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Back in January, he assaulted Paramount executive, Daniele Bernfeld, during the Sundance Film Festival and now Emile Hirsch is paying the price.
According to his plea deal "The Into the Wild" actor's punishment includes 15 days in jail, 50 hours of community service, and $4,750 in fines.
Yeah, I liked that it was contrary to what I’ve been known for.
In Prince Avalanche, my character is more interested in girls, partying and the city than hanging out in the middle of nowhere.
He’s being charged with felony assault and could face five years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
Two weeks ago he allegedly tackled a woman and put her in a chokehold during the Sundance Film Festival and now Emile Hirsch may be going to jail.
But I’m not, like, hacking up a squirrel as I make my tent. I like being funny but I think I’m more inclined towards drama. I shot Into The Wild and Speed Racer back-to-back and those movies were very difficult to make, for very different reasons.
I might do more comedy but trying to predict what you’re going to do next is a hopeless exercise as an actor. It was a privilege to be able to learn something that I could do, like a craft, as an adult, and to kind of get a head-start on that. And then promoting them was also a very long, arduous task. There was no question that I wanted to keep acting; I just didn’t feel like doing anything at that time. I went to Africa three times and I was able to make a lot of visual art.
Né d’un père producteur et d’une mère artiste, Emile Hirsch grandit à Santa Fe, au Nouveau-Mexique.
Sa carrière précoce débute à l’âge de 11 ans, lorsqu’il commence à tourner dans des épisodes de séries télévisées.
In 2008, Hirsch starred in Speed Racer and in Milk with Sean Penn, his director from Into the Wild.