreed. A year later they put out a second album (Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever). They began to tour often, all over the world. In 2003 another album came (The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place), and in 2007 they put out All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone. Their most recent album is 2011's Take Care, Take Care, Take Care.
They also put out an EP called The Rescue in 2005, and recorded the score for the movie Friday Night Lights.

DAVID WINGO (Original Music)
DAVID WINGO got his start in film scoring in 2000 on David Gordon Green's debut feature GEORGE WASHINGTON, collaborating on the score with Michael Linnen. The two collaborated again on Green's awardwinning follow-up ALL THE REAL GIRLS and Wingo has continued to work with Green since then along with other directors such as Jared Hess, Craig Zobel, Todd Rohal, and Jeff Nichols. His score for Nichols' award-winning TAKE SHELTER was nominated for the 2012 Discovery Award by the World Soundtrack Academy. He also provided the score for Nichols' latest feature MUD, which has its North American premiere at Sundance this year as well. Wingo has also been active with his band Ola Podrida since 2006, putting out two fulllength LPs (Ola Podrida and Belly Of The Lion) and touring the U.S. and Europe multiple times.