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Noted actor Dreyfuss is commencement speaker

Richard Dreyfuss, one of Hollywood’s most versatile and energetic leading men, will be the commencement speaker for The Community School at graduation in June.

Dreyfuss, 54, a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., who has appeared in 38 movies from 1967-2000, is the father of three children, including a daughter, Emily, who graduates from The Community School in Sun Valley this year.

After breakthrough roles in "American Graffiti" (1973) and as the shark expert in "Jaws" (1975), Dreyfuss won a Best Actor Oscar for his role as Elliott Garfield in "The Goodbye Girl" (1977). At 29, he was the youngest-ever actor to win the covered statuette, a distinction Dreyfuss still holds.

He was nominated for an Oscar for his role as a music teacher in "Mr. Holland’s Opus" (1996).

Currently Dreyfuss is playing a middle-aged professor at a women’s college in the CBS television series "The Education of Max Bickford." He appears on The History Channel in an educational series "Mr. Dreyfuss Goes to Washington."

The 2002 Community School graduation will take place Sunday, June 2, at 1 p.m. at the Sun Valley independent school.


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