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Ed Harris is a man for all seasons

Edward Allen Harris (Tenafly, November 28, 1950) 1.75 m, is an actor, director and American film producer.
As a boy he was a sports enthusiast, is now one of the most provocative and obsessive players who are able to fully immerse is in fact the studios and that of the circuit "indie." Issue is controversial. Switch with confidence by Filmon science fiction, all love and tears, to independent films amoral, homophobic, misogynistic, but honest and virtuous. In the recitation, we do not presents characters in black and white, but gray. More than shares, his roles seem to express "reactions" and then fight in the human dramas that bring his words and his actions to be brighter and more vibrant. The secret? Ed Harris when he says give yourself creates characters who are of his flesh. I am human and restless. Rarely has someone of his stuff, man of paper and someone beats it takes the soul, the ambiguity morality and sex drive that is innate in us all.

Born in New Jersey, the son of a travel agent and a choir member of the Fred Waring Chorus, as well as used in the library of the Art Institute of Chicago, Having studied at Tenafly High School, which then begins to get passionate athletics led him to enroll at Columbia University in 1969, he has a future sports. Two years later, his family moved to Oklahoma and he follows them, after discovering his passion for acting in some theater students. He enrolled in acting class University of Oklahoma and after a number of successes in local shows will move to Los Angeles (California) to join the California Institute of the Arts. With great intensity, showing his talent on stage off-Broadway, in the works of Sam Shepard. New York falls in love with him when he literally plays a part specially written for him by Shepard in "Fool for Love" (1983), which makes him win any awards for best actor, then it will be the same praise to Broadway with a Tony Award nomination for "Precious Sons" (1986) by George Firth.

; Ed Harris in the film alongside Tom Savini Knightriders

After appearing in some commercials on the National Geographic Channel and the show Gibbsville (1976), is in the TV series Del Old episode Cancelled Contract (1977) and in the TV movie The Amazing Howard Hughes (1977) with Tommy Lee Jones. In 1978 he took part in the episode Deadly Convoy of Seiei TV David Cassidy-Man Untercover , began his career as a film actor in films of the science fiction writer Michael Crichton's Coma (1978), opposite Michael Douglas, Geneviène Bujold, Ripp Torn, Richard Widmark and Tom Selleck. As a result, even small parts: Kill the Messenger episode of the TV series The Rockford Files (1978) with James Garner, Scool of Terror episode of the TV series Barnaby Jones (1979) America the Beautiful and TV series Paris (1980), and show The Seekers (1979) and The Aliens Are Coming (1980), in the TV series Lou Grant in episodes Hit (1979), Hazard (1980) Survival and (1981). E 'with Charles Bronson in borderline - Man of the border (1980) by Jerrold Freedman on the topic of illegal immigration faced by several U.S. film independent film, becomes the excuse for any crime, given the action violent and good feelings. Join the cast of the film by George A. Romero Knightriders - Knights (1981) with Gary Lahti and Tom Savini. The first film directed by horror outside the territories is a modern rendition of the myth of King Arthur in the balance between action and flower children. Cameo by Stephen King. Even if the outcome of the film is not satisfactory, Romero puts it equally also in the cast of the horror film Creepshow (1982) with Leslie Nielsen, Hal Hobrook and Ted Danson. Film that is a collaboration between Romero and Stephen King is the rising star 4 horror stories told with humor and macabre sense of humor, as well as many special effects that takes its cue from the spirit of the '50s horror comics of Entertaining Comics Bill Gaines.

