Sean Penn
American actor, director
Sean Penn
Sean Justin Penn is an American actor, screenwriter and film director, also known for his left-wing political and social activism (including humanitarian work). He is a two-time Academy Award winner for his roles in Mystic River (2003) and Milk (2008), as well as the recipient of a Golden Globe Award for the former and a Screen Actors Guild Award for the latter.
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Madonna to Sean Penn: 'I still love you'
CNN - 3 months
Madonna proclaimed her love for ex-husband Sean Penn at her charity auction in Miami, claiming to remarry him if he bid $150,000 on a necklace.
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Build Your Own Door
Huffington Post - 3 months
And sometimes you might decide to build your very own door yourself. A different Door. That's what happened to me. That's how my twenty-some years in the movie business became the books The Rebel Princess and All The Doors to Hollywood and How to Open Them. Both on their way to the screen. Before those film years, I had written and published short stories, articles, theatre reviews and a scholarly book about our adversary trial system, Injustice For All. None of which quite paid the rent. So I became a Unit Publicist in Hollywood - working, film to film, to collect and write about everything/anything that the studio might eventually use to promote its product. The film business, I discovered, paid well; its union benefits were excellent. I enjoyed the travel entailed. I was delighted to fly to foreign countries first class, thrilled to find myself in London or Madrid or Douala or Hong Kong in an excellent hotel - all on the company's dime. I enjoyed the adventures and the peopl ...
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From Burroughs to Uncle Howard: An Interview with Aaron Brookner
Huffington Post - 3 months
The new documentary Uncle Howard is an inspired compilation of recovered footage, interviews, a story of discovery by Aaron Brookner, a filmmaker who followed in his uncle's craft. A passing of a baton, you could say, Uncle Howard reflects Aaron Brookner's determination to ensure his uncle's legacy. Aaron was seven when Howard Brookner, died of AIDS in 1989. Some family films show them together, a handsome, charming young man with a cute little boy. In 1983, Howard Brookner's biopic Burroughs was featured in the New York Film Festival, and then lost. Aaron found the film at the Bunker, Burroughs' residence on the Bowery, and this year Criterion released the DVD thanks to Aaron Brookner's work on restoring his uncle's work. But more, Aaron found enough additional footage to create this homage, with producers Jim Jarmusch and Sara Driver who remembers this talented group including Howard as student filmmakers together excited by the chance to tell stories in new ways in film. Coming fu ...
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Richard's Picks: Best Hotels in the World, Fall 2016
Huffington Post - 4 months
The wisdom of the crowd is a beautiful thing, except when it's not. When it comes to matters of taste, the pack tends to push quality assessments to a lower common denominator. That can be good when the bar is a best-surprise-is-no-surprise epistemology, but if you seek quality of a different metric...say, personality, artistic rendition, personalized service, even singularity, then crowd sourcing may not be the best way to go. Rotten Tomatoes is a great example, as the movie goers rarely give same marks as the professional critics, and I often align with a particular critic and take his word over the crowd. Even TripAdvisor is problematic, at least for me, beyond the suspect reviews, as the average hotel guest has appetites quite different from my own. My work takes me to a blur of hotels each year, and I have developed a stick for certain qualities, from the magic of a daring vista, to the diacritic bathroom notions, the embroidery of comfort, and the intrigue of options. ...
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WATCH: Sean Penn Reportedly Seen Kissing 24-Year-Old
ABC News - 5 months
"The View" co-hosts discuss dating and relationships with younger people.
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Tiarah Poyau's Murder Exposes The Black Male Fragility We Don't Talk About
Huffington Post - 6 months
All 22-year-old Tiarah Poyau said was: “Get off me.” The graduate student at St. John’s University had aspirations of becoming an accountant at a top firm. On Monday, she took a break from her studies for celebration at Brooklyn’s West Indian J’Ouvert festival. But what should have been a day of good food, laughter and dancing turned into a nightmare.  At around 4 a.m., while walking with some of her friends along the parade route, Poyau was approached by 20-year-old Reginald Moise who reportedly began grinding on her without her consent. Poyau told him, “Get off me.” Moise then pulled out a gun and shot her in the eye at close range.  He shot her.  Moise was so shaken by the thought of rejection, by the idea that he was not entitled to Poyau’s body that he actually ended her life. According to reports, the 20-year-old told one friend that he didn’t know the gun was loaded. Either way, his violent response to Poyau is a prime example of how black male fragility is killing bl ...
