Jesse Eisenberg is a vegetarian actorBirthday: October 5, 1983
Birth Place: Queens, New York
Jesse Eisenberg began his career in musical theater, performing in a variety of shows in New Jersey and New York City. In 2002, at the age of 19, Jesse appeared in "Roger Dodger" garnering much critical praise for his performance. Since then Jesse has appeared in M. Night Shyamalon's "The Village", won awards for his role in Noah Baumbach's indie hit, "The Squid and the Whale", and appeared opposite Terrance Howard and Richard Gere in "The Hunting Party". Jesse's is best known for his starring or supporting roles in "The Education of Charlie Banks" and Mirimax's "Adventureland" which was directed by Greg Mottola ("Superbad"), a leading role in Reuben Fleischer's "Zombieland" for Columbia, role in "Solitary Man" opposite Michael Douglas and Susan Sarandon, a leading role the Sundance selection, "Holy Rollers", directed by Kevin Asch. Jesse also stared in a David Fincher's "The Social Network".