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Birth Place: Lincoln, Massachusetts, USA Profession: actor

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 St. Vincent (2014)
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 Changeling (2008)
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 Michael Clayton (2007)
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 Flakes (2007)
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 Dan in Real Life (2007)
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 Favor, The (2006)
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 Keane (2004)
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1987:
Began professional career with People's Light and Theater Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1998:
Made Broadway debut recreating Off-Broadway role in "Side Man"
1998:
TV debut in an episode of "Law & Order"
2000:
Had first major film role as McGeorge Bundy in "Thirteen Days"
2001:
Co-starred in the Off-Broadway production of "The Wax"
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father:
Robert Wood. Government official. Was speechwriter for John F Kennedy; undersecretary of Housing and Urban Development under Lyndon B Johnson, president of the University of Massachusetts, chair of the MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority) and superintendent of Boston's public school.

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