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Greg Kinnear

Actor Date of birth 17th June 1963
Place of birth Logansport, Indiana, USA
Year of debut 1988
First feature film What Price Victory

Awards

  • Academy Awards nominated1
  • Golden Globe Awards nominated1
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Biography

Born in the US, Greg Kinnear and his family travelled around the world. They lived in a range of countries including Lebanon and Greece. Back in the US, he got a degree in journalism. He became a reporter for MTV. He went on to host his own late-night talk show Later With Greg Kinnear. He rose to prominence starring as Jack Nicholson's neighbour in As Good As It Gets. He has since showcased his diversity, appearing in many genres from comedy to horror.

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Greg Kinnear's films

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Packshot for the film Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Certificate
15 Certificate
Duration
118 Mins
Released
2014

Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) and the news team return to launch the first ever 24-hour news network. Infrequent strong sex references and hard drug use.

Rent for £3.49
Packshot for the film Little Miss Sunshine
Certificate
15 Certificate
Duration
99 Mins
Released
2006

An eccentric family drive their daughter (Abigail Breslin) to a beauty pageant. Co stars Steve Carell. Contains strong language and drug use.

Rent for £2.50

Did you know?

  • Greg Kinnear helped coin the verb to kinnear – to take a candid photograph surreptitiously. The verb was created when blogger Stephanie Pearl-Mc Phee attempted to take his photograph at an airport.
  • While a student in Athens, Greece, he hosted his own radio talk show called School Daze With Greg Kinnear.
  • His father, Edward Kinnear, was a career diplomat for the US State Department.
  • He has appeared in a number of popular television series including Friends and LA Law.
  • After his time spent living in Athens, he can speak fluent Greek.

Awards

  • 1 Academy Awards nominated

    • 1998 Best Actor in a Supporting Role - As Good As It Gets
  • 1 Golden Globe Awards nominated

    • 1998 Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - As Good As It Gets