The Voices Of Eric Bana: His Work In Animated Films

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Eric Bana had fame as an actor in Australia before coming to the United States to make his mark on american television and movies. He began his career in the land down under in the comedy series “Full Frontal’ in 1993. He then went on to super stardom by scoring a role in the 2000 Australian film, “biopic Chopper’. Bana then hit the hollywood scene with avengence and gained recognition in the 2001 Hollywood blockbuster, “Black Hawk Down’ where he played sergeant, Norm “Hoot’ Hooten. He then went on to play the lead role in the 2003, “Hulk’ and a supporting role in 2004-s “Troy’ opposite Brad Pitt. He continued to stay busy by taking the lead role in 2005 with the Steven Spielberg-s movie, “Munich’ and a villianous role in 2009 with “Star Trek’. In 2009, he also played opposite Rachel McAdams in the romantic movie,”The time traveler-s wife.’

As if Eric Bana wasn-t busy enough, he lended his talents and voice to the world of animation. In 2003, he lended his voice to the animated hit, “Finding Nemo’ as the voice of “Anchor’. He also had a voice over in the clay animation 2009 movie, “Mary and Max’.

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