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Born: November 22, 1967 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Ruffalo had been tapped to co-star with Mel Gibson in "Signs" (to film in 2001), but had to drop out after undergoing surgery to remove a cyst in his ear.

"I'm really proud of it. I think it's a really adult, really beautiful cinematic piece of work. I think the characters are really complex. I think it's really honest and it doesn't objectify women. It's a really harrowing piece of storytelling. At the time, it was one of the premiere experiences of my acting career - working on that picture."---Ruffalo on working in the film "In the Cut" romanticmovies.about.com, September 2003

"I became an actor so I didn't have to be myself. I like to disappear in the parts I play."---Ruffalo to blackfilm.com, April 2004

"The way this business works is that, and these are the cold, hard facts, is that you have to have commercial success in order to have choices. Unfortunately! So I'm really particular."---Ruffalo to Bruce Kirkland of the Toronto Sun, April 20, 2004.

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