Dillon, Matthew Raymond
Born: Feb 18, 1964 AD
Currently alive, at 50 years of age.
1964 - Matt Dillon was born on February 18th in New Rochelle, New York.
1979 - He showed up, put on a swagger and petulant attitude for the casting director and landed his first film role, appearing in Over the Edge, a "troubled-youth" film about bored Colorado teenagers fighting developers, their parents and the police.
1980-1982 - He was the object of teenage female desire in "Little Darlings", and followed that as a poor boy eloping with a rich girl in "Liar's Moon".
1998 - He was hilarious as a sleazy private eye lovestruck by Cameron Diaz in the box-office smash "There's Something About Mary".
2001-2002 - He starred in the black comedy "One Night at McCool's", made his feature film directorial debut with "City of Ghosts".
- He wrote and directed the film "City of Ghosts" with James Caan, which was poorly received at the box office and criticized by Asian activists for its depiction of Cambodian prostitutes.
2004 - Had a day that goes from bad to worse in "Employee of the Month".
- His work in the Best Picture Academy Award winner "Crash", Dillon received a long-overdue Oscar nomination, as Best Supporting Actor.
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