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Beauty isn't all it's cracked up to be. Straight-laced plastic surgeon Sean McNamara and his unabashedly narcissistic business partner Christian Troy manage one of Miami's hottest cosmetic surgery practices. As the duo expand their lucrative business, their complicated and intertwined friendship is put to the test: Sean's dysfunctional family, including his adulterous wife and rebellious teenage son, forces him to reexamine his perfect fantasy life, while Christian's sexual addiction and questionable morals put him at odds with those closest to him. From the beautiful to the utterly bizarre, Nip/Tuck presents an unflinching and uncensored look at the plastic surgery industry and the outrageous people who make it tick.
Dr. Sean McNamara - Dylan Walsh was recently seen in the thriller The Stepfather, alongside Sela Ward and Penn Badgeley. Walsh has also starred in the Warner Bros. feature The Lake House, opposite Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves, and One Part Sugar, opposite Danny DeVito. He also starred opposite William H. Macy, Julia Stiles and Joe Mantegna in the independent film Edmond. Born in Los Angeles, Walsh spent the first 10 years of his life in Africa, India and Indonesia as both of his parents were in the Foreign Service. After his tenth birthday, the family settled in Annandale, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, DC. Walsh resides in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.
Dr. Christian Troy - McMahon, who was nominated for a 2005 Golden Globe Award and a 2006 Saturn Award for Best Actor in a Television Drama for his work on Nip/Tuck, has appeared on the big screen in Fantastic Four and Fantastic Four: The Rise of the Silver Surfer, based on the Marvel Comics series. In both films, McMahon stars as villain Victor von Doom, or Doctor Doom. He also starred in Premonition, opposite Sandra Bullock, and the independent film Prisoner. Previously, McMahon made an impression on television audiences via his roles in the award-winning drama series Profiler and Charmed. Additional film credits include Meet Market, opposite Elizabeth Berkley and Aisha Tyler; Wet and Wild Summer, alongside Elliot Gould; and Chasing Sleep, with Jeff Daniels. McMahon has worked onstage as well, most notably in the Sydney and Melbourne productions of Love Letters. McMahon lives in Los Angeles.
Julia McNamara - Nip/Tuck marked Richardson's U.S. television debut. In 2004 and 2005, she garnered Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Actress in a Drama Series for her work on the show, along with critical praise for her extraordinary portrayal of a woman caught in deep emotional struggles. The daughter of Academy Award® winners Tony Richardson and Vanessa Redgrave, Richardson started her career training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. Her first feature film was playing Redgrave's character as a young girl in David Hare's Wetherby. In 1999, Richardson received an Independent Spirit Award nomination in the category of Best Actress for her role in Under Heaven. Her aunt Lynn Redgrave won in that category for Gods and Monsters. Richardson resides in London.
Matt McNamara - Previously a horse wrangler in Wyoming, Hensley transitioned from performing in the rodeo arena to a career on television and the big screen. In 1999, Hensley made his television debut on the cult hit Strangers with Candy. He went on to land the memorable role of Meadow's high school boyfriend on the award-winning series The Sopranos. He also played the lead opposite Gabriel Byrne in the highly acclaimed but short-lived seriesMadigan Men, under the direction of Emmy® Award winner James Burrows, as well as portraying Gabriel Bowman in TNT's series Witchblade and making a recent guest-starring appearance on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Kimber Henry - Carlson, a Minneapolis native, most recently appeared in the feature comedy Made of Honor, starring alongside Patrick Dempsey. She also starred alongside Kathleen Robertson and Christopher McDonald in director Michael O'Neill's film Player 5150 and appeared in William Dickerson's Shadowbox. Other film credits include The Marine, Starship Troopers 2, Little Big League, Splittsville and Paparazzi. Carlson is the spokesperson for the Smile Network, an organization that addresses the cosmetic surgery needs of at-risk children. She also enjoys horseback riding and was once a nationally competitive equestrian. Carlson resides in Los Angeles.
Dr. Liz Cruz - Maffia started her acting career performing in off-Broadway, off-off-Broadway and regional productions. Ron Howard cast Roma in the feature film, The Paper. She soon met television producer David E. Kelley, who cast her as a secretary in his new series Chicago Hope. During her one season on Chicago Hope, Maffia landed a plum role in the Barry Levinson film Disclosure. Garnering rave reviews for her performance, she quickly landed feature film roles in director John Badham's Nick of Time, playing a kidnapper opposite Christopher Walken and Johnny Depp; and Eraser, with Arnold Schwarzenegger. In her free time, she is actively involved with the nonprofit organization Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA), which is dedicated to advancing democracy and equality in South Africa. Maffia resides in Los Angeles with her two dogs, Lou Lu and Lucky. Despite his strong ties to his southern roots, John now resides in Los Angeles.
Nip/Tuck Creator - Golden Globe winner and Emmy® nominee Ryan Murphy is the executive producer and creator of the highly acclaimed drama series Nip/Tuck. Murphy is currently in production on the series Glee, which he also created and executive produces. His current feature directorial project, Eat, Pray, Love, stars Julia Roberts, Javier Bardem, Billy Crudup and Richard Jenkins. Murphy began his career as a journalist, writing for such publications as The Miami Herald, Los Angeles Times, The New York Daily News and Entertainment Weekly. His screenwriting career began in the late 1990s when Steven Spielberg purchased his romantic comedy Why Can't I Be Audrey Hepburn? Murphy's next effort was The WB's Popular, an award-winning black comedy/satire which he created and produced with his fellow Nip/Tuck executive producer Michael M. Robin and Greer Shepard.