Steven Vincent Buscemi is an American film director, actor and a writer, known for his roles in movies like “Desperado”, “Con Air”, “Mystery Train”, “Armageddon”, “Ghost World”, “The Grey Zone” and “Reservoir Dogs”. He was born on 13th December, 1957 in New York, United States of America and started his career in 1985.

Early Career

Popular Hollywood actor Steve Buscemi started his movie career in 1985, appearing in the role of Tommy in the movie titled “Tommy’s”. In 1986, he appeared in his first major role of Nick in “Parting Glances”, followed by a minor role in “Sleepwalk”. He also appeared in “Slaves of New York” in 1988 and “Tales from the Dark Side” in 1990, before getting the role of a villain in “King of New York”. In 1989, he earned critical acclaim for his role of Charlie the Barber in “Money Train”. He appeared in different roles in popular Hollywood movies including “CrissCross” in 1992, “Twenty Bucks”, “Rising Sun”, “Ed and his Dead Mother” in 1993. In the movie titled “Reservoir Dog”, he received critical acclaim for his role of Mr. Pink. He had a role in hit movie of 1994, titled “Pulp Fiction” as well as in “Desperado”, co-starring Antonio Banderas and Johnny Depp. Steve Buscemi’s other memorable appearances includes the movies “Trees Lounge”, “Con Air” and “Armageddon”.

Career Highlights

Steve Buscemi won Independent Spirit Award for best supporting actor nomination for the movie “Mystery Train”, in 1989. He won Independent Spirit Award for best supporting actor for his role in “Reservoir Dogs”. He won Golden Globe nomination for best supporting actor for the movie “Ghost World”, in addition to several other nominations and awards.

Best Films of Steve Buscemi

  • Mystery Train
  • Reservoir Dogs
  • Trees Lounge
  • Ghost World
  • Pulp Fiction
  • Money Train
  • Con Air
  • Armageddon
  • The Dead Don’t Die
  • Spy Kids 2

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