CHRIS O'DONNELL made
his motion picture debut with a critically-acclaimed performance
as Jessica Lange's rebellious son in the Paul Brickman feature
Men Don't Leave, followed by his unforgettable cameo in
Jon Avnet's Academy Award nominated Fried Green Tomatoes.
In 1993, O'Donnell was nominated for a Golden Globe and won the
Chicago Film Critics Award for his starring role opposite Al Pacino
in the multiple Academy Award winner, Scent of a Woman,
directed by Martin Brest. He then played the swashbuckling "D'Artagnan"
in The Three Musketeers (for which he was named the NATO/ShoWest
Male Star of Tomorrow in 1994). The young actor perfected an Irish
dialect for his starring role in the romantic comedy sleeper Circle
of Friends, and won over audiences worldwide with his stand-out
performance as "Robin" in the highest grossing film
of 1995, Batman Forever.
O'Donnell went on to star in the dark legal thriller The Chamber,
and in Sir Richard Attenborough's period romance, In Love and
War, before reprising his role as the dare-devil acrobat and
apprentice super-hero in the 1997 hit, Batman and Robin.
He now runs a production company housed at Warner Bros., with
a number of projects in development. His next project is a romantic
comedy, The Bachelor, which O'Donnell will also produce.
His other feature film credits include Blue Sky, School Ties
and Mad Love.
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