BOYS DON'T CRY
An actor with a talent for taking a candid look into the souls of his characters,
is quickly becoming one of the acting community's most sought after young talents.
Sarsgaard first gained notice for his role in "The Man in the Iron Mask,"
opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and John Malkovich. Other films include Larry
Clark's "Another Day in Paradise" with Melanie Griffith and James Woods and
Tim Robbins' "Dead Man Walking" with Sean Penn and Susan Sarandon.
Sarsgaard most recently starred in Showtime's acclaimed feature, "Freak City,"
with Natalie Cole, Jonathan Silverman and Marlee Matlin. Produced by
Michael Stipe and Sandy Stern's Single Cell Pictures, the film was directed by
A member of Douglas Carter Beane's New York-based theater company, The Drama Department, Sarsgaard appeared in their off-Broadway production, "Kingdom of Earth," directed by John Cameron Mitchell. He is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and studied at the Actors' Studio, after which he was cast in Horton Foote's "Laura Dennis" for the Actors' Studio Program for the Signature Theatre Company off-Broadway.
Sarsgaard can currently be seen as part of the ensemble cast in Morgan J.
Freeman's "Desert Blue," with Christina Ricci, Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson,
John Heard and Sarah Gilbert. He will be seen in writer/director Man
Kornhauser's independent film "Kitchen Privileges."
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