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TOM CRUISE BIOGRAPHY Tom Cruise was born on July 3, 1962 in Syracuse, New York. He is 35. He was raised by his mother after she and his father divorced. After a peripatetic childhood in which he reportedly attended a dozen schools by age 12, Cruise turned to acting in high school after a knee injury derailed his wrestling ambitions. Energized by landing the role of Nathan Detroit in his high school production of Guys and Dolls, he dropped out in his senior year to pursue an acting career. By 1981, Cruise was in Los Angeles where he met Paula Wagner, then an agent at Creative Artists Agency, who would subsequently guide his film areer.He made his feature debut in a small role in Franco Zeffirelli's notorious Brooke hields-starrer Endless Love, and gained attention in a showy supporting role as an increasingly lunatic cadet in Taps. Cruise gained celebrity in the superior teenn sex satire Risky Business (1983). As an anxious, affluent, suburban teen poised precariously on the brink of young adulthood, Cruise created a reasonant protagonist for young Reagan-era audiences. He even put on some extra pounds to emphasize the softness and vulnerability of the character as he flirts with illicit capitalism. In a star-making scene, Cruise, clad in a button-down shirt, Jockey briefs, and cool shades, plays air guitar and dances wildly to Bob Seger's anthem,"Old Time Rock'n'Roll." This celebrated sequence provided a key to the actor's subsequent mega-success: he was an attractive but fairly regular guy to whom audiences could easily relate. Intriguingly, the part also showcased Cruise's magnetic sexual appeal much more effectively than his subsequent screen roles. Cruise performed well in a more naturalistic mode in All the Right Moves (1983), a sober high school football drama that fared modestly at the box office. He next grew his hair long and made the wrong move with Ridley Scott's colossal fantasy flop, Lengend (1985). Cruise consolidated his serious dramatic credentials with Barry Levinson's Rain Man (1988), where he more than held his own opposite overbearing Oscar-winner Dustin Hoffman. Oliver Stone's Born on the Fourth of July (1989) earned him a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his hard-hitting portrayal of anti-war activist Ron Kovic. Cruise stumbled a bit with the critically and commercially disappointing Far and Away (1992), a goofy period romance co-starring his wife Nicole Kidman (whom he married in 1990 after they worked together in Days of Thunder). He recovered with a highly popular court- martial drama, A Few Good Men (1992), where in his successfully confronted an iconic Jack Nicholson. He played a lawyer again in the thriller The Firm (1993) with comparably successfully results at the box office. Tom Cruise and his ex-wife (Nicole Kidman) Cruise was all but omnipresent in the media as he aggressively promoted his feature producing debut, the post-Cold War espionage movie, Mission Impossible (1996). Based on the fondly rememvered 60's TV show, the project had languished in various development hells before Cruise got involved. This marked the inaugural project for Cruise/ Wagner Productions, the ocmpany the actor formed with his one-time agent in 1992. Rumors abounded about Cruise clashing with director Brian De Palma over budgetary and story matters. Nonetheless, depite international location shooting, high-tech stunts, compute -generated visual effects, and last-minute re-writes by a stellar assortment of scripter, Mission: Impossible came in on time and under budget at approximately $67 million. (Cruise deferred his $20 million salary.) The reviews were mixed- some treated it as an extravagant but cold vanity production with a confused storyline but most admired the cinematic technique. As anticipated, business was brisk. Now a producer as well as an actor, Cruise had numerous projects in various stages of development at the time of the release of his summer blockbuster. Jerry Maguire (1996), in which he played a venal sports agent, was lensing for a Christmas release. Cruise also annouonced tthat he and Kidman were starting preproduction on legendary writer-director Stanley Kubrick's long-awaited return to feature filmmaking, Eyes Wide Shut (scheduled to begin lensing in the fall of 1996). This collaboration would mark another milestone in Cruise's quest to be taken seriously as an artist and not just another pretty face with major commercial clout. Tony Pastoliano about his close friend Tom C. If nothing else, Tom Cruise will always be remembered for the lip-synching scene in Risky Business. Sure, he's done bigger more artistic work since then, but that one movie captured on film what every guy does when they have the house to themselves. Thanks, Tom. Yes, Tom Cruise paid his dues in a few teen films, as teenage girls practised their squeals to such flicks as Taps, All the Right Moves, and Losin' It. Not content to be just another handsome face, Cruise has worked with great older actors. You can't help but hone your craft when you work opposite Paul Newman (The Color of Money), Dustin Hoffman (Rain Man), and Jack Nicholson (A Few Good Men). Cruise has also not been afraid to take on challenging roles. The first major sign of this was hiding his good looks behind the Lestat character in Interview with the Vampire. Though even the books author, Anne Rice, was against his casting at first, he eventually won her, the critics, and the public over with his portrayal. Tom is able also able to work in lighter fare that fills the seats and sells the popcorn. He had a huge success with both Jerry