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GEOFF STULTS (David) has established his presence in a host of film and television projects. Coming up, Stults will be seen in the drama "Granite Mountain," due out in September 2017. The film is based on the real events of the elite crew of men who battled a wildfire in Prescott, Arizona in 2013, which claimed the lives of 19 of their members. It also stars Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch, Jeff Bridges and Josh Brolin. Stults recently completed production on an action drama based on the book Horse Soldiers, in which he co-stars with Chris Hemsworth, Michael Shannon and Michael Pena. Set in Afghanistan in the aftermath of 9/11, the film was directed by Nicolai Fuglsig and is slated for release in January 2018.

Stults' past film credits include Clint Eastwood's biopic "J. Edgar," starring Leonardo DiCaprio; Jim Field Smith's romantic comedy "She's Out of My League," alongside Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve; Peyton Reed's "The Break-Up," with Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston; David Dobkin's "Wedding Crashers," with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson; Gary Fleder's "The Express," opposite Dennis Quaid; and Bob Gosse's adaptation of the best-selling collegiate memoir of Tucker Max, "I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell."

On television, Stults can currently be seen in CBS's "The Odd Couple." His other recent TV credits include CBS's "Zoo," Netflix's "Grace & Frankie," FOX's "Enlisted" and "The Finder." He is also known for roles on ABC's "Happy Town," and "October Road" and the long-running series "7th Heaven." Stults produced the 2006 television movie "Deceit," starring Emmanuelle Chriqui and Joe Pantoliano.

An avid sports fan from Colorado, Stults developed a gift for athletics during high school, where he played four sports, excelling most of all in football. His abilities were good enough to land him a college football scholarship where he developed his skill as a wide receiver. While in school, Stults also began to take an interest in acting, but his future career took a backseat to football. He was recruited to play semi-professional football in Europe, but eventually returned to the United States to pursue acting and has never looked back.

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