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An Illinois native, John Malkovich became a charter member of Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company in 1976.
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Malkovich won awards as both an actor and a director before garnering an Emmy for his role as Biff Loman in the TV movie adaptation of "Deat…
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Many consider Malkovich's breakout role to be the 1988 film "Dangerous Liaisons," in which he played sensual aristocrat Valmont.
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Malkovich has twice been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, once for "Places in the Heart" (1985) and then again for…
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Although audiences know Malkovich for his many roles as villains, the 1999 film "Being John Malkovich" allowed him a unique opportunity - to…
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In 1998, Malkovich entered the producing world by creating Mr. Mudd, a production company with producers Lianne Halfon and Russell Smith.
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In addition to garnering accolades as an actor, director and producer, Malkovich created his own fashion company in 2002, Mrs. Mudd. He rele…
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Malkovich is fluent in French and resides with his family in both the U.S. and France.
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