Edward Norton on landing 'Primal Fear' after Leo passed, making 'Fight Club' funny and who's his favorite Bruce Banner
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Edward Norton didn't need much time to establish himself as an acting powerhouse on screen. The Boston-born, Columbia, Maryland-raised actor who began his career off-Broadway was turning heads in Hollywood before his first movie even came out thanks to a buzzed-about audition tape for what would become his first role, Primal Fear (1996). The audition, where Norton arrived in character as the stuttering Southerner altar boy Aaron Stampler, took on a life of its own, earning a Nirvana demo-like aura and helping land the budding actor gigs for acclaimed filmmakers (Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You and Miloš Forman's The People vs. Larry Flynt) that would come out the same year.
Edward Norton on landing 'Primal Fear' after Leo passed, making 'Fight Club' funny and who's his favorite Bruce Banner #Entertainment #Gossip #FightClub #EdwardNorton #PrimalFear #Funny #who #BruceBanner #HBO #Hollywood Edward Norton didn't need much time to establish himself as an acting powerhouse on screen. The Boston-born, Columbia, Maryland-raised actor who began his career off-Broadway was turning heads in Hollywood before his first movie even came out thanks to a buzzed-about audition tape for what would become his first role, Primal Fear (1996). The audition, where Norton arrived in character as the stuttering Southerner altar boy Aaron Stampler, took on a life of its own, earning a Nirvana demo-like aura and helping land the budding actor gigs for acclaimed filmmakers (Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You and Miloš Forman's The People vs. Larry Flynt) that would come out the same year.
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