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Walton Goggins has made a name for himself as one of TV's finest actors thanks to his Emmy-nominated role on FX's "Justified" and (should've been Emmy-nominated) work on FX's "The Shield." But this season he's been all over the big screen as well, with prominent supporting roles in two of the fall's most-anticipated awards contenders: Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" and Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained."

"The stars align and the fates conspired to have these two radically different approaches to the same issue [of slavery] come out within a month of each other. And that I get to kind of bridge both of these experiences," Goggins says with obvious delight during a phone interview before "Django's" release. "To go from one person who was on the right side of history in "Lincoln," to another person [in "Django"] who had a vested interest in keeping the status quo because that's how he had his power »

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