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Jason Schwartzman
Also known as:Jason Francesco Schwartzman
Occupation:Actor • Screenplay • Voice Cast • Music • Writer
Born:June 26, 1980
Birthplace:Los Angeles, California, United States Of America
Spouse:Brady Cunningham
Jason Francesco Schwartzman is an American actor, screenwriter and musician. He is the son of actress Talia Shire and late producer Jack Schwartzman. He made his debut in the critically acclaimed film Rushmore (1998). Jason was then seen in films like CQ (2001) and Spun (2002) as wel as in television shows like The X`s and Cracking Up. Jason then collaborated with director Wes Anderson once again after his debut film and went on to star in The Darjeeling Limited (2007), Fantastic Mr.Fox (2009) and Moonrise Kingdom (2012). He was also part of the well-known television show Bored to Death. Jason`s last film was the critically acclaimed The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) and he now has the film Big Eyes lined up.
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Adrien Brody
B. J. Novak
Edward Norton
Brady Cunningham
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The French Dispatch
Between Two Ferns: The Movie
Wine Country
The Polka King
Big Eyes
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Moonrise Kingdom
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Funny People
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