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Tygh Runyan is an award-winning actor, best known for his work in feature films such as 15 Minutes (2001) with Robert DeNiro, K-19: The Widowmaker (2002) with Harrison Ford & Liam Neesen, Antitrust (2001) with Tim Robbins, and Snakes on a Plane (2006) with Samuel L. Jackson. With a passion for independent film, Tygh has garnered awards & critical acclaim for his nuanced and memorable performances in films like the Sundance hit The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle (2009), Twist (2003) with Nick Stahl, Normal (2007), Mount Pleasant (2006), A Night for Dying Tigers (2010), Various Positions (2002), and Emile (2003) opposite Sir Ian McKellen. In 2006, Runyan played the cinematic maestro Stanley Kubrick in legendary director Monte Hellman's film, Stanley's Girlfriend (2006), which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. A frequent collaborator with Mr. Hellman, Tygh also starred as an obsessed film director in his 2010 epic Road to Nowhere (2010) which won the Special Golden Lion awar

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