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Sean Penn Wanted To Give His Son Hopper A Truly Rare First Name
Huffington Post - 9 months
If you thought George Costanza's attempt to name his child Seven on "Seinfeld" was bad, just remember it could be a lot worse.  Hopper Penn, the son of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, opened up about his unusual first name in Interview magazine and ended up revealing a lot more than we bargained for.  "It has to do with Dennis Hopper; my dad was friendly with him and idolized him," Hopper said. "My dad wanted to name me Steak, the food, because he loves it so much."   No offense to anyone named Steak (Do you exist?!), but to anyone outside of Los Angeles or certain celebrity circles, that name sounds like it's meant to be made fun of. Luckily, Wright, Penn's now ex-wife, was having none of it.  "But my mom was never going to go for it," Hopper said. "What they told me is that I hopped in her stomach, I didn't kick, so they went with that."  Though if Hopper was named Steak, we bet he'd get along with Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's daughter, Apple.  The 22-year-old i ...
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Kathy Griffin: "No One Has The Donald Trump Stories I Have"
Huffington Post - 9 months
As she tours the country on her ever-growing eighty stop comedy tour, Kathy Griffin is eviscerating Kardashians, Donald Trump, and everyone in between. With razor sharp wit and masterful timing, Griffin is the go-to performer to get the real deal on current events and pop culture, mostly because she knows them personally! We sat down with her as she prepared for the Wild West Comedy Festival to chat about Blac Chyna, her darling and wine swilling mother Maggie, and Mr. Trump himself. So I have managed to get some free time with you on your insane eighty stop tour! Next up; Nashville for the Wild West Comedy Festival on May 21st! How is it going to be doing Kathy Griffin in the red state of Tennessee? My show in Nashville is going to be all new material! Here's the thing; Tennessee is a red state but Nashville is a blue city. I'm gonna give em' a beat down about this "HB1840" law thing, I'm gonna hassle em! You know, it's getting crazier, and that's where I come in. One o ...
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Your Middle-School Breakup As Told By Charlize Theron And Sean Penn
Huffington Post - 9 months
On Friday, Charlize Theron and Sean Penn essentially played out your awkward middle-school breakup on the world stage. You had to hide behind the lockers to dodge that cute guy from Algebra 2; they had to roll out their new movie, "The Last Face," at the Cannes Film Festival. It's up to you to decide which one is more glamorous.  The former couple played nice and attended a photo call, press conference and a red carpet premiere together. And yet, judging by the photos from the day, their reunion was about as welcome as "The Huntsman: Winter's War" at the box office.  First, Charlize decided not to ghost Penn at the photo call early Friday, but stood about as far away from him as possible in a group shot of the cast. Next, the cast answered questions from reporters about the film's (to put it gently) lukewarm reception at the festival. To which Penn responded, "I am surrounded at this table by performances that I’d pay to see 100 times.”  Theron, how ...
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Penn unfazed as 'The Last Face' ripped apart in Cannes
Reuters.com - 9 months
CANNES, France (Reuters) - Sean Penn stood by his latest opus after "The Last Face", which will premiere for the public at the Cannes Film Festival later on Friday, was ripped apart after the media screening.
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Meep meep! Screen stars with only one thing to say
Guardian (UK) - 10 months
The Angry Birds movie features Sean Penn as a bird who does little but growl – but it’s just the latest in a long line of laconic film and TV roles Sean Penn is one of the defining actors of our generation. A two-time Oscar-winner, his presence alone can add nuance and gravitas to the lightest of projects. These projects now include The Angry Birds Movie, in which all he is asked to do is growl. It’s a wonderful growl, full of depth and sorrow, but where does Penn stand among history’s other one-note characters? Continue reading...
