JOSH HARTNETT (Danny Walker) has recently become one of Hollywood's hottest young leading men. He last starred in Miramax's black comedy "Blow Dry" with Alan Rickman and Rachel Griffiths. Other credits include "Here on Earth" opposite Leelee Sobieski and Chris Klein, and "The Virgin Suicides" co-starring James Woods, Kathleen Turner and Kirsten Dunst and directed by Sofia Coppola.
Hartnett will soon be seen in "0," a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's classic tragedy "Othello," and in "Town and Country," starring Warren Beatty and Diane Keaton. He will star next in the romantic comedy "40 Days and 40 Nights," directed by Michael Lehmann.
Hartnett made his feature film debut in 1998 co starring with Jamie Lee Curtis in "Halloween: H20," for which he was honored with an MW Movie Award nomination for Best Breakthrough Performance. The film was another success story for the ''Halloween'' franchise, grossing more than $60 million in domestic receipts. He followed this picture with the sci-fi thriller "The Faculty," written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Born in San Francisco and raised in Minnesota, Hartnett participated in theatre and the arts throughout his childhood. After graduating from high school, he attended the acting program at S.U.N.Y in Purchase, New York and then moved to Los Angeles where he immediately landed work in commercials and on television.
His next project is "Black Hawk Down," based on Mark Bowden's best seller for Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Joe Roth's Revolution Studios.
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