Martin Donovan  

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Martin Donovan (born August 19, 1957 in Reseda, California) is an American stage and movie actor. He has had a long collaboration with the director Hal Hartley, appearing in many of his films, including Trust (1990), Surviving Desire (1991), Simple Men (1992), Flirt (1993), Amateur (1994), and The Book of Life (1998) (in which he played Jesus). In Don Roos' The Opposite of Sex (1998), Donovan played Bill, a gay teacher. In the film, his boyfriend is seduced by Bill's half-sister. He played a fundamentalist pastor and school principal struggling with an attraction to the mother of one of his students in Saved! (2004). He also stars in The Quiet (2005).



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