STEVE BUSCEMI (Seymour) has built his career portraying a variety of
remarkable characters, consistently bringing an unforgettable uniqueness to the
screen. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Buscemi began to show an interest in drama
during his last year of high school.
Since then he has become the actor of choice for many of the best directors
in the business. His resume includes: Jim Jarmusch's Mystery Train, for which he
received an IFP Spirit Award nomination; Alexandre Rockwell's 1992 Sundance Film
Festival Jury Award-winner In the Soup; Martin Scorsese's New York
Coen Brothers' Millers Crossing, Barton Fink, the Academy AwardÂ®-winning
and The Big Lebowski; Tom DiCillo's Sundance Film Festival award-winning
in Oblivion with Dermot Mulroney and James LeGros; 28 Days; Twenty
Carpenter's Escape From L.A. with Kurt Russell; The Imposters opposite Oliver
Platt, Stanley Tucci, Lili Taylor, Billy Connolly, and Alfred Molina; Desperado;
Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead; Alexandre Rockwell's Somebody to Love
with Harvey Keitel, in which he played a transvestite taxi dancer; an IFP Spirit
Award-winning performance as Mr. Pink in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs; and
Robert Altman's Kansas City, as well as numerous cameo appearances in films such
as Rising Sun, The Hudsucker Proxy and Pulp Fiction.
Buscemi's upcoming films include Monsters, Inc., Domestic Disturbance, Final
Fantasy, Double Whammy, 13 Moons, Deeds, and Nine Scenes About Love. He'll also
be seen in the HBO telefilm The Laramie Project.
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