; Ed Harris is the adventurer Walker - A True Story

In the eighties, continues to alternate the small to the big screen, going from CHiPs (1981), Hart to Hart - Heart and heart-pounding episode Hart of Darkness and the TV series Cassie & Co . episode Love Come Back (1982) to Dream On! (1981) Ed Harker, a sort of story-collage by the action of the film that follows a group of young actors who struggle to survive in Los Angeles and hang their art Principality.
The Right Stuff - Real Men (1983) Philiph of Kaufman with Sam Shepard, Scott Glenn, Dennis Quaid, Fred Ward and Barbara Hershey. Based on a book by Tom Wolfe, scripted by the director after giving up a first script by William Goldman, is the story of fighter pilot who in 1947 became the testers of the new jet and then to be the first explorers USA space program of NASA Mercury Astronaut. Swing Shift (1984) Jonathan Demme, with Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn (also producer) and Christine Lahti (nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actress). It is in the movie Places in the Heart - the Heart (1984) Robert Benton, director, screenwriter and writer, with Sally Field, Danny Glover, John Malkovich, Terry O'Quinn, where he met the woman who will become his wife, actress Amy Madigan, who married before the justice of the peace of Waxahachie (Texas), and with whom he had one daughter: Lily Dolores Harris. The biopic of Benton, who is also the scriptwriter and writer, takes advantage of the wonderful photography of N. Almendros and 2 Oscar: a Field and the screenplay by Benton. Recitation in
A Flash of Green (1984) by Victor Nunez, and in 1985 alongside Max von Sidow and Horst Buchholz Code Name Emerald in Jonathan Sanger, in the biopic of the famous country singer Patsy Cline 50s Sweet Dream Karel Reisz with Jessica Lange and John Goodman, and the drama in the name of more meticulous sociological realism Alamo Bay of Louis Malle, starring with his wife.
In 1987 he starred in the detective show based on a novel by the lawyer-writer Philip M. Margolin The Last Innocent Man - The last defense of Roger Spottiswoode alongside David Suchet and interprets the figure of Walker Alex Cox, film biography sull'avventuriero William Walker in Nicaragua in 1855.

                                              Intense expression of Ed Harris in the movie The Abyss

makes a successful artistic partnership with director Agnieszka Holland, who wants him as a protagonist, alongside Christopher Lambert, who serves as Stefan, police captain Polish politics, the character of Dostoevsky's complex degradation and maniacal fury to a priest that Harris makes a very good film To Kill a Priest - A priest from kill (1988). The Abyss (1989), the most expensive movie of James Cameron, an extraordinary adventure to 7500 meters deep, very successful and exciting is his second film starring Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and next to Michael Biehn, then opposite Robert De Niro in Jacknite (1989) directed by David Jones in one more story of veterans from Vietnam but the key intimate whose origin is Strange Snow, play by Stephen Metcalfe who has also adapted. It 's a movie actors: Robert De Niro and mimetic gesture of extraordinary quality, intense actor who works sull'implosione Harris, Kathy Baker, living what he said Artand "the art of the soul is athletics."

Three aces: Sean Penn, Gary Oldman and Ed Harris for State of Grace

E 'in the company of Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, John Turturro and Robin Wright in State of Grace - State of Grace ( 1990) play written by Dennis McIntyre, a playwright, "off" (tragically died after filming), scary and overwhelming ambition is a gangster film with a tragic mix paroxysmal violence with a stylized staging in the wake of the cinema of Coppola, Scorsese, De Palma and an evocative description environment. Will be directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal Paris Trout - The black heart of Paris Trout (1991) with Dennis Hopper and Barbara Hershey, based on a novel by Pete Dexter also wrote the screenplay, the story that did turn pale (euphemism) for an apartheid America can not be overcome. Along with Jack Lemmon and Al Pacino in Glengarry Glen Ross - Americans (1992) by James Foley, a comedy (1982) of D. Mamet, a Pulitzer Prize, a fine example of a theater in a box (or the cinema of the word) with an excellent team of players (it also includes Alec Baldwin, Jonathan Price, and Alan Arkin) and director also works well in giving relentless pace a text that suggests a jazz jam session, and split ilset de The Firm - The Firm (1993) Sydney Pollack with Tom Cruise, Gene Hackman, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Hal Holbrook, Holly Hunter, Gary Busey, Tobin Bell and David Strathairn, based on the novel (1991) by John Grisham, written by David Rabe, Robert Towne and David Rayfiel, former aide to S. Pollack, can also be read as a parable on the transition from youth to adulthood, and the story of a love threatened by the schemes of the world.

