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New Millennium Stars

Colin Farrell
Seann William Scott
Heath Ledger
Ashton Kutcher
Colin Hanks
Hugh Jackman
Josh Duhamel
Diego Luna
Chad Michael Murray
Topher Grace

Colin Farrell:
This lad from Ireland was given his big break when Director Joel Schumacher cast him in “Tigerland”. Villainous roles followed for Colin  in “Minority Report” & “Daredevil” before playing the great Macedonian hero who conquered the world in Oliver Stone’s historical sword epic “Alexander”.

Seann William Scott:
After making his film debut with a small role as goofball teenager Stifler in the teen comedy “American Pie”, Seann soon graduated to bigger roles in films such as “Road Trip”, “Evolution”, “Dude, Where’s My Car?”, “Stark Raving Mad” & the chop socky action comedy “Bulletproof Monk” (2003).

Heath Ledger:
Aussie actor who began his career on TV shows such as “Sweat”, “Roar” & “Home And Away”, before getting his big Hollywood break with a starring role in the teen romance “10 Things I Hate About You”. Other big roles followed such as “Two Hands”, “The Patriot”, “A Knight’s Tale” & Ned Kelly”.

Ashton Kutcher:
A biochemical engineering student who left his studies to pursue a modeling career which soon led to acting parts, firstly on TV in the popular sitcom “That 70’s Show” & later in big screen films such as “Dude, Where’s My Car?”, “Texas Rangers”, “Just Married” and “My Boss’ Daughter”.

Colin Hanks:
Son of Oscar winner Tom Hanks who after a brief appearance in his father’s film “That Thing You Do”, won support roles in the TV series “Roswell” & the teen films “Whatever It Takes” & “Get Over It” before getting his big break with a starring role in the hit teen comedy “Orange County”.

Hugh Jackman:
This Sydney born theater & TV actor made his big screen debut in the popular Australian made comedy “Paperback Hero” (1999) before going to Hollywood to star in a string of big budget films, most notably, “X-Men”, “Someone Like You”, “Swordfish”, “Kate & Leopold” & “Van Helsing”.

Josh Duhamel:
This former fashion model began his acting career with a 3 year stint on the TV soap “All My Children” (99) before getting his big break with a starring role in the hit TV series “Las Vegas”. It was inevitable that big screen roles would follow, most notably “Win A Date With Tad Hamilton” (2004).

Diego Luna:
This Mexican actor whose early career consisted of parts in stage productions & TV soap operas gained world notice with his role in the romance drama, “Y tu mama tambien” (01). More big screen roles followed in “Frida” (02), “Open Range”
(2003) & “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights” (2004) . 

Chad Michael Murray:
After a handful of TV roles (“Gilmore Girls”, “The Lone Ranger” & “One Tree Hill”) Chad got his big screen break as Lindsay Lohan’s love interest in “Freaky Friday” (2003). Next came, “A Cinderella Story” (2004) with Hilary Duff & the “House Of Wax” (2004) remake with Paris Hilton.

Topher Grace:
After a successful stint on the TV sitcom “That 70’s Show”  (1998 - 2005), Topher made an easy transition into big screen films such as “Traffic”
(2000) & “Mona Lisa Smile”
(2003) before winning major starring roles in “Win A Tad Hamilton” (2004) & “In Good Company” (2004).

Orlando Bloom
Paul Walker
Josh Hartnett
Freddie Prinze Jr
Jeremy Sumpter
Eric Bana
Matt Damon
Mark Ruffalo

Orlando Bloom:
Popular, English born actor whose body of work in the new millennium suggests he will be around for a long time. Orlando’s most notable films include “The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy”, “Ned Kelly”, “Black Hawk Down”, “Pirates Of The Caribbean” & the new Trojan Horse epic “Troy”.

Paul Walker:
After making a number of small TV appearances, Paul won a few co-starring roles in a string of teen movies, most notably, “Varsity Blues”, “She’s All That” & “The Skulls” before getting his big break with a starring role in the hi-octane racing car thriller ”The Fast And The Furious” (2001).

Josh Hartnett:
Tall, San Francisco actor, who began his career in commercials & plays before appearing in the short-lived TV series “Cracker”. Josh later eased  into big screen films most notably “The Faculty” ,“Pearl Harbor”, “Black Hawk Down”, “40 Days & 40 Nights”, “O” & “Hollywood Homicide”.

James Franco:
After a small role in the Drew Barrymore teen flick “Never Been Kissed”(1999) James won starring roles in the TV series “Freaks & Geeks” & the feature film “Whatever It Takes” but it wasn’t until his Golden Globe win for the TV movie “James Dean” that he won notice & critical acclaim.

Freddie Prinze Jr.
After a string of Television appearances, Freddie won small parts in big screen films such as “To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday”, “The House Of Yes” & the teen slasher flick, “I Know What You Did Last Summer” but it wasn’t until his starring role in “She’s All That” that his career really took off.

Jeremy Sumpter:
This child model & gifted artist gained notice after winning the “pre-teen male model of the year” award at an L.A. convention. In no time at all Jeremy eased into film roles such as “Frailty”, “Local Boys” & “Just A Dream, before hitting it big with a starring role in “Peter Pan” (2004).

Eric Bana:
Australian TV comic who eased into film roles & gained critical acclaim for his performance in the Australian crime drama “Chopper” (2000). It wasn’t long before Hollywood came knocking & Eric soon won major roles in “Black Hawk Down” (2001), “Hulk”
(2003) & “Troy” (2004).

Matt Damon:
Versatile character actor who first gained notice in the late 90’s with films such as “The Rainmaker” (97), “Good Will Hunting” (98), “Rounders” (98) & “The Talented Mr. Ripley” (99), before emerging as a new millenium star with “The Bourne Identity” (2002) &  “Ocean’s Eleven (2001). 

Mark Ruffalo:
After a string of minor film roles in the 1990’s Mark gained notice with his impressive performance in the critically acclaimed drama “You Can Count On  Me” (2000). More high profile film roles followed in “Windtalkers” (02), “In The
Cut” (03), “13 Going On 30”
(04) & “Collateral” (2004).

More Millennium Stars:

Shia LaBeouf
Jim Sturgess

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