The Cast of Fearless

Jeff Bridges (Max Klein) official site of Jeff Bridges

Son of Lloyd Bridges and brother of Beau Bridges, he came to people's attention very early in his career with his Oscar nominated performance in The Last Picture Show. He received his second nomination three years later playing Clint Eastwood's sidekick in Thunderbolt and Lightfoot. He managed to survive such films as King King and Heaven's Gate and received his third nomination in 1984 for his role as an alien in Starman.In 2001, he was nominated once again for a supporting role as the US President in The Contender. Other memorable films include Tucker: The Man and His Dream, The Fisher King, American Heart, White Squall, and The Big Lebowski.

Rosie Perez (Carla Rodrigo)

She began her movie career in Spike Lee's controversial Do the Right Thing and played supporting roles in White Men Can't Jump, Untamed Heart, and It Could Happen To You. For her role in Fearless she received an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress but lost out to Anna Paquin for The Piano.

Isabella Rossellini (Laura Klein)

She is the daughter of actress Ingrid Bergman. A model and actress, she first came to the attention of American audiences with her performance in White Nights in 1985. This was followed up with a part in the bizarre Blue Velvet, directed by her husband and Twin Peaks creator, David Lynch. In 1989 she received praise for her role in Cousins. Recently, she could be seen in the television miniseries The Odyssey as Athena. Other tv movies include Crime of the Century, Merlin, and Don Quixote.

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After starring in National Lampoon's Animal House, he disappeared from film for several years before returning to play the title role in the Oscar winning Amadeus. He received a nomination for his role as the troubled composer but lost out to his costar, F. Murray Abraham. Since then, he has had memorable roles in Dominick and Eugene and Parenthood. Most recently, he was the voice of Quasimodo in Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame as well as its direct to video sequel.

John Turturro (Dr. Bill Perlman)
He began his film acreer with numerous small roles in the likes of Raging Bull, Gung Ho, and The Color of Money before gaining larger roles in Do the Right Thing and Miller's Crossing and a starring role in the bizarre Barton Fink. In 1992 he directed Mac and acted in it alongside his brother Nicholas Turturro (NYPD Blue). Though mainly known for his serious roles, he veered off into slapstick comedy in Brain Donors which was a cross between Three Stooges and the Marx Brothers. He often appears in films by Spike Lee (7 times) and the Coen Brothers (4 times). Some of his more memorable films include Robert Redford's Quiz Show, The Big Lebowski (also with Jeff Bridges), and The Cradle Will Rock.

Benicio Del Toro (Manny Rodrigo)

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He began his feature film career in Big Top Pee-wee as Duke the Dog-Faced Boy. He had small roles in Licence to Kill, The Indian Runner, and Christopher Columbus: The Discovery but he did not became well known until his memorable role as the mumbling Fenster in The Usual Suspects. Since then, he has been in such films as Excess Baggage, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Snatch, and The Way of the Gun. For his role in Steven Soderbergh's Traffic in 2000, he won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar.

Deirdre O'Connell (Nan Gordon)

She has had guest roles on such tv series as Kate & Allie, Law & Order, and Chicago Hope. She has had small movie roles in Tin Men, State of Grace, Leaving Normal, and City of Angels. Brad Silberling, director of City of Angels, liked her so much in Fearless that he cast her in a small but emotional role as yet another wife who is devastated by news of the death of her husband.

John De Lancie (Jeff Gordon)

Best known for his role as the omnipotent Q in the various Star Trek series, he has also acted in such TV series as Battlestar Galactica, Murder She Wrote, MacGyver, LA Law, Matlock, Touched by an Angel, Ally McBeal, and The West Wing as well as the miniseries The Thornbirds. For a number of years he could be seen in the soap opera The Days of Our Lives. Other films include The Fisher King (also with Jeff Bridges), The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, and Multiplicity. And fans of the shoot-em up game Outlaws should recognize him as the voice of Dr. Death.

Debra Monk (Alison)

A Tony award winning stage actress, she also won an Emmy for her recurring role of Katie Sipowicz on NYPD Blue. Her film roles include Prelude to a Kiss, Quiz Show, The Bridges of Madison County, The First Wives Club, Bed of Roses, The Devil's Advocate, Bulworth, and Center Stage.