; , Ed Harris and Benicio Del Toro in China Moon

Interprets the sheriff in the horror-movie Pangbron for good-natured novel by Stephen King Needful Things - Needful Things (1993) by Fraser Clarke Heston (son of Charlton) with Max von Sydow. The following year the cast of mediocre comedy Milk Money - Lessons anatomy Richard Benjamin Melanie Griffith, Malcolm McDowell and Philip Bosco, and next to Madeleine Stowe and a young Benicio Del Toro China Moon - Blood Moon John Bailey. Detective Kyle Bodine (Ed Harris) falls madly in love with Rachel Munro (Madeleine Stowe) married to a violent man that ruined his life. It 's the "Chinese moon effect" that makes the unpredictable actions of men, that will require extreme Bodine to make a choice: kill her husband and obscure the corpse, but ... Lamar Dickey (Benicio Del Toro), Kyle's partner, will show his talent unusual in search of clues ...

; ; Ed Harris in a scene from the film Apollo 13

Nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actor for Apollo 13 (1995) Ron Howard, where he tries desperately to save the astronaut Tom Hanks ; from death in space, from the book "Lost Moon" (1992) by Jim Lovell and Jeffrey Kluger. The 11-4-1970, launched by the Saturn V rocket, the Apollo 13 spacecraft with three astronauts on board goes to the moon, but a technical fault forced the engineers at NASA in Houston to improvise an emergency plan to do fall Jim Lovell (Tom Hawks), Fred Haise (Bill Paxton) and Jack Swigert ((Kevin Bacon). The mixture of adventure real with the fictional SF triggers a short-circuit memories, film and history in intervals of space thriller, steeped in Yankee pride ("We never lost an American in space, do not start now.) 2 Academy Award for installation and sound. Take part in an episode of the TV series Frasier (1995) and next to Sean Connery, Laurence Fishburne and Hope Lange in the unlikely and rambling thriller Just Cause - Just Cause Arne Glimchered, and is one of the key players de Nixon - Nixon (1995) by Oliver Stone, alongside Anthony Hopkins, James Wood, Larry Hagman and Paul Sorvino.

, Ed Harris and David Morse in a frame of the movie The Rock

The following year is The Rock , set on the island of Alcatraz - called "the rock" - landed under the command of a mercenary company of Marines, a general (Harris) who kidnaps tourists to visit and install a battery of missiles. We will launch at San Francisco if he will be paid twenty million dollars be allocated to the families of dead American soldiers on the fields of honor. To neutralize the FBI sent a biochemist (Nicolas Cage) and a British secret agent (Sean Connery) in prison thirty years, the only prisoner ever escaped from Alcatraz. Filmon is an action of catastrophic effects, in line with the waste and the havoc this aesthetic vision that dominates in Hollywood, directed by M. thirties Bay, director of advertising that uses the cast also includes Michael Biehn, David Morse and John McGinley. Along with his wife Amy Madigan in the TV western, with a remarkable picture of the atmosphere, they produce Riders of the Purple Sage - The knight of vengeance directed by Charles Haid and in the accurate, fair and predictable thriller, despite in describing the subtleties of family relationships de an Eye - Eye for an Eye John Schlesinger with Sally Field, Kiefer Sutherland, Beverly D'Angelo, Joe Mantegna, Keith David.

; Ed Harris co-starred with Jim Carrey of The Truman Show

Back side of Gene Hackman, as well as Laura Linney and Scott Glenn, when Clint Eastwood chose him for a part in the political thriller Absolute Power - Power absolute (1997). From a walk-in closet, through a mirror-spy, Luther Whitney (Eastwood), professional theft, witness the foul deed and flees. He began hunting the thief. Written by William Goldman wise based on a novel by David Baldacci, is "political film, films, family films on the watch not being seen, the film again to be able to see, revelatory film, film even less too perfect. " A Whitney, which draws in a museum, a woman asks: "Work with your hands, right?". Even C. Eastwood is a director in the tradition of film craft, used to make movie how does a trade with hands and eyes. Then becomes the "father" of Truman Burbank (played by Jim Carrey in a state of grace) in The Truman Show (1998) by Peter Weir. The role of the producer and director demiurge of a man whose life is unwittingly a reality show the will not only get an Oscar nomination as best supporting actor, but also a Golden Globe in the same category. Also starring Laura Linney and Natascha McElhone.

