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Hauser, who is following the strict guidelines and encouraging many to heed the recommendations of our government officials, is coming off an exceptional year. Winning the Breakthrough Performance award from the National Board of Review, the Michigan born actor has a number of exciting projects on the horizon.
With an upcoming role in Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods” from Netflix, which marks his second collaboration with the iconic filmmaker following “BlacKkKlansman” (which won the Oscar for Adapted Screenplay), he’s going to be another talent to watch.
He also has upcoming roles in Tiller Russell’s “Silk Road” opposite Jason Clarke, the long-delayed “Adam” (formerly “Quad”) opposite Aaron Paul and Jeff Daniels, and an untitled TV movie from FOX co-starring Katie Holmes and written by Ilene Chaiken (writer of “The L Word” and producer of “The Handmaid’s Tale”) and Melissa Scrivner-Love (writer/producer of “Rosewood”).
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While 2019 marked his “breakout year” in the eyes of awards pundits, we recognized his talent and abilities early as scene-stealing and eccentric “Shawn” in Craig Gillespie’s “I, Tonya.”
Fun fact, since 2017, at least one film per year in which he’s had a role, has resulted in Oscar attention for his co-stars:
- “I, Tonya” (2017) – Margot Robbie (nominated for Lead Actress) and Allison Janney (won Supporting Actress)
- “BlacKkKlansman” (2018) – Adam Driver (nominated for Supporting Actor)
- “Richard Jewell” (2019) – Kathy Bates (nominated for Supporting Actress)
Join us tomorrow for the LIVE recording and you can begin to submit questions for Paul Walter Hauser in the comments section below.