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Eric Bana Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Family, Career, Lifestyle & Net Worth – Eric Banadinović, known professionally as Eric Bana, is an Australian actor and comedian. He began his career in the sketch comedy series Full Frontal before his first movie, comedy-drama The Castle (1997), got him noticed by global audiences.

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Eric Bana Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Family, Career, Lifestyle & Net Worth

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Eric Bana Celebrity Profile

NameEric Bana
NicknameEric
Birth / Real NameEric Banadinović
ProfessionActor, comedian, film producer
Date of BirthFriday 9th of August 1968
Age (as of 2019)50 years old
GenderMale
Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
Currently Living InMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
NationalityAustralian
Zodiac / Star SignLeo
Professional debutSteve Vizard’s late night talk show, Tonight Live, in 1993
LanguagesEnglish

Eric Bana Financial

SalaryUnknown
Net worth$50 million

Eric Bana Education 

SchoolPenleigh and Essendon Grammar School in Melbourne, Victoria.
CollegeNational Institute of Dramatic Art
Educational QualificationUnknown

Eric Bana Family Information

FatherIvan (Worked as a logistics manager for Caterpillar, Inc)
MotherEleanor (Hairdresser)
ReligionCatholicism
Marital StatusMarried
RelationshipRebecca Gleeson
WifeRebecca Gleeson since 1997
ChildrenKlaus (Son), Sophia (Daughter)

Eric Bana Physical Stats

Height Meters (approx.)189 cm, 1.89 m
Height Feet/Inches (approx.)6 feet 2 inches
Weight in Kg (approx.)93 kg
Weight in Pounds (approx.)204.6 lbs
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlack
Chest in Inches45 Inches
Biceps in Inches16 Inches
Waist in Inches36 Inches

Eric Bana Social Media

FacebookUnknown
InstagramUnknown
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ericbana67
Google+Unknown
WebsiteUnknown

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Eric Bana Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Family, Career, Lifestyle & Net Worth

Eric Bana Other Information

Hobbies Photography, boxing, diving, cooking
Favourite FoodUnknown
Favourite ActorPaul Newman, Barry Humphries
Favourite ActressUnknown
Favourite DirectorUnknown
Favorite movieMad Max (1979)
Favorite ColorRed
Favorite SingerUnknown
Feet/Shoe SizeUnknown
SmokingNo
DrinkingYes
Awards

1997 Logie Awards

Most Popular Comedy Personality – Full Frontal,

2000 Australian Film

Institute Best Actor

in a Leading Role – Chopper,

2007 Australian Film

Institute Best Actor

in a Leading Role –

Romulus, My Father.

Known for?

Most known for the 2003 Hulk film playing the role of Bruce Banner/Hulk

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Career and Lifestyle Info:

In 1997, in spite of his lack of experience in dramatic roles, Bana was approached by director Andrew Dominik to appear in the film Chopper (2000), a biographical film based on the life of infamous Australian criminal Chopper Read. Dominik had been working on the project for five years, but was unable to find an actor to portray Read. Only after Read himself suggested Bana, having seen him perform a skit on television, did Dominik consider him for the part.

In 2001, director Ridley Scott cast Bana as an American soldier in the film Black Hawk Down (2001). Scott, with a recommendation from Russell Crowe and impressed by Bana’s performance in Chopper, did not require him to audition.[16] In the film, he played Sergeant First Class Norm ‘Hoot’ Hooten, an elite Delta Force soldier, who fights his way out of a battle in Mogadishu, Somalia after a mission to capture two top lieutenants of a renegade warlord goes awry. Bana shed the weight he had gained for Chopper and began an exercise regimen months before filming began. He also trained with Delta Force operators at Fort Bragg, learning to fire weapons and clear rooms.

In August 2009, he appeared as Henry DeTamble in the film adaptation of The Time Traveler’s Wife. Bana also co-starred with Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen in Judd Apatow’s third directorial feature, about stand-up comics, titled Funny People, marking Bana’s first appearance in an American mainstream comedy.

Family and Personal Info:

Bana was born in Melbourne, Australia. His father, Ivan, was Croatian and worked as a logistics manager for Caterpillar Inc., and his German mother, Eleanor, was a hairdresser, originally from near Mannheim in Germany. He has one older brother, Anthony. Bana grew up in Melbourne’s Tullamarine, a suburban area on the northern edge of the city, near Melbourne’s international airport, and attended Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School. In a cover story for The Mail on Sunday, he told author Antonella Gambotto-Burke that his family had suffered from racist taunts, and that it had distressed him. “Wog is such a terrible word,” he said. He has stated: “I have always been proud of my origin, which had a big influence on my upbringing. I have always been in the company of people of European origin”.

In 1995, while working on the television series Full Frontal, Bana began dating Rebecca Gleeson, a publicist with the Seven Network and daughter of then Chief Justice of New South Wales, and later Chief Justice of Australia, Murray Gleeson. They married in 1997, after Bana proposed to her on a trip to the United States, which he won from Cleo Magazine after being named their “Bachelor of the Year” in 1996. Bana and Gleeson have two children, a son, Klaus (born August 1999), and a daughter, Sophia (born April 2002).

Bana is a motor racing enthusiast, and participates in various motor racing competitions in Australia. At the age of 14, he wanted to leave school to focus full-time on becoming a motor mechanic, but his father convinced him to complete school, advising him to avoid making his hobby a job. Bana purchased his first car, a 1974 XB Ford Falcon coupé, at the age of 15 for A$1100 and, driving it, made his motor sport racing debut in Targa Tasmania 1996, a week-long race around Tasmania.

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