CHRISTIAN BALE (Walter Wade)
has virtually grown up onscreen since his first major film appearance in Steven
Spielberg's "Empire of the Sun" in 1987 when he was 13.
Born in Wales, Bale grew up in England, Portugal and the U.S. His films include
"Henry V," "Treasure Island," "Newsies,"
"Little Women," "The Secret Agent," "The Portrait of a
Lady," "Velvet Goldmine," "Metroland," "All the
Little Animals" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
He lent his voice to the cast of the Disney animated feature
"Pocahontas" and stars as a serial killer in "American
Psycho," based on the best-selling novel. For television, he starred in
"A Murder of Quality," "Heart of the Country,"
"Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna" and "Mary, Mother of
Jesus," which was produced by Eunice Kennedy Shriver for NBC.
In 1999, Bale was cited by Premiere magazine as one of the "Hottest Leading
Men Under 30" and was recently chosen by Entertainment Weekly as one of the
"100 Most Creative People in Entertainment." He has one of the largest
Internet fan bases of any actor, and his fan club website attracts over 100,000
visitors a week. America Online consistently ranks him among the "Top Ten
Most Talked About Actors."
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