Who was brad pitt dating in 1994

However, after seeing the final film, Rice retracted her initial statements and filmed a short spot for the video version, endorsing the film.

Caryn James of The New York Times reported, “the power of the film depends on Mr. Low-key and serene, he makes Louis convincing as a bereaved father, lover, even son.” Pitt’s next few efforts secured his place as a Hollywood staple; still, many critics found his roles lacking in dimension.

Then, in 1997, after a seven-month engagement, the couple split for unknown reasons.

More Serious Fare However, later that year, the Hollywood sunshine set the golden boy alight once more in Robert Redford’s 1992 film A River Runs Through It, based on Norman Mc Lean’s autobiography.

Pitt played the main character’s gambling, fly-fishing brother (looking remarkably like a younger version of the director).

Pretty Boy Roles Pitt’s first jobs came in television, appearing in episodes of Dallas, the daytime soap Another World, the sitcom Growing Pains and in 1990’s short-lived Fox Television series Glory Days.

In 1989, Pitt played Billy Canton, the drug-addicted pimp of a teenage runaway (played by Juliette Lewis) in the NBC made-for-television movie Too Young to Die.

Pitt made his big-screen debut in 1989’s horror film Cutting Class and his role in 1994’s Legends of the Fall helped secured his place as a Hollywood staple.

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