More Juliette Lewis Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Stasky & Hutch)Juliette Lewis was still in her teens when she earned Oscar and Golden Globe Nominations for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear, with Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte and Jessica Lange. Following that performance, Lewis earned roles in Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives and That Night alongside C. Thomas Howell.
Most recently, Lewis had a small but memorable role in Todd Phillips' college comedy Old School. Lewis' career also includes such films as Kalifornia with Brad Pitt, the indie classic What's Eating Gilbert Grape?, Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers, The Basketball Diaries, Nora Ephron's Mixed Nuts, Strange Days with Ralph Fiennes and Angela Bassett, Quentin Tarantino's From Dusk Till Dawn, The Other Sister with Diane Keaton and The Evening Star with Shirley MacLaine, directed by Garry Marshall.
Lewis also recently appeared in HBO's critically acclaimed drama Hysterical Blindness with Uma Thurman and Gena Rowlands, and Adam Arkin's My Louisiana Sky, receiving Emmy nominations for both roles. She was also seen in Enough alongside Jennifer Lopez and Cold Creek Manor starring Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone.
Next up for Lewis is the adventure-western Blueberry, based on the French comic book, with Vincent Cassell and Michael Madsen and the drama Aurora Borealis with Joshua Jackson and Donald Sutherland.
Bio courtesy Warner Bros. for "Stasky & Hutch" (17-Jun-2004)
Biography #3 (for Enough)Juliette Lewis, who plays 'Ginny,' Slim's fellow waitress and loyal friend in Enough, is one of the most captivating performers of her generation. Bringing an emotional rawness and authenticity to every one of her film roles, she has proven her ability to embody a broad spectrum of characters.
It was in l991 that the actress amazed audiences and critics alike for her riveting work in Martin Scorsese's remake of Cape Fear, co-starring Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte and Jessica Lange. Her performance earned both Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actress. She next joined the cast of the Woody Allen comedy Husbands and Wives, in which she played a college student with a penchant for older men, followed by That Night, co-starring C. Thomas Howell.
Other roles quickly followed, including Kalifornia with Brad Pitt, and Lasse Hallstrom's What's Eating Gilbert Grape with Leonardo DiCaprio and Johnny Depp. She stirred up screen controversy in the Oliver Stone satire, Natural Born Killers, with Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Downey Jr., then re-teamed with Leonardo DiCaprio in The Basketball Diaries. She went on to star opposite Steve Martin in the Nora Ephron comedy Mixed Nuts, with Ralph Fiennes in the futuristic Strange Days, and with George Clooney in the vampire tale From Dusk Til' Dawn. She also starred opposite Shirley MacLaine in The Evening Star and with Giovanni Ribisi in The Other Sister, directed by Garry Marshall.
Lewis recently appeared in a trio of diverse movie roles: the western The Way of the Gun, co-starring Benecio Del Toro and James Caan; Susan Siedelman's Gaudi Afternoon, and the independent film Room to Rent. Her upcoming projects include Mira Nair's Hysterical Blindness with Uma Thurman and Gena Rowlands; Todd Phillip's comedy Old School with Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn; and Adam Arkin's My Louisiana Sky, for which she has received an Emmy nomination.
Bio courtesy Columbia Pictures for "Enough" (01-Jan-2000)