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Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
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  • Brian Grazer sells to Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner

    Brian Grazer sells to Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner
    Acting couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are the latest owners of a California ranch house in the Pacific Palisades that has been capturing the imagination of A-listers since Gregory Peck bought it in 1947. The pair recently purchased the nearly 8,...
  • Summer movies: Releases through August 2009

    Please note! All dates subject to change without notice. "Limited" means limited release on that date. 5/01/09 Battle for Terra 3D (Roadside Attractions) This animated war movie is an ecological allegory about humans invading a peace-loving alien planet...
  • 'Watchmen' wants to be the 'GoodFellas' of super-hero cinema

    SPOILER ALERT: If you don't want to know anything about "Watchmen" before you go see it next March, don't read this post. I saw about 20 minutes of footage from the "unfilmable" film on Wednesday and I'm very happy to report that Zack Snyder has a...
  • Movie Review: 'Watchmen'

    Alan Moore was right. There isn't a movie in his landmark graphic novel "Watchmen" -- at least not a really good one. What we get instead is something acceptable but pedestrian, an adaptation that is more a prisoner of its story than the master of it....
  • Zack Snyder, 'Watchmen's' watched man

    Reporting from Burnaby, British Columbia -- On a wintry day here last year, Zack Snyder hunkered down in a dank prison cell, peered between the bars and watched bloodthirsty inmates run riot. All the smoke and screams only made him smile; the fiery...
  • Jeffrey Dean Morgan discovers he's dad

    Jeffrey Dean Morgan didn't have the usual nine months to get used to being a daddy. The "Watchmen" star recently found out that he and actress/producer Sherrie Rose have a child together, reveals Us Weekly. A source claims that Morgan, 42, was...
  • Movie review: Watchmen, 3 of 5 stars

    Movie review: Watchmen, 3 of 5 stars
    The long-awaited film of Alan Moore's classic comic book/graphic novel Watchmen is a work that's easier to ponder than enjoy. Director Zack Snyder has delivered a literal, almost page-by-page transcription of Moore and Dave Gibbons' messianic, End of Days...
  • 'Watchmen'

    'Watchmen'
    Ex-heroes in an alternate world – circa 1985 – are targeted for murder, prompting them to use their abilities anew, in "300" director Zack Snyder's lengthy but frequently arresting version of the celebrated graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons....
  • 'The Accidental Husband'

    'The Accidental Husband'
    Though it boasts such names as Uma Thurman, Colin Firth and director Griffin Dunne, this romantic comedy bypassed an American theatrical release to make its debut on DVD. Thurman plays a psychologist who dispenses advice on the radio, to the dismay of...