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BIOGRAPHY Ben Affleck Biography This dark-haired, buffed actor first appeared in front of the cameras as a young tyke visiting Mayan ruins in the 1980 PBS production "The Voyage of the Mimi". The pre-teen Ben Affleck first won notice as Madeline Kahn's son who is trying to find a suitable husband for his mother in "Wanted: The Perfect Guy", a 1986 "ABC Afterschool Special". He appeared in the 1987 miniseries "Hands of a Stranger" (NBC), was Patrick Duffy's son in "Danielle Steel's 'Daddy'" (NBC, 1991), and, in his first series, was a strapping football-player in "Against the Grain" (NBC, 1993). Affleck also starred in the 1994 HBO "Lifestories: Families in Crisis" installment, "Body to Die For: The Aaron Henry Story" about a teen whose life is imperiled when he becomes addicted to steroids. On the big screen, Affleck began his career generally playing the heavy in features ranging from "School Ties" (1992), in which he was one of the football-playing anti-Semitic gang, to Richard Linklater's "Dazed and Confused" (1993), where he was a high school senior terrorizing freshman students on the last day of school. He went on to begin an association with filmmaker Kevin Smith appearing in the ensemble of "Mallrats" (1995) and enjoyed a breakthrough as a comic book artist who falls in love with a lesbian in Smith's subsequent "Chasing Amy" (1997). That same year, he displayed a more sensitive side as a Korean War veteran with artistic aspirations in "Going All the Way". What really brought the actor to public consciousness, however, was a script he and childhood buddy actor Matt Damon had written about a troubled math genius which Miramax purchased in 1996. After the script was restructured and polished through rewrites, "Good Will Hunting" (1997) was filmed with Gus Van Sant at the helm, Damon in the lead and Affleck in the major supporting role of Damon's best friend. The feature opened to generally positive reviews and strong box-office and the attendant hype thrust the novice screenwriters into the limelight and raised their stock in Hollywood. The pair snagged several awards for their script culminating in a Best Original Screenplay Oscar. ("Good Will Hunting" itself received 10 nominations, including Best Picture.) With literally his pick of scripts, Affleck undertook an image change by co-starring as a hotshot oil driller who is part of a crew selected to save the world from the threat of an asteroid in "Armageddon" (1998), directed by Michael Bay. Switching gears, he donned period garb to play a wastrel actor in Elizabethan England in "Shakespeare in Love" (also 1998). Continuing his string of work, Affleck landed the role of a bartender amid the ensemble of hot players (e.g., Christina Ricci, Courtney Love, Paul Rudd, Jay Mohr) in "200 Cigarettes", reteamed with Damon as renegade angels in Kevin Smith's "Dogma" and was paired with Sandra Bullock in the romantic comedy "Forces of Nature" (all 1999). Kicking off the new millennium, the actor continued to impress even when in material of questionable quality (i.e., "Reindeer Games" 2000). Affleck anchored the -testosterone-fueled "Boiler Room" (2000) as a slick Wall Streeter coaching new recruits and offered perhaps his most complex screen characterization to date as the hard-drinking ad executive whose life undergoes a complete change after a brush with death in "Bounce" (also 2000). He reteamed with director Bay for the big-budgeted, highly hyped "Pearl Harbor" (2001), playing one leg of a romantic triangle that involved his best friend (Josh Hartnett) and the nurse they both love (Kate Beckinsale). Deploying his charisma and forceful screen presence, Affleck was not overshadowed by the special effects. Continually working, the actor went on to appear in "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" (2001) for director Kevin Smith. In Smith's self-described coda to his "View Askew" universe, Affleck appeared as both Holden, the character he played in Smith's "Chasing Amy" and as a parody version of himself, the Hollywood actor. Affleck next delivered one of his most compelling performances in the psychological thriller "Changing Lanes" (2002), playing an arrogant, high-powered attorney whose random traffic encounter with a struggling father (Samuel L. Jackson) sets in motion events that will radically derail both their lives. The actor next took on the weight of a struggling film franchise when he stepped into the shoes of Alec Baldwin and Harrison Ford by essaying the Tom Clancy hero Jack Ryan in "The Sum of All Fears" (2002), with the character retrograded back to a green CIA analyst who becomes embroiled in a nuclear calamity--Although the film was one of the weaker adaptations of Clancy's work, audiences accepted Affleck in the role and delivered a strong box office. Even as the actor was offered an increasing succession of leading man parts in major motion pictures, he kept a hand in the behind-the-scenes field that earned him an Oscar. Affleck and Damon also teamed as executive producers and writers for the ABC 2002 midseason replacement series "The Runner" which was delayed and has yet to air; and the two friends executive produced (and Affleck co-created) the Fall 2002 ABC series "Push, Nevada", a unique hybrid of a "Twin Peaks"-style mystery and a game show: veiwers were invited to follow eachg episode's clues and unravel the mystery to win $1 million. Even when the network pulled the series after only a few low-rated episodes, the cash prize was awarded to a faithful fan. Perhaps most prominantly, Damon and Affleck dreamt up an Internet-related venture: a screenwriting competition called "Project Greenlight". With Miramax and HBO as co-sponsors, the contest (at www.projectgreenlight.com) resulted in an HBO TV series (aired in 2002) and the promised feature "Stolen Summer" (2002), written and directed by Peter Jones and starring Kevin Pollak and Aidan Quinn. The response was so strong, a second "Project Greenlight" was planned for 2003. In addition to his box office star power and behind-the-scenes clout, Affleck also became a magnet for media attention, partly as a result of his high-profile romances. His on-again, off-again relationship with "Bounce" co-star Gwyneth Paltrow had already put him in the spotlight, and the media's curiosity seemed to escalate in 2001 after Affleck voluntarily checked himself into a posh Malibu rehab clinic and underwent a one-month program to curb his alcohol abuse. Shortly thereafter, Affleck met fellow superstar Jennifer Lopez while working on the hitman romance "Tough Love" (2003) and was impressed enough with the actress to suggest her as his leading lady for his friend Kevin Smith's latest romantic comedy "Jersey Girl" (lensed 2002). Upon Lopez's separation from her second husband, the two began dating and fueled a feeding frenzy of media scrutiny about their relationship, coverage that peaked with the announcement of the two stars' engagement in November of 2002. Affleck, as a likely result, was also named 2002's "Sexiest Man Alive" by People magazine. Meanwhile, Affleck agreed to tackle yet another major role, starring in "Daredevil" (2003), an adaptation of the Marvel Comics superhero. Based on the blind lawyer whose enhanced radar senses lead him to fight crime who was popular among comics fans but little known to the general public, "Daredevil" saw its stakes raised with the mega-success of "Spider-Man" (2002) the previous summer and the high-profile casting of the newly-minted but not-quite-proven superstar Affleck. Much debate ensued about Affleck as the square-jawed leading man, but paired with leading lady Jennifer Garner the actor proved quite effective as a superheroic underdog, as both the seemingly handicapped attorney and his karate-kicking alter-ego who struggles with a tortured past, ambiguous moral dilemmas and a tragic romance.