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Sean Penn settles defamation suit against Lee Daniels
Yahoo News - 10 months
NEW YORK (AP) — Sean Penn has settled a defamation lawsuit he filed against "Empire" co-creator Lee Daniels over remarks that accused him of domestic abuse.
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Spielberg, Foster, Penn top star-studded Cannes cast
Yahoo News - 11 months
Hollywood actors-turned-directors Jodie Foster and Sean Penn will premiere their latest films at Cannes next month, joining a star-studded cast at the world's most prestigious film festival. Veteran director Steven Spielberg will also unveil his version of Roald Dahl's classic children's book "The BFG" (Big Friendly Giant) at the French Riviera movie extravaganza. Foster's Wall Street thriller "Money Monster" stars George Clooney while Penn's former girlfriend Charlize Theron is the lead in his love story set among aid workers in Africa, "The Last Face".
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Sean Penn
    FIFTIES
  • 2016
    Age 55
    Penn dropped the lawsuit in May 2016 after Daniels retracted his statement and apologized.
    More Details Hide Details A day after Mexican officials announced the capture of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in a bloody raid, Rolling Stone revealed on January 9, 2016 that Sean Penn, along with actress Kate del Castillo, had conducted a secret interview with El Chapo prior to his arrest. Del Castillo was contacted by Guzman's lawyer (who was under CISEN surveillance) to talk about producing a biographical film over Guzman and communication increased following Guzman's escape from prison in July 2015. The deal for the interview was brokered by del Castillo. According to published text messages with del Castillo, Guzman did not know who Sean Penn was. CISEN released photographs of del Castillo at the meetings with Guzman's lawyers and of the arrival of the actress and Penn to Mexico. The interview was criticized by some, including the White House, which called the interview "maddening". Mexican authorities said they were seeking to question Penn over the interview, which had not been approved by either the American or Mexican government. Penn and del Castillo's meeting with Guzman is under investigation by the Attorney General of Mexico.
    Penn's fifth directorial feature The Last Face (2016) premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
    More Details Hide Details Penn was engaged to actress Elizabeth McGovern, his co-star in Racing with the Moon (1984).
    In January 2016, Penn published an interview (conducted in October 2015) with Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in Rolling Stone.
    More Details Hide Details Mexican authorities dismissed the level of importance given by American media to Penn in regards to Guzman's eventual recapture, instead placing importance on actress Kate del Castillo's continued communications with Guzman.
  • 2015
    Age 54
    Penn was alleged to have struck Madonna on multiple occasions, but in 2015 Madonna stated the allegations were "completely outrageous, malicious, reckless, and false”.
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  • 2013
    Age 52
    In December 2013, Penn began dating actress Charlize Theron. The two announced their engagement in December 2014. Theron ended their relationship in June 2015.
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  • 2012
    Age 51
    On March 24, 2012, Penn also visited Bilquis Edhi Female Child Home and met Pakistan’s iconic humanitarian worker Abdul Sattar Edhi and his wife, Bilquis Edhi.
    More Details Hide Details He also laid floral wreaths and paid respect at the shrine of Abdullah Shah Ghazi. Penn is believed to have played a role in getting American entrepreneur Jacob Ostreicher released from a Bolivian prison in 2013, and was credited by Ostreicher for having personally nursed him back to health upon his release.
    On March 23, 2012, he visited flood-stricken villages of Karim Bux Jamali, Dargah Shah Gurio and Peero Lashari in Badin District.
    More Details Hide Details He was accompanied by US Consul General Willian J. Martin and distributed blankets, quilts, kitchen items and other goods amongst flood survivors.
    Penn gained significant attention in the Pakistan media when he visited Karachi and Badin in 2012.
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    In February 2012, Penn met with the President of Argentina, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in Buenos Aires where he made a statement on the long-running dispute between Argentina and the United Kingdom over the Falkland Islands, saying: "I know I came in a very sensitive moment in terms of diplomacy between Argentina and the UK over the Falkland Islands.
