BEN AFFLECK is Rudy, a newly released convict who just wants to go home -- but ends up on a dangerous detour. Both an accomplished actor and screenwriter, Affleck is one of Hollywood's youngest ever to win the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. He received the Academy Award for "Good Will Hunting," which he co-wrote with friend and fellow actor Matt Damon.
Affleck most recently reunited with director Kevin Smith on the fantastical adventure comedy "Dogma," having received critical acclaim for his roles in Smith's earlier "Chasing Amy" and "Mallrats."
Affleck's other recent roles range from the Oscar-winning "Shakespeare In Love;" to the romantic comedy "Forces of Nature" with Sandra Bullock; to the blockbuster action film "Armageddon" opposite Bruce Willis and Liv Tyler; to the edgy ensemble piece "200 Cigarettes." He received critical notice in Mark Pellington's adaptation of Dan Wakefield's best-selling coming-of-age novel "Going All The Way" and has appeared in Richard Linklater's cult hit "Dazed and Confused," the controversial "School Ties" and "Glory Days." He will next be seen as an aggressive recruiter in the stockjock expose "Boiler Room," and his forthcoming projects include Billy Bob Thornton's "Daddy and Them"; "Bounce" with Gwyneth Paltrow; and "The Third Wheel," which Affleck and Damon are also executive producing.
On television, Affleck starred in the NBC series "Against The Grain," as well as several television movies including HBO's "A Body To Die For," PBS' "Voyage of the Mimi" and two network films: "Almost Home" and "Daddy."
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