Val Kilmer
Actor
Val Kilmer
Val Edward Kilmer is an American actor. Originally a stage actor, Kilmer is best known for his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in Batman Forever, he became popular in the mid-1980s after a string of appearances in comedy films, starting with Top Secret! (1984), then the cult classic Real Genius (1985), as well as blockbuster action films, including a supporting role in Top Gun and a lead role in Willow.
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A Bride Harbors An Intimate Secret In This Haunting Short Film
Huffington Post - 26 days
Set to marry a British man, a Filipina bride-to-be struggles with her feelings for a former girlfriend in “Jane’s Wedding,” director Cole Stamm’s 2014 short film.  Stamm, who co-wrote 2013’s “Riddle” starring Val Kilmer, said he was inspired by a real-life woman he met in the Philippines. The woman, who was also named Jane, worked as a housekeeper in a Manila hostel. Although Jane identified as sexually fluid, she told Stamm that she planned to marry a man “so that she could have children to take care of her when she got older.” “I found this fluidity to be really interesting and started observing the LGBT culture more and more, eventually going with Jane to the slum where she sometimes lived called Paranaque, where I met all of her queer friends, including her girlfriend,” Stamm, who originally hails from North Carolina and now resides in Los Angeles, told The Huffington Post. He had praise for the actress Angeli Bayani, who portrays Jane. “Angeli is really ...
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Jason O'Connell Talks Batman in "The Dork Night," Benjamin Evett Is the Ancient Mariner in "Albatross"
Huffington Post - about 1 month
Batman swept Jason O'Connell off his equilibrium when he was just a lad, and he's lived to tell the tale, which he's enthusiastically spinning in The Dork Night right now at the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre. For the extremely friendly and appealing O'Connell, Batman in his many film guises (Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, among them), the comic book figure hasn't simply been a pastime. For him, the pointed-eared masked figure has been more like a case of WWBD--What Would Batman Do? Since he was 9 years old, he's asked the pressing question of himself whenever faced with a dilemma. He's continued to employ Batman as role model right up to the present date when he's in his 40s. He's certainly relied on what he's learned for his several forays with the opposite sex. It's certainly been important for him, but not absolutely prohibitive, that the object of his affection is also a Batman aficionado--a Batwoman, you might say. When O'Connell, born in Commack and educated a ...
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Val Kilmer: Michael Douglas apologized for cancer story
CNN - 3 months
Fans were mightily concerned when Michael Douglas raised concerns about Val Kilmer's health.
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Val Kilmer says actor friend Douglas 'misinformed' on cancer claim
Reuters.com - 4 months
(Reuters) - Actor Val Kilmer has denied reports that he has cancer, saying that his friend Michael Douglas was "misinformed" when he told reporters Kilmer was in bad shape with oral cancer.
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Val Kilmer Speaks Out About Rumors That He Has Cancer
ABC News - 4 months
Michael Douglas had said "things don’t look too good for him."
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Michael Douglas Reveals Val Kilmer Is Battling Cancer
Huffington Post - 4 months
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Here's what Tom Cruise has to say about those 'Top Gun 2' rumours
Yahoo News - 4 months
Ever since producer Jerry Bruckheimer tweeted a photo with Tom Cruise earlier this year, rumours of a Top Gun sequel have been swirling merrily around the internet. There's now even an IMDb page saying the project has been announced and that Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer are linked, so that pretty much means it's definitely going ahead, right? SEE ALSO: Tom Cruise recreates Tom Cruise's entire film career in 9 minutes Well, maybe. When the question was put to the man himself during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday, Cruise was still a bit evasive. "We're discussing it," he says. "We're trying to figure it out. "If we can figure it out, I'd love to work on it." James Corden's sisters invade NFL locker room, interview semi-naked players Noted Cubs fan Bill Murray is the White House press secretary of your dreams Some kind Cubs fan please buy 90-year-old Dorothy Farrell a Jäger shot Tom Hanks reps Donald Trump for 'Black Jeopardy' on 'SNL'
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Val Kilmer Spotted Without Breathing Device Around His Neck In London
Huffington Post - about 1 year
 Val Kilmer is looking happy and healthy again more than a year after the actor was first rumored to be dealing with health issues.  Last year, the 56-year-old denied reports he underwent surgery to remove a tumor in his throat, but was later spotted wearing what seemed to be a tracheostomy tube in his neck. In recent months, the "Top Gun" star kept his neck covered with a bandana or scarf, causing many to speculate further.  Last week, the actor took to Facebook to share a photo of himself and his friend, Tracey Emin, after watching Ralph Fiennes perform in "The Master Builder" in London. In the pic, the medical device is noticeably absent from his neck, and Kilmer looks to be A-OK. .  He also shared a photo of himself with "Spring Breakers" director Harmony Korine, who has a show going on at the Gagosian Gallery in London. Again, the actor was seen without anything covering his neck.  Kilmer, who's been quite active on social media in the last ...