    More Details Hide Details And I hope that diplomats can establish true dialogue in order to solve the conflict as the world today cannot tolerate ridiculous demonstrations of colonialism. The way of dialogue is the only way to achieve a better solution for both nations." The comments were taken as support of Argentina's claim to the islands and evoked strong reactions in the British media, with one satirical article in The Daily Telegraph requesting that Penn "return his Malibu estate to the Mexicans". Lauren Collins of The New Yorker wrote: "As of today, Sean Penn is the new Karl Lagerfeld—the man upon whom, having disrespected something dear to the United Kingdom, the British papers most gleefully pile contempt". Penn later claimed that he had been misrepresented by the British press and that his criticism of "colonialism" was a reference to the deployment of Prince William as an air-sea rescue pilot, describing it as a "message of pre-emptive intimidation". He claimed that the Prince's posting meant "the automatic deployment of warships", and stated: "My oh my, aren't people sensitive to the word 'colonialism', particularly those who implement colonialism." In a piece written in The Guardian, Penn wrote that "the legalisation of Argentinian immigration to the Malvinas/Falkland Islands is one that it seems might have been addressed, but for the speculative discovery of booming offshore oil in the surrounding seas this past year". He further wrote that "irresponsible journalism" had suggested "that I had taken a specific position against those currently residing in the Malvinas/Falkland Islands, that they should either be deported or absorbed into Argentine rule.
    Penn received the designation on January 31, 2012.
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  • FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 49
    In March 2010, Penn called for the arrest of those referring to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez as a dictator.
    More Details Hide Details The two were friends, and when Chávez died, Penn said: "Venezuela and its revolution will endure under the proven leadership of Vice President (Nicolás) Maduro. Today the United States lost a friend it never knew it had. And poor people around the world lost a champion. I lost a friend I was blessed to have."
    After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Penn founded the J/P Haitian Relief Organization, which has been running a 55,000 person tent camp.
    More Details Hide Details Due to his visibility as an on-the-ground advocate for rescue and aid efforts in the aftermath, Penn was designated by president Michel Martelly as Ambassador-at-Large for Haiti, the first time that a non-Haitian citizen has been designated as such in the country's history.
  • 2009
    Age 48
    On August 12, 2009, Wright Penn filed for divorce again. The couple's divorce was finalized on July 22, 2010; the couple reached a private agreement on child and spousal support, division of assets, and custody of Hopper, who was almost 17 at the time.
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    On February 22, 2009, Penn received the Academy Award for Best Actor for the film Milk.
    More Details Hide Details In his acceptance speech, he said: "I think that it is a good time for those who voted for the ban against gay marriage to sit and reflect and anticipate their great shame and the shame in their grandchildren's eyes if they continue that way of support. We've got to have equal rights for everyone!"
  • 2008
    Age 47
    In October 2008, Penn traveled to Cuba, where he met with and interviewed President Raúl Castro.
    More Details Hide Details In February 2012, he stood beside Hugo Chávez while Venezuela supported the Syrian government during the 2011–2012 Syrian uprising.
  • 2007
    Age 46
    The letter condemned the Iraq War, called for Bush to be impeached, and also called Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice "villainously and criminally obscene people."In August 2007, Penn met with Chávez in Caracas for two hours, after which Chávez praised him for urging Americans to impeach Bush.
    More Details Hide Details Penn also visited a new film studio on the outskirts of Caracas, though he did not speak publicly.
    On December 7, 2007, Penn said he supported Ohio Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich for U.S. President in 2008, and criticized Bush's handling of the Iraq war.
    More Details Hide Details Penn questioned whether Bush's twin daughters supported the war in Iraq. In September 2005, Penn traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana, to aid Hurricane Katrina victims. He was physically involved in rescuing people, although there was criticism that his involvement was a PR stunt as he hired a photographer to come along with his entourage. Penn denied such accusations in an article he wrote for The Huffington Post. Director Spike Lee interviewed Penn for Lee's documentary about Hurricane Katrina, When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts (2006).
