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Dermot Mulroney : Ian

Since being discovered at Northwestern University by a Hollywood talent agent 28 years ago, Dermot Mulroney has been seen in over 65 films, including “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” “Family Stone,” “The Grey,” “About Schmidt,” “Young Guns” and “The Wedding Date.” He most recently appeared alongside Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts as Steve Huberbrecht  in John Wells’ adaptation of Tracy Letts’ award winning “August: Osage County,” for The Weinstein Company, and is currently starring for the first time as a series regular on NBC’s “Crisis,” playing Francis Gibson, a loving father with a diabolical mind.

In 2013, Mulroney’s film and television appearances included Chan Wook Park’s “Stoker,” “The Rambler” and “Jobs,” in which he portrayed Apple’s first financier, Mike Markkula, opposite Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs. He also appeared in the second season of HBO’s hit “Enlightened,” with Laura Dern and Mike White, and in Chris Colfer’s “Struck by Lightning.” In 2012, he was seen in “Big Miracle” as well as in the critically lauded “The Grey.” Television viewers saw Mulroney as Zooey Deschanel’s love interest on Fox’s “New Girl” and some caught his brief gag with Jamie Foxx on “Saturday Night Live.”

Some of Mulroney’s more memorable film credits include: Clint Eastwood’s “J Edgar,” in which he played Colonel Schwarzcopf to Leonardo DiCaprio’s J Edgar Hoover, Baltasar Kormukur’s “Inhale,” David Fincher’s “Zodiac,” David Gordon Green’s “Undertow,” Alexander Payne’s “About Schmidt,” with Jack Nicholson, “Flash of Genius,” with Greg Kinnear, “The Family Stone,” with Diane Keaton, “Georgia Rule,” with Jane Fonda, “The Wedding Date,” with Debra Messing, and “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” opposite Julia Roberts and Cameron Diaz. Mulroney has also been seen in “Where The Money Is,” opposite Paul Newman, Robert Altman’s “Kansas City,” alongside Jennifer Jason Leigh, “Copycat,” opposite Holly Hunter and Sigourney Weaver, Tom DiCillo’s “Living in Oblivion,” “Young Guns” and “Point of No Return,” opposite Bridget Fonda. Mulroney’s first feature film, Blake Edwards’ “Sunset,” starring James Garner and Bruce Willis, was filmed in 1986.

In addition to his impressive acting career, Mulroney is a classically trained cellist who began playing when he was 7 years old. He has recorded with scoring orchestras for several feature films scored by Academy Award winning composers such as James Newton Howard and Michael Giacchino.