Steve Buscemi

Steve Buscemi

  • Born: 1957-12-13
  • Birthplace: New York, USA
  • Height: 5' 8¼" (1.73 m)
  • Profession: actor
  • Nationality: America
  • Representative Works: Guinea Pigs, Rabe's Diary
  • Steve Buscemi, born on December 13, 1957 in New York, USA, is an actor.
    He has created countless vivid and vivid characters on both large and small screens, and his outstanding acting skills are no less than the brilliance of the protagonist. From the beginning of the film industry, Buscemi has appeared in nearly 100 movies and TV series. It is today, and this evergreen tree is still standing. In 2002, he won the Independent Spirit Awards and the New York Film Critics Association's Best Supporting Actor Award for " Ghost World " , and was nominated for the Golden Globe Awards , and part of his TV series " The Sopranos " directed by HBO was also awarded by Emmy Awards And DGA nominated.

    Performing Experience

    Bassemi was born in Brooklyn , New York . Before graduating from high school, he had a keen interest in acting. Then he went to Manhattan to learn acting and began to create and perform stage plays. Before acting as a firefighter in New York for 4 years before the film, Basemie did not put all his energy into the movie after entering the entertainment circle, but often appeared on stage to perform talk shows and stage plays.
    In 1986, Buscemi kicked off his screen career with a musician with AIDS in the movie "PartingGlances". Later, he was seen by many famous directors and appeared in the classic works of James R. Jarmusch , Martin Scorsese , Coen brothers , JC , Quentin Tarantino , Robert Altman and others. In the late 1980s has been active in the field of independent filmmaking, have appeared in the Coen brothers, Tarantino and other well-known independent film director's work, as a good starred in quirky alternative edge role is known, in which the 1992 "Reservoir Dogs" and The 1996 "Ice Blood Storm" is the most talked about. In 1997, he was ranked 52nd in the 100 film history superstars by the British " Empire " magazine.
    In addition to acting, Basemi is also a good screenwriter and director. His first short film "What Happened to Pete" has participated in many film exhibitions such as Rotterdam and Lucano. His feature film debut "Trees Lounge" was nominated for Cannes "Director's Fortnight", and his second work " Animal Factory " also premiered at the sundance film festival . He is now a unique character in Hollywood. 
    In 2019, starred in the film " The Dead Don't Die " directed by James R. Jarmusch premiered at the Cannes Film Festival . 
    Extended Reading
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