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JOHN CUSACK (Nelson Rockefeller) can currently be seen in the dark comedy "Being John Malkovich," directed by Spike Jonze. He will next be seen in the feature version of Nick Hornby's novel, "High Fidelity," for Touchstone Pictures. In addition to starring in the film, Cusack wrote the script with his New Crime partners Steve Pink and
Cusack earned rave reviews for his performance in Stephen Frear's "The Grifters," and critical accolades for his roles in
" Eight Men Out," "Say Anything," "The Sure Thing" and "Grosse Pointe Blank," a film in which he starred and also produced and co-wrote under the aegis of his New Crime Productions. He also made memorable cameo appearances in Robert Altman's Hollywood satire "The
Player," Tim Robbins' political comedy "Bob Roberts" and Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line."
Cusack's additional film credits include "Con Air," Harold Becker's "City Hall," Woody Allen's "Bullets Over Broadway" and "Shadows and Fog," Clint Eastwood's "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," "True Colors," "Fat Man and Little Boy" and "Sixteen Candles." Additionally, Cusack provided the voice of Dimitri in Fox's animated feature "Anastasia."
In addition to his film work. Cusack founded New Criminals theater company, the foremost avant-garde theater company next to The Steppenwolf Company that is based in Chicago, where he has directed four plays.
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