Knowledge Identifier: +John_Malkovich
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1953.
Countries: United States (37%), United Kingdom (21%), France (8%)
Linked to: Illinois State University, St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Los Angeles Times
He was a member of a folk/rock musical trio, and was a member of a local summer theater/comedy project in Benton, Illinois in 1972, where he co-starred in Jean-Claude Van Itallie's America Hurrah.
Malkovich was married to actress Glenne Headly from 1982 to 1988.
Gary Sinise - In 1983, he earned an Obie *award for his direction and a year later appeared with John Malkovich in the PBS' "American Playhouse" production of the play
Malkovich won an Emmy Award for this role when the play was adapted for television by CBS in 1985.
In 1994, he was nominated for another Oscar, in the same category, for In the Line of Fire.
Javier Bardem - In 1997, John Malkovich was the first to approach him, a 27-year-old, for a role in English, but the Spanish actor turned down the offer because his English was still poor
Peter Sarsgaard - He received his substantial role in the 1998 film "The Man in the Iron Mask", where he played Raoul, the ill-fated son of John Malkovich's dueling Musketeer, Athos
Bella Freud - Freud worked with John Malkovich in 1999 to produce three short films in forty-eight hours to document her fashion collection
Peaches (musician) - In 2002, Peaches appeared in "Hideous Man", a short film directed by John Malkovich
Javier Bardem - Instead, in 2002, Bardem starred in John Malkovich's directorial debut, "The Dancer Upstairs"
Nicholas Shakespeare - "The Dancer Upstairs" was made into a 2002 film, for which Shakespeare wrote the screenplay and which John Malkovich directed
Talleyrand - For his performance John Malkovich was nominated for an Emmy in 2003 as "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie"
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord - For his performance John Malkovich was nominated for an Emmy in 2003 as "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie"
John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester - The 2004 film "The Libertine", based on Jeffreys's play, starred Johnny Depp as Rochester, Samantha Morton as Elizabeth Barry, John Malkovich as King Charles II, Rosamund Pike as Elizabeth Malet, and Rupert Friend as Billy Downs, the companion and apparent lover who was killed by the pike
Jonathan Ames - Ames appears in "The Great Buck Howard", directed by Sean McGinly and starring John Malkovich, which debuted at Sundance in 2008
Steve Jacobs - In 2008 he directed John Malkovich in a film adaptation of J. M. Coetzee's novel "Disgrace", again produced and adapted by Monticelli
Colin Hanks - In 2008, he appeared in "The Great Buck Howard", which was produced by his father and starred John Malkovich
Jessica Haines - She is best known for the 2008 film "Disgrace" in which she acts alongside John Malkovich
Daniel Bruhl - Brühl starred in the 2010 British-Russian production "In Transit" where he played a young Nazi soldier opposite John Malkovich
In 2012 he directed a production of a newly-adapted French-language version of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" for the Théâtre de l'Atelier in Paris
The production has a limited engagement in July 2013 at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City
Being John Malkovich - Regarding his video about the theory in the January 2018 issue of "Empire", Peele expressed interest in casting John Malkovich in a "Get Out" sequel, stating that it would be "cool" to "do the full trilogy"
David Mamet - It was announced in 2019 that David Mamet will return to the London West End with his new play Bitter Wheat starring John Malkovich