JOAQUIN PHOENIX (Corn modus)
has earned praise for his work in a number of diverse films. He most recently starred with Nicolas Cage in Joel Schumacher's disturbing thriller "8MM." He also starred with Vince Vaughn and Anne Heche in the drama "Return to Paradise," and in "Clay Pigeons," also with Vaughn. Phoenix gained critical and audience acclaim for his portrayal of a teenager driven to murder in Gus Van Sant's dark comedy "To Die For," starring Nicole Kidman. In addition, he starred in Oliver Stone's thriller "U Thin," with Sean Penn, Nick Nolte and Jennifer Lopez, and "Inventing the
Abbotts," opposite Liv Tyler.
Virtually growing up on the screen, Phoenix began his career as a child actor in telefilms, television guest roles, and commercials. He made his feature film debut at the age of 10 in" Space Camp," and then starred in "Russkies." He followed with the role of Dianne Wiest's angst-ridden teenage son in Ron Howard's hit comedy "Parenthood."
Following "Gladiator," Phoenix will be seen in "The
Yards," in which he joins an all-star ensemble cast, including
Faye Dunaway, Charlize Theron and Mark Wahlberg; and
the period drama "Quills," with Kate Winslet and Geoffrey
Rush, for director Philip Kaufman.
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