Culkin, Macaulay Actors and Actresses Acting Performing Arts
He began his stage career at the age of four and made the first of several small film appearances in "Rocket Gibraltar" (1988), Macaulay was quite effective in juvenile supporting roles in "Uncle Buck" (1989) and "Jacob's Ladder" (1990) as the possibly angelic son of Tim Robbins. He unexpectedly shot to superstardom with his lead role in the John Hughes-produced "Home Alone" (1990) playing a resourceful child who is accidently left behind when his family goes on a European vacation. His engaging performance helped power the film to a box-office gross of nearly $300 million, and his trademark look of alarm--hands slapped around his face, mouth dropped open--became a favorite American icon.
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- Macaulay World - Photos, resume, and links to other related sites.
- Macaulay Culkin Website - Biographical details and pictures, with news items, articles, culkin, macaulay quotes c and links.
- TeenHollywood.com: Macaulay Culkin - Article discussing his role in the movie "Saved". By Lynn Barker.
- My Macaulay Page - Includes biographical information, trivia, pictures, news items and an e-mail culkin, macaulay discussion forum.
- Macaulay-Culkin.com - Check out his filmography, browse the dozens of c photos, and read fun facts about him.
- Macaulay Home Page - Fan page with biographical information and photos.
- TV-Now.com - Current month TV schedule for Macaulay Culkin.
- IMDb - Macaulay Culkin - Filmography, biography, photographs and links.
- Amy's Macaulay Culkin Page - Small site with biographical information and pictures.
- Macaulay Culkin - Small fan site with links and photos.
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