OSCAR ISAAC (Llewyn Davis) most recently appeared in The Bourne Legacy, the fourth installment of the Bourne franchise, directed by Tony Gilroy. Isaac was also seen in W.E., directed by Madonna, Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive (opposite Carey Mulligan, his Inside Llewyn Davis co-star), and Daniel Barnz's Won't Back Down.
Upcoming films include Cristiada, the independent ensemble feature Ten Year, and Revenge for Jolly!, an independent comedy. Previously, Oscar was seen in Sucker Punch and Ridley Scott's Robin Hood.
Other films include Agora, directed by Alejandro Amenabar; Balibo; Ridley Scott's Body of Lies; Steven Soderbergh's Che; Vadim Perelman's The Life Before Her Eyes; and HBO's PU-239. He also appeared on TV in The Nativity Story, and has guest-starred on NBC-TV's "Law and Order: Criminal Intent."
Off-Broadway, Isaac appeared in Zoe Kazan's play We Live Here at Manhattan Theatre Club, as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, and in Two Gentlemen of Verona, the latter productions for the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park. Oscar also appeared in Beauty of the Father at Manhattan Theatre Club and in MCC Theater's Grace.
Other theatre credits include: Arrivals and Departures, When It's Cocktail Time in Cuba and Spinning into Butter. While a student at Juilliard, Isaac played the title role in Macbeth; he also co-wrote and performed in the show American Occupation, and was seen in The Marriage of Figaro, The Birds, Three Sisters and many other productions.
Isaac was raised in Miami and currently resides in New York. He recently starred in Therese, a screen adaptation of Zola's Therese Raquin, and is currently filming the thriller The Two Faces of January.