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That Flaming Lips Origin Story Is Faker Than You Thought
Huffington Post - about 1 year
The legend about The Flaming Lips' first-ever performance is that the band stole instruments from a local church and used them to play at a bar known for its cross-dressing clientele -- a suitably fitting origin for the psychedelic band that prides itself on not playing straight down the middle. Unfortunately, it's not exactly true. Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne laughed when the sort of rock folktale was brought up in an interview with The Huffington Post. He claimed that it's actually become "a combination of like three or four stories" that "sort of got simplified" over the years. As Coyne tells the myth, the era in which The Flaming Lips were becoming a band was a time of depression for Oklahoma -- where the band formed in 1983 -- and so Coyne ran with people that had it "pretty bad off" and "would be hard-working guys [who] couldn't find jobs." And so, with these hard economic times, these friends "would get involved in selling drugs and whatever just because they were ...
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John Trudell: A Personal Remembrance
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Native American activist, musician, poet, actor John Trudell John Trudell once traveled all the way to Tucson, Arizona to talk to Native American students about his life. His activism. But mostly, he wanted to talk about whatever they wanted to talk about. Diminutive, amiable, unassuming, he happily spent an entire afternoon with some of my students, before addressing the entire student body at an assembly. And for once, there was none of the usual wise cracking, wiggling and giggling in the audience. The students were rapt. He had a helluva story to tell. Some students knew about his American Indian Movement activist days from their parents, some of whom had actually gone to the occupations at Wounded Knee and Alcatraz. Others only knew him as an "That guy in Pow Wow Highway," a film dear to many Native people, and the Val Kilmer vehicle, Thunderheart. Others had never heard of him at all. But they heard him that day. Once he got his warrior on it was impossible not to he ...
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Val Kilmer Says "Yes" to Top Gun 2 on Facebook
Yahoo News - over 1 year
If Maverick (Tom Cruise) is flying again in Top Gun 2 , then he'll have Iceman by his side, according to Val Kilmer's official Facebook page. "I just got offered ‪#‎topgun2‬ - not often you get to say "yes" without reading the script...," Kilmer writes. Tom Cruise likely to return for Top Gun 2 The ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Top Gun Tom Cruise Val Kilmer This article, Val Kilmer Says "Yes" to Top Gun 2 on Facebook, originally appeared on TVGuide.com.
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Val Kilmer hospitalized
Reuters.com - about 2 years
The actor is receiving care for an undisclosed condition. Alicia Powell reports.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Val Kilmer
    FIFTIES
  • 2015
    Age 55
    In January 2015, Kilmer was hospitalized for massive bleeding in his throat.
    More Details Hide Details It was reported that Kilmer has a throat tumor and refused to seek treatment due to his religion, though Kilmer denies this.
  • 2013
    Age 53
    Kilmer reunited with Davis in the 2013 Easter special of the sitcom Life's Too Short, in which he plays a fictionalized version of himself as a mooching, arrogant eccentric.
    More Details Hide Details Kilmer has gotten into feuds with some of the actors with whom he has worked, notably The Island of Dr. Moreau co-star Marlon Brando and Red Planet co-star Tom Sizemore. Other actors have noted that he prepares for his roles extensively and meticulously. Irwin Winkler (director of At First Sight) talked about his decision to hire Kilmer. "I'd heard the stories, so I checked him out. I called Bob De Niro and Michael Mann, who'd worked with him on Heat, and they both gave him raves... I had a wonderful experience in spite of all the naysayers." Jeffrey Katzenberg (producer of Prince of Egypt) talks about the actor: "Val was one of the first people cast in The Prince of Egypt. He was there every step of the way; patient, understanding, and phenomenally generous with his time."
    In May 2013, Kilmer lobbied Congress on behalf of Equitable Access to Care and Health Act, or EACH Act (H.R. 1814), a bill "to provide an additional religious exemption from the individual health coverage mandate" of Obamacare.
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    In 2013, he reunited with his Top Gun co-star Anthony Edwards in the Disney animated movie Planes.
