Michael Culkin

Michael Culkin was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Culkin started his acting career landing roles in such films as the Virginia Madsen horror film "Candyman" (1992), "Immortal Beloved" (1994) with Gary Oldman and "The Woodlanders" (1997) with Rufus Sewell. He also appeared in "The Fifth Element" (1997) with Bruce Willis, the Toby Stephens dramatic adaptation "Photographing Fairies" (1998) and "Dangerous Beauty" (1998). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the comedic adaptation "Relative Values" (2000) with Julie Andrews, the crime flick "Place Vendôme" (2000) with Catherine Deneuve and the dramatic adaptation "The Hours" (2002) with Meryl Streep. He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Being Julia" (2004) with Annette Bening. Recently, he continued to act in the dramatic adaptation "Dorian Gray" (2009) with Ben Barnes, "The Iron Lady" (2011) and the Benedict Cumberbatch dramatic adaptation "The Fifth Estate" (2013). He also appeared in the Timothy Spall biopic drama "Mr. Turner" (2014) and the Johnny Depp comedic action flick "Mortdecai" (2015). Culkin most recently acted on "Genius" (National Geographic, 2017-).