Jesse Eisenberg

Jesse Eisenberg (full name - Jesse Adam Eisenberg) fifth born in October 1983 in New York to a Jewish family of Polish and Ukrainian roots. His mother - a clown, and his father - was first director of the medical clinic, and later became a teacher at the college. Also, there are two to sit Jesse: Kerry and Halle.

Eisenberg grew up in Queens and New Jersey, where he attended East Brunsvikskie public schools. Since 1996, Jesse appeared in small Broadway musicals, and played in the play "The Meeting".

In 2001, the young actor starred in the film "Lightning: Fire from Heaven", followed by those in the film "Beloved Women", which brought him popularity and served as the start of his work in Hollywood. For his role as Jesse he was nominated for a Gotham Award.

In 2002 came the movie "Emperor's Club" with its participation. In 2004, Eisenberg starred in two horror film "The Village" and "Werewolves".

In 2005, he appeared on the screen the film "The Squid and the Whale" in which Jesse has played a major role, which earned it the title of best actor according to the Boston Film Critics.

Between 2005 and 2007, Jesse Eisenberg played in the theater. His next appearance in the movie took place in 2007 on the set of the movie "Hunt Hunt" with Richard Gere in the title role.

In 2009, Jesse took part in the comedy series "Park of Culture and Leisure". For this role, he was nominated for the award BAFTA Award.

This was followed by shooting in the reel of film such as "Welcome to Zombilend", "Holy Rollers," "Camp Hope", "Kill Your Darlings". But the real glory Eisenberg brought the main role - Mark Zuckerberg - in the film directed by David Fincher's "The Social Network", was released in 2010 and tells the story of the base of Facebook.

In 2011, Jessie voiced a role in the animated film "Rio".

In addition to working in film and theater, Eisenberg has been writing scripts for plays, composing music, and spending time with his girlfriend, Anna Shtraut, which occurs since 2007.