John Cusack

John Cusack (Born in 1966)

John Paul Cusack (born June 28, 1966 - Height: 6' 2½" (1,89 m)) is an American film actor and screenwriter. He has appeared in more than 50 films, including The Journey of Natty Gann, Say Anything..., Grosse Point Blank, Con Air, High Fidelity, and 2012. Cusack was born in Evanston, Illinois, to a Catholic Irish-American family. His mother, Ann Paula "Nancy" (née Carolan), is a former mathematics teacher and political activist. His father, Richard Cusack (1925–2003), was an actor, as are John's siblings, Ann, Joan, Bill, and Susie. His father was also a documentary filmmaker, owned a film production company, and was a friend of activist Philip Berrigan. Cusack spent a year at New York University before dropping out, saying that he had "too much fire in [his] belly". Cusack is a fan of both the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox, for which, he says, he is "in trouble there". He has led the crowd in a performance of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" at Wrigley Field. He has also been spotted at multiple Chicago Bears games, and attended many of the Stanley Cup Finals games in support of the Chicago Blackhawks. Cusack has trained in kickboxing for over 20 years, under former world kickboxing champion Benny Urquidez. He began training under Urquidez in preparation for his role in Say Anything... and currently holds the rank of a level 6 black belt in Urquidez's Ukidokan Kickboxing system. Description above from the Wikipedia article John Cusack, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. See online movies from John Cusack below.

John Cusack Movies

We're No Animals

A Hollywood actor grows tired of making the same corporate m...

Singularity

When Elias van Dorne, CEO of the world's largest robotics co...

Igor

A cliché hunchbacked evil scientist's assistant aspires to b...

Shanghai

An American man returns to a corrupt, Japanese-occupied Shan...

Cell

When a strange signal pulsates through all cell phone networ...

Arsenal

After the deadbeat brother of a businessman is assumed to be...

Love & Mercy

In the late 1960s, the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson stops tourin...

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