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Butler Back At Work After Replacing Bana In Brilliant GERARD BUTLER’s Acting

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Eric Bana was born Eric Banadinovic in Melbourne, Victoria, the younger of two children; he has a brother, Anthony. in a cover story for The Mail on Sunday, he told author Antonella Gambotto-Burke that his family had suffered from racist taunts, and that it had distressed him. “Wog is such a terrible word,” he said. The series, written and performed by Bana, featured skits, stand-up and celebrity guests, but failed to attract a substantial audience and was cancelled after only eight episodes due to low ratings. in 1997, in spite of his lack of experience in dramatic roles, Bana was approached by director Andrew Dominik to appear in the film Chopper (2000), a biopic based on the life of infamous Australian criminal Chopper Read.

Butler back at work after replacing Bana in Brilliant GERARD BUTLER’s acting career appears to be back on track after his recent rehab stint – he will re-place ERIC BANA in diamond heist thriller BRILLIANT. [link]

When Eric Bana Isnt Acting He Uses That Hollywood Fame To Raise

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When Eric Bana is’nt acting, he uses that Hollywood fame to raise awareness for charities. His dramatic screen plays always gross a lot of money. Eric Bana has got a hair that makes even grown ladies blush a little when they see it. Most critics in the motion picture industry agree he gave performances in his films worthy of accolades.. Get the latest data on Eric Bana here at Lve Celebs.

After A Decade Of Roles In Australian TV Shows And Films Bana

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After a decade of roles in Australian TV shows and films, Bana gained Hollywood’s attention by playing the role of American Delta Force Sergeant Norm “Hoot” Hooten in Black Hawk Down (2001), the lead role as Bruce Banner in the Ang Lee directed film Hulk (2003), Hector in the movie Troy (2004), the lead in Steven Spielberg’s Munich (2005), and the villain Nero in the science-fiction film Star Trek (2009). His father was a logistics manager for Caterpillar, Inc., and his German-born mother, Eleanor, was a hairdresser. in a cover story for The Mail on Sunday, he told author Antonella Gambotto-Burke that his family had suffered from racist taunts, and that it had distressed him. “Wog is such a terrible word,” he said. The series, written and performed by Bana, featured skits, stand-up and celebrity guests, but failed to attract a substantial audience and was cancelled after only eight episodes due to low ratings.