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Milo Addica
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Milo Addica

Screenwriter Milo Addica was nominated for an Academy Award, Writers Guild Award and Independent Spirit Award for his first screenplay, MONSTER'S BALL, which he co-wrote and co­produced. He co-wrote BIRTH, the highly anticipated new film by Jonathan Glazer starring Nicole Kidman, with Glazer and Jean-Claude Carriere.

Addica's additional projects include THE KING, starring Gael Garcia Bernal and William Hurt, which Addica will also produce and is to be directed by James Marsh; UNDER THE SKIN, co­written with Glazer, which Glazer plans to direct, and IRON CROSS for Imagine Entertainment and Universal Pictures.

Also an accomplished actor, he appears in BIRTH, will play a key role in THE KING, and played the role of Tommy Roulaine, an execution team member, in MONSTERS BALL. Addica has also appeared in such television programs as Family of Spies, directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal, and The Final Days, directed by Richard Pierce.

Raised in New York City, Addica began his career studying at Herbert Berghoff Acting Studio in Greenwich Village. Addica continued his theater studies at the University of Massachusetts, and then returned to New York to study at the Neighborhood Playhouse. He then attended Hunter College where he wrote his first play, Under the Rug, which was chosen to be produced at the college's one-act play festival, receiving critical accolades.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

Milo Addica Facts

OccupationScreenwriter, Actor

Selected Filmography

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