Birth Name: Ethan Suplee
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
A supporting role in the 1995 feature "Mallrats" marked Suplee's feature debut. In this comedy directed by Kevin Smith, Suplee played Willam, a young man determined to crack the mystery behind the mall's Magic Eye poster. Next up for the actor was "Chasing Amy" (1997) another Smith film. In 1998 Suplee turned heads with a role that showed off his impressive acting chops in a way that the amusing cameos in the Smith comedies couldn't. Tony Kaye's "American History X" featured Suplee as brutal white supremacist, an unrepentant blowhard so convinced of his racist beliefs at such a young age as to be considered a hopeless case. His performance was powerful and terrifying, and marked the young ac...
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