                                                Ed Harris in a frame of film Stepmon

Ex-husband of a cancer patient Susan Sarandon and Julia Roberts for a new partner who will take care of her children in Stepmon - Nemicheamiche (1998), drama about the relationship between the natural mother and stepmother with a lot of death from cancer that addresses more than one question. Director Chris Columbus, an expert on winning plot, plays on the skill of the two interpreters. Who know how to stop it. Then, when you can take advantage of one of the biggest stars of Hollywood actors (Ed Harris) that's it.
collaborated once again to Agnieszka Holland will The Third Miracle - The Third Miracle (1999) with Anne Heche and Armin Mueller-Stahl. After Stigmata Rupert Waiwright, film against the Gnostic Church, Holland aside any special effect, giving up to scenes of exorcism and possession, to penetrate deep into the soul of a priest, played by Harris) and returns its human inner drama. Holland's film does not fail to raise disturbing questions, leading us to reflect on the concept of holiness and chastity of the dogma.

; ; Ed Harris in a shot of the film Pollock

Then he decides to go behind the director and after having studied painting and directs states Pollock (2000), which will be proposed by the Academy for Best Actor . The artist alcoholic who can not get proper recognition for his work is in itself a perfect cinematic cliché. There is no doubt however that what has reached Ed Harris directing and starring in this film is the viewer's attention, and surely many of those who saw him wanted to know more about Jackson Pollock, one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century. , Marcia Gay Harden won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.

, Ed Harris a shot of the film Enemy at the Gates

After Enemy at the Gates - Enemy at doors (2000) by Jean-Jacques Annaud in Nazi Stalingrad gripped every inch of ground is fought over weapons in hand. The sniper Vassili Zaitsev (Jude Law) brings down one after another, the Germans. The political commissar Danilov (Joseph Fiennes) makes him a powerful means of propaganda. It is the Soviet hero par excellence, does not miss a beat. A German major, König (Ed Harris) decides to challenge him on his own ground: the precision in sight. The two are chasing a long shot until the Russians have won. Later that year, the drama Walking the Dead by Keith Gordon, Billy Crudup, Jennifer Connelly and Hal Holbrook and the TV movie The Prime Gig Gregory Masher with Vince Vaughn, Julia Ormond, Stephen Tobolowsky and George Wendt .

Ed Harris alongside Russell Crowe in A Beautiful Mind

In 2001 A Beautiful Mind (2001) by Ron Howard, who works with skills on the hallucinations of the mathematician and Nobel laureate John Forbes Nash Jr. and Harris, who plays a dark character of the government, the 'eminence grise "William Parcher, who hires a top secret mission, with Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Paul Bettany and Christopher Plummer.
E 'in the cast of the dramatic Gregor Jordan's Buffalo Soldier with Joaquin Phoenix, Scott Glenn and Anna Paquin and voiced in the original film in the old Henry Sturbuck Danny Glover Just a Dream (2002) set in the United States in 1960, Henry is a teenager whose dream is to go to Hollywood and become a movie star and one day, in the rural town where she lives the guy that has a film crew arrives to shoot a film.

; The term suffering of Ed Harris in The Hours

receive yet another Oscar nomination as best supporting actor for The Hours (2002) directed by Stephen Daldry from the book by Michael Cunningham, American author emergentissimo Pulizter already awarded. Story of three women linked by the novel "Mrs. Dalloway" by Virginia Woolf wrote and read the other two with devastating results. Prior history: the same Woolf (Nicole Kidman, disfigured to look like the original one), late twenties, England, when the writer fails to control his now more deadly exhaustion (that you will drown filling his pockets with stones). The second is that of Laura Brown (Julianne Moore) in Los Angeles 1949, which, among other troubles, a husband and conventional sweet that makes you hate life and her son will leave them to find herself. Finally here is Clarissa Vaughan (Meryl Streep), editor in New York today, supporting a poet dying of AIDS (which is the child abandoned by Laura). All women are strictly strictly gay men and lesbians. Also starring Jeff Daniels, John C. and Miranda Richarsson Reilly.

