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Brad Pitt was born William Bradley Pitt to strict Baptists William A. Pitt and Jane Etta Hillhouse. The
eldest of three children, Pitt has a brother, Doug (b. 1966) and a sister, Julie (b. 1969). Soon after his
birth, the family moved to Springfield, Missouri, where his father ran a trucking company. He attended
Kickapoo High School where he joined the tennis, golf and swimming teams, and was a member of
the choir, the forensics club, the debating club and the student council. Following his graduation from
school in 1982, Pitt attended the University of Missouri, majoring in Journalism and Advertising. He
dropped out with only two credits left to gain his degree, and set off for California to pursue his dream
of a Hollywood acting career. Whilst taking acting lessons, Pitt did part-time work including being a
furniture mover, a chauffeur and a costume-wearing mascot for a restaurant chain. Finally, in the late
1980s, he started getting some television work, which included appearing in ‘Dallas’, ’21 Jump Street’,
‘Growing Pains’, ‘Thirtysomething’, ‘Freddy’s Nightmares’, ‘Another World’, and ‘Head of Class’. Pitt’s
debut on the big screen was in an uncredited part as a waiter in ‘No Man’s Land’ (1987). A number of
small roles followed before he landed a starring role in the crime drama made-for-television movie
‘Too Young to Die?’ (1990), co-starring Juliette Lewis. Pitt finally gained notice in Ridley Scott’s
‘Thelma & Louise’ (1991), starring Susan Sarandon, Geena Davis and Harvey Keitel. His role as
scruffy layabout J.D., despite being a small one involving a mere fourteen minutes of screen time, was
his big break. He played the memorable role of Paul Maclean in Robert Redford’s ‘A River Runs
Through It’ (1992), a true story set in Montana and based on the novel by Norman Maclean. He was
Floyd in ‘True Romance’ (1993), the thriller written by Quentin Tarantino, starring Patricia Arquette,
Christian Slater and Val Kilmer. ‘Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles’ (1994) starred
Pitt as the unforgettable Louis de Pointe du Lac opposite Tom Cruise in the horror/fantasy that won
him two 1995 MTV Movie Awards, for Best Male Performance and Most Desirable Male. He was also
nominated for Best Actor by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, and for Best OnScreen Duo in the 1995 MTV Movie Awards.
Having certainly proved his capabilities as an actor, as well as his box office ‘bank-ability’, Pitt
continued to give outstanding performances in his next three movies. He was cast as the wild and
winsome Tristan Ludlow in ‘Legends of the Fall’ (1994), an epic tale of three brothers and their father,
with Anthony Hopkins, Aidan Quinn and Julia Ormond. For this role, he received a 1995 Golden
Globes award nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture. In ‘Se7en’ (1995), the
graphic thriller about a twisted serial killer using the seven deadly sins as his modus operandi, Pitt
played Detective David Mills and won the 1996 MTV Movie Award for Most Desirable Male and was
nominated for the 1996 MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Duo. He then received an Oscar
nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, playing Jeffrey Goines in ‘Twelve Monkeys’ (1995)
starring Bruce Willis and Jon Seda, and won a number of awards for Best Supporting Actor. The
following year, he played Michael Sullivan in ‘Sleepers’ (1996), a story about four boys growing up in
Hell’s Kitchen, New York, based on the book by Lorenzo Carcaterra. ‘The Devil’s Own’ (1997) with
Harrison Ford was next and then Pitt’s pet project, ‘Seven Years in Tibet’ (1997). It was the true story
of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who befriended the Dalai Lama at the time of China’s
takeover of Tibet. Pitt won the 1998 Rembrandt Award for Best Actor but had to deal with much
controversy surrounding the film. The Chinese government did not approve of the portrayal of Chinese
military officers and the Dalai Lama, and strongly discouraged both the production and the release of
the film. As a result, both Pitt and his co-star David Thewlis were banned from ever entering China.
The next two films for which Pitt received rave critical reviews were ‘Fight Club’ (1999), playing Tyler
Durden alongside Edward Norton and Helen Bonham Carter, and the role of Mickey O’Neil in Guy
Ritchie’s British crime thriller ‘Snatch’ (2000) with Vinnie Jones and Benicio Del Toro. Landing the part
of Rusty Ryan in Steven Soderbergh’s hugely successful ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ (2001) found Pitt working
with George Clooney, Matt Damon, Elliot Gould, Bernie Mac, Julia Roberts and Andy Garcia. The
sequel, ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ (2004), was just as eagerly received by the viewing public and the cast were
joined this time by Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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