Australian actor Eric Banadinovic -- known professionally as Eric Bana -- has quite an extensive list of film credits. Check out his most memorable roles in our compilation of his greatest hits... so far.
Bana played Mission Commander Kristensen in this 2013 critically-acclaimed film based on the New York Times best-selling true story.
In this 2013 international suspense thriller, Bana must fight the forces of terror while working with his ex-lover. Hmm, which is scarier?
This 2012 crime drama, Bana and Olivia Wilde flee a casino heist and when things go awry... they wind up on the run.
In this movie, Bana does what any good father would do -- he teaches his young daughter advanced and ruthless killing skills as a means of self-defense against her enemies.
The Time Traveler
Bana plays a librarian with a rare genetic disorder that allows him to time travel. Which kinda puts a crimp in his marriage. You know -- “outta sight, outta mind.”
This Judd Apatow film features Bana as a cheating husband. What’s so funny about that, people?
Bana plays Romulan bad boy Nero in this 2009 Star Trek film. At least he didn’t have to play a Klingon with their creepy walnut-heads.
In this film adaptation of Homer’s epic, Bana plays Hector, one of Troy’s greatest warriors. And he has the biceps to prove it.
The Other Boleyn Girl
As Henry the 8th of England, Bana has to contend with two sisters fighting for his affection. Those sisters are played by Scarlett Johannson and Natalie Portman.
Romulus, My Father
In this 2008 release, Bana plays Romulus, father to Raimond. Based on the memoir by Raimond Gaita.
In this Steven Spielberg film, Bana plays Avner, in the true story of the Black September aftermath.
He’s big, he’s green, he’s bursting at the seams. Or at least that’s how he is when he’s agitated. Bana plays the mild-mannered David Banner and his hulking alter ego.
Based on a true story, Bana plays Mark "Chopper", a legendary criminal who wrote his autobiography while serving a jail sentence in prison.
Black Hawk Dawn
In this film by director Ridley Scott, Bana plays the soldier Hoot, who says of war, “… it's about the men next to you, and that's it. That's all it is.”
Bana plays Anchor, a frustrated hammerhead shark who is part of the "Fish are Friends, Not Food" support group.