Christian Slater stars in "Breaking In" on FOX as Oz. Previously, he starred in ABC's drama "The Forgotten," as Alex Donovan, and NBC's "My Own Worst Enemy" as Henry Spivey, a man with two lives and personalities.

With an impressive career that spans the genres of film, television and stage, Christian Slater has established himself as one of the most talented actors of his generation.

In 2008 he completed production on "Dolan's Cadillac," based on the Stephen King short story, in which he portrays a mobster who murders a woman to keep her from testifying against him.

In 2007, Slater returned to London to star in the sold-out play "Swimming with Sharks," directed by Wilson Milan. Slater played producer Buddy Ackerman, the mastermind of a top studio's high-grossing, ultra-violent horror slate, and one of Hollywood's most powerful men.

Slater also starred in the Weinstein Company film "Bobby" which was written and directed by Emilio Estevez. The feature also stars Anthony Hopkins, Demi Moore, Sharon Stone and William H. Macy. It concerns the assassination of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, on June 6, 1968, and centers around 22 people who were at the Los Angeles Ambassador Hotel when he was killed. Slater plays the hotel's catering and kitchen manager, where the assassination takes place.

Slater starred opposite Anthony Hopkins in the feature film "Slipstream," which Hopkins also wrote and directed. The film was screened at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Slater also starred in the film "He Was a Quiet Man," opposite William H. Macy and Elisha Cuthbert. The film was written and directed by Frank Cappello.

Slater returned to London in 2006 to reprise his critically acclaimed role as Randle P. McMurphy in the Really Useful Group's production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." It re-opened in March 2006 and ran through May 2006. The play, which previewed at the Edinburgh Festival, opened in London's West End on September 6, 2004 to rave reviews. The huge success of the play led to two extensions, finally closing on January 22, 2005 after over 150 sold-out shows. Slater won a "Whatsonstage Best Actor Award" for his incredible performance. Slater also won the Favorite Actor award two years in a row at the Big Star Awards.

In 2005, Slater continued his theater success by starring in "The Glass Menagerie" on Broadway opposite Jessica Lange in the role of Tom. Slater was selected to replace another actor in the play a few weeks before opening, and he quickly mastered the role and delivered a remarkable performance. Slater received an award for Favorite Featured Actor in a Broadway Play at the Audience Awards. The play ran from March 22–July 3, 2005.

In 2005, Slater was also seen starring in "Churchill: The Hollywood Years," opposite Neve Campbell.

In 2002 and 2003, Slater made his mark on primetime television with two captivating guest-star character arcs. On "The West Wing," Slater portrayed Lt. Commander Jack Reese. As Neil Caplan, a vulnerable scientist on "Alias," Slater found himself entangled with terrorists eager to exploit his intelligence.

Making his film debut in 1985 in "The Legend of Billie Jean," Slater has proven his versatility to excel in various genres with his extensive film credits. As an action hero, Slater was seen in John Woo's "Windtalkers," opposite Nicolas Cage, and "Broken Arrow" with John Travolta. Slater has also proven his ability to portray characters whose roles create a cult following, such as his unforgettable performances as Clarence Worley in "True Romance," as Robert Boyd in "Very Bad Things" and as Jason Dean in Michael Lehmann's "Heathers." Slater's other film credits include "The Contender," "Bed of Roses," "Murder in the First," "Interview with a Vampire," "Untamed Heart," "Pump Up the Volume," Jean-Jacques Annaud's "The Name of the Rose," Francis Ford Coppola's "Tucker: The Man and His Dream" and "Gleaming the Cube."

Slater's producing credits include "Basil" and "Hard Rain," and he also starred in both. He also served as an executive producer on Peter Berg's "Very Bad Things." In 1996, Slater made his directorial debut with "Museum of Love," a short film for Showtime.

As an alum of the prestigious Dalton School and the Professional Children's School in New York City, Slater debuted on Broadway at the age of 9 in "The Music Man," alongside Dick Van Dyke, and went on to play the title lead in "Oliver." More recently, Slater has garnered critical acclaim for his starring role in the Broadway production of "Sideman." "Macbeth," "David Copperfield" and "Merlin" also number among his Broadway credits. off-Broadway, Slater starred in such productions as "Landscape of the Body," "Between Daylight," "Boonville," "Dry Land" and "Somewhere's Better."

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How tall is he? How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 48 years old
Birthday: August 18, 1969
Height: 5' 8 ½"
Nickname: Slates
Full Name / Real Name: Christian Michael Leonard Slater
Birthplace: New York, NY
Wife: Ryan Haddon (2/12/2000 - 11/21/2006, divorced, 2 children)

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