    On April 19, 2007, Penn appeared on The Colbert Report and had a "Meta-Free-Phor-All" versus Stephen Colbert that was judged by Robert Pinsky.
    More Details Hide Details This stemmed from some of Penn's criticisms of Bush. His exact quote was "We cower as you point your fingers telling us to support our troops. You and the smarmy pundits in your pocket– those who bathe in the moisture of your soiled and blood-soaked underwear– can take that noise and shove it." He won the contest with 10,000,000 points to Colbert's 1.
  • 2006
    Age 45
    On December 18, 2006, Penn received the Christopher Reeve First Amendment Award from the Creative Coalition for his commitment to free speech.
    More Details Hide Details In August 2008, Penn made an appearance at one of Ralph Nader's "Open the Debates" Super Rallies. He protested the political exclusion of Nader and other third parties.
    On January 7, 2006, Penn was a special guest at the Progressive Democrats of America, where he was joined by author and media critic Norman Solomon, Democratic congressional candidate Charles Brown, and activist Cindy Sheehan.
    More Details Hide Details The "Out of Iraq Forum", which took place in Sacramento, California, was organized to promote the anti-war movement calling for an end to the War in Iraq.
    Penn was born in Los Angeles County, California, the son of actor and director Leo Penn, and actress Eileen Ryan (née Annucci). His older brother is musician Michael Penn. His younger brother, actor Chris Penn, died in 2006.
    More Details Hide Details His paternal grandparents were Ashkenazi Jewish emigrants from Lithuania and Russia, while his mother is a Catholic of Irish and Italian descent. Penn was raised in a secular home and attended Santa Monica High School. He began making short films with some of his childhood friends, including actors Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen, who lived near his home.
  • 2005
    Age 44
    On June 10, 2005, Penn made a visit to Iran.
    More Details Hide Details Acting as a journalist on an assignment for the San Francisco Chronicle, he attended a Friday prayer at Tehran University.
  • 2004
    Age 43
    In 2004, Penn played Sam Byck, who in 1974 attempted and failed to assassinate President Richard Nixon, in The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004).
    More Details Hide Details The same year, he was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Next, Penn portrayed governor Willie Stark (based on Huey Long) in an adaptation of Robert Penn Warren's classic 1946 American novel All the King's Men (2006). The film was a critical and commercial failure, named by a 2010 Forbes article as the biggest flop in the last five years. In November 2008, Penn earned positive reviews for his portrayal of real-life gay-rights icon and politician Harvey Milk in the biopic Milk (2008), and was nominated for best actor for the 2008 Independent Spirit Awards. The film also earned Penn his fifth nomination and second win for the Academy Award for Best Actor. Penn starred as Joseph C. Wilson in Fair Game (2010), a film adaptation of Valerie Plame's 2007 memoir. He co-starred in the drama The Tree of Life (2011), which won the Palme d'Or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. In 2015, Penn starred in The Gunman, a French-American action thriller based on the novel The Prone Gunman, by Jean-Patrick Manchette. Jasmine Trinca, Idris Elba, Ray Winstone, Mark Rylance and fellow Oscar-winner Javier Bardem appear in supporting roles. Penn plays Jim Terrier, a sniper on a mercenary assassination team who kills the minister of mines of the Congo.
  • 2003
    Age 42
    Penn received another two Oscar nominations for Woody Allen's comedy-drama Sweet and Lowdown (1999) and the drama I Am Sam (2001), before winning his first Academy Award for Best Actor in 2003 for Mystic River and a second one in 2008 for Milk.
