Socratis Otto stars in "Gone," opposite Amanda Seyfried, as Jim. He will next be seen in Stuart Beattie's "I, Frankenstein" alongside Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Miranda Otto and Yvonne Strahovski.

Socratis Otto has worked extensively in film, television and theater since graduating from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art in 2000.

Socratis' film credits include The Wachowski Brothers' "Matrix Reloaded," Tony McNamara's "The Rage in Placid Lake," "'M' Macbeth," "Monkey Puzzle," Dean O'Flaherty's "Beautiful," "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" and the independent feature, "Anyone You Want."

He has appeared in some of Australia's most popular television series including "Home and Away," "All Saints," "Young Lions" and "City Homicide." Socratis' other television credits include the U.K. TV telefilm "False Witness," Steven Spielberg's miniseries "The Pacific," "Darwin's Brave New World," the BBC/ABC historical dramatization "The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce" and most recently ABC's "Miracles and Dance Academy."

On stage, Socratis has starred in "The Wonderful World of Dissocia," "Saturn's Return," "Morph," "Don Juan," "Salt," "Fireface" and the critically acclaimed "Stockholm" for the Sydney Theatre Company; "Woyzeck" for Malthouse Theatre; "Macbeth," "Peribanez" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for Company B; "Are You There?" for Ensemble Theatre; "Rabbit" for Griffin Theatre Company; and "House Among the Stars" for the State Theatre Company of South Australia. He also appeared in Jim Sharman's festival success, "Three Furies."

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