ADAM DRIVER (Allan) will appear in Shawn Levy's dramatic
comedy THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU, which will be released by Warner Bros. on
September 19th. The film is based on Jonathan Tropper's best-selling book about
a dysfunctional family who reunites after the death of their father. Driver
plays the youngest brother, -Phillip, and stars alongside Jason Bateman, Connie
Britton, Tina Fey, and Jane Fonda.
Driver made headlines earlier this year when it was announced that he would
star in J.J. Abrams' highly-anticipated STAR WARS: EPISODE VII with Harrison
Ford. The film, currently in production, is scheduled to be released by Walt
Disney Studios Motion Pictures on December 18th, 2015. Additionally, Driver was
recently cast in Martin Scorsese's upcoming film SILENCE, which also stars
Andrew Garfield and Liam Neeson.
Other upcoming projects include John Curran's TRACKS with Mia Wasikowska,
Jeff Nichols' MIDNIGHT SPECIAL with Kirsten Dunst, and Noah Baumbach's WHILE
WE'RE YOUNG with Amanda Seyfried, Naomi Watts, and Ben Stiller.
Recently, Driver was seen in the Coen brothers' 2013 Academy Award nominated
film INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS. In 2012, Driver appeared in Steven Spielberg's Academy
Award nominated LINCOLN with Daniel Day-Lewis, which went on to make $275
million worldwide. That year, he also starred in Noah Baumbach's FRANCES HA
alongside Greta Gerwig and in 2011, Driver appeared in Clint Eastwood's
critically acclaimed J. EDGAR with Leonardo DiCaprio.
Driver is currently in production on the fourth season of HBO's hit series
GIRLS, in which he stars opposite Lena Dunham. Driver plays -Adam Sackler,
Hannah's (Dunham's) mysterious, striking, and eccentric on-again, off-again
boyfriend. In 2013, Driver's performance in GIRLS garnered him an Emmy
nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Additionally,
the show won a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical
Also on television, Driver appeared in HBO's 2010 Golden Globe nominated
original movie YOU DON'T KNOW JACK, the biopic based on euthanasia advocate Jack
Kevorkian starring Al Pacino.
Driver graduated from Juilliard in 2009 and is the co-founder of the
non-profit organization AITAF (ARTS in the ARMED FORCES, Inc.)