    More Details Hide Details He has also won a Best Actor Award of the Cannes Film Festival for the Nick Cassavetes-directed She's So Lovely (1997), and two Best Actor Awards at the Venice Film Festival for the indie film Hurlyburly (1998) and the drama 21 Grams (2003). Penn made his feature film directorial debut with The Indian Runner (1991), followed by the drama film The Crossing Guard (1995) and the mystery film The Pledge (2001). Penn directed one of the 11 segments of 11'09"01 September 11 (2002), a compilation film made in response to the September 11 attacks. His fourth feature film, the biographical drama survival movie Into the Wild (2007), garnered critical acclaim and two Academy Award nominations. In addition to his film work, Penn is known for his political and social activism, most notably his criticism of the George W. Bush administration, his contact with the Presidents of Cuba and Venezuela, and his humanitarian work in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina (2005) and the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
  • 2002
    Age 41
    Penn has been outspoken in supporting numerous political and social causes. On December 13–16, 2002, he visited Iraq to protest the Bush Administration's apparent plans for a military strike on Iraq.
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    On October 18, 2002, Penn placed a US$56,000 advertisement in the Washington Post asking then President George W. Bush to end a cycle of violence.
    More Details Hide Details It was written as an open letter and referred to the planned attack on Iraq and the War on Terror. In the letter, Penn also criticized the Bush administration for its "deconstruction of civil liberties" and its "simplistic and inflammatory view of good and evil." Penn visited Iraq briefly in December 2002. "Sean is one of the few," remarked his ex-wife Madonna. "Good for him. Most celebrities are keeping their heads down. Nobody wants to be unpopular. But then Americans, by and large, are pretty ignorant of what's going on in the world." The Post advertisement was cited as a primary reason for the development of his relationship with Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez. In one of his televised speeches, Chávez used and read aloud an open letter Penn wrote to Bush.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1996
    Age 35
    Penn and Wright reconciled, married on April 27, 1996, and lived in Ross, California. The couple filed for divorce in December 2007 but reconciled several months later, requesting a court dismissal of their divorce case.
    More Details Hide Details In April 2009, Penn filed for legal separation, only to withdraw the case once again when the couple reconciled in May.
  • 1995
    Age 34
    Penn and Wright separated in 1995, during which time he developed a relationship with Jewel, after he spotted her performing on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
    More Details Hide Details He invited her to compose a song for his film The Crossing Guard (1995) and followed her on tour.
  • 1991
    Age 30
    At the end of his first marriage, Penn moved in with actress Robin Wright, and their first child, a daughter named Dylan Frances, was born in 1991.
    More Details Hide Details Their second child, a son whom they named Hopper Jack, was born in 1993.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1987
    Age 26
    The relationship was marred by violent outbursts against the press, including one incident when Penn was arrested for assaulting a photographer on a film set; Penn was sentenced to 60 days in jail in mid-1987, of which he served 33 days. Madonna filed for divorce in December 1987 but later withdrew the papers, only to file them again in January 1989.
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  • 1985
    Age 24
    He met pop singer Madonna in February 1985, and they married that August on her birthday.
    More Details Hide Details The two starred in the panned and much-derided Shanghai Surprise (1986), directed by Jim Goddard, and Madonna dedicated her third studio album True Blue (1986) to Penn, referring to him in the liner notes as "the coolest guy in the universe".
  • TEENAGE
  • 1974
    Age 13
    Penn appeared in a 1974 episode of the Little House on the Prairie television series as an extra when his father, Leo, directed some of the episodes.
    More Details Hide Details Penn launched his film career with the action-drama Taps (1981), where he played a military high school cadet. A year later, he appeared in the hit comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982), in the role of surfer-stoner Jeff Spicoli; his character helped popularize the word "dude" in popular culture. Next, Penn appeared as Mick O'Brien, a troubled youth, in the drama Bad Boys (1983). The role earned Penn favorable reviews and jump-started his career as a serious actor. Penn played Andrew Daulton Lee in the film The Falcon and the Snowman (1985), which closely followed an actual criminal case. Lee was a former drug dealer by trade, convicted of espionage for the Soviet Union and originally sentenced to life in prison, but was paroled in 1998. Penn later hired Lee as his personal assistant, partly because he wanted to reward Lee for allowing him to play Lee in the film; Penn was also a firm believer in rehabilitation and thought Lee should be successfully reintegrated into society, since he was a free man again.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1960
    Born
    Born on August 17, 1960.
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