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Brad Pitt Biography:

William Bradley Pitt was born December 18, 1963, in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The oldest of three children, Pitt was an extremely active child while attending Kickapoo High School. Bill Pitt, a trucking company manager, wanted his children, Brad, Doug, and Julie, to attend church regularly, and this is what young Brad did when he wasn't singing in school musicals, playing sports at school, or on the debating team.

Although Pitt was always a movie buff, he decided to attend the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri, to study journalism with a focus in advertising, and live the regular life of a college frat boy. Apparently, his love for film kicked in and Pitt decided to head for the land of aspiring actors -- L.A. -- two credits shy of graduating. He told his parents that he was heading to the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena for fear that they would not let him go.

But Pitt was far from a student while in California. He was actually donning a chicken suit for El Pollo Loco and working as a limo driver for strippers. These odd jobs served to pay for acting classes, which eventually led to bit parts on the primetime soap, Dallas, and the daytime soap, Another World. Soon enough he made his substantial feature film debut, in the low-budget thriller, Cutting Class (1989). It was in this film that he met actress Jill Schoelen, with whom he had a short courtship.

After uncredited roles in No Man's Land, Less Than Zero, and the made-for-TV movie Too Young to Die? (where Pitt met longtime honey Juliette Lewis), Pitt gained recognition in 15 minutes of screen time as lone roamer J.D. in 1991's Thelma and Louise. Obviously Pitt was not sentenced to a mere 15 minutes of fame, as the film offers began to come in.

That same year Pitt appeared in Johnny Suede, and in 1992 he co-starred with Kim Basinger in Cool World. After starring in Robert Redford's drama A River Runs Through It, Pitt appeared in crime-related films such as True Romance and Kalifornia (again with Juliette Lewis). But it was after his role in the epic Legends of the Fall that Pitt was branded People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" in 1995.

Plagued by this title, Pitt was forever determined to associate himself with being a great actor, even though his roles in A River Runs Through It and Interview With The Vampire were praiseworthy. He wouldn't have to worry for long, as Pitt had many other opportunities to showcase his incredible talent.

He starred as detective David Mills in the thriller Se7en in 1995, alongside his sweetheart of two and a half years and former fiancée, Gwyneth Paltrow. That year he shone (in a disturbing way) as deranged Jeffrey Goines in 12 Monkeys, a role that garnered him a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor. He then appeared as a lawyer in the 1996 drama, Sleepers, and put on an Irish accent to portray an I.R.A. terrorist in The Devil's Own, co-starring Harrison Ford.

Pitt starred in Seven Years In Tibet in 1997, and took on the role of Death himself in Meet Joe Black (which thankfully did not kill his career), alongside Claire Forlani. In 1999, Pitt made a cameo in Being John Malkovich. His portrayal of eccentric and intriguing Tyler Durden in the bloody Fight Club was outstanding.

Pitt began dating Jennifer Aniston in the late 1990s, and on July 29th, 2000 they tied the knot after a highly publicized courtship.

In 2000 Pitt played a Gypsy with an almost incomprehensible accent in Guy Ritchie’s Snatch. The following year Pitt starred in the light-hearted romantic comedy The Mexican (2001) with Julia Roberts. He also played a CIA operative in Spy Game (2001) with Robert Redford; and a smooth con-artist in the star-packed Steven Soderbergh film Ocean’s Eleven. In 2002 Brad only appeared in two cameo appearances in Full Frontal and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.

Pitt lent his voice to the animated adventure movie Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003), which is coming out later this year. He also has just finished filming the part of Achilles in the film Troy, set to come out in 2004.

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