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Now, you or someone you love, can be the sole owner of any Matt Dillon moment, past, present or future.

For example, imagine giving your loved one the minute you first met Matt Dillon, the minute Matt Dillon was born or another meaningful Matt Dillon moment.

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Own a minute in the life of Matt Dillon

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  • 18 February 1964 Matt Dillon was born.
  • 27 June 1980 His first film role, appearing in, “Over the Edge”.
  • 6 October 1989 The movie "Drugstore Cowboy" was released, for which he received Independent Spirit Award in Best Male Lead Award category.
  • 5 March 2006 Was nominated for Oscar in category Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role for movie "Crush".
  • 11 March 2006 Hosted "Saturday Night Live" with musical guest British indie group Arctic Monkeys.
  • 14 July 2006 Dillon appears on screen with Kate Hudson in “You, Me and Dupree”.

Matt Dillon: Right Place and Right Time

Matt Dillon, born in 1964, was not looking to become an actor, but fell into it quite by accident. As talent scouts were wandering his school, they invited the good looking teen to come in to a casting call. By doing so, Matt landed a role in Over the Edge in 1979. He played several troubled teen roles over the next few years, but the movies that made him the heart throb of the 80’s were Tex in 1982 and The Outsiders and Rumble Fish both in 1983.

As Matt Dillon got older, his roles also started to mature. With more adult roles, he played in Target and later in Drugstore Cowboy before doing several not so talked about romance roles in B movies. He resurfaced with more success in The Saint of Fort Washington and Mr. Wonderful both in 1993 and in successful To Die For in 1995. He continued to broaden in thrillers as well as comedies including Wild Things, There’s Something About Mary, and One Night at McCool’s. He even delved into directing with City of Ghosts in 2002.

With ups and downs in his career, Matt Dillon has been overall successful. We haven’t seen him on the radar lately, but he will surely dazzle us with a new project soon.

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