MICHAEL FASSBENDER is an award-winning actor and producer.
In 2007 Fassbender made his breakthrough performance as Spartan Stelios in Frank
Miller's 300. He followed this with critically acclaimed performances in Fish
Tank, Inglourious Basterds and Hunger, the latter of which earned him a British
Independent Film Award.
Fassbender has seen critical and commercial success as Magneto in X-Men: First
Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past; as David in Ridley Scott's Prometheus; and
Carl Jung in A Dangerous Method.
In 2013, Fassbender was nominated for an Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA
for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Edwin Epps in 12 Years A Slave. This
marked the third collaboration with director Steve McQueen, the first in 2008's
Hunger and the second in 2011's Shame, a role that earned him Golden Globe and
BAFTA nominations for Best Leading Actor.
Other film credits include Jane Eyre, Haywire, The Counselor and Frank.
Fassbender can next be seen in Slow West, directed by John Maclean which he
executive produced. He previously executive produced John Maclean's
BAFTA-Winning short film Pitch Black Heist, in which he also starred. He is
developing a number of projects as a producer for DMC.