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JASON SCHWARTZMAN made his motion picture acting debut in 1999 opposite Bill Murray in Wes Anderson's acclaimed comedy RUSHMORE. His performance as Max Fischer, an eccentric high school sophomore, garnered a nomination for "Most Promising Actor” from the Chicago Film Critics Association.

In addition to I _ HUCKABEES, Schwartzman recently completed production on SHOPGIRL, the film adaptation of Steve Martin's best-selling novel, in which he stars alongside Martin and Claire Danes.

Schwartzman starred opposite Brittany Murphy, Patrick Fugit, John Leguizamo and Mena Suvari in 2002's SPUN. Previously he starred in Roman Coppola's directorial debut, CQ, as Felix De Marco, a flamboyant and egocentric young director. His film credits also include SIMONE, starring Al Pacino and Catherine Keener; and the Screen Gems ensemble comedy SLACKERS. Schwartzman made his television debut in 2003 in the critically acclaimed FOX comedy "Cracking Up” written by Mike White and co-starring Molly Shannon.

Until 2003 he was lead drummer for the Los Angeles-based band Phantom Planet. Their second studio album, "The Guest,” was written in part by Schwartzman and was released by Epic in February 2002. Following the album's release, the band went on a 14-month tour with Incubus.


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