    More Details Hide Details Kilmer voiced the character Bravo, while Edwards supplied Echo. Kilmer also played the role of Detective Dobson in the series finale of the television show Psych. Kevin Spacey told James Lipton on Inside the Actors Studio that one of the turning points of his life was at a high school drama festival when he saw Kilmer and Mare Winningham perform a scene from The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and the drama teacher, Robert Carrelli, invited him to transfer to Chatsworth High School; he accepted. In the same interview, Spacey said he went to Juilliard because Kilmer did. Kilmer was at that time the youngest person ever admitted to Juilliard. During Kilmer's subsequent "Inside the Actors Studio" interview, he said "Robert Carrelli, who was our teacher, had a knack for producing and directing. And it was either Beverly Hills High, because of their very talented pool of students, or Chatsworth High that would win all these festivals."
  • 2012
    Age 52
    Citizen Twain was initially performed as a one-man show Hollywood workshop in April 2012; it is now the basis of Kilmer's film project, which will be his directorial debut.
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    In 2012, Kilmer received a Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Word.
    More Details Hide Details He also starred in Harmony Korine's short "The Lotus Community Workshop" which is part of a collaborative film The Fourth Dimension. He plays a version of himself from an alternate reality, that is a former actor, turned self-help guru. The Fourth Dimension is a collection of three standalone short films about parallel universes produced by Vice Films in collaboration with Grolsch Film Works, a new division of the namesake beer company. Kilmer notes that his addition to the list of actors, including John Malkovich (Being John Malkovich) and Al Pacino (Jack and Jill), that mock their real-life persona in fictional movies was an accident and says, "I still love saying the premise because it makes me laugh every time." In 2002, Kilmer worked on a film about the life of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Christian Science church, and Mark Twain, one of her most famous critics. Kilmer is still working on the film, which is about the lives and relationship of Mary Baker Eddy and Mark Twain as "a quirky, tender, tragicomic portrait of two contrasting lives, set against the backdrop of Gilded Age America."
  • 2010
    Age 50
    In 2010, Kilmer appeared as the villain Dieter Von Cunth in MacGruber, and Tenacious D's music video "To Be The Best" as a small cameo role.
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    In November 2010, Kilmer was filming in Kelseyville, California.
    More Details Hide Details He was finally able to work with his lifelong friend Francis Ford Coppola and star in the film Twixt. The film was filmed mostly on Coppola's estate in Napa County. The filming was expected to take five weeks and was being independently funded by Coppola.
    In 2010, Kilmer starred in the horror film from Michael Oblowitz, The Traveler, where he played the vengeful spirit of a man who had been tortured and murdered while in police custody.
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    Kilmer spoke at the May 5, 2010, commencement ceremonies of William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri.
    More Details Hide Details During his week-long visit on campus, he also performed his one-man play, Citizen Twain. He received an honorary doctorate "in recognition of his creative abilities and his contributions to art and theater."
  • FORTIES
  • 2009
    Age 49
    He appeared as the main antagonist "Mongoose" in a live TV series adaptation of the comic/video game of XIII on NBC in 2009.
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  • 2008
    Age 48
    Kilmer was the voice of the car KITT for the 2008 Knight Rider TV pilot film and the following television series.
    More Details Hide Details He replaced Will Arnett, who had to step down from the role due to contractual conflict with General Motors. In keeping with tradition established by the original Knight Rider series and original KITT actor William Daniels, Kilmer was uncredited for the role on-screen. He next starred alongside Nicolas Cage in the Werner Herzog film Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, and alongside Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson in Streets of Blood. Both were released in 2009.
    In 2008, Kilmer starred alongside Stephen Dorff in the Sony and Stage 6 film Felon.
    More Details Hide Details The film was given only a limited theatrical release in New York and Los Angeles in 2008, but it developed into a success secondary to positive word of mouth.
  • 2007
    Age 47
    In 2007, he guest-starred in hit TV series Numb3rs episode "Trust Metric" as torture expert Mason Lancer.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, he released a CD, proceeds of which went to his charity interests.
  • 2006
    Age 46
    The song "Val Kilmer" was named after him on Bowling for Soup's 2006 album The Great Burrito Extortion Case,.
    More Details Hide Details The song was later used for one of the Ford commercials on season 10 of American Idol in 2011.
    In 2006, he reunited with director Tony Scott a third time for a supporting role opposite Denzel Washington in the box-office hit Déjà Vu.
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  • 2005
    Age 45
    In 2005, he co-starred with Robert Downey, Jr. in the action-comedy film Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
    More Details Hide Details His performance was praised and the film was well reviewed, but the film received only a limited release. It later won the award as "Overlooked Film of the Year" from the Phoenix Film Critics Society.
    Kilmer performed in The Postman Always Rings Twice on the London stage from June to September 2005.
