Benjamin Géza Affleck-Boldt, one of Hollywood's best-known actors and directors, began his career in the early 1990s.
A remarkable characteristic of Ben Affleck is his ability to rise again after setbacks. Despite personal challenges and public controversy, he has remained focused on his work and has maintained his position as one of the leading actors in the film industry.
His breakthrough came in 1997 with the film "Good Will Hunting", which he co-wrote with his best friend Matt Damon and in which he also played a leading role. The film was a great success and earned Affleck and Damon the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.
He then had his international breakthrough in 1988 with the movie "Die Hard" in the role of John McClane, which he also played in the four sequels. Since then, it has been impossible to imagine Hollywood without the action hero, who has appeared in more than 140 productions.
Affleck has also made a name for himself as a producer and was involved in projects such as "Gone Girl" (2014) and "Justice League" (2017). Despite some personal setbacks and public controversy, he has established himself as one of the leading actors in the film industry.
74 awards & 135 nominations
In 2013, Affleck won an Oscar for Best Picture as a producer, a Golden Globe Award for Best Director and the BAFTA Award for Best Picture for the film "Argo".
We have listed some of his best and most famous films and series here:
2021: Zack Snyder's Justice League
2021: The Last Duel
2016: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
2016: The Accountant
2014: Gone Girl
2010: The Town
2009: State of Play
2009: He's Just Not That Into You
2002: Changing Lanes
2001: Pearl Harbor
1998: Shakespeare in Love
1997: Chasing Amy
1997: Good Will Hunting
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