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BRAD PITT (Jerry Welbach), one of the film industry's most prominent actors, has starred in a wide range of memorable film roles. He earned an Academy Award® nomination and won a Golden Globe Award for his performance in Terry Gilliam's offbeat drama "Twelve Monkeys." Pitt had earlier received a Golden Globe nomination for his work in "Legends of the Fall," opposite Anthony Hopkins. He more recently co starred in Guy Ritchie's "Snatch," and garnered widespread acclaim for his role in the controversial drama "Fight Club," directed by David Fincher. Pitt and Fincher had previously enjoyed a successful collaboration on the hit thriller "Se7en," also starring Morgan Freeman.

Pitt's breakthrough role was the beguilingly seductive hitchhiker in Ridley Scott's seminal hit "Thelma & Louise." He went on to earn praise for his work as the charismatic but doomed Paul Maclean in Robert Redford's "A River Runs Through It," the psychopathic serial killer in Dominic Sena's "Kalifornia," the reluctant vampire Louis in Neil Jordan's "Interview With the Vampire," with Tom Cruise, and the real-life Heinrich Harrer in Jean-Jacques Annaud's "Seven Years in Tibet."

His list of film credits also includes Martin Brest's "Meet Joe Black," Alan J. Pakula's "The Devil's Own," Barry Levinson's "Sleepers," Tony Scott's "True Romance," Ralph Bakshi's "Cool World," and "Johnny Suede," which won the Best Picture award at the 1991 Locarno International Film Festival.

Later this year, Pitt stars with Robert Redford in Tony Scott's action thriller "Spy Game." He is currently filming the remake of the classic Rat Pack comedy "Ocean's Eleven," being directed by Steven Soderbergh, in which he is reunited with Julia Roberts as part of an ensemble cast that also includes George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and Don Cheadle.

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