BIO Full Name: Benjamin Geza Affleck DOB: August 15, 1972 Birthplace: Berkeley, CA Location: New York City, New York Famous friends: Matt Damon (childhood best friend) & Gwyneth Paltrow (ex-girlfriend now really good friend) Family Mother: Chris-a schoolteacher Father: Tim-former actor turned counselor Siblings: Casey (brother, actor) Did you know Ben: Likes: Camel Lights, Diet Cokes Dislikes: flying, said to be aviophobic (1999) Fined $135 for driving in Massachusetts with a suspended license. (1998 - Jan 1999) Dated Gwyneth Paltrow Friend, and frequent collaborator, with actor Matt Damon Owns vintage Ms. Pac-Man and Millipede video-arcade games He was accidently knocked unconscious by football player Dana Stubblefield during the filming of Reindeer Games. Stubblefield slipped, and Affleck was knocked down. He was taken to the hospital, but fully recovered. When he was little, he asked his mom for a dog, and she tested him by making him walk an imaginary dog for a week. Ben only lasted for 5 days, and didn't get the dog. Graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School in 1990 Dropped out of the University of Vermont after 1 semester Dropped out of Occidental College after 1 year, where he had studied Middle Eastern studies He and Damon sold their Good Will Hunting script for $600,000 Has his teeth capped Owns 5 motorcycles (2000) Chosen as one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World (1999) Chosen as one of People Magazine's Most Beautiful People in the World Auditioned for Corey Haim's part in License to Drive (1988).




