KELLY LYNCH | RHYS IFANS | CHUCK LIDDELL | RORY COCHRANE
SOLOMON BURKE | JIMMY SCOTT | Director, MITCH GLAZER
RORY COCHRANE (Rickey)
Rory Cochrane was born in New York and spent much of his childhood in England. He eventually returned to New York City to study at the La Guardia High School of Performing Arts.
Cochrane’s first performance was playing Jeff Goldblum’s son in the well-received film Fathers and Sons. He soon followed this up with a stand-out performance in Richard Linklater’s film classic Dazed and Confused as Slater, the young comedic stoner.
After this breakthrough performance, Cochrane created another tour-de-force role as a crazed, tattooed killer in Love and a .45 opposite Rene Zellweger, and the following year starred as Lucas in the cult classic Empire Records opposite Liv Tyler.
Other notable films followed, including The Low Life and Dogtown for director George Hickenlooper, Art Linson’s Sunset Strip, Joel Schumacher’s Flawless opposite Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Robert De Niro, Hart’s War opposite Colin Farrell and Bruce Willis, and The Prime Gig opposite Vince Vaughn and Ed Harris.
On television, Cochrane played the lead character Tim Speedle opposite David Caruso for two years in the #1 rated CBS show “CSI: Miami.” He followed this up with a critically lauded performance in The Company, produced by Ridley Scott for TNT, playing the double spy Yevgeny.
Cochrane gave an intense performance in the indie thriller Right at Your Door opposite Mary McCormack for director Chris Gorak, and reteamed with Richard Linklater on the acclaimed A Scanner Darkly, playing the lead role of Charles Fleck opposite Robert Downey, Jr.
Most recently, he was seen in Michael Mann’s Public Enemies as Carter Baum, who was charged with taking down the infamous outlaw played by Johnny Depp, as well as in the Fox series “24.”