MATT DILLON most recently starred in Kevin Spacey's ALBINO
ALLIGATOR and Allison Anders' GRACE OF MY HEART. In September,
he co-starred with Kevin Kline in Frank Oz's IN AND OUT.
Dillon made his feature film debut in Jonathan Kaplan's controversial
OVER THE EDGE. For director Francis Ford Coppola, he starred in
adaptations of S.E. Hinton's THE OUTSIDERS and RUMBLE FISH. Dillon
also starred in director Tim Hunter's THE SAINT OF FORT WASHINGTON
In 1989, Dillon received the Independent Spirit Award as Best
Actor for his performance as a junkie in Gus Van Sant's acclaimed
DRUGSTORE COWBOY. Dillon's filmography also includes Van Sant's
TO DIE FOR, BEAUTIFUL GIRLS, A KISS BEFORE DYING, SINGLES, THE
BIG TOWN, THE FLAMINGO KID, MY BODYGUARD, MR. WONDERFUL, LITTLE
DARLINGS, NATIVE SON and TARGET. He lent his voice to Bill Couturie's
DEAR AMERICA: LETTERS HOME FROM VIETNAM and also starred in an
adaptation of Irwin Shaw's short story Return to Kansas City for
the HBO anthology series "Women and Men: In Love There Are
Dillon made his Broadway debut in "The Boys of Winter."
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