Adrien Brody is the youngest actor to ever win the Best Actor Oscar, at age 29, for his lead role in The Pianist. Brody sat down with The Guardian‘s Alex Needham in 2014 to reflect on how his Oscar win shaped his career. Read the interview here. His new film, the modern film noir thriller Manhattan Night, opens this Friday, May 20.
Brody continues to win awards for his performances, including his recent work in The Grand Budapest Hotel, and as the title character in Houdini. He is becoming increasingly recognized as a painter, and was a producer of Manhattan Night through his new production company, Fable House.
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