JAMES REMAR has appeared in more than 50 feature films, numerous television projects and on the New York stage. He has played historical figures such as General Omar Bradley in Ike: Countdown To D-Day and Dutch Schultz in The Cotton Club. Remar's most memorable performances include a streetwise gang kid in The Warriors and the billionaire playboy "Richard" in Sex And The City. Other notable film credits include 48 Hrs., What Lies Beneath, Drugstore Cowboy and 2Fast 2Furious. James Remar's work has been honored with an Academy Award® as the star of Session Man, the 1991 recipient of 'Best Live Action Short Subject' and a SAG® Award for 'Best Ensemble Comedy Cast' for Sex And The City in 2001. Most recently, Remar completed the Judd Apatow/Columbia Pictures comedy Pineapple Express, directed by David Gordon Green, and also the feature Transbeman, directed by Richard Kroehling for Transformer Films. James Remar also has a recurring role on the CBS episodic Jericho.