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  • 2004
    Age 44
    Finally in 2004, Kilmer appeared in an episode of Entourage, where he played a Sherpa whose primary source of income was the growing, harvesting and distributing high-quality cannabis, all under a guise of metaphysical insights.
    More Details Hide Details Kilmer was in negotiations with Richard Dutcher (a leading director of Mormon-related films) to play the lead role in a film entitled Prophet: The Story of Joseph Smith, although the project never materialized.
    Also in 2004, Kilmer returned to the theatre to play Moses in a Los Angeles musical production of The Ten Commandments: The Musical, produced by BCBG founder Max Azria.
    More Details Hide Details The production played at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood and also featured Adam Lambert. Kilmer had previously played Moses in the animated film The Prince of Egypt.
  • 2003
    Age 43
    Subsequently, he had a role in the drama, Stateside, and starred (again with Slater) in the thriller Mindhunters, which was filmed in 2003 but not released until 2005.
    More Details Hide Details Kilmer next appeared in the big budget Oliver Stone production, Alexander, which received poor reviews.
    In 2003, Kilmer starred alongside Kate Bosworth in the drama/thriller Wonderland, as well as appearing in The Missing, where he again worked with Willow director Ron Howard.
    More Details Hide Details The next year, he starred in Spartan, where he played a United States government secret agent who is assigned the task of rescuing the kidnapped daughter of the President. He received Delta Force-like training in preparation for the role.
  • 2002
    Age 42
    In 2002, he starred in the thriller The Salton Sea, which was generally well-reviewed, but received only a limited release.
    More Details Hide Details The same year, he teamed with his True Romance co-star, Christian Slater, and the two starred in the low-budget film, Hard Cash, also known as Run for the Money.
  • 2000
    Age 40
    Kilmer's first role in 2000 was in the big budget Warner Bros. box office disaster Red Planet.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, he had a supporting role in the film Pollock and hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1999
    Age 39
    Also in 1999, he played a blind man in the drama/romance At First Sight, which he described as being, of then, the hardest role he had ever had.
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  • 1998
    Age 38
    In 1998, he voiced Moses in the animated film The Prince of Egypt, before starring in the independent film Joe the King (1999).
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  • 1997
    Age 37
    In 1997 he played Simon Templar in the popular action film, The Saint.
    More Details Hide Details Kilmer looked forward to the title role as a change toward a more fun, less serious action thriller, while enjoying the "master of disguise" chameleon characters like a mad artist, a nerdy British scientist, a cleaner, and a Russian mob boss. Kilmer also wrote the poetry in the film. He received a salary of $6 million for the movie. The Saint was a financial success, grossing $169.4 million worldwide.
  • 1996
    Age 36
    In 1996, he appeared in a largely unknown film, Dead Girl, and starred alongside Marlon Brando in the poorly received The Island of Dr Moreau.
    More Details Hide Details That year, Kilmer starred alongside Michael Douglas in the thriller The Ghost and the Darkness.
    In February 1996, Kilmer decided not to return for another Batman feature film, feeling that Batman was being marginalized in favor of the villains.
    More Details Hide Details George Clooney replaced Kilmer as Batman in 1997's Batman & Robin. Kilmer also decided he wanted to do The Saint, which seemed "very different, fun" to be a thief who was pleased by "entertaining himself with the characters he would create". There were also reports that Kilmer had not had a good working relationship with Schumacher, as another reason for not reprising the role.
  • 1995
    Age 35
    Released in June 1995, Batman Forever was a success at the box office, despite receiving mixed reviews from critics.
    More Details Hide Details There was debate about Kilmer's performance; some critics charged that Kilmer, while physically fit to play Batman, more so than his predecessor Michael Keaton had been, gave a wooden performance as Bruce Wayne. Other critics though, such as Roger Ebert, had kind words for Kilmer. Batman creator Bob Kane said in a Cinescape interview that of all the actors to have played Batman up to that point, he felt Kilmer had given the best interpretation. Film critic Leonard Maltin (who criticized the dark tone contained in Batman Returns) complimented Kilmer's portrayal when he reviewed the film for his expanding collection of film reviews, as well as being very favorable of the film as a whole. Defenders of Batman Forever praised the film for portraying Batman as a more heroic, less ruthless, and more human character than in the Tim Burton films. The film also brought the film interpretation of Bruce Wayne more into line with his comic book counterpart, showing him as a socialite and a very public figure rather than the neurotic recluse of the previous films.
  • 1993
    Age 33
    In December 1993, Batman Forever director Joel Schumacher had seen Tombstone and was most impressed with Kilmer's performance as Doc Holliday.
