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As an actor, producer, writer and director, RYAN PHILLIPPE (Jonathan Shannon) has established himself as one of Hollywood's most versatile talents.

Moving easily between theatrical film and television, Phillippe-in addition to Wish Upon-stars in USA's drama series "Shooter," based on the 2007 feature film and best-selling novel by Stephen Hunter, Point of Impact. A producer on the project, Phillippe stars as Bob Lee Swagger, a former Marine sniper living in exile who is coaxed back into action. Other recent television work includes the Fox comedy series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," as well as the ABC drama series "Secrets and Lies."

In 2014 Phillippe directed, produced and co-wrote the film drama Catch Hell, starring as a has-been Hollywood actor abducted by two thugs while on location in Louisiana. He previously starred opposite John Cusack and Jackie Weaver in the action feature Reclaim; with Matthew McConaughey and Marisa Tomei in Lionsgate's The Lincoln Lawyer; in Steven Silver's South Africa-based period drama The Bang Bang Club; Universal's comedy MacGruber, with Will Forte and Kristen Wiig; the war drama Stop-Loss, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Channing Tatum; Universal's Breach, opposite Chris Cooper; and the DreamWorks/Paramount World War II drama Flags of Our Fathers, directed by Clint Eastwood.

Phillippe earned kudos for his work in the Academy Award-winning 2004 ensemble drama Crash, directed by Paul Haggis, about a group of strangers who are brought together by an auto accident, in the wake of such films as Igby Goes Down, with Susan Sarandon and Kieran Culkin; Robert Altman's Oscar-nominated Gosford Park; Antitrust, opposite Tim Robbins; Paramount Classic's Company Man, with Sigourney Weaver; Cruel Intentions, co-starring Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Michelle Gellar; Miramax's 54, with Mike Meyers; and Artisan's The Way of the Gun. Phillippe's early film work includes the Columbia box office smash I Know What You Did Last Summer; director Ridley Scott's White Squall; and the naval drama Crimson Tide, with Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman.

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