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* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''Film/FirstReformed''.]] ''Literature/TheGoodLordBird'' even has Hakwe's character (abolitionist John Brown) being hanged in the very first scene. However, it's actually subverted in [[spoiler: ''Film/TwentyFourHoursToLive''. He dies. Twice. And gets bought back to life both times.]]

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* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/ThePurge1'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''Film/FirstReformed''.]] ''Literature/TheGoodLordBird'' even has Hakwe's character (abolitionist John Brown) being hanged in the very first scene. However, it's actually subverted in [[spoiler: ''Film/TwentyFourHoursToLive''. He dies. Twice. And gets bought back to life both times.]]


* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''Film/FirstReformed''.]] ''Literature/TheGoodLordBird'' even has Hakwe's character (abolitionist John Brown) being hanged in the very first scene.
** Subverted in [[spoiler: ''Film/TwentyFourHoursToLive''. He dies. Twice. And gets bought back to life both times.]]
* ProductionPosse: Frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Creator/AndrewNiccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: He was approached for the role of [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne]] in ''Film/BatmanForever'' before Creator/ValKilmer was cast. However, he turned down the offer due to fears of being [[Main/TypeCasting typecast]] as the iconic comic book character. He later admitted his [[OldShame regret at turning down the part]] due to the career opportunities that could've opened up for him

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* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''Film/FirstReformed''.]] ''Literature/TheGoodLordBird'' even has Hakwe's character (abolitionist John Brown) being hanged in the very first scene. \n** Subverted However, it's actually subverted in [[spoiler: ''Film/TwentyFourHoursToLive''. He dies. Twice. And gets bought back to life both times.]]
* ProductionPosse: Frequently He frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Creator/AndrewNiccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: He was approached for the role of [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne]] in ''Film/BatmanForever'' before Creator/ValKilmer was cast. However, he turned down the offer due to fears of being [[Main/TypeCasting typecast]] as the iconic comic book character. He later admitted his [[OldShame regret at turning down the part]] due to the career opportunities that could've opened up for himhim.


Between 1998 to 2005 Hawke was married to actress Creator/UmaThurman, with whom he has two children -- one of whom, Creator/MayaHawke, has followed in her parents' footsteps and become an actress. Since 2008 he has been married to Ryan Hawke (née Shawhughes), and they have two daughters. He is also a great-grandnephew of Creator/TennesseeWilliams on his father's side.

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Between 1998 to 2005 Hawke was married to actress Creator/UmaThurman, with whom he has two children -- one of whom, Creator/MayaHawke, has followed in her parents' footsteps and become an actress.actress, and they have since played father-daughter John and Anne Brown in ''Literature/TheGoodLordBird''. Since 2008 he has been married to Ryan Hawke (née Shawhughes), and they have two daughters. He is also a great-grandnephew of Creator/TennesseeWilliams on his father's side.



* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''Film/FirstReformed''.]]

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* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''Film/FirstReformed''.]]]] ''Literature/TheGoodLordBird'' even has Hakwe's character (abolitionist John Brown) being hanged in the very first scene.


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Hawke has appeared in many theater productions including ''Theatre/TheSeagull'', ''Theatre/HenryIV'', ''Hurlyburly'', ''Theatre/TheCherryOrchard'', ''Film/TheWintersTale'' and ''The Coast of Utopia'', for which he earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actor. Aside from acting, he has directed two feature films and three Off-Broadway plays. He also wrote the novels ''The Hottest State'' (1996) and ''Ash Wednesday'' (2002).

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Hawke has appeared in many theater productions including ''Theatre/TheSeagull'', ''Theatre/HenryIV'', ''Hurlyburly'', ''Theatre/TheCherryOrchard'', ''Film/TheWintersTale'' ''Theatre/TheWintersTale'' and ''The Coast of Utopia'', for which he earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actor. Aside from acting, he has directed two feature films and three Off-Broadway plays. He also wrote the novels ''The Hottest State'' (1996) and ''Ash Wednesday'' (2002).


