The Many Faces of… Ben Affleck

Overview of the career and roles of actor Ben Affleck

On August 15, 1972 Ben Affleck was born in Berkeley, California. He became friends with Matt Damon at the age of 8. He started acting when he was young, appearing on several TV shows and movies. He worked together with director Kevin Smith in various movies like Mallrats, Jersey Girl, Chasing Amy and Clerks 2. His real breakthrough came when he starred in Good Will Hunting, which he wrote together with Damon. Movies he has been in include Boiler Room, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, Daredevil, Gigli and Hollywoodland. He earned a lot of respect as a director with the movies Gone Baby Gone, The Town and Argo (appearing in the last two).

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17 thoughts on “The Many Faces of… Ben Affleck

  1. I’ve got to admit that to this day I still don’t think he’s a good actor, but he’s getting better. He is a GREAT director however, I like all three of his films so far, hope he’ll do even more!

  2. Ben Affleck gets a ridiculous amount of hate and I don’t understand it! I think he’s a solid actor. Enjoyed a lot of his films from Dogma, Mallrats, Good Will Hunting and Boiler Room.

    I love that he’s excelling as a director more though. The Town, Gone Baby Gone and Argo are fantastic films and really hope there’s more like those from him.

  3. Trouble is, whenever I see Ben Affleck’s name, I think of that little black kid in Role Models calling Paul Rudd, “Reindeer Games”.

    When Rudd protests that he’s not Ben Affleck, the comeback is priceless.

    “You white, then you Ben Affleck.”

    Good director though!

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