What happened to Emile Hirsch: From working with Sean Penn and Heath Ledger to spending 15 days in prison for assaulting a woman

What happened to Emile Hirsch: From working with Sean Penn and Heath Ledger to spending 15 days in prison for assaulting a woman

He reminded us of his collaboration with Quentin Tarantino in the movie ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ when he was convicted of assault.

The moment an actor or actress becomes a star is usually associated with a role that boosts their career. In Emilia Hirsch it is one Christopher McCandless On the Wild Roads. The film, directed by Sean Penn, was praised by critics and the public. It ended up being nominated for two Oscars and won a few awards. However, Hirsch’s life had a turning point a woman to part in prison and 15 days in condemnation.

Born on March 13, 1985 in Los Angeles, California (United States), Hirsch began working as an actor in the late 1990s. The first parts are fake. blood sect (1996) and also participated in the series as March everything (1997). twin things (1999) and Sabrina, De rebus maleficarum (1999).

In 2004, she starred in The Girl Next Door, a romantic comedy with Elisha Cuthbert in the cast. Dogtown Masters, with Heath Ledger in the cast, was made in 2005 and in 2007 it was turned into Wild, an adaptation of the novel of the same name written by Jon Krakauer.

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The story the film tells is true Christopher McCandlessa man who crossed North America into the Alaskan wilderness in the early 1990s. McCandless’ final days were spent in a remote national park, where he lived in a deserted bus.

After Into the Wild, Hirsch worked on Speed ​​Nation (2008) by sisters Lilly and Lana Wachowski, starred in Sean Penn’s film My Name is Harvey Milk (2008) and in Matthew McConaughey’s film Joe (2011).

Justice problems

In 2015, an attack on a woman at a party brought him to justice. In February, Hirsch was You charged a Paramount Pictures executive with aggravated assault and strangulation at a Sundance Film Club. The interpreter claimed that he had no recollection of what had happened while he was drunk.

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Months later, Hirsch pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault. Sentence: 15 days in jail, a $4,750 fine, and 90 days of probation. He also commanded 50 hours of community service. After the event, Hirsch entered a rehabilitation center.

“I know what I did was wrong, reckless and irresponsible,” he said in court. “I have no excuses not to remember, I put those chemicals inside me”.

After his time in rehabilitation, he decided not to talk about what happened again: “I don’t think it’s something I would like to talk about in the rest of my life, but I feel that people naturally have questions. I don’t think that I or anyone else should necessarily produce details. In the end I was wrong. I’m sorry. I’m so sorry.”

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Shortly after being released from rehab, Hirsch received a role in the film The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016). Later, the actor himself worked on the film, but the titles were not successful. Notable: He died in 2019 Jay Sebring in Quentin Tarantino’s film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. He also cast Jim in Guillermo del Toro’s animated series Trollhunters (2016).

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Returning to the film starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, Tarantino fired actress Jameela Jamil for her 2015 incident to recall. “Cool. Emile Hirsch strangled my best friend’s little boy until he left at a party in front of dozens of witnesses. Sundance Festival (and damned) but Tarantino just signed him in the movie. Intense case of white male privilege,” She-Hulk’s interpreter: Hulk’s lawyer posted on Twitter.

Looking forward, Hirsch continues to work as an actor and has a few films in the works.

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