Jesse Eisenberg Nominated For Best Actor Oscars 2011
Will Jesse Eisenberg win Best Actor in tonights Oscars 2011?
Jesse Eisenberg has been nominated in the Best Actor category for the 83rd Academy Awards, aka The Oscars, for his performance in The Social Network. In the film, Eisenberg stars as Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg, and many have found Eisenberg’s portrayal riveting. But in one interview, Eisenberg expresses how he has a somewhat different take on the role. “I feel like I’ve acted better in other things,” the star admitted. “I mean, I acknowledge this movie is regarded better than anything I’ve ever been in. But it doesn’t always feel like a direct correlation between, like, what you do and the efforts you put in and the reception that follows.”
At the young age of 27, Best Actor nominee Jesse Eisenberg has already starred in a number of films, including “The Squid and the Whale,” “Adventureland,” and “Zombieland.”
While many are banking on Colin Firth taking home the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in “The King’s Speech,” the Academy Awards have had some surprises in the past.
Jesse Eisenberg first began acting at the age of 12, and has found comfort in his profession. Eisenberg appears to be a very humble person, and this nomination has definitely given him attention that he deserves. He will probably move on to be offered more serious roles. “I think of myself, just, you know, as an actor who got a role in something,”explained Eisenberg. “And, you know, I could just have easily gotten a role in a play in a 100-seat theatre about coal miners.” Good luck on the Best Actor Oscar.
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