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:: E R I C  M A B I U S ::
Tim Haspel

Of Irish and Polish descent, Eric Mabius was born on April 21, 1971. He grew up moving almost constantly. Upon graduating from high school he attended the renowned arts school, Sarah Lawrence College. Immersing himself in acting, writing and film theory, college became the jumping-off point for Mabius' first roles in the theater in smaller Off-Broadway productions. He landed his first film role as the object of Heather Matarazzo's affection, the teen rock star, in Todd Solondz's Sundance Grand Prize Winner, Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995).

Mabius has appeared in more than 27 films - seven of which screened at Sundance -- and over a dozen television projects. His credits include roles in many genres, ranging from action (Resident Evil (2002) and The Extreme Team (2003)), drama (Cruel Intentions (1999)), comedy ('Welcome to the Dollhouse' and Wirey Spindell (2000)), mystery (The Minus Man (1999)), horror (The Crow: Salvation (2000) and Black Circle Boys (1997)), and romance (Splendor (1999) and Dancing at the Harvest Moon (2002) (TV)). Showtime's groundbreaking series, "The L Word" (2004) and ABC's "Eyes" (2005) are but a few more in a long line of unique and varied projects he has chosen that have achieved critical and audience acclaim.


     Actor - filmography
bullet Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) (post-production) .... Matt Addison/Nemesis
bullet "L Word, The" (2004) TV Series .... Tim Haspel
bullet Just Like You Imagined (2003) .... Gender Shifter
bullet Job, The (2003) .... Rick
bullet Extreme Team, The (2003) ... aka X-Team, The
bullet Dancing at the Harvest Moon (2002) (TV) .... John Keats
bullet Resident Evil (2002) .... Matt Addison
bullet On the Borderline (2001) .... Luke
bullet Tempted (2001) .... Ted
bullet Crow: Salvation, The (2000) .... Alex Corvis (The Crow) ... aka The Crow 3 - Tödliche Erlösung
bullet Wirey Spindell (2000) .... Wirey, age 17
bullet Around the Fire (1999) .... Andrew
bullet Cruel Intentions (1999) .... Greg McConnell ... aka Sexual Provocation 
bullet Splendor (1999) .... Ernest
bullet Minus Man, The (1999) .... Gene Panich
bullet Myth America (1998)
bullet Lawn Dogs (1997) .... Sean
bullet Black Circle Boys (1997) .... Shane Carver
bullet Gun for Jennifer, A (1996) .... Cletus
bullet On Seventh Avenue (1996) (TV) .... Bass Player
bullet Harvest of Fire (1996) .... Sam Hostetler
bullet I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) .... Revolutionary No.
bullet Journey of August King, The (1995) .... Hal Wright
bullet Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995) .... Steve Rodgers ... aka Middle Child

Notable TV Guest Appearances
bullet "Fastlane" (2002) playing "Trey" in episode: "Dogtown" (episode # 1.10)
bullet "Get Real" (1999) playing "Andrew Clark" in episode: "Guilt" (episode # 1.18)
bullet "Party of Five" (1994) playing "Brian Stilman" in episode: "Fate, Hope and Charity" (episode # 6.8)
bullet "Party of Five" (1994) playing "Brian Stilman" in episode: "We Gather Together" (episode # 6.7) 
bullet "Millennium" (1996) playing "Samiel" in episode: "Borrowed Time" (episode # 3.10)
bullet "Chicago Hope" (1994) playing "Zeb Moser" in episode: "...And the Hand Played On" (episode # 4.5)


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