For his performance opposite Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt in James L. Brooks' 'As Good As It Gets,"
GREG KINNEAR received the National Board of Review's Best Supporting Actor Award; and
was nominated for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award and a SAG Award.
He made his feature film debut in Sydney Pollack's "Sabrina" (1995). opposite Harrison Ford and
Julia Ormond. The performance earned him the NATO (National Association of Theater Owners)
ShoWest Award for Star of Tomorrow.
Kinnear's subsequent films include Nora Ephron's "You've Got Mail," Kinka Usher's "Mystery Men," Mike Nichols' "What Planet Are You From?," and Amy Heckerling's "Loser."
He has recently completed work on Sam Raimi's "The Gift," starring as part of an ensemble cast that includes Cate Blanchett, Katie Holmes, Keanu Reeves, Giovanni Ribisi, and Hilary Swank; and next begins work on Tony
Goldwyn's "Animal Husbandry," starring opposite Ashley Judd.
Kinnear first came to prominence as host and executive producer of E! Entertainment Television's "Talk Soup." He received an Emmy Award for his work on the series. In 1994, he became the host and executive producer of his own NBC late-night talk show, "Later with Greg
Kinnear eamed a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Arizona, and upon graduation decided to move to Los Angeles.
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