Ben Affleck Actor - filmography


Suspicion (2003)
Gigli (2002) .... Gigli
Surviving Christmas (2002)
Jersey Girl (2002)
Daredevil (2002).... Matt Murdock/Daredevil
Sum of All Fears, The (2002) .... Jack Ryan
Changing Lanes (2001)
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) .... Holden McNeil/Himself
Third Wheel, The (2001) .... Michael
Pearl Harbor (2001) .... Captain Rafe McCawley ... aka Pearl Harbor (2001) (UK)
Daddy and Them (2001)
Bounce (2000) .... Buddy Amaral
Joseph: King of Dreams (2000) (V) (voice) .... Joseph
Reindeer Games (2000) .... Rudy Duncan
Boiler Room (2000) .... Jim Young
Dogma (1999) .... Bartleby/Barry
Forces of Nature (1999) .... Ben Holmes
200 Cigarettes (1999) .... Bartender
Shakespeare in Love (1998) .... Ned Alleyn
Armageddon (1998) .... A.J. Frost
Phantoms (1998) .... Sheriff Bryce Hammond ... aka Dean Koontz's Phantoms (1998) (USA: complete title)
Good Will Hunting (1997) .... Chuckie
Going All the Way (1997) .... Tom "Gunner" Casselman
Office Killer (1997) (scenes deleted) .... Man in Office
Chasing Amy (1997) .... Holden McNeil
Glory Daze (1996) .... Jack
"Lifestories: Families In Crisis" (1995) TV Series .... Aaron Henry
Mallrats (1995) .... Shannon Hamilton
Body to Die For: The Aaron Henry Story, A (1994) .... Aaron Henry
Dazed and Confused (1993) .... O'Bannion
"Against the Grain" (1993) TV Series .... Joe Willie Clemons
School Ties (1992) .... Chesty Smith
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) (uncredited) .... Basketball Player #10
Daddy (1991) (TV) .... Ben Watson ... aka Danielle Steel's 'Daddy' (1991) (TV)
"Second Voyage of the Mimi, The" (1988) TV Series .... CT Grandville
Hands of a Stranger (1987) (TV) .... Billy Hearn
Wanted: The Perfect Guy (1986) (TV) .... Danny
"Voyage of the Mimi, The" (1984) TV Series .... C.T. Granville
Megaforce (1982) (uncredited) .... Airbourne Radio Operator
Dark End of the Street, The (1981)

//Producer - filmography

Crossing Cords (2001) (executive producer)
Third Wheel, The (2001) (producer)

//Director - filmography

I Killed My Lesbian Wife, Hung Her on a Meat Hook, and Now I Have a Three-Picture Deal at Disney (1993)

//Writer - filmography

Good Will Hunting (1997) (written by)

//Notable TV guest appearances

"Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The" (1999) playing "Himself" 2/24/2000
"Almost Home" (1993) playing "Kevin Johnson" in episode: "Is That All There"

Ben Affleck awards or nominations


Academy Awards, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Won Oscar Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Award shared with: Matt Damon

Academy of Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Films, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1999 Nominated Saturn Award Best Supporting Actor for: Armageddon (1998)

American Comedy Awards, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1999 Nominated American Comedy Award Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for: Shakespeare in Love (1998)

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Won Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Actor - Drama/Romance for: Bounce (2000)
2000 Won Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Actor - Comedy/Romance for: Forces of Nature (1999)
1999 Won Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Supporting Actor - Sci-Fi for: Armageddon (1998)

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1997 3rd place BSFC Award Best Screenplay for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Nomination shared with: Matt Damon

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Won BFCA Award Best Screenplay, Original for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Award shared with: Matt Damon

Florida Film Critics Circle Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Won FFCC Award Newcomer of the Year for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Award shared with: Matt Damon

- For their screenwriting.

Golden Globes, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Won Golden Globe Best Screenplay - Motion Picture for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Award shared with: Matt Damon

Golden Satellite Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Won Golden Satellite Award Best Motion Picture Screenplay - Original for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Award shared with: Matt Damon

Humanitas Prize
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Won Humanitas Prize Feature Film Category for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Award shared with: Matt Damon

London Film Critics Circle Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1999 Nominated ALFS Award Screenwriter of the Year for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Nomination shared with: Matt Damon

MTV Movie Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated MTV Movie Award Best Kiss for: Bounce (2000)
Nomination shared with: Gwyneth Paltrow

1999 Nominated MTV Movie Award Best Male Performance for: Armageddon (1998)
Best On-Screen Duo for: Armageddon (1998)
Nomination shared with: Liv Tyler

1998 Nominated MTV Movie Award Best On-Screen Duo
for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Nomination shared with: Matt Damon

National Board of Review, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1997 Won NBR Award Special Achievement in Filmmaking for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Award shared with: Matt Damon

Online Film Critics Society Awards

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Nominated OFCS Award Best Screenplay for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Nomination shared with: Matt Damon

Razzie Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1999 Nominated Razzie Award Worst Screen Couple for: Armageddon (1998)
Nomination shared with: Liv Tyler

Screen Actors Guild Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1999 Won Actor Outstanding Performance by a Cast for: Shakespeare in Love (1998)
Award shared with: Simon Callow Jim Carter (I) Martin Clunes Judi Dench Joseph Fiennes Colin Firth Gwyneth Paltrow Geoffrey Rush Antony Sher Imelda Staunton Tom Wilkinson (I) Mark Williams (I)

1998 Nominated Actor Outstanding Performance by a Cast for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Nomination shared with: Matt Damon Minnie Driver Stellan Skarsgård Robin Williams

Writers Guild of America, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1998 Nominated WGA Screen Award Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen for: Good Will Hunting (1997)
Nomination shared with: Matt Damon











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