Clive Owen

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Oscar nominee, Clive Owen certainly has his choice of roles. From his hit limited series The Knick to his latest role as Walt, in the film, The Confirmation, (which just hit theaters and is available on VOD), Owen is always captivating on screen.
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Owen was direct, perhaps a bit shy, and possessed of a dry, sardonic sense of humor. He continues to be one of the most interesting actors working today, never playing the same type of role twice.