Since his breakthrough performance as
Witt in Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line," JIM CAVIEZEL (Tom
has rapidly become one of the busiest actors in Hollywood. Most recently,
Caviezel starred in the action-adventure film "The Count of Monte Cristo,"
directed by Kevin Reynolds; in director Luis Mandoki's psychological drama
"Angel Eyes," opposite Jennifer Lopez; in "Pay It Forward,"
also starring Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt and Haley Joel Osment; and in
"Frequency," portraying a New York cop who discovers he can
communicate with his late firefighter father.
Caviezel stars in an upcoming
independent film "Madison," the true story about the economically
depressed community of Madison, Indiana, and its desire to win a Gold Cup
hydroplane boat race to be held in the small town. The film premiered at the
2001 Sundance Film Festival.
Previously, Caviezel starred in
"Ride With the Devil," the Civil War epic directed by Ang Lee.
Caviezel grew up in rural Mount Vernon,
Washington, and attended his first audition while still in his teens, for a
small part as an Italian ticket agent in Gus Van Sant's "My Private
Idaho." He landed the role by impersonating a recent Italian immigrant.
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