THE SISTERS BROTHERS
Academy Award-nominated JOHN C. REILLY is one of the most
diverse actors working
today, with an impressive range of roles in dramas, comedies, musicals, and
films. He has been acknowledged by the Academy Awards, the Golden Globe Awards,
the Tony Awards, the Independent Spirit Awards as well as the Grammys, among
Mr. Reilly produces and stars in Jacques Audiard's THE SISTERS BROTHERS. Also
out this year are Holmes & Watson, with Will Ferrell; Ralph Breaks the Internet:
Ralph 2; and Stan and Ollie, as Oliver Hardy opposite Steve Coogan's Stan
He recently received strong reviews for his role in Kong: Skull Island,
opposite Brie Larson; as well as the independent film The Little Hours, which
at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Other recent films include The Lobster, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos; the
French film Les Cowboys, directed by Thomas Bidegain; and the Italian film
The Tale of Tales for director Matteo Garrone, all of which premiered at the
Cannes Film Festival.
Mr. Reilly has worked with top directors such as Martin Scorsese in both
Gangs of New
York and The Aviator; Brian De Palma in Casualties of War; Robert Altman in A
Home Companion; Terrence Malick in The Thin Red Line; Rob Marshall in
Chicago; Roman Polanski in Carnage; Wolfgang Petersen in The Perfect Storm;
Ramsay in We Need to Talk About Kevin; and Paul Thomas Anderson in Hard Eight,
Boogie Nights, and Magnolia.
He has starred in the hit comedies Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky
Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Step Brothers, Cyrus, and Guardians of the Galaxy. He
voiced the title character in the Academy Award-nominated animated feature
Ralph and was the voice of Eddie in Sing.
Mr. Reilly's work in the world of independent films includes The Good Girl,
Rapids, The Promotion, Terri, Year of the Dog, Criminal, and The Anniversary
On television, he is a frequent collaborator with comedians Tim Heidecker and
Wareheim for the shows Tim and Eric's Awesome Show, Great Job! and Check It Out!
with Dr. Steve Brule, among others.
Mr. Reilly's many theater credits include True West, for which he received a
nomination, and A Streetcar Named Desire on Broadway, as well as Steppenwolf
productions of The Grapes of Wrath and A Streetcar Named Desire.
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