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Birth Name
Jared Leto
Date of birth (location)
26 December 1971
Bossier City, Louisiana, USA


A frequent name on People magazine's list of the 50 most beautiful people, hunky, low-key heartthrob Jared Leto had a peripatetic childhood, wandering nomadically with his older brother and divorced mother to Haiti, Louisiana, Wyoming, Colorado and Virginia, among other places. After briefly studying painting and filmmaking, he moved to Los Angeles at age 20 to pursue an acting career, making his TV debut on the innovative youth series "My So-Called Life" (ABC, 1994-95) as an enigmatic, strong silent type who was the on-again, off-again love interest of Claire Danes' heroine.

In his TV-movie debut "Cool and the Crazy" (1994), a segment of Showtime's "Rebel Highway" series, Leto played the sympathetic young husband of a dissatisfied Alicia Silverstone, and he segued to features in the ensemble of "How to Make an American Quilt" (1995). His first major role came as a virginal Irish teenager in the British film "The Last of the High Kings" (1996, released on video in the USA as "Summer Fling" in 1998).

For his impersonation of the celebrated track star Steve Prefontaine, Leto earned strong notices and proved a charismatic screen presence in the 1997 quasi-documentary biopic "Prefontaine", directed by Steve James. For this challenging role, the actor immersed himself in the athlete's life, meeting with members of the family and training for six weeks with one of the runner's college roommates. With his blond hair and sculpted physique, he bore a striking resemblance to the real Prefontaine, but Leto went beyond just the surface, adopting Prefontaine's voice and unique, upright running style, making the transformation so complete that when the runner's sister Linda first saw him in character, she broke down and cried. Despite the attention and praise, the film failed to attract a large audience and disappeared quickly from multiplexes.

Leto next delivered another strong turn as a hitchhiking college student suspected of being a serial killer in the uneven "SwitchBack" (1997) then landed the lead role of an aristocratic Brit in the period drama "Basil" (1998). He happily joined the ensemble cast of Terence Malick's "The Thin Red Line" (also 1998) and then embarked on a string of small roles in high-profile films. Acting alongside heavyweights Brad Pitt and Ed Norton, Leto was the blond Angel Face of David Fincher's "Fight Club", played off his hunk status as Winona Ryder's boyfriend in "Girl, Interrupted" (both 1999) and essayed a gay high school teacher who attracts the attentions of Robert Downey Jr. in "Black and White" (2000).

He did what he could with the small part of a despised rival of the titular "American Psycho" before undertaking larger roles as a heroin addict in Darren Aronofsky's "Requiem for a Dream", adapted from the novel by Hubert Selby Jr., and as one of two Las Vegas 20-year-olds who go to Seattle and stand vigil after rocker Kurt Cobain's suicide in "Highway" (all 2000). In 2002, Leto appeared in "Panic Room" with Jodie Foster, marking his second teaming with director David Fincher.
After a two-year hiatus Leto will next play alongside Colin Farrell in Oliver Stone's "Alexander" (2004).

30 Seconds To Mars, the band Jared Leto and his brother Shannon are part of released their first album "30 Seconds to Mars" in 2002.

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