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March 14, 1976 (48)

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Corey Stoll is an American actor, known for his breakout role in the television series “House of Cards.”

Stoll’s filmography is a testament to his dynamic range as an actor. He gained significant attention for his portrayal of Peter Russo in “House of Cards,” a role that earned him widespread acclaim. His film roles include playing Ernest Hemingway in “Midnight in Paris,” which was praised for its authenticity and depth. Other notable films include “Ant-Man,” where he played the antagonist Darren Cross, and “First Man,” where he portrayed Buzz Aldrin. On television, Stoll has been part of several successful series, including “The Strain,” where he played Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, and “Ratched,” a psychological thriller series.

Collaboration has been a key aspect of Stoll’s career, working alongside many notable figures in the industry. In “Midnight in Paris,” he worked under the direction of Woody Allen and alongside actors like Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams. In “Ant-Man,” he shared the screen with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly, under the direction of Peyton Reed. His role in “First Man” saw him acting alongside Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy, under the acclaimed director Damien Chazelle. On television, his work in “House of Cards” involved collaboration with Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, under the direction of David Fincher. In “The Strain,” he worked with actors like David Bradley and Mia Maestro, and in “Ratched,” he collaborated with Sarah Paulson and Finn Wittrock.

Stoll’s work has not gone unrecognized, earning him various nominations and awards. His portrayal of Peter Russo in “House of Cards” earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film. His role in “Midnight in Paris” contributed to the film’s critical acclaim and awards success, including an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.