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He played Noah Percy, a mentally disabled young man, in the film The Village, by M.Night Shyamalan, shell-shocked war veteran Jack Starks in The Jacket, writer Jack Driscoll in the 2005 King Kong remake, and father-to-be Peter Whitman in The Darjeeling Limited by Wes Anderson.King Kong was both a critical and box office success; it grossed 0 million worldwide and is Brody's most successful film to date in monetary terms.Additionally, Brody played a detective in Hollywoodland.On January 16, 2012, Brody made his runway debut as a model for Prada Men Fall/Winter 2012 show.In 2014, Brody collaborated again with Wes Anderson in the critically acclaimed and Oscar-winning Grand Budapest Hotel, where he played Dmitiri.
After The Pianist Brody appeared in four very different films.
In Dummy (released in 2003 but originally shot in 2000, just prior to his work in The Pianist) he portrayed Steven Schoichet, a socially awkward aspiring ventriloquist in pursuit of a love interest (his employment counsellor).
He learned ventriloquism and puppetry for the role (under the tutelage of actor/ventriloquist Alan Semok) convincingly enough to perform all of the voice stunts and puppet manipulation live on set in real time, with no subsequent post dubbing.
Brody is also the only male American actor to receive the French César Award.
Early life Brody was born in Woodhaven, Queens, New York, the son of Sylvia Plachy, a photojournalist, and Elliot Brody, a retired history professor and painter.