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JESSE EISENBERG (Blu), trained in theater and film, made his feature film debut in the 2002 independent film "Rodger Dodger,” for which he was nominated for a Gotham Award.

For his performance in "The Squid and the Whale” opposite Laura Linney and Jeff Daniels, Eisenberg received nominations for an Independent Spirit Award and a Boston Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor.

In 2009, he starred with Kristen Stewart in "Adventureland” for director Greg Mottola, and with Woody Harrelson in "Zombieland,” for director Ruben Fleischer. For both films, Eisenberg was nominated for a BAFTA Award. In 2010, he starred in the independent film "Holy Rollers,” the true story of a young man from a Hasidic Jewish community who is lured into becoming an ecstasy dealer.

Eisenberg stars as Mark Zuckerberg in the Sony film "The Social Network” for director David Fincher. Eisenberg was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor for his work in the picture, which received an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, as well as numerous other honors. Eisenberg was recognized with Best Actor Awards from the National Board of Review, Boston Society of Film Critics, Oklahoma Film Critics Circle, Toronto Film Critics Association and the Village Voice/LA Weekly Critics Poll.

Additionally for "The Social Network,” Eisenberg received a nomination for Best Actor from the Hollywood Foreign Press, as well as nominations in the category of Best Actor from the London Film Critics Circle Awards, Screen Actors Guild, Broadcast Film Critics Association, Chicago Film Critics Association, Detroit Film Critics, Houston Film Critics Society, Online Film Critics Society, Phoenix Film Critics Society and Utah Film Critics Association.

Eisenberg reteamed with director Ruben Fleischer to shoot the film "30 Minutes or Less,” opposite Danny McBride.

On stage, Eisenberg recently appeared in "Scarcity” at the Atlantic Theater Company and starred opposite Al Pacino as Philip in Lyle Kessler's play, "Orphans.” Eisenberg has written several plays, to be performed off-Broadway in 2011, and the music and lyrics to a musical, "Me Time!” He has also written for Dave Eggers' humor website, McSweeneys, and his most recent piece was picked up by The New York Times and Harpers.


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