; Ed Harris in a scene from the film The Human Stain

alongside Then again, Kidman and Hopkins will The Human Stain - The Human Stain (2003) directed by Robert Benton, and with Gary Sinise and Abbe Lane. A film, then, that reflects on the themes of intolerance, but also the problem of identity and independence, the brutality of contemporary society, injury. All this through the story of the hero that leads to the extreme, the ideal of American self-made (and what about now, the ideal of the West in general) with a clear reference to the installation of a Greek tragedy characterized by the classic struggle of the individual to the community in which he lives for their freedom to be who wants to be and the price that this struggle involves.
A precise and hard attack on the "rightness" of American politics and hypocrisy.
E 'in the cast of the dramatic My name Radio (2003) by Michael Tollin with Cuba Gooding Jr. and the comedy Masked and Anonymous (2003) by Larry Charles with Bob Dylan, Jeff Bridges, Penelope Cruz, John Goodman , Jessica Lange, Luke Wilson, Angela Bassett, Steven Bauer, Val Kilmer, Chris Penn, Mickey Rourke and Christian Slater.

Ed Harris alongside Paul Newman in a scene TV mini-series Empire Falls

In 2005 interprets Empire Falls - The falls of the heart , TV miniseries, dicvisa into two parts and directed by Fred Schepisi, television adaptation of Richard Russo's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "The decline of 'Whiting empire "with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Helen Hunt, Paul Newman, Robin Whright Penn, Aidan Quinn, Joanne Woodward, Dennis Farina, William Fichtner, Theresa Russell and the cast of the play by Adam Rapp Winter Passing with Will Ferrell and Zooey Deschanel.

, Ed Harris with Viggo Mortensen in a scene from A History of Violence

clear, however, in David Cronenberg's A History of Violence (2005), where great as always, give you a hard time for histrionics , Viggo Mortensen and William Hurt.Tratto from a cartoon by John Wagner Cronenberg's film returns to the director loved ones in the territories: the identity, possible schizophrenia, the relationship between reality and appearance. Even the narrative style of play on these elements, so that the film could be a double review. If it takes as it appears it is a very stereotypical thriller with good doses of humor and exaggeration narrative often involuntary. But if you read it from the first shot that looks like a painting by Hopper then things change. It is thought to Cronenberg refined intellectual who works on a re-reading genres to reveal the fragility and ambiguity.

; Ed Harris in the role of Copying Beethowen

In Copying Beetowen - Beethowen and I (2006), signed by Polish Agnieszka Holland, who had already devoted a great track artist biographies such as Rimbaud and Verlaine in Total Eclipse, about the last year of Beethoven's life, until his premature and lonely death in 1827. A film in which artificial and often artifact, to deliver on the big screen the majesty of Beethoven's music, you chose a style register as pompous and superfluous, at the expense of simplicity and naturalness that maybe they could give to the film greater spontaneity. With a photograph doughy and overly saturated colors that always veer towards an almost surreal and impressionist blue white, the film fails to excite and engage, except when the music itself in the magnificence of its essence, is able to do alone all the work. A look obviously pleased but never attended, a calligraphic language and Byzantine make the film a tribute to the genius of Beethoven, but often in an almost sterile and superficial. Ed Harris, unrecognizable without his glasses and long hair, plays the great composer being almost always over the top and Diane Kruger in the role of disciple wheedling.

with Ed Harris and John Ashton Amy Ryan in Gone, Baby, Gone

E ' then cast in de Two Tickets to Paradise (2006) wrote, directed and starring DB Sweeney with John C. McGiuley and Paul Hipp.
Then recite the movie by Ben Affleck Gone, Baby, Gone (2007) Ben Affleck, who in his debut behind the camera is now the center with a genre film that goes beyond the genre to address sensitive issues related to the relationship between adults and children. The only flaw of the film is the title that resemble those of a song that could be the Bee Gees as well as the Platters, could have a different content from what you own. Besides, this is the original title of a novel by Dennis Lehane is the one who wrote "Mystic River." Kudos to Ben Affleck who is more assumed the burden of providing an important role in the lesser known brother Casey, alongside the supporting actors like Morgan Freeman,
ichelle Monaghan, Amy Ryan, John Ashton and Ed Harris that can challenge even actors much more run in him.

