Ethan Hawke

Ethan Hawke and Gonzo

Ethan Hawke (b. 1970) is a former child movie star who made a successful transition into films as an adult.

He was interviewed by Gonzo in the Fall 1985 issue of Muppet Magazine, relating to his film debut in John Landis' Explorers.

His breakthrough role came in the Robin Williams' feature Dead Poets Society. Hawke received an Academy Award nomination for Training Day (with Denzel Washington), and made his Broadway debut in Chekhov's The Seagull. Other stage credits include Shakespeare's Henry IV and The Cherry Orchard.

Married to actress Uma Thurman for a time, Hawke's other credits include a guest stint on Alias, playing the title role in Hamlet, and Great Expectations.

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