Scheduled to star in the fourth Indiana Jones film, Fords impressive past filmography includes working with major directors in such films as Ridley Scotts Blade Runner, Roman Polanskis Frantic, Mike Nichols Working Girl and Regarding Henry, Alan J. Pakulas Presumed Innocent and The Devils Own, Phillip Noyces Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger, Wolfgang Petersens Air Force One, Ivan Reitmans Six Days Seven Nights and Sydney Pollacks Random Hearts.
Strongly committed to environmental concerns, Ford is actively involved in a number of conservation groups. He lives in Jackson, Wyoming, where he donated 389 acres of his property for a conservation easement to the Jackson Hole Land Trust.
Academy Award-nominee LIAM NEESON (Captain Mikhail Polenin), made his feature film debut in 1980 in Martin Boormans Arthurian legend Excalibur. Since then, he has appeared in more than 30 films, including the box-office phenomenon, Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, Victor Hugos Les Miserables, Dino De Laurentis epic remake of The Bounty, the critically acclaimed Lamb, Andrei Konchalovskys Duet for One, A Prayer for the Dying, The Mission, Suspect, The Good Mother, Sam Raimis fantasy-thriller Darkman, David Lelands gritty contemporary drama Crossing the Line, the erotic thriller Under Suspicion, Woody Allens controversial Husbands and Wives, Michael Canton-Jones Rob Roy, Neil Jordans Michael Collins, for which he garnered a Golden Globe nomination and the Venice Film Festival, Best Actor Award, and Steven Spielbergs highly acclaimed Schindlers List, for which he was nominated for an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA.
Originally seeking a career in teaching, the Irish-born Neeson attended Queens University in Belfast. In 1976 he joined the Lyric Players Theater and made his stage debut in Joseph Plunketts The Risen People. He later joined Irelands prestigious Abbey Theatre. He made his Broadway debut in 1993, in the Roundabout Theaters revival of Eugene ONeills Anna Christie, for which he garnered a Tony Award nomination. In 1998 starred on Broadway again as Oscar Wilde in David Hares The Judas Kiss, and in March of 2002, he began a run on Broadway in Arthur Millers The Crucible at The Virginia Theater. When that play goes dark, Neeson has signed on to star in the yet untitled prequel to The Exorcist, for director John Frankenheimer.
PETER SARSGAARD (Reactor Officer Vadim Radtchenko) initially gained notice for his role in The Man in the Iron Mask opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and John Malkovich. His early film credits include Dead Man Walking, Desert Blue, Another Day in Paradise and the Showtime television presentation of Freak City.
In Boys Dont Cry, Sarsgaard received critical acclaim for his portrayal of John Lotter, man who befriends then kills Brandon Teena portrayed by Oscar-winner Hilary Swank. He was recently seen in Wayne Wangs The Center of the World, and in April 2002 he appeared opposite Val Kilmer in The Salton Sea.
Sarsgaard attended the Actors Studio Program at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, after which he was cast in Horton Footes Laura Dennis at the Signature Theatre Company off-Broadway. A member of Douglas Carter Beanes New York-based theatre company, The Drama Department, he appeared in its production of Kingdom Of Earth.
CHRISTIAN CAMARGO (Pavel Loktev) has a growing list of credits which includes William Jennings Harlem Aria with Damon Wayans, Plunkett and Maclean, Double Bang and Lip Service, as well as a television pilot entitled Elementary. He has also appeared in numerous stage productions in New York City, including a Broadway production of Skylight, directed by Richard Eyre, as well as The Public Theatres productions of Kit Marlowe and Hamlet. An Inaugural Company member of Shakespeares Globe in London, where he appeared in Henry V and Chaste Maid in Cheapside, Camargo has regional theatre credits as well. They include Poison Tree for The Mark Taper Forum, Camino Real for Williamstown, Design for Living for The Goodman Theatre, Timon of Athens for the New York Shakespeare Festival and The Illusion for the Berkshire Theatre Festival.
Release Date: 25 Oct
Running Time: 98 mins