Maguire and two Mission Impossible flicks. His next big challenging role was in the much-anticipated Eyes Wide Shut in which he co-starred with his wife Nicole Kidman. The film took many months to shoot, but Tom says the lengthy production was an equitable trade-off given that he had the opportunity to work with late director Stanley Kubrick. He also started to work as a producer. Robert Towne's Without Limits, starring Billy Crudup and Donald Sutherland, was a Tom Cruise/Paula Wagner production. He exhibited the film at the 1998 Toronto International Film Festival and we have photos and coverage of that gala and press conference. On December 20th, 1999, Tom was nominated for the 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards for his role in Magnolia. He won the award on January 23rd. His Magnolia role, a supporting one, also earned him an Oscar´┐Ż nomination. The winner of the award, Michael Caine, joked that Tom should be careful taking supporting roles, asking him "Do you have any idea how much we make?" Tom and Nicole announced their separation on February 5th, 2001. Two days later, he filed for divorce. The divorce went through in August 2001. Tom's new girlfriend is actress Penelope Cruz. The couple met while filming Vanilla Sky. News half of year with Tom Cruise Tuesday, August 05,2003 LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - At its installation lunch Wednesday at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., which mounts the Golden Globes, handed out $601,500 to charities associated with the film world. It was the largest annual donation in the group's history. Newly elected president Lorenzo Soria presented $150,000 to Tom Cruise, who accepted on behalf of the Film Foundation, the film-preservation and -restoration group founded by Martin Scorsese and others in 1990. The second-largest contribution, amounting to $95,000, was awarded to CalArts. The funds were earmarked to cover a $25,000 scholarship as well as an upgrade to the school's Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. Digital Lab. Ed Harris accepted for CalArts and took the opportunity in the middle of his address to steal a kiss from master of ceremonies Jamie Lee Curtis. Tuesday, August 05,2003 Only two film stars were included in the top ten portion of People magazine's 200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons being released as a book and a VH1 television special. The two are Tom Cruise (#5) and Marilyn Monroe (#6), with the rest of the list being dominated by television and recording artists, as well as Superman (#2) and Princess Diana (#9). Leading the list was Oprah Winfrey. Sunday, Aprill 12,2003 New Zealand - Hollywood star Tom Cruise advised parents on Saturday to work hard to help children having problems at school and not immediately put them on medication. "Today in America I know they are so quick to put children on drugs because they are not learning well," Cruise told reporters before the start of shooting of his latest movie, "The Last Samurai," outside this North Island city. Cruise, star of films including "Rain Man," in which his character learns to love an autistic brother, said he went to 15 different schools as he was growing up and had a "very difficult time" with formal learning. He eventually tackled his learning problems with the help of "study tools" from the Scientology religion "that have helped me to be able to educate myself," he said. The U.S. National Institute of Mental Health says medications can often help children with certain learning difficulties, such as attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome. Cruise, 40, spoke to the media after a ceremonial greeting from local indigenous Maori, including songs of welcome and the traditional pressing of noses with local tribesmen and women. He vowed he would not leave New Zealand "without learning more" about the culture and traditions of the Maori. Cruise said his girlfriend, actress Penelope Cruz, and his two children would visit during the four-month shooting of "The Last Samurai," which begins Monday. The movie tells the tale of an American military officer hired by the emperor of Japan to build a modern Japanese army in the face of opposition from the traditional Samurai warrior class. Location director Charlie Harrington said 80 percent of the outdoor filming for the US$100 million movie would be done at 10 locations in the region, on the west coast of North Island, some 320 kilometers (200 miles) northwest of the capital, Wellington. Sunday, January 12,2003 San Francisco's Oracle racing team denied Friday it will have actor Tom Cruise on board during one of its America's Cup challenger final races on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf. Cruise is in New Zealand filming "The Last Samurai," an action epic set in feudal Japan in the 19th century in which he plays a Civil War hero schooling Japanese soldiers in modern warfare. Reports have been circulating in Auckland that Cruise will take time away from the film set in the central North Island province of Taranaki to sail as 17th man aboard the Oracle race yacht when it begins the finals series Saturday against Swiss entry Alinghi. The 17th man is a traditional position on an America's Cup yacht reserved for a guest of the owner. Cruise is a known acquaintance of Oracle's billionaire founder Larry Ellison. Oracle spokesman Mike Cahill said Friday he was aware of reports Cruise had been invited to sail as 17th man during the best-of-nine finals series but knew of no invitation extended to the actor. "I've heard the story but as far as I know there's not truth in it," he said

