Adrien Brody

Adrien Brody was born 14 April 1973 in New York. Parents of Adrian Sylvia Plachhi, famous Hungarian journalist and history teacher Elliot Brody.

Brody is a childhood dream to become an actor. He attended the High School of Performing Arts LaGuardia, and graduated from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Brody starred in several commercials and began working in the theater, and later began to appear in small roles in films. At age 15, he got his first starring role in the film Home at Last.

In 1993, Brody starred in "King of the Hill." In 1998, he starred in the movie "The Thin Red Line." And despite the fact that the installation of its role greatly curtailed, critics noted it as a promising actor.

After shooting in the movie "Summer of Sam," "Heights of freedom," "Bread and Roses", he became a recognizable figure in the world of cinema. He was offered the lead role in the movie "Pearl Harbor", which he refused to shoot in the film "The Pianist". And Adrian was right. The role of musician Wladyslaw Szpilman brought him worldwide fame. He has received several awards, including the "Oscar", and became the youngest actor to be awarded this prize.

Following this success, Brody began to appear more frequently. So, he appeared in the comedy "The Doll", the film "The Singing Detective", "The Village", "Jacket", "King Kong", "Hollywoodland" and others.