Eric Stoltz is an American actor, director, and producer, best known for The Butterfly Effect, Pulp Fiction, Some Kind of Wonderful, and Mask. Other film credits include Little Women, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, 5 to 7, Kicking and Screaming, The House of Mirth, and Memphis Belle.
Television credits include Syfy’s Caprica, ABC’s Grey's Anatomy, ABC’s Once and Again, CBS’ Chicago Hope, and NBC’s Mad About You.
Theatre credits include his Broadway debut as George Gibbs in in Our Town (Lyceum Theatre), Simon Able in Sly Fox (Ethel Barrymore Theatre), Baron Tuzenbach in The Three Sisters (Cort Theatre), and Dion Boucicault in Two Shakespearean Actors (Criterion Center Stage) and Off-Broadway, as Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance of Being Earnest (Irish Repertory), William Reach in Down the Road (Linda Gross Theatre), Gil Harbison in The American Plan (N.Y.C. Center Stage), and Horace Robedaux in The Widow Claire (Circle in the Square Theatre).