Aaron Eckhart

Actor, Bus driver, Construction worker
A longtime actor in playwright Neil LaBute's stable, Aaron Eckhart first caught moviegoers' attention in his film debut as the unctuous businessman Chad in the wicked black comedy "In the Company of Men" (1997) ... Read more »
Born: 03/12/1968 in Cupertino, California, USA


Actor (43)

London Has Fallen 2016 (Movie)

President Benjamin Asher (Actor)

Bleed for This 2015 (Movie)

Kevin Rooney (Actor)

My All American 2015 (Movie)

Coach Darrell Royal (Actor)

Fade Out 2014 (Movie)

Jim Connelly (Actor)

I, Frankenstein 2014 (Movie)

Adam (Actor)

Incarnate 2014 (Movie)


Olympus Has Fallen 2013 (Movie)

President Benjamin Asher (Actor)

Erased 2012 (Movie)

Ben Logan (Actor)

Battle: Los Angeles 2011 (Movie)

Michael Nantz (Actor)

CNN Heroes: An All Star Tribute 2010 - 2011 (TV Show)


The Rum Diary 2011 (Movie)

Sanderson (Actor)

Rabbit Hole 2010 (Movie)

Howie (Actor)

2009 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet Special 2008 - 2009 (TV Show)


Love Happens 2009 (Movie)

Burke (Actor)

The 14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards 2008 - 2009 (TV Show)


The 66th Annual Golden Globes Awards 2008 - 2009 (TV Show)


Meet Bill 2008 (Movie)

Bill (Actor)

The Dark Knight 2008 (Movie)

Harvey Dent (Actor)

Towelhead 2008 (Movie)

Travis Vuoso (Actor)

No Reservations 2007 (Movie)

Nick Palmer (Actor)

Operation Homecoming 2007 (Movie)


Conversations With Other Women 2006 (Movie)

Man (Actor)

Thank You for Smoking 2006 (Movie)

Nick Naylor (Actor)

The Black Dahlia 2006 (Movie)

Leland "Lee" Blanchard (Actor)

The Wicker Man 2006 (Movie)

Truck Stop Patron (Actor)

Neverwas 2005 (Movie)

Zach Riley (Actor)

Suspect Zero 2004 (Movie)

Thomas Mackelway (Actor)

Paycheck 2003 (Movie)

Rethrick (Actor)

The Core 2003 (Movie)

Dr Josh Keyes (Actor)

The Missing 2003 (Movie)

Brake Baldwin (Actor)

Possession 2002 (Movie)

Roland Michell (Actor)

The Pledge 2001 (Movie)

Detective Stan Krolak (Actor)

Erin Brockovich 2000 (Movie)

George (Actor)

Nurse Betty 2000 (Movie)

Del (Actor)

Any Given Sunday 1999 (Movie)

Nick Crozier (Actor)

Molly 1999 (Movie)

Buck McKay (Actor)

Thursday 1998 (Movie)

Nick (Actor)

Your Friends & Neighbors 1998 (Movie)

Barry (Actor)

In the Company of Men 1997 (Movie)

Chad (Actor)

Aliens in the Family 1995 - 1996 (TV Show)


Ancient Secrets of the Bible, Part II 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


Crossroads 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


Double Jeopardy 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)

Producer (2)

Meet Bill 2008 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Neverwas 2005 (Movie)



A longtime actor in playwright Neil LaBute's stable, Aaron Eckhart first caught moviegoers' attention in his film debut as the unctuous businessman Chad in the wicked black comedy "In the Company of Men" (1997). Previously, Eckhart had been struggling to find his way on television - both in series and in commercials - as well as on the big screen. After collaborating again with LaBute on "Your Friends and Neighbors" (1998), Eckhart branched out on his own, first landing a small part in "Any Given Sunday" (1999), then gaining wider recognition in the award-winning hit, "Erin Brockovich" (2000). He continued to delve into richly varied characters under LaBute's direction, playing an insensitive thug in "Nurse Betty" (2000) before calmly shifting gears for a romantic lead in "Possession" (2002). Meanwhile, he captured the attention of top Hollywood talent, being cast by the likes of Sean Penn in "The Pledge" (2001) and Ron Howard in "The Missing" (2003), though he struggled to find that one defining role to propel him into his own. His opportunity finally arrived with a deviously enjoyable performance as an unapologetic spokesman for Big Tobacco in "Thank You For Smoking" (2005), which earned the talented actor the strongest praise of his career, leading to massive mainstream exposure with his portrayal of Batman's nemesis, Two Face, in "The Dark Knight" (2008). His appearance in the box office blockbuster was an accomplishment recognized by several critics, firmly placing Eckhart's name on the roster of contemporary A-list actors.


Emily Cline Actor

Previously engaged Split in 1998

James Eckhart


Mary Eckhart

Wrote children's books

Adam Eckhart

Born in 1966

James Eckhart

Born in 1963

Kristyn Osborn Song

Eckhart appeared in Osborn's country group SHeDAISY's video "I'm Taking the Wheel" (2005) Together from 2006-07

Gwyneth Paltrow Actor

Met while filming "Possesion" (2002) No longer together

Molly Sims Actor

Dated for several months in 2009 No longer together

Ashley Wicks

Began dating in 2007 No longer together


Brigham Young University

Provo , Utah 1994
Met future collaborator Neil LaBute in a film class

Attended high school in England; dropped out but later obtained his diploma by correspondence course



Played the U.S. President in action thriller "Olympus Has Fallen"


Acted opposite Johnny Depp in big screen adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's novel "The Rum Diary"


Co-starred with Nicole Kidman as a mourning couple in indie drama "Rabbit Hole"


Played a widowed self-help author alongside Jennifer Aniston in romantic drama "Love Happens"


Landed major role in Christopher Nolan's Batman film series as District Attorney Harvey Dent in "The Dark Knight"


Portrayed a guy whose life isn't going according to plan in "Meet Bill"; also executive produced


Cast opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones in "No Reservations," the American remake of 2001 German feature "Mostly Martha"


Portrayed the chief spokesman for the tobacco lobby in Jason Reitman's satirical comedy "Thank You for Smoking"


Portrayed detective Lee Blanchard in "The Black Dahlia," Brian De Palma's adaptation of James Ellroy's classic noir novel


Starred as FBI agent Thomas Mackelway in thriller "Suspect Zero"


Co-starred with Uma Thurman and Ben Affleck in John Woo directed "Paycheck"


Along with Hilary Swank, co-starred in science fiction thriller "The Core"


Co-starred with Gwyneth Paltrow in "Possession," directed by Neil LaBute


Teamed with Jack Nicholson in Sean Penn directed "The Pledge"


Cast opposite Renée Zellweger in "Nurse Betty"; third collaboration with director Neil LaBute


Delivered a memorable turn as the biker who falls in love with the title character (Julia Roberts) in "Erin Brockovich"


Played small part of an assistant coach in Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday"


Re-teamed with LaBute for "Your Friends and Neighbors"; gained 45 pounds to play an unhappily married man


Feature film debut, "In the Company of Men"; first collaboration with director Neil LaBute


Appeared on two episodes of ABC sitcom "Aliens in the Family"


Portrayed Samson in CBS special "Ancient Secrets of the Bible, Part II"


Early TV acting credit, appearing on ABC series "Crossroads"


Made TV movie debut in Showtime's "Double Jeopardy"


Appeared as an extra on episode of "Beverly Hills, 90210" (Fox)


Met future collaborator Neil LaBute while attending Brigham Young University

Raised in Cupertino, CA

After college, moved to NYC

Dropped out of high school and moved to Sydney, Australia

Lived with family in England as a teenager