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Michael O'Keefe stars in "Too Big to Fail" on HBO, opposite William Hurt, as Chris Flowers.

Michael O'Keefe recently starred in "Frozen River," opposite Melissa Leo, and "Michael Clayton," with George Clooney and Tilda Swinton.

Michael O'Keefe is an Academy Award-nominated actor. For his role in "The Great Santini," O'Keefe was honored with an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. "The Great Santini," for which O'Keefe also garnered a Golden Globe nomination, starred Robert Duvall
Michael O'Keefe in "The Hot Chick"
Michael O'Keefe The Hot Chick
and Blythe Danner as well. Among O'Keefe's numerous film credits are "Ironweed," with Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson, written by William Kennedy and directed by Hector Babenco; "Me & Veronica" with Elizabeth McGovern; "Ghosts of Mississippi," with Alec Baldwin and Whoopi Goldberg, directed by Rob Reiner; "The Pledge" with Jack Nicholson and directed by Sean Penn; "The Glass House," with Stellan Skarsgard; and the comedy classic "Caddyshack" with Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Ted Knight, and Rodney Dangerfield.

For television, O'Keefe is probably best known for his recurring role on the sitcom "Roseanne." His other television credits include lead roles in the series "Against the Law," "Life's Work," as well as appearances on "Outlaw," "Leverage," "Brothers & Sisters," "Ghost Whisperer," "Eleventh Hour," "Numb3rs," "Criminal Minds," "Saving Grace," "House," "The West Wing," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "Law & Order," and its spinoffs "Law & Order: SVU" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." For his role in HBO's "The Hitchhiker," O'Keefe was nominated for the Best Actor Cable ACE Award. He will soon be seen in the upcoming Michael Clayton opposite George Clooney.

Recently O'Keefe starred on Broadway in "Reckless," with Mary Louise Parker and Rosie Perez, for the Manhattan Theatre Club. He also starred in "McReele," a new play by Stephen Belber, with Anthony Mackie and directed by Doug Hughes. Among his many other theater credits are "Side Man" on Broadway and at the Kennedy Center, off-Broadway productions of "That Championship Season," "Mass Appeal," and "Short Eyes," and the national tour of "A Few Good Men."

O'Keefe also produced and directed the documentary Raising the Ashes, about a group of Zen Buddhists who gather annually at Auschwitz for five days of prayer and meditation, which was just sold to New Screen TV for its pay per view channel.


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Age: 61 years old
Birthday: April 24, 1955
Height: 6' 1"
Full Name / Real Name: Raymond Peter O'Keefe Jr.
Birthplace: Mount Vernon, NY
Wife: Bonnie Raitt (4/27/1991 - 2000, divorced)
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