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Josh Hartnett – American actor who became famous for his role as a military pilot in the drama “Pearl Harbor.” Also it is known for the films “The Faculty,” “Lucky Number Slevin,” “Obsession,” “Sin City.”
Joshua Daniel Hartnett was born on July 21, 1978 in San Francisco but grew up in the town of St. Paul. My parents were hippies and raised their four children in an atmosphere of love and joy. Joshua in his youth dreamed of becoming a football player or a basketball player, but as is often the case, a knee injury prevented his sports career. Hartnett so sad that my aunt decided to cheer up his nephew and sent him to the casting of school performance of “Tom Sawyer.” Josh easily landed the role of Huckleberry Finn and seriously thinking about acting. After high school, Josh decided to continue his education in New York. He went to a strange city to him and entered the famous Theatre Institute State University of New York. At the same time, Josh began to actively go to auditions, but at first sensual brunette getting everywhere refused. On listening to the television series “Dawson’s Creek” Josh came six times, but every time he was given the heave-ho. In the end, Hartnett managed to get a role in airline advertising video.
After that, he was noticed and offered a role in “Cracker” series (1997-1998), however, the project was not very successful and soon closed. That same year, the poor fellow was expelled from the Theatre Institute. Grieving for a long time did not have – Josh has been busy on the set of a horror film “Halloween: 20 Years Later” (1998) and became a cult tape of Robert Rodriguez’s “The Faculty” (1998). 20-year-old actor has become very popular and was the first film awards, including a nomination for “Saturn”. Soon, director Sofia Coppola invited the actor to the role of the treacherous seducer in his debut “The Virgin Suicides” (1999). The film received good critics reviews and actor cemented his popularity. There followed a minor work on other projects. Loud glory covered the 23-year-old actor, when he appeared in the role of a military pilot in the melodrama Michael Bay’s “Pearl Harbor” (2001), where Josh starred with Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale. The picture was an incredible success, he has received a statuette “Oscar” and was nominated in three categories. In the same year came another war drama with Josh starring – “Black Hawk Down” by Ridley Scott, which is also nominated for the “Oscar” in four categories and won two. Not surprisingly, Hartnett’s name was on everyone’s lips – it filled up with invitations. So, Hartnett starred in the police image in the comedy “Hollywood Homicide” (2003), along with his childhood idol Harrison Ford. However, after a long time tied up with grossing film.
Josh carefully chooses scenarios and prefer low-budget projects, chamber films where the plot focuses on the inner feelings of the hero (no wonder his favorite author – Fyodor Dostoyevsky). His dramatic talent hunk Josh proved the role of a young man blinded by love in the film “Obsession” (2004) with Diane Kruger, mentally unhealthy – in the film “Crazy Love” (2005).
The shooting of the thriller “The Black Dahlia” (2006) Josh spun a long romance with Scarlett Johansson. In 2005, he once again starred in Rodriguez in “Sin City” and Paul McGuigan “Lucky Number Slevin”. Then again plunged into the low-budget film, “Resurrecting the Champ” (2007), “August” (2008), “I Come with the Rain” (2009), “Bunraku” (2010), “Girl Walks into a Bar” (2011 ), “Stuck between stations” (2011). In 2012, at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of action adventure with Josh “outlandish.”

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