In 1990, he starred opposite Angelica Houston and Annette Benning in "The Grifters" which witnessed him getting into the shoes of his first ever mature role, as Roy Dillon.During early 1990s he appeared in a series of flicks, but it wasn't until he co-produced, co-wrote and starred in "Grosse Point Blank" (1997) that he experienced career breakthrough.Zovatto will take on the role of one of three friends in the story who are tempted by the large sum of money found in the wilderness. Zovatto’s feature credits include last year’s “It Follows” and romantic comedy “Laggies.” TV credits include guest starring in ABC’s “Agents of S. American tabloids recently reported John Cusack’s companion was pregnant after she sported what some interpreted to be a ‘baby bump’.According to the report, a source close to the couple confirmed they were expecting a child. (read more)Is John Cusack about to be a dad to a little boy or girl?
Cusack remained on the periphery of the Brat Pack, sidestepping the meteoric rise and fall of most of his contemporaries, but he stayed busy with leads in films like The Sure Thing (1985) and Better Off Dead... Young Cusack is probably best remembered for what could be considered his last adolescent role: the stereo-blaring romantic Lloyd Dobler in Say Anything... A year later, he hit theaters as a grown-up, playing a bush-league con man caught between his manipulative mother and headstrong girlfriend in The Grifters (1990).Filed under: Zportz • Ellen De Generes • Hillary Clinton • Cher • Stephen Colbert • John Cusack • Michelle Obama • Seth Rogen • Twitter • Baseball • Instagram • Seth Meyers • MLB • Bill Murray • Amy Schumer • Leslie Jones Bill Murray wasn't the only A-lister who was pumped about the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series! Well several of our favorite celebs took to Twitter and Instagram to praise the MLB team following their game 7 win — including Amy Schumer, Michelle Obama, Seth Rogen, Hillary Clinton, and more! ICYMI, the MLB team beat the Cleveland Indians in game 7 of the 2016 World Series on Wednesday, putting an end to their 108 year dry spell.Related: José Fernández Was Drunk & High At Time Of Fatal Boat Accident Now many of these stars might've been inspired to send love the Chicago-based team's way because this World Series win marks the end of their 108 year "curse". Be sure to ch-ch-check out all of the best celebrity reactions to game 7 for yourself (below)! Related: José Fernández Was Drunk And High At Time Of Fatal Boat Accident Naturally, Twitter had a lot to say about the historic win — whether it was from gloating fans on the winning side, salty sore losers, or baseball enthusiasts who were just happy to see the dry spell over!In 1989, his starring role as Lloyd Dobler in "Say Anything" won him Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Actor category.He began receiving wider recognition since, resulting in offers to star in more promising features.