GET NASTY WITH TOM CRUISE!!LOOK AT THIS,REALLY IT'S WORTH! BIO/PROFILE Full name: Thomas Cruise Mapother IV Occupation: Actor, Director, Producer Date of Birth: July 3, 1962 Place of Birth: Syracuse, N.Y., USA Sign: Sun in Cancer, Moon in Leo Relations: Wife (separated): Nicole Kidman (actress); ex-wife: Mimi Rogers (actress); kids: Isabella, Connor Anthony (both adopted); father: Thomas Cruise Mapother III (electrical engineer; deceased); mother: Mary Lee Mapother; siblings: Lee Anne Mapother (publicist), Marian Mapother (teacher), Cass Mapother (restaurateur) Education: High school

Tom Cruise - Actor filmography

Minority Report (2002) .... Officer John Anderton
Vanilla Sky (2001) .... Christopher
Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures (2001) .... Himself
Mission: Impossible II (2000) .... Ethan Hunt
Mission Improbable (2000) (TV) .... Himself
Magnolia (1999) .... Frank T.J. Mackey
Eyes Wide Shut (1999) .... Doctor William "Bill" Harford
Salute to Dustin Hoffman, A (1999) (TV) .... Himself
Jerry Maguire (1996) .... Jerry Maguire
Mission: Impossible (1996) .... Ethan Hunt
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) .... Lestat de Lioncourt
Firm, The (1993) .... Mitch McDeere
Far and Away (1992) .... Joseph Donnelly
Few Good Men, A (1992) .... Daniel Alistair 'Danny/Dan' Kaffee
Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You (1992) (V) .... Himself
Days of Thunder (1990) .... Cole Trickle
Born on the Fourth of July (1989) .... Ron Kovic
Don't Look at Me (1989) .... Himself
Rain Man (1988) .... Charlie Babbitt
Cocktail (1988) .... Brian Flanagan
Young Guns (1988) (uncredited) .... Cameo
Color of Money, The (1986) .... Vincent
Top Gun (1986) .... Pete "Maverick" Mitchell
Legend (1985) .... Jack
Risky Business (1983) .... Joel Goodson
Outsiders, The (1983) .... Steve Randle
Losin' It (1983) .... Woody
All the Right Moves (1983) .... Stefen 'Stef' Djordjevic
Endless Love (1981) .... Billy
Taps (1981) .... David Shawn

Producer filmography

Dolan's Cadillac (2002) ...(producer)
Vanilla Sky (2001)... (producer)
Darkness, The (2001) ...(executive producer)
Mission: Impossible II (2000)... (producer)
Without Limits (1998)... (producer)
Mission: Impossible (1996)... (producer)

Director filmography
Fallen Angels (1993) ...(TV Series)

Writer filmography
Days of Thunder (1990) (story)

Notable TV guest appearances

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2000: Blockbuster Entertainment Award- Favorite Supporting Actor, Drama (Magnolia)

2000: CFCA Awars - Best Supporting Actor (Magnolia)

2000: Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Special Silver Ribbon

1997: Blockbuster Entertainment Award- Favorite Actor, Comedy/Romance (Jerry Maguire)

1997: Golden Globe- Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture -Comedy/Musical (Jerry Maguire)

1997: Golden Satellite Award- Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy/Musical (Jerry Maguire)

1997: MTV Movie Award- Best Male Performance (Jerry Maguire)

1997: Nova Award- Most Promising Producer in Theatrical Motion Pictures (Mission Impossible)

1996: NBR Award- Best Actor (Jerry Maguire)

1994: Hasty Pudding Theatricals Man of the Year

1994: People's Choice Award- Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture Actor

1990: Golden Globe- Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama (Born on the Fourth of July)

1987: ShoWest Convention Special Award- Box Office Star of the Year