CHRISTOPHER WALKEN won an Academy Award and the New York
Film Critic's Circle Award for his performance in "The Deer Hunter." Walken also
received an Academy Award nomination and won BAFTA and SAG awards for "Catch
Me if You Can." Additionally, in 2010, he was nominated for a Tony Award and
Drama Desk Award for his performance in A Behanding in Spokane that was done in
2010 and was written by Martin McDonagh the director of "Seven Psychopaths."
Film credits include "Annie Hall," "Pennies From Heaven," "The Dead Zone,"
"At Close Range," "Biloxi Blues," "King of New York," "Man On Fire," "Man of the
Year," "Wedding Crashers," "Hairspray," "True Romance," "Pulp Fiction," "Batman
Theatre credits include The Lion In Winter (Clarence Derwent Award), The
Seagull (Obie), The Rose Tattoo (Theatre World Award), James Joyce's The Dead,
The Seagull (NY Shakespeare Festival).
Walken also performed in a Spike Jonze-directed music video for "Weapon of
Walken's most recently completed films, "A Late Quartet" in which he stars
opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman and Catherine Keener. Walken will next appear in
"Stand-Up Guys" starring alongside Al Pacino and Alan Arkin in December.
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