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Eric Bana Was Featured In A Supporting Role As Con Petropoulous A Kickboxing

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An accomplished dramatic actor and comedian, he received Australia’s highest film and television awards for his performances in Chopper, Full Frontal and Romulus, My Father. As a teen, he watched the Mel Gibson film Mad Max (1979), and decided he wanted to become an actor. His performance gained the attention of producers from the sketch comedy series, Full Frontal, who invited him to join the show as a writer and performer. This success led him to record the comedy album Out of Bounds in 1994 and to host his own television special, titled Eric, in 1996. He was featured in a supporting role as Con Petropoulous, a kickboxing accountant who is the householder’s son-in-law. During filming he arrived on set at four in the morning and spent five hours being covered in Read’s trademark tattoos. Bana’s next project was the low-budget Australian film The Nugget (2002).
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Eric Bana’s Father Was A Logistics Manager For Caterpillar Inc And His Germanborn

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An accomplished dramatic actor and comedian, he received Australia’s highest film and television awards for his performances in Chopper, Full Frontal and Romulus, My Father. His father was a logistics manager for Caterpillar, Inc., and his German-born mother, Eleanor, was a hairdresser. Bana grew up in Melbourne’s Tullamarine, a suburban area on the western edge of the city, near the main airport.
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Eric Bana The Castle Was A Surprise Critical And Financial Success Earning A10326428 At

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Eric Bana ( /’bæn?/ BAN-?; born 9 August 1968) is an Australian film and television actor. in 1993, Bana made his television debut on Steve Vizard’s late night talk show, Tonight Live. During his four years on the show, Bana wrote much of his own material, and based some of his characters on members of his family. He was featured in a supporting role as Con Petropoulous, a kickboxing accountant who is the householder’s son-in-law. The Castle was a surprise critical and financial success, earning A$10,326,428 at the box office in Australia. in 1997, in spite of his lack of experience in dramatic roles, Bana was approached by director Andrew Dominik to appear in the film Chopper (2000), a biopic based on the life of infamous Australian criminal Chopper Read. Bana’s performance won the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor.
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Eric Bana’s Father Was A Logistics Manager For Caterpillar Inc And His Germanborn

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After a decade of roles in Australian TV shows and films, Bana gained Hollywood’s attention by playing the role of American Delta Force Sergeant Norm “Hoot” Hooten in Black Hawk Down (2001), the lead role as Bruce Banner in the Ang Lee directed film Hulk (2003), Hector in the movie Troy (2004), the lead in Steven Spielberg’s Munich (2005), and the villain Nero in the science-fiction film Star Trek (2009). His father was a logistics manager for Caterpillar, Inc., and his German-born mother, Eleanor, was a hairdresser. His impressions of Columbo, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Tom Cruise made Bana popular with the show’s audience. This success led him to record the comedy album Out of Bounds in 1994 and to host his own television special, titled Eric, in 1996. Chopper was a critical and financial success in Australia, and was nominated for Best Film at the Australian Film Institute Awards in 2001. While filming The Nugget, Bana was offered the lead role of Bruce Banner in the film adaptation of the popular comic book series The Incredible Hulk. Only after learning of director Ang Lee’s involvement in the project did he consider the role.

Considering His Latest Excellent Roles Eric Bana Could Be Getting An AFI Later

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Eric Bana is a lead that continues to prove his lasting place in the motion picture industry. His dramatic feature presentations always gross a lot of money. When he shows his great legs in his picture show s, all the women in the audience melt. Considering his latest excellent roles, he could be getting an AFI later this year.. Remember, Ericbana.tv will keep keep you up to date on the breaking Eric Bana chatter everyone is talking about.

Eric Bana Dominik Had Been Working On The Project For Five Years But Was

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After a decade of roles in Australian TV shows and films, Bana gained Hollywood’s attention by playing the role of American Delta Force Sergeant Norm “Hoot” Hooten in Black Hawk Down (2001), the lead role as Bruce Banner in the Ang Lee directed film Hulk (2003), Hector in the movie Troy (2004), the lead in Steven Spielberg’s Munich (2005), and the villain Nero in the science-fiction film Star Trek (2009). However, he did not seriously consider a career in the performing arts until 1991 when he was persuaded to try stand-up comedy while working as a barman at Melbourne’s Castle Hotel. His impressions of Columbo, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Tom Cruise made Bana popular with the show’s audience. That same year, Bana made his film debut in the Australian film The Castle, which tells the story of a Melbourne-based family’s struggles to keep their home by Melbourne’s airport as the airport authority force them to move. Dominik had been working on the project for five years, but was unable to find an actor to portray Read.