; Ed Harris and Samuel L. Jackson shot a de Cleaner

starring opposite Samuel L. Jackson in the thriller Cleaner (2007) by Renny Harlin film that escapes from all the cliches of contemporary urban thriller, and its presence in the cast names in addition to the aforementioned Jackson and Harris, Eva Mendes, Luis Guzman, Robert Forster, and this is one of the main reasons that prompt us to ask why is this interesting mystery-movie is not released in our cinemas.

; ; The film poster

In the same year we see him in blockbuster National Treasure: Book of Secrets - The Book of Secrets Jon Turteltaub, a sequel to the first National Treasure - National Treasure in 2004 with great appeal, with a plot a bit 'wacky but self-deprecating, capable of reaching the goal of entertaining with two old-fashioned adventure. In addition to Harris cast include Nicolas Cage, John Voight, Harvey Keitel and Diane Kruger. In 2008 he returned to directing and simultaneously in the starring role in the revival of the western genre Appaloosa (2008) with Viggo Mortensen, Renée Zellweger, Jeremy Irons and Lance Henriksen.Ispirato the novel by Robert B. Parker, Appaloosa is the adventure of two heroes who protect the community from illegal and disruptive impulses arising from its interno.Ed Harris, wrinkles authentic and romantic soul, stuffed Appaloosa referrals underground, the western or explicit Metafilm spaghetti, albeit filtered through Eastwood, Costner and Walter Hill. Seeding tributes to filmmakers like Sergio Leone in the first place, the director takes the reins tight and play with the scale of fields and levels: from the fields to the field long average, the full-length on the first floor, drawing the viewer's attention on the physical world around the characters or concentrating on psyche of the character mentioned in the framework. Cole and Hitch, placed "fifth" to close one side of the frame and allow our eyes to slip deep into the splendor of the wilderness, lonely knights are coming into town, the Pacific, the law and then to educate the ' leave.
E 'in the cast of the drama and partially autobiographical Touching Home (2008) Logan Miller.

Ed Harris alongside Saoirse Ronan in a shot of the film The Way Back

Played a father in the crime drama Once Fallen (2010) Ash Adams Brian Presley, Amy Madigan, Peter Weller and Taraji P. Henson.
The Way Back (2010) with Colin Farrell by Peter Weir, Jim Sturgess, Mark Strong, Saoirse Ronan and Gustaf Skarsgård. Based on the novel The Long Walk by Slavomir Rawicz, the film tells of escape from a work camp (gulag) Siberian in 1940. Seven international courageous prisoners discover the true meaning of friendship and their adventure takes them across thousands of miles of hostile terrain, Direct to India and their freedom.
I finished shooting the family drama That's What I Am directed by Michael Pavone with the couple in real life Ed Harris and Amy Madigan, Randy Orton and Chase Ellison. Ed Harris will play an English teacher who fight for the inclusion of a misfit child in his school, and the film What's Wrong With Virginia Dustin Lance Black with Ed Harris, who pointed out Liam Neeson in the role of Sheriff Dick Tipton opposite Jennifer Connelly, Emma Roberts and Amy Madigan.

; Ed Harris and Sam Worthington in a scene from the film Man on a Ledge

will begin shooting in April in the dark thriller with a religious background Salvation Boulevard by George Ratliff with a cast including Ed Harris also well cha Jennifer Connelly, Marisa Tomei, Pierce Brosnan, Greg Kinnear and Isabelle Fuhrman. Independent film inspired by the eponymous best-selling book by Larry Beinhart.
E 'in the construction project this year's thriller The Gift Horse Mark David with the participation alongside Ed Harris Hillary Duff, John Goodman and David Zayas.
will be in production for the 2012 movie Man on a Ledge who is a former police officer became a con man who threatens to kill himself by jumping from the roof of a Manhattan hotel. The NYPD sends a police psychologist (Elizabeth Banks) to speak with him. However, unbeknownst to the police arrived and attempted suicide is a cover for theft - never carried out - the biggest diamond in the world.
The screenplay for Man on a Ledge Ericj and was written by Jon Hoeber (Red). This is the first work of documentarian Asger Leth. In addition to cast Ed Harris also has Sam Worthington, Jamie Bell, and Anthony Mackie. Filming will take place in New York.

