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American actor
Born: April 19, 1978 (age 43 years), Palo Alto, California, United States
Height: 1.8 m
Books: Palo Alto, Actors Anonymous, Straight James / Gay James

Siblings: Dave Franco, Tom Franco
Education: Columbia University School of the Arts (2010)
Birthday: April 19, 1978
Age: 43 Years