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Michael J. Fox
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Killing Zoe
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Gillian Anderson
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Julie Delpy
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Les Dudek
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Pulp Fiction
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Eric Stoltz

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Eric Stoltz

American actor, director and producer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1961.

Countries: United States (79%), France (6%), Canada (4%)

Main connections: Back to the Future, Michael J. Fox, Killing Zoe

Linked to: NBC, American Broadcasting Company

 

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Eric Stoltz was born in 1961 add something


1970

In the 1970s Stoltz joined a repertory company that performed ten plays at the Edinburgh Festival add something


1978

In 1978, he was cast as Steve Benson in the TV adaptation of Erma Bombeck's "The Grass Is Always Greener Over The Septic Tank" add something


1979

He returned to the United States in 1979, when he entered USC as a drama student, but subsequently dropped out to pursue film and TV roles add something


1980

Among other roles in the 1980s, he appeared in the 1987 hit, John Hughes's "Some Kind of Wonderful" add something


1981

When he moved to New York for his studies in 1981, he met Stella Adler and Peggy Feury add something


1982

Jennifer Jason Leigh - In 1982, she played a teenager who gets pregnant in the Cameron Crowe- scripted high school comedy "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", which served as a launching pad for several of its young stars, including Sean Penn, Judge Reinhold, Forest Whitaker, Eric Stoltz, Anthony Edwards, Phoebe Cates and Nicolas Cage


1984

Les Dudek - Dudek wrote and performed some of the music for the 1984 movie "Mask" starring Cher, Sam Elliott, Eric Stoltz, and Laura Dern


1985

In 1985, Stoltz garnered attention with a Golden Globe nomination starring as Rocky Dennis in "Mask" add something

 

Originally cast as Marty McFly for "Back to the Future" in 1985, he was replaced after five weeks of filming, when Michael J. Fox agreed to divide time between the movie and his television sitcom, "Family Ties" add something


1987

Candace Cameron Bure - In 1987, she had a role as the youngest sister of Eric Stoltz in the teen comedy "Some Kind of Wonderful", which was produced by John Hughes


 

He was nominated for a Tony award as Featured Actor for his performance as George Gibbs in the 1989 Broadway revival of Thorton Wilder's "Our Town" add something


1990

During the 1990s, Stoltz went back and forth between stage, film, and television, appearing in studio and independent films such as "Pulp Fiction" and "The Waterdance" add something


1993

Ralph Macchio - In 1993, Macchio portrayed Chris, the sexually confused best friend of Eric Stoltz's character, in the indie film "Naked in New York", along with such notable actors as Mary-Louise Parker, Jill Clayburgh, Kathleen Turner, and Tony Curtis


1994

Julie Delpy - In 1994, she starred opposite Eric Stoltz in Roger Avary's directorial debut "Killing Zoe", a cult heist film capturing the Generation X zeitgeist

 

Killing Zoe - "'Killing Zoe"' is a 1994 American-French crime film written and directed by Roger Avary and starring Eric Stoltz, Jean-Hugues_Anglade, and Julie Delpy

 

Sleep with Me - "'Sleep With Me"' is a 1994 American romantic comedy film directed by Rory Kelly and starring Meg Tilly, Eric Stoltz and Craig Sheffer, who play good friends that become involved in a love triangle, a relationship complicated by the marriage of Tilly's and Stoltz's characters


 

Los Angeles Film Festival - Stoltz received the Indie Support award at the 1998 Los Angeles Film Festival add something


1999

Amy Ryan - Because of the deletion of the scene wherein she played Eric Stoltz's wife in Allison Anders's "Grace of My Heart," Ryan made her 1999 movie debut in "Roberta"

 

Nathaniel Branden - The book was made into a motion picture in 1999 titled "The Passion of Ayn Rand", starring Helen Mirren as Rand and Eric Stoltz as Branden


2000

During the first part of the 2000s, he starred with Gillian Anderson in "The House of Mirth" , based on the novel by Edith Wharton add something

 

Gillian Anderson - Again in 2000 starred in the film "The House of Mirth" with Eric Stoltz, an adaptation of the Edith Wharton novel of the same name, where she won such *awards as the National Society of Film Critics *award for Best Actress, British Independent Film *award for Best Actress and Village Voice Film Poll Best Lead Performance

 

Trini Alvarado - She played various roles on the small screen, appearing alongside Eric Stoltz for the third time, in 2000's "The Last Dance" amid a string of TV guest appearances and movies


2001

From 2001 to 2002, he had a recurring role as the English teacher-poet August Dimitri in ABC's "Once and Again", where Julia Whelan's character, a teenager, fell in love with his character add something

 

Kim Dickens - On television, Dickens starred in short-lived CBS drama "Big Apple" in 2001, and later on Showtime miniseries "Out of Order" opposite Felicity Huffman and Eric Stoltz


2002

He directed an episode of the show in 2002 add something

 

Back to the Future (franchise) - The footage that was shot with Eric Stoltz in the role of Marty McFly before he was replaced with Michael J. Fox was not included in Universal's original DVD release in 2002 or in 2009, despite many fans hoping that Universal would include it


2003

In 2003, he played his first leading TV role in "Out of Order", which was canceled after five episodes add something


2004

In 2004, he appeared in "The Butterfly Effect" as a child molester; the following year, he guest-starred in the NBC sitcom "Will & Grace" as Debra Messing's love interest add something

 

Richard Dreyfuss - In April 2004, he appeared in the revival of Sly Fox on Broadway.


2007

Beginning in 2007, Stoltz directed episodes of the drama series "Quarterlife", which began airing as webisodes and were picked up to air on the NBC network in 2008 add something


2009

Joseph Gordon-Levitt - Sundance Film Festival - Gordon-Levitt's first film as director, the 24 minute-long "Sparks", an adaptation of a short story by Elmore Leonard starring Carla Gugino and Eric Stoltz, was selected for the 2009 Sundance Film Festival as part of a new program for short films


2010

This was referenced in a 2010 episode of "Fringe" where, in an alternate universe, a theater marquee reads "Back to the Future" starring Eric Stoltz" add something


2011

In 2011 Stoltz is seen back on the silver screen with the film "Fort McCoy", he earned accolades for his leading role as a conflicted barber of German heritage forced to suppress his American patriotism after moving his family to a post-World War II military base which houses a German POW camp add something


2012

Christopher Showerman - In 2012, Shorris Film co-produced "Bristled : The Howl Chronicles' starring Eric Stoltz


2014

Starting in 2014, Stoltz became the producing director of the CBS political drama series "Madam Secretary" add something