    More Details Hide Details Schumacher felt him to be perfect for the role of the Caped Crusader, though at the time, the role was still Michael Keaton's. In July 1994, Keaton decided not to return for a third Batman film after 1992's Batman Returns, due to "creative differences". William Baldwin (who previously worked with Schumacher on Flatliners) was reported to be a top contender, though just days after Keaton dropped out, Kilmer was cast. Kilmer took the role without even knowing who the new director was and without reading the script.
    In 1993, Kilmer played Doc Holliday in the western Tombstone alongside Kurt Russell, in what is credited as one of Kilmer's finest performances.
    More Details Hide Details In the film, Doc Holliday performs Chopin’s Nocturne in E minor, Op.72, No. 1; however, Kilmer does not play the piano and he practiced that one piece for months in preparation. 1995 saw Kilmer star in Wings of Courage, a 3D IMAX film, and that same year, he starred opposite Al Pacino and Robert De Niro in Heat, which is now considered one of the best crime/drama films of the 1990s.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1989
    Age 29
    In 1989, Kilmer played the lead in both Kill Me Again, again opposite Whalley, and in TNT's Billy the Kid.
    More Details Hide Details After several delays, director Oliver Stone finally started production on the film The Doors, based on the band of the same name. Kilmer spoke with Oliver Stone early on, concerned about what he might want to do with the story because Kilmer didn’t believe in or want to promote substance abuse. Kilmer saw Morrison as having picked the wrong heroes, who had different issues, that were not part of the creativity or inspiration. Kilmer saw Morrison's story as one that could be told "a thousand different ways" and didn’t want to tell it by playing the role in the style of drugs, with which Oliver Stone agreed. Kilmer memorized the lyrics to all of lead singer Jim Morrison's songs prior to his audition, and sent a video of himself performing some Doors songs to director Stone. Stone was not impressed with the tape, but Paul Rothchild (the original producer of The Doors) said "I was shaken by it" and suggested they record Kilmer in the studio. After Kilmer was cast as Morrison, he prepared for the role by attending Doors tribute concerts and reading Morrison's poetry.
  • 1988
    Age 28
    Kilmer was married to actress Joanne Whalley from March 1988 to February 1996.
    More Details Hide Details The two met while working together on the film Willow. The couple had two children: a daughter, Mercedes (b. October 29, 1991), and a son, Jack (b. June 6, 1995). Warwick Davis, Kilmer's co-star from the 1988 fantasy Willow, in his audio commentary for the film said that the question he's most asked is what it was like working with Kilmer. Though Kilmer has a reputation of being difficult, Davis describes him as a very funny man and a hard working, dedicated actor.
    Kilmer starred in the Colorado Shakespeare Festival production of Hamlet in 1988.
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  • 1985
    Age 25
    During a brief hiatus, he backpacked throughout Europe before going on to play the lead character in the 1985 comedy Real Genius.
    More Details Hide Details He turned down a role in David Lynch's Blue Velvet before being cast as naval aviator "Iceman" in the action film Top Gun alongside Tom Cruise. Top Gun grossed a total of $344,700,000 worldwide and made Kilmer a major star. Following roles in the television films The Murders in the Rue Morgue and The Man Who Broke 1,000 Chains, Kilmer played Madmartigan in the fantasy Willow; he met his future wife, co-star Joanne Whalley, on the film's set.
  • 1983
    Age 23
    Also in 1983, Kilmer self-published a collection of his own poetry entitled My Edens After Burns, that included poems inspired by his time with Pfeiffer.
    More Details Hide Details The book of poems is difficult to obtain, expensive and even second-hand copies fetch $300 and up. His big break came when he received top billing in the comedy spoof of spy movies Top Secret!, where he played an American rock and roll star. Kilmer sang all the songs in the film and released an album under the film character's name, "Nick Rivers." While garnering more substantial roles and prestige, he also gained a reputation as a ladies man, dating numerous women, some many years older, including Cher and Ellen Barkin.
    In 1983 he appeared off Broadway in The Slab Boys with Kevin Bacon and Sean Penn.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, his first off-stage acting role (excluding television commercials) came in the form of an episode of ABC Afterschool Special called One Too Many, which was an educational drama on drinking and driving; it also starred a young Michelle Pfeiffer.
    Kilmer turned down a role in Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 film The Outsiders, as he had prior theatre commitments.
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  • 1981
    Age 21
    In 1981, while at Juilliard, Kilmer co-authored and starred in the play How It All Began, which was performed at the Public Theater at the New York Shakespeare Festival.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1959
    Born
    Born on December 31, 1959.
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