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Born in Ireland

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Arie Verveen has received two International Press Academy Satellite Awards for The Thin Red Line (1998) and Caught (1996), an Independent Spirit Award Nomination, and notable critical acclaim for his work.

He recently worked on the hit FX show Sons of Anarchy (2008), for creator Kurt Sutter and Satellite Award Nominated feature film, Swelter (2014), for writer/director Keith Parmer.

His accomplished list of movies and directors he has collaborated with include Terrence Malick, The Thin Red Line (1998), Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, Sin City (2005), Guy Ritchie, _Suspect_, Eli Roth, Cabin Fever (2002), Sergei Bodrov, Running Free (1999) and Robert M. Young, Caught (1996).

Arie Verveen's first lead role in a feature film, was Caught (1996), opposite Edward James Olmos and Maria Conchita Alonso and directed by acclaimed director Robert M. Young. He first experimented with the idea of acting while living in London Town. He was intrigued by the illusions created by such Tennessee Williams plays, as 'Orpheus Descending', 'Camino Real' and 'Talk To Me Like The Rain And Let Me Listen'... Verveen's London stage debut was a production of 'A Hatful Of Rain' by Michael V. Gazzo which he co-produced and starred in. Shortly thereafter he visited New York City with the thought of filmmaking in mind. After contributing time at the famed Actors Studio on a volunteer basis he was asked to take over the day to day running of the Studio. He committed to this position for a six month period assisting Arthur Penn. Fulfillment of his Actors Studio commitment coincided with him being cast in Caught (1996).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

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His sister Viviana Verveen is also an actress based out of Ireland.

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