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Some of Spader's credits include Steven Soderbergh's "sex, lies and videotape," for which he received the Best Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival; David Cronenberg's "Crash," which received the Special Jury Prize at Cannes; and Steven Shainberg's "Secretary," which won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Feature. His other film credits include "2 Days in the Valley," "Wolf" and "Less Than Zero." He starred in David Mamet's Broadway play "Race" in 2010. Spader starred in Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks feature "Lincoln," opposite Daniel Day-Lewis last year, while also starring on NBC's hit comedy "The Office." Most recently, Spader shot the feature film "The Homesman," starring Hilary Swank and Tommy Lee Jones (who also directed).
From 2004-2008, Spader won three Emmy Awards for his seminal role as shameless attorney Alan Shore on "The Practice" and "Boston Legal," making him the only actor to win consecutive Emmys playing the same character on two different series.
Spader currently resides in Los Angeles.
When he unexpectedly surrenders himself to the FBI, the authorities are stunned. Without explanation, Reddington offers up his "Blacklist": a list of international criminals he's been cultivating for over 20 years - criminals that the FBI doesn't even know exist.
But perhaps most confusing is Red's primary condition for his cooperation with the FBI: he insists on only talking to one agent, rookie profiler Elizabeth Keen, a young woman with seemingly no connection to Reddington.