Two-time Academy Award nominee JEREMY RENNER (Orlando) starred in the 2010 Best
Picture winner "The Hurt Locker," directed by Kathryn Bigelow. In his role as
Sgt. James, Renner was awarded the Breakthrough Actor Award at the Hollywood
Film Festival, the Spotlight Award at the Savannah Film Festival and received
Best Actor nominations from the 2008 BAFTA Awards and Independent Spirit Awards.
He also garnered nominations for Breakthrough Actor and Best Ensemble
Performance at the Gotham Awards, nominations for Leading Actor and Best
Ensemble from the SAG Awards, and of course, a nomination as Best Actor by the
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
In 2013 Renner starred in "Hansel and Gretel: Witchhunters" opposite Gemma
Arterton for Paramount Pictures. He also starred in Golden Globe winner AMERICAN
HUSTLE, directed by David O. Russell, with Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper and
2012 was a big year for Renner at the box office. He starred as Aaron Cross in
the third installment of the 'Bourne' franchise, "The Bourne Legacy", opposite
Weisz and Edward Norton, directed by Tony Gilroy. He also starred as Hawkeye in
Joss Whedon's "The Avengers", the third highest grossing film ever.
Renner was nominated for an Academy Award as Best Supporting Actor in 2011 for
"The Town," directed by Ben Affleck, and received Supporting Actor nominations
from both the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Golden Globes. That same year
Renner co-starred in the global hit "Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol",
opposite Tom Cruise, directed by Brad Bird.
In 2007, Renner's credits included "The Assassination of Jesse James by the
Coward Robert Ford", "28 Weeks Later" and "Take".
In 2006 Renner won the Best Actor Award at the 11th Annual Palm Beach
International Film Festival for his role in the independent feature "Neo Ned".
Other notable credits include "12 and Holding", which earned him an Independent
Spirit Award Nomination, "North Country", "A Little Trip to Heaven", "The Heart
is Deceitful Above All Things", "Lords of Dogtown", "Love Comes to the
Executioner" and "S.W.A.T."
The role that initially put Renner on the map and earned the actor an
Independent Spirit Award nomination was his portrayal of Jeffrey Dahmer in the
indie hit "Dahmer." With a background in theater, Renner starred in and also
co-directed "Search and Destroy," which was produced by Barry Levinson and
received stellar reviews.
Renner is also a co-partner in The Combine, a production company that will be
creating, developing and producing high-quality, character-driven content for