JESSE ADAM EISENBERG
He is an American actor.
He was born October 5, 1983 in New York (USA) in a Jewish family. His mother worked as a clown, his father as a hospital administrator. Sisters Hallie and Carrie - actresses.
As a child played in the school theater, and at age 12 was an understudy for one of the actors in a Broadway production of Summer and Smoke. From the age of 16 he wrote scripts and plays, one of which was dedicated to Woody Allen. Sent the text to the director's representative, but received only a letter in response stating that the author could be prosecuted for illegal use of intellectual property.
Debuted in the television series Be Yourself (Kenny Green, 1999-2000). In 2002, he won the award for Most Promising Actor at the San Diego Film Festival for his role as Nick in Women's Favorite.
World fame came to him after his screen appearance as Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg in director David Fincher's biopic The Social Network. For his work on the film he was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award.
Among the popular works of the actor are Columbus in the comedy "Welcome to Zombieland" (2009) and Daniel Atlas in "The Illusion of Deception" (2013).
PRIZES AND AWARDS
San Diego Film Festival (USA):
2002 - Most Promising Actor ("Women's Favorite")
IFTA Award (Ireland):
2001 - Best Foreign Actor ("The Social Network")