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MARK RUFFALO (Matt Flamhaff) won the
Best Actor Award at the 2000 Montreal Film Festival and the New Generation Award
from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association for his standout performance in You
Can Count on Me opposite Laura Linney. The film won both the coveted Grand
Jury Prize for best dramatic film and the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the
Sundance Film Festival and garnered Ruffalo an Independent Spirit Award
One of the most respected actors of his generation, Ruffalo was most recently
seen in the thriller In the Cut opposite Meg Ryan and My Life
Without Me starring Sarah Polley.
Ruffalo can next be seen in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
directed by Michael Gondry, written by Charlie Kaufman, and starring Jim Carrey,
Kate Winslet and Kirsten Dunst. This summer he stars with Naomi Watts in the
moving drama We Don't Live Here Anymore — a favorite at this
year's Sundance Film Festival — and Collateral opposite Tom Cruise.
Among Ruffalo's other feature film credits are the comedy A View from the
Top with Gwyneth Paltrow, Windtalkers opposite Nicolas Cage, The
Last Castle starring Robert Redford, the independent feature XX/XY,
Committed with Heather Graham, Ride with the Devil and 54. His
independent films include A Fish in the Bathtub, Life/Drawing
and Safe Men. Additionally, he wrote and co-starred in The Destiny
of Marty Fine, which was the first runner up at the 1995 Slamdance Film
Festival. On television, Ruffalo starred in The Beat, created by Barry
Levinson and Tom Fontana.
Ruffalo first gained attention starring in the critically acclaimed off-Broadway
production of This is Our Youth written by Kenneth Lonergan, for which
he garnered a Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actor. He has won numerous awards
for his theatrical performances, including a Dramalogue Award and a Theater
World Award. He recently made a return to the stage in the off-Broadway
production The Moment When, a new play by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award
winner James Lapine. In addition to acting, Ruffalo has directed several plays,
including Margaret at the Hudson Backstage Theater in Los Angeles.
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