Michael Pitt Biography, Age, Family, Movies, TV Show, Actor, Engaged and Boardwalk Empire

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Michael Pitt Biography

Michael Pitt born as Michael Carmen Pitt is an American actor, model and musician. Pitt is best known in film for his roles in Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers (2003), Gus Van Sant’s Last Days (2005), Michael Haneke’s Funny Games (2007) and M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village (2004), and in television for his roles as Henry Parker in the teen drama Dawson’s Creek, Jimmy Darmody in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire and Mason Verger in the NBC series Hannibal. Pitt has also appeared in the films Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001), Bully (2001), Silk (2007), Seven Psychopaths (2012), I Origins (2014), and Ghost in the Shell (2017)

Michael Pitt Age

Pitt was born on April 10, 1981 in West Orange, New Jersey, U.S. She is 37 years old as of 2018.

Michael Pitt Family

Pitt was born on April 10, 1981, in West Orange, New Jersey, the United States. He is the son of Marry Lindsey and Gilbert Pitt. Pitt’s mother was a medical caretaker at the nearby well-being center while his dad took workmanship classes and he was also an inside decorator. He has two sisters named Allison Pitt and Stacy Pitt. Pitt is of English, Irish and Italian descents and holds an American nationality. His parents separated when he was 4 years. He lived in Austin with his grandma more often. He spent his time playing guitar and making melodies at the age of 12 years old

Michael Pitt Brother

Pitt has two sisters he has no brother.

Michael Pitt Girlfriend |Michael Pitt Dating

Pitt revealed in 2005, that he had been “engaged for a long time now” to the model Jamie Bochert, and said of her: “She’s my other half.” Pitt is of half Italian heritage

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Michael Pitt Movies

2018  – Detective Chinatown 2 as Dr. James Springfield
2018 You Can’t Win Jack Black
2017 – Ghost in the Shell as Kuze
2016 – Criminal as Jan Strook
2015 – Macadam Stories as John McKenzie
2015 – The Driver as Carmen
2015 – Criminal Activities as Zach
2014 – Rob the Mob as Tommy Uva
2014 – The Smell of Us as Street Musician
2014 – I Origins as Ian Gray
2012 – Seven Psychopaths as Larry
2011 – Hugo as Projectionist
2007 – Funny Games as Paul
2007 – Silk as Hervé Joncour
2006 – Delirious as Toby Grace
2006 – The Hawk Is Dying as Fred
2005 – Last Days and Blake
2004 – The Village as Finton Coin
2004 – The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things as Buddy
2004 – Jailbait Randy
2003 – Rhinoceros Eyes as Chep
2003 – The Dreamers as Matthew
2002 – Murder by Numbers as Justin Pendleton
2001 – Bully as Donny Semenec
2001 – The Yellow Bird as Stuff
2001 – Hedwig and the Angry Inch as Tommy Gnosis
2000 – Finding Forrester as John Coleridge
1999 – Even Housewives in Minnesota Have Those Daydreams as Petey
1998 – Hi-Life as Boy Teen
1998 – 54 as Dance Student
TBA – The Last Days of American Crime

Michael Pitt Tv Shows

2017 – Animals. as Johnny (voice)
2014 – Hannibal as Mason Verge
2010–2011 – Boardwalk Empire as Jimmy Darmody
2008 – T Takes as The Guest in Room 113
2002 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Harry Baker
1999–2000 – Dawson’s Creek as Henry Parker
1998 – Law & Order as Andy
1997 – Dellaventura as Babyface

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2002 – What A Wonderful World by Joey Ramone as Punk Guy

Michael Pitt Boardwalk Empire

Pitt was cast as Jimmy Darmody in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire (about the rise of Atlantic City during the Prohibition era) in 2010, as the protégé of corrupt politician Nucky Thompson, played by Delirious co-star Steve Buscemi. He appeared in the show’s first two seasons and was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Critics’s Choice Award for his performance. He was cast in the recurring role of Mason Verger in the NBC series Hannibal in 2014 playing the role in the show’s second season. He later left and was replaced by Joe Anderson.

Michael Pitt Actor

Pitt earned a breakout role as the lover of a transgender rock star named Hedwig in the film adaptation of John Cameron Mitchell’s Tony Award-winning production Hedwig and the Angry Inch in 2001. Although not his first film role, Pitt’s performance as Tommy Gnosis led to a series of supporting roles in many acclaimed and often controversial films, including Larry Clark’s Bully, Murder by Numbers, and Funny Games, a remake of Michael Haneke’s 1997 film of the same name. One of Pitt’s more notable roles was as the lead in Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers.

Pitt attributes his success in films to a combination of hard work and the presence of “a few angels in my life.” He has also stressed that he chooses roles not with the hope that they will garner commercial success or to gain notoriety but to create art, challenge the audience, and ultimately contribute to a project that he is proud of:

Pitt has also appeared in Asia Argento’s Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things and M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village and starred in Gus Van Sant’s Last Days as a rock musician “inspired” by Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain.[4] He performed all of the songs, which closely resembled Cobain’s guitar and singing styles.

On the set of Last Days, Pitt met Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, who had been hired by Van Sant to serve as the film’s music consultant. The two  formed a close bond, with Moore writing, “[Gus] wanted me to hang out with Michael and talk about his character, and let him be in character. We ended up spending a lot of time together. My daughter Coco still relates to Michael as Blake from ‘Last Days'”.

He starred in the unconventional romantic comedy Delirious in 2006 as a young homeless man who befriends a celebrity photographer and falls in love with a pop singer. The movie appeared at the Sundance Film Festival. The following year, he played opposite Keira Knightley in Silk, adapted from the novel by Alessandro Baricco, as Hervé Joncour, a French silkworm smuggler, who falls in love with a baron’s concubine while in Japan.

Pitt juggled two starring roles in 2014, as Tommy Uva in the comedic American crime drama Rob the Mob and as a molecular biologist in search of the truth about the origins of the eye in the aptly-named I Origins.

Pitt starred in the science fiction action film Ghost in the Shell as the villanous hacker, Kuze, the Laughing Man in 2017.


Michael Pitt Net Worth

Pitt is an American actor and musician who has a net worth of $6 million.

Michael Pitt Bully

Pitt starred a psychological crime drama film directed by Larry Clark. It is based on the 1993 murder of Bobby Kent the plot which follows several young adults in South Florida who enact a murder plot against a mutual friend who has emotionally, physically and sexually abused them for years.

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