The Evolution of Matt Damon From ‘Mystic Pizza’ to ‘Downsizing’ (Photos)
The Evolution of Matt Damon (Photos)
With a university professor who specialized in early childhood education as a mother, Matt Damon took to acting as a child to assert his own identity. He even dropped out of Harvard to pursue a career in acting and made his film debut at the age of 18 in the romantic comedy Mystic Pizza. The movie was a flop, but five years later, Matt teamed up with his childhood buddy Ben Affleck to write the screenplay for Good Will Hunting. It was our intro to Good Will's abs! That same year, Matt starred in the legal thriller The Rainmaker. Matt sported a lot of moose knuckle bulge in his tight neon green swimtrunks during a sexy beach scene in the psycho thriller The Talented Mr. Ripley
Matt Damon faxes photo of naked butt to Ben Affleck and Jimmy Kimmel
By Cassie Carpenter and Nadia Mendoza. The star of the Bourne trilogy films has transformed from action man to tanorexic as he takes on his first ever gay role playing Liberace's lover in a new HBO biopic Behind The Candelabra. Damon was seen shooting scenes at a Californian hotel with an overgrown mop of blonde hair, while showing off his bronzed skin in an unbuttoned shirt that bared his chest. Completing the costume, the year-old wore a gold chain around his neck and was clean-shaven.
Matt Damon was just 18 when he made his movie debut with a small role in 's "Mystic Pizza," which was also the second feature of Julia Roberts. In 's "School Ties," Damon played a prep school bully who antagonized a Jewish student played by Brendan Fraser in a naked shower room fight. Damon grew a peculiar, Ethan Hawke -like goatee for his role as Lt. For the "Courage Under Fire" role, Damon famously dropped 40 pounds off his already thin frame -- without a doctor's supervision. Damon was back in fitter, hotter form in the John Grisham adaptation of "The Rainmaker.