Produced on March 12, 1968, in Cupertino, California, Aaron Eckhart resided abroad before dealing with co-worker Neil LaBute as an actor on movie jobs that contain In the Company of Men and Possession. He later played Twoface in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight.
Aaron Eckhart was born on March 12, 1968, in Cupertino, section of the county of Santa Clara, California, into a Mormon house. His mom worked as a children’s book writer, as well as the family relocated to London during Eckhart’s teenagers for his dad’s computer exec profession. (He eventually earned his high school equivalency degree via correspondence courses.)
Eckhart lived in France and Hawaii to get a period before moving to Utah to attend Brigham Young University, where he met Neil LaBute. Eckhart was cast in the burgeoning playwright’s school productions, as well as the two reunited years later when LaBute turned his sights to the big screen.
Post graduation, Eckhart lived in Nyc, landing advertisement spots, and after that elected to move back to California to invent a lifetime career in La. He got several TV characters before he was cast in LaBute’s 1997 screenwriting and directorial attempt, In the Company of Men, a contentious humor in which Eckhart impersonated a corporate staffer who romantically controls a hearing impaired girl.
In the late 1990s through the first decade of the 2000s, Eckhart created an on-going body of varied picture work where he played a range of characters. In 1999, after impersonating the brother of an autistic girl in Molly, he was a footballer in Any Given Sunday.
He costarred with Hilary Swank and Stanley Tucci in the sci fi movie The Core (2003) and created a buzz because of his work in Thank You for Smoking (2006). Playing the lead character of a smiling and scheming tobacco lobbyist, Eckhart garnered a Golden Globe nomination for the part.
Eckhart worked with Christopher Nolan within The Dark Knight (2008), the next episode of the director’s Batman film adaptations. Eckhart provided an affecting performance as committed district attorney Harvey Dent, who becomes the deranged criminal Twoface after being held in a hostage scenario masterminded by the Joker (Heath Ledger).
Place Knight, Eckhart starred in two plays, Love Happens (2009) as well as The Rabbit Hole (2010), where he costarred with Nicole Kidman. The two played grieving parents whose son is killed in a injury.
In the autumn of 2011, Eckhart was cast to play Beach Boys member Dennis Wilson in the biopic The Drummer, which can also be slated to star Vera Farmiga as Fleetwood Mac musician/vocalist Christine McVie. The job began filming in 2012. Eckhart also offers the lead character in the fantasy/action feature I, Frankenstein, slated for an early 2014 launch.