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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: He was approached for the role of [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne]] in ''Film/BatmanForever'' before Creator/ValKilmer was cast. However, he turned down the offer due to fears of being [[Main/TypeCasting typecast]] as the iconic comic book character. He later admitted his [[OldShame regret at turning down the part]] due to the career opportunities that could've opened up for him


* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''First Reformed''.]]

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* ChronicallyKilledActor: In ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''First Reformed''.''Film/FirstReformed''.]]


Ethan Green Hawke (born November 6, 1970) is an American actor, writer and director. He has been nominated for the UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s both as an actor and a writer. He also received a Tony Award nomination for his theater work.

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Ethan Green Hawke (born November 6, 1970) 1970 in Austin, Texas) is an American actor, writer and director. He has been nominated for the UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s both as an actor and a writer. He also received a Tony Award nomination for his theater work.


Between 1998 to 2005 Hawke was married to actress Creator/UmaThurman, with whom he has two children -- one of whom, Maya, has followed in her parents' footsteps and become an actress. Since 2008 he has been married to Ryan Hawke (née Shawhughes), and they have two daughters. He is also a great-grandnephew of Creator/TennesseeWilliams on his father's side.

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Between 1998 to 2005 Hawke was married to actress Creator/UmaThurman, with whom he has two children -- one of whom, Maya, Creator/MayaHawke, has followed in her parents' footsteps and become an actress. Since 2008 he has been married to Ryan Hawke (née Shawhughes), and they have two daughters. He is also a great-grandnephew of Creator/TennesseeWilliams on his father's side.


* ChronicallyKilledActor: In [[spoiler: ''Film/{{Gattaca}}'']], ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''First Reformed''.]]

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* ChronicallyKilledActor: In [[spoiler: ''Film/{{Gattaca}}'']], ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''First Reformed''.]]


Between 1998 to 2005 Hawke was married to actress Creator/UmaThurman, with whom he has two children. Since 2008 he has been married to Ryan Hawke (née Shawhughes), and they have two daughters. He is also a great-grandnephew of Creator/TennesseeWilliams on his father's side.

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Between 1998 to 2005 Hawke was married to actress Creator/UmaThurman, with whom he has two children.children -- one of whom, Maya, has followed in her parents' footsteps and become an actress. Since 2008 he has been married to Ryan Hawke (née Shawhughes), and they have two daughters. He is also a great-grandnephew of Creator/TennesseeWilliams on his father's side.


** Subverted in [[spoiler: 24 Hours To Live. He dies. Twice. And gets bought back to life both times.]]

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** Subverted in [[spoiler: 24 Hours To Live.''Film/TwentyFourHoursToLive''. He dies. Twice. And gets bought back to life both times.]]


* ProductionPosse: Frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Andrew Niccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.

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* ProductionPosse: Frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Andrew Niccol Creator/AndrewNiccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.


* ChronicallyKilledActor: In [[spoiler: ''Film/{{Gattaca}}'']], ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''First Reformed'']]

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* ChronicallyKilledActor: In [[spoiler: ''Film/{{Gattaca}}'']], ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', [[spoiler: ''Film/TakingLives'', ''Film/BrooklynsFinest'']], ''Literature/MobyDick'', [[spoiler:''Film/{{Sinister}}'', ''Film/ThePurge'', ''Film/{{Predestination}}'', ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven2016'', ''Film/ValerianAndTheCityOfAThousandPlanets'' and ([[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane possibly]]) ''First Reformed'']]Reformed''.]]


* ProductionPosse Frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Andrew Niccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.

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* ProductionPosse ProductionPosse: Frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Andrew Niccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.


* ProductionPosse Frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Creator/AndrewNiccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.

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* ProductionPosse Frequently works with Creator/RichardLinklater, Creator/AndrewNiccol Andrew Niccol and Creator/BlumhouseProductions.

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