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Mark Ruffalo

Mark RuffaloBorn: 22-Nov-1967
Birthplace: Kenosha, WI

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: 13 Going on 30

Mark Ruffalo was a skate punk in his teen years, then came to Los Angeles to study drama at the Stella Adler Academy. It took him six years to complete a three-year course of study there. Through the 1990s, Ruffalo went to more than 800 auditions, landing almost nothing but the occasional TV commercial and roles in plays at tiny Los Angeles area venues. Ruffalo's first prominent film role was the lead in You Can Count on Me (2000), and he had a large role in John Woo's Windtalkers (2002). That same year he had a benign tumor cut out of his brain, though at the time, Ruffalo's agent announced that only "a minor cyst" was removed from his ear. The surgery and ten months of recovery cost Ruffalo a role in Signs. In Ruffalo's first post-op role, he played Meg Ryan's sex interest in Jane Campion's In the Cut (2003).

Father: (contractor)
Mother: (hairdresser)
Sister: Tania Ruffalo (hairdresser)
Brother: Scott Ruffalo (hairdresser, d. 8-Dec-2008)
Sister: Nicole Ruffalo (hairdresser)
Wife: Sunrise Coigney (actress, m. Jun-2000, one son, one daughter)
Son: Keen Ruffalo (b. 2001)
Daughter: Bella (b. May-2005)

    High School: First Colonial High School, Virginia Beach, VA

    Kucinich for President
    Obama for America
    Progressive Patriots Fund
    Italian Ancestry
    French-Canadian Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Brain Cancer

    The Beat Zane Marinelli (2000)

    Sympathy for Delicious (23-Jan-2010)

    Avengers: Endgame (22-Apr-2019)
    Avengers: Infinity War (23-Apr-2018)
    Thor: Ragnarok (10-Oct-2017)
    Now You See Me 2 (2-Jun-2016)
    Spotlight (3-Sep-2015)
    Avengers: Age of Ultron (13-Apr-2015)
    The Normal Heart (25-May-2014)
    Foxcatcher (19-May-2014)
    Infinitely Polar Bear (18-Jan-2014)
    Begin Again (7-Sep-2013)
    Now You See Me (21-May-2013)
    FrackNation (7-Jan-2013) · Himself
    Thanks for Sharing (8-Sep-2012)
    The Avengers (11-Apr-2012)
    Margaret (30-Sep-2011) · Maretti
    Date Night (6-Apr-2010) · Brad Sullivan
    Shutter Island (13-Feb-2010) · Chuck Aule
    The Kids Are All Right (25-Jan-2010) · Paul
    Sympathy for Delicious (23-Jan-2010) · Fr. Joe
    Where the Wild Things Are (13-Oct-2009) · The Boyfriend
    What Doesn't Kill You (10-Sep-2008) · Brian Reilly
    The Brothers Bloom (9-Sep-2008) · Stephen
    Blindness (14-May-2008)
    Reservation Road (13-Sep-2007)
    Zodiac (2-Mar-2007)
    Chicago 10 (18-Jan-2007) [VOICE]
    All the King's Men (10-Sep-2006) · Adam Stanton
    Rumor Has It... (22-Dec-2005)
    Just Like Heaven (16-Sep-2005)
    Collateral (6-Aug-2004) · Fanning
    13 Going on 30 (14-Apr-2004) · Matt Flamhaff
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (19-Mar-2004) · Stan
    We Don't Live Here Anymore (20-Jan-2004) · Jack Linden
    In the Cut (9-Sep-2003) · Det. Malloy
    View from the Top (21-Mar-2003) · Ted
    My Life Without Me (10-Feb-2003) · Lee
    Windtalkers (14-Jun-2002) · Pappas
    XX/XY (11-Jan-2002) · Coles
    The Last Castle (19-Oct-2001)
    You Can Count On Me (21-Jan-2000) · Terry
    Committed (21-Jan-2000) · T-Bo
    Ride with the Devil (9-Sep-1999) · Alf Bowden
    A Fish in the Bathtub (1999) · Joel
    Houdini (7-Oct-1998)
    54 (28-Aug-1998)
    Safe Men (7-Aug-1998) · Frank
    On the 2nd Day of Christmas (8-Dec-1997)
    The Dentist (13-Sep-1996) · Steve Landers
    There Goes My Baby (2-Sep-1994)

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