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BILLY CRUDUP (Steve Prefontaine) appeared on Broadway in Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia," which earned him the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Debut of an Actor, the Theatre World Award and the Clarence Derwent Award. He also starred opposite Mary-
Crudup made his film debut in Warner Bros.' controversial ensemble drama, "Sleepers," directed by Barry Levinson and starring Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt and Jason Patric. He was also featured in Woody Allen's "Everybody Says I Love You" with Tim Roth, Drew Barrymore and Julia Roberts. He next starred in "Inventing the Abbotts" opposite Liv Tyler and Joaquin Phoenix, directed by Pat O'Connor.
Crudup's upcoming films include "HiLo Country" for director Stephen Frears, in which he appears opposite Woody Harrelson and Patricia Arquette. He also recently completed filming "Waking the Dead" in Montreal.
Crudup is currently in rehearsals for the stage production of "Oedipus," in which he will star opposite Frances McDormand for the Blue Light Theater Company in New York City from September 20 to October 25.
Crudup received his Masters degree in fine arts from New York University and also attended the University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill.
DONALD SUTHERLAND (Bill Bowerman), one of the most prolific and versatile motion picture actors, began his career as a disc jockey in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, at 14 years of age. He entered the University of Toronto, then left to attend the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. After nine months there, he quit to work first with the Perth Repertory Theatre and then at the Royal Court with Rex Harrison and Rachel Roberts.
Sutherland's film career was launched following his role in "The Dirty Dozen." Because of that performance, Robert Altman gave him "M*A*S*H" and international stardom.
Sutherland has appeared in more than 80 films and has happily worked for some of the world's greatest filmmakers, including Fellini, Bertolucci, Hertzog, Hitchcock, Robert Redford, Fred Schepisi, Alan Pakula, Nicholas Roeg, Louis Malle, John Schlesinger, Hugh Hudson, Philip Kaufman, Paul Mazursky, Ron Howard, Oliver Stone and Barry Levinson.
His roles in such films as "The Dirty Dozen," "M*A*S*H," "Don't Look Now," "Day of the Locust," "Klute," "1900," "The Eagle Has Landed," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," "Ordinary People," "Eye of the Needle," "Casanova," "Backdraft," "JFK," "Six Degrees of Separation," "Disclosure," "Outbreak" and "A Time to Kill" and the telefilms "The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All" and HBO's "Citizen X" (which earned him Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for Best Supporting Actor) have brought him worldwide acclaim. Sutherland recently completed filming "Instinct" with Sir Anthony Hopkins and Cuba Gooding, Jr., directed by Jon Turtletaub.
MONICA POTTER (Mary Marckx) previously appeared in the action thriller "Con Air," starring Nicolas Cage, as well as in the British Channel 4 production "Martha Meet Frank, Daniel & Laurence" (which will be released theatrically in the United States this fall). She will next be seen in the feature "A Cool, Dry Place," directed by John N. Smith.
Potter is currently in production on "Patch Adams," in which she stars opposite Robin Williams under Tom Shadyac's direction.
JEREMY SISTO plays Frank Shorter, the U.S. Olympic marathoner whose 1972 gold medal marathon win at Munich is often credited with launching the running boom in the United States.
Sisto made his film debut at age 16 in Lawrence Kasdan's drama, "Grand Canyon." After relocating to Los Angeles, he starred in the independent features "The Crew" and "Hideaway." Sisto then played Elton, the big man on campus, in Amy Heckerling's summer hit, "Clueless," and portrayed the lovestruck young poet in "Moonlight and Valentino." He also co-
BILLY BURKE (Kenny Moore) began performing in community theater in Seattle before moving to Los Angeles, where he appeared on television in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," "Party of Five," ABC's "All American Girl" and CBS's telefilm, "Gone in the Night." He also appeared in Showtime's "Marshall Law" and "To Cross the Rubicon." Burke was most recently seen in the comedy spoof "Mafia!"
MATTHEW LILLARD (Roscoe Devine) appeared in Wes Craven's sleeper hit, "Scream." First catching the eye of film audiences as Kathleen Turner's son in John Waters' "Serial Mom," Lillard went on to appear in several films, co-
DEAN NORRIS plays Bill Dellinger, the University of Oregon assistant coach who won a Bronze medal in the 1964 Olympic 5000 meters before embarking on his coaching career.
Norris appeared in Paul Verhoeven's "Starship Troopers," Sydney Pollack's "The Firm," Michael Cimino's "Desperate Hours," Brett Leonard's "Lawnmower Man," James Cameron's "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," Paul Verhoeven's "Total Recall" and Richard Donner's "Lethal Weapon 2." His television credits include roles in "Murder One" and "NYPD Blue."
A graduate of Harvard College, Norris studied at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts before establishing his film career.
GABE OLDS plays Don Kardong, the 1976 U.S. Olympian who placed a close fourth in the Montreal Olympic marathon. Kardong was at the forefront when runners made the transition from amateur to professional status.
After completing work on "Without Limits," Olds played a role in the feature "A Town Has Turned to Dust."
On television he has appeared in NBC's "Sisters," Fox's "Party of Five" and NBC's "Law and Order," as well as in the critically lauded telefilm "Andersonville." On stage, he appeared in the Broadway production of "Any Given Day" and in the highly acclaimed "A View From the Bridge," with Anthony LaPaglia, directed by Michael Mayer.
JUDITH IVEY (Barbara Bowerman) has earned two Tony Awards and two Drama Desk Awards for her performances in the Broadway productions of "Steaming" and "Hurlyburly." Her other Broadway credits include "Piaf," "Bedroom Farce," "Blithe Spirit," "Precious Sons" (which earned her a Drama Desk nomination) and "Park Your Car in Harvard Yard," which earned her a third Tony nomination. She also received an Obie Award for "Moonshoot and Cosmos," and appeared onstage in "A Fair Country" at Lincoln Center.
Ivey made her film debut in Paul Newman's "Harry and Son" and was seen in the filmed adaptation of Henry James' Washington Square, as well as in "The Devil's Advocate" with Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino, and "A Life Less Ordinary," with Cameron Diaz. Ivey's other film credits include "The Lonely Guy," "The Woman in Red," "Compromising Positions," "Hello Again," "Miles From Home," "In Country," "Everybody Wins," "Alice" and "Brighton Beach Memoirs."
Ivey starred in CBS' "The Five Mrs. Buchanans," NBC's "Down Home," CBS' long-
WILLIAM MAPOTHER (Bob Peters) appears in "Without Limits" as University of Oregon runner Bob Peters, whose Bible-
A graduate of Notre Dame University, Mapother recently starred in the acclaimed short "Trickle," directed by Frank Tota. His other credits include the independent films "The Island" and "The Unknown Cyclist," as well as Oliver Stone's "Born on the Fourth of July." In theater, Mapother appeared in "North of Providence" at New York City's Grove Street Playhouse.
ADAM SETLIFF (Mac Wilkins), born in El Dorado, Arkansas, and a high school All-
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