Ed Harris is a Hollywood actor whose career started during the late 1970s. The following decade, he portrayed John Glenn in the 1982 film The Right Stuff, as well as portrayed William Walker in 1987’s Walker. In the ’90s, he gained wider recognition for starring in the films Glengarry Glen Ross, The Firm, China Moon, and Nixon. In 1995, his portrayal of Gene Kranz in Ron Howard’s Apollo 13 earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
Harris received the same nomination for his role in 1998’s The Truman Show. In 2000, he portrayed Jackson Pollock in the movie Pollock. For his performance, he was nominated for Best Actor at the Academy Awards. Later, he had notable roles in the movies A Beautiful Mind, Enemy at the Gates, The Hours, and Gone Baby Gone, among others. He recently starred in Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! in 2017. He also currently plays The Man in Black in HBO’s Westworld. His upcoming films are The Last Full Measure and Top Gun: Maverick.