Aaron Eckhart (b. 1968) is a movie actor who, early in his career, had a small part in the Aliens in the Family first episode, "Meet the Brodys", as Doug's office rival Townsend.

Eckhart first gained widespread notice in 1997 as cruel white-collar misogynist Chad in In the Company of Men. He has since starred in action films like The Core (with Bruce Greenwood and Alfre Woodard) and Paycheck (with Paul Giamatti and Peter Friedman) and romantic comedies like Molly, Nurse Betty, and No Reservations. More independent films include Thank You for Smoking (nominated for a Golden Globe) and Bill. In 2008, he appeared in The Dark Knight as Harvey Dent, who becomes the villain Two-Face.

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