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Anthony Howard Goldwyn (born May 20, 1960) is an American actor and director from Los Angeles, California. Making his debut in 1986, he's best known as Carl Bruner in Ghost, the adulterous President Fitzgerald Grant in Scandal, and the voice of Tarzan in the Disney animated film of the same name.

Goldwyn was Hollywood royalty from birth, being the grandson of the late Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer producer Samuel Goldwyn and the late actress Frances Howard, as well as the son of the late producer Samuel Goldwyn Jr. and the late actress Jennifer Howard. His older brother, John, worked as a Paramount executive in the '90s and his half-brother, Peter, currently owns the Samuel Goldwyn Company.

He has also directed several films, including The Last Kiss (starring Zach Braff) and Conviction (starring Hilary Swank), and episodes of various television series, including The L Word, Dexter and Scandal.

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