, Ed Harris in a scene from the film The Firm

a human actor, which goes against the conventional wisdom that more nominations you have, the higher the number of tunes that provides an interpreter. It is very discreet about his private life, manages to be convincing in the part of both good and bad in part. It could also do the Devil might be perfect because it is professionally impeccable.
Ed Harris has always shown great versatility, which allowed him to play many different roles, both in terms of the individual character of the film, sometimes blockbuster, sometimes independently. The experiences in the theater have also given the sensitivity that has made a careful and particular director, who is noted especially for his latest project, where they can rejuvenate a genre almost entirely put aside as the western.

; Ed Harris in a frame of the movie The Truman Show

actor. With his face from "ordinary man" from time to time ready to take on the salient features of good or bad, or antagonism to the fundamental support of the hero character, the heritage of the great characteristics of school Hollywood. The GA discovers Romero who directed him in the horror-comic Creepshow (1982). Here are several other roles more effective, by Jacknife (1988) of D. Jones, starring Robert De Niro is a Vietnam veteran, the astronaut of Apollo 13 (1995) R. Howard, director of the cynical The Truman Show (1998) of P. Weir. In 2001, plays the role of the Nazi sniper in Enemy at the Gates of J.-J. Annaud in 2001 as the secret agent in A Beautiful Mind R. Howard in 2003 and is the former husband of N. Kidman, fresh from Vietnam, The human stain R. Benton from the novel by P. Roth.

; Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen in a scene from Appaloosa

is an actor who has won numerous awards and has been very successful for his work behind the camera. Nominated for an Academy Award four times, most recently in 2002 for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Stephen Daldry's drama The Hours , which earned him nominations for Golden Globe, BAFTA and Screen Actors Guild (SAG ) Award in the same category. In 2001, he received a nomination for best actor for his portrayal of the artist Jackson Pollock in Pollock , which also marked his directorial debut. The co-star the film, Marcia Gay Harden won an Oscar as best supporting actress. Harris had already received Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor for Apollo 13 Ron Howard, who has also brought a nomination for Golden Globe and a SAG Award, and The Truman Shows by Peter Weir, who he won a Golden Globe and National Board of Review Award, in addition to a BAFTA nomination. In 2007, Harris starred with Nicolas Cage thriller successful National Treasure 2 and was cast in Gone Baby Gone, the directorial debut of writer / actor Ben Affleck, based on the novel by Dennis Lehane . Among the Best Harris's recent work Copyng Beethoven Agnieszka Holland and drama David Cronenberg's A History of Violence , that he won the National Society of Film Critics Award as best supporting actor.

; ; The poster for the film Gone Baby Gone

In 2005, Harris starred with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward's famous HBO miniseries Empire Falls , directed by Fred Schepisi, who brought him Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Award for Best Actor for his work on the project, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Richard Russo. Among his other film credits include Winter Passing ; Radio , the Academy Award for best film A Beautiful Mind by Ron Howard; Buffalo Soldiers ; Stepmom; A member of Sydney Pollack; State of Grace by Phil Joanou; The Third Miracle and to kill a priest by Agnieszka Holland; Alamo Bay Louis Malle; Sweet Dreams by Karel Reisz; The Human Stain and the Heart Robert Benton, and Stuff Philip Kaufman. Harris has appeared on television projects such as The Last Innocent Man, Running Mates, Paris Trout and Riders of the Purple Sage , which led to him and his wife, Amy Madigan, as executive producers and actors, the Western Heritage Wrangler Award for Outstanding Television Feature Film. Well-trained stage actor, Harris made his debut on stage in New York with Fool for Love by Sam Shepard, who in 1984 won him an Obie Award. In 1986, for his performance in George Furth's Precious Sons , Harris won a Drama Desk Award. We still remember Taking Sides by Ronald Harwood on Broadway, Prairie Avenue, Scar, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Grapes of Wrath, Sweet Bird of Youth and Simpatico, which he won the Lucille Lortel Award. In 2006, Harris was back on the scene in New York to play Wrecks by Neil LaBute at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, then resumed work by Harris Everyman Palace Theatre in Ireland.

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