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Ethan Hawke Actor - filmography (In Production) (2000s) (1990s) (1980s) Billy Dead (2005) (announced) .... Billy Dead Lord of War (2005) (pre-production) Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) (filming) .... Jake Roenick Taking Lives (2004) .... Costa Before Sunset (2004) .... Jesse Chelsea Walls (2001) (voice) (uncredited) .... Sam ... aka Chelsea Hotel (2001) Jimmy Show, The (2001) .... Ray Training Day (2001) .... Officer Jake Hoyt Tape (2001) .... Vince Waking Life (2001) (voice) .... Jesse Tell Me (2000) Hamlet (2000/I) .... Hamlet Snow Falling on Cedars (1999) .... Ishmael Chambers Joe the King (1999) .... Len Coles ... aka Joe Henry (1999) (USA) Velocity of Gary, The (1998) .... Nat Newton Boys, The (1998) .... Jess Newton Great Expectations (1998) .... Finnegan 'Finn' Bell Gattaca (1997) .... Vincent Freeman Search and Destroy (1995) .... Roger ... aka Four Rules, The (1995) (Australia: video title) Before Sunrise (1995) .... Jesse Quiz Show (1994) (uncredited) .... Don Quixote Student White Fang II: Myth of the White Wolf (1994) (uncredited) .... Jack Conroy ... aka White Fang 2 (1994) Reality Bites (1994) .... Troy Dyer Floundering (1994) .... Jimmy Rich in Love (1993) .... Wayne Frobiness Alive (1993) .... Nando Parrado ... aka Alive: The Miracle of the Andes (1993) Waterland (1992) .... Mathew Price Midnight Clear, A (1992) .... Will Knott Mystery Date (1991) .... Tom McHugh White Fang (1991/I) .... Jack Conroy Dad (1989) .... Billy Tremont Dead Poets Society (1989) .... Todd Anderson Lion's Den (1988/I) Explorers (1985) .... Ben Crandall Biography for Ethan Hawke Birth name Ethan Green Hawke -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Height 5' 11" (1.80 m) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Spouse Uma Thurman (1 May 1998 - present) (filed for divorce) 2 children -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Trivia Attended West Windsor-Plainsboro High School in Central New Jersey, but is not pictured in the yearbook (1984-86). Daughter, with Thurman, Maya Ray Thurman-Hawke. [8 July 1998] Graduated from the Hun School of Princeton. [1988] Published his first novel, "The Hottest State," in 1996 (the novel sold for $400,000 to Little, Brown and Company). Was in a production of "Great Expectations" at West Windsor Plainsboro High School. Was accepted by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Drama in Pittsburgh, PA, but dropped out after only 5 months. Proposed to wife Uma Thurman twice before she said yes. His brother is a Green Beret. Welcomed second child, Roan, a boy on January 15, 2002. The baby weighed 7lbs 15oz Childhood friend of director Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects; X-Men) The cat appearing in the Lisa Loeb music-video "Stay", which he directed, is his own. Has appeared in two film adaptations of William Wharton novels: Dad (1989) and Midnight Clear, A (1992). He was the original choice to play FBI Agent Will Graham in "Red Dragon", but turned the role down to take time off from making movies. His parents were University of Texas students when Ethan was born, and they separated when he was three. Says that he is constantly mistaken for Mark McGrath from "Sugar Ray" so often that he signs autographs as "Mark McGrath" and, apparently, the same thing happens to Mark McGrath who, in turn, signs authgraphs as "Ethan Hawke" to fans. Met and became friends with River Phoenix during the making of "Explorers". When he was in the seventh grade, he played "Lon" in West Windsor-Plainsboro junior high school production of the play "Meet Me in St. Louis".