Casey Affleck

Actor, Director, Screenwriter
While still in his twenties, the likeable and low-key Casey Affleck, who enjoyed a slow and steady rise as an actor, saw the show business mechanics from the inside out while watching his older brother Ben Affleck gain ... Read more »
Born: 08/12/1975 in Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA


Actor (45)

Jimmy Kimmel Live 2013, 2016 (Tv Show)


Late Night with Seth Meyers 2016 (Tv Show)


Manchester By The Sea 2016 (Movie)

Lee Chandler (Actor)

The Finest Hours 2016 (Movie)

Raymond Sybert (Actor)

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert 2016 (Tv Show)


Triple 9 2016 (Movie)

Chris Allen (Actor)

Interstellar 2014 (Movie)

Tom (Actor)

Ain't Them Bodies Saints 2013 (Movie)

Bob Muldoon (Actor)

Conan 2013 (Tv Show)


Out of the Furnace 2013 (Movie)

Rodney Baze Jr. (Actor)

Real Time with Bill Maher 2013 (Tv Show)


The Tonight Show With Jay Leno 2013 (Tv Show)


ParaNorman 2012 (Movie)

Mitch (Voice)

Tower Heist 2011 (Movie)

Charlie (Actor)

The Killer Inside Me 2010 (Movie)

Lou Ford (Actor)

The People Speak 2009 - 2010 (TV Show)


Gone Baby Gone 2007 (Movie)

Patrick Kenzie (Actor)

MovieReal 2004 - 2007 (TV Show)


Ocean's Thirteen 2007 (Movie)

Virgil Malloy (Actor)

The Late Show With David Letterman 2007 (Tv Show)


Lonesome Jim 2006 (Movie)

Jim (Actor)

The Last Kiss 2006 (Movie)

Chris (Actor)

Ocean's Twelve 2004 (Movie)

Virgil Malloy (Actor)

Gerry 2003 (Movie)

Gerry (Actor)

American Pie 2 2001 (Movie)

Kevin's Brother (Actor)

Ocean's Eleven 2001 (Movie)

Virgil Malloy (Actor)

Soul Survivors 2001 (Movie)

Sean (Actor)

Committed 2000 (Movie)

Jay (Actor)

Drowning Mona 2000 (Movie)

Bobby (Actor)

Hamlet 2000 (Movie)

Fortinbras (Actor)

200 Cigarettes 1999 (Movie)

Tom (Actor)

Desert Blue 1999 (Movie)

Pete (Actor)

Floating 1999 (Movie)


Chasing Amy 1997 (Movie)

Little Kid (Actor)

Good Will Hunting 1997 (Movie)

Morgan (Actor)

Race the Sun 1996 (Movie)

Daniel Webster (Actor)

To Die For 1995 (Movie)

Russell Hines (Actor)

Lemon Sky 1987 - 1988 (TV Show)


The Kind One (Movie)


WWII in HD: The Air War (TV Show)

Director (2)

The Untitled Jay Lacopo Project 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)

Writer (2)

Gerry 2003 (Movie)

Camera, Film, & Tape (1)

I'm Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix 2010 (Movie)

Editor (1)


While still in his twenties, the likeable and low-key Casey Affleck, who enjoyed a slow and steady rise as an actor, saw the show business mechanics from the inside out while watching his older brother Ben Affleck gain meteoric Hollywood success - as well as the inevitable and subsequently vicious backlash. Still, the younger Affleck saw himself on another path, eschewing studio-produced Frankenstein projects in favor of eclectic character parts. The promise of his early work in "To Die For" (1995) and "Good Will Hunting" (1997) did eventually lead him to the blockbuster types like "Ocean's Eleven" (2001) and its star-packed sequels. While nestled comfortably into one of Hollywood's most entertaining ensembles, Affleck still found a way to comfortably transform in a variety of projects, creating a witty, quirky onscreen persona along the way. How ironic then, that it was his superstar brother who, despite potential cries of nepotism, cast Affleck in the moody, haunting thriller that was Ben's directorial debut, "Gone, Baby, Gone" (2007) - making critics and audiences see his little brother as a real leading man in his own right at long last.


Ben Affleck Actor

Born Aug. 15, 1972 Appeared together in "Chasing Amy" (1997) and "Good Will Hunting" (1997) Directed brother in "Gone Baby Gone" (2007)

Tim Affleck

Divorced from Affleck's mother

Chris Affleck

Divorced from Affleck's father

Atticus Affleck

Born in January 2008; mother, Summer Phoenix

Indiana Affleck

Born May 31, 2004 in Amsterdam; mother, Summer Phoenix

Summer Phoenix Actor

Began dating in the fall of 2000; introduced by her brother Joaquin Engaged Dec. 25, 2003 Married June 3, 2006


Columbia University

New York , New York
Reportedly dropped out(eugenics)

Cambridge Rindge and Latin School

Cambridge , Massachusetts

George Washington University

Washington , Washington D.C.
Transferred to Columbia



Co-starred with Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy in the ensemble comedy "Tower Heist"


Directed the music documentary "I'm Still Here"; film followed actor and producer Joaquin Phoenix's attempt at launching a rap music career; Affleck later revealed the film was a fake


Played a 1950s Texas sheriff and sociopath opposite Jessica Alba and Kate Hudson in Michael Winterbottom's noirish drama "The Killer Inside Me"


Co-starred as Robert Ford opposite Brad Pitt in "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"; earned Golden Globe, SAG and Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture


Played a private investigator in brother Ben's feature directing debut "Gone, Baby, Gone"


Re-teamed with the original cast for "Ocean's 13"


Played a 27-year-old who moves back in with his parents in Steve Buscemi's "Lonesome Jim"


Co-starred in "The Last Kiss," directed by Tony Goldwyn and scripted by Paul Haggis


Reunited with original cast for "Ocean's Twelve"; again directed by Steven Soderbergh


With Matt Damon, co-starred in and co-wrote the Sundance-screened "Gerry"


Appeared in the ensemble of "Ocean's Eleven"


Acted in "Soul Survivors"


Was featured in the Sundance-screened "Committed"


Had co-starring role in "Drowning Mona"


Directed a series of interstitials for the Sundance Channel that were later compiled into "The Untitled Jay Lacopo Project"


Cast in the indie film "200 Cigarettes," also featuring his brother Ben


Appeared alongside brother Ben in "Chasing Amy"


Played supporting role in "Good Will Hunting," co-written and co-starring his brother Ben and Matt Damon


Feature film debut as murdering teen in "To Die For"


Played Young Bobby Kennedy in the ABC miniseries "The Kennedys of Massachusetts"


Had youthful TV role in PBS' "American Playhouse" production of "Lemon Sky," starring Kevin Bacon

Bonus Trivia


In July 2010, Affleck was sued for sexual harassment by a producer of his offbeat documentary "I'm Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix." Amanda White filed a $2 million lawsuit against Affleck, whom she claimed subjected her to lurid sexual harassment and denied her producing fee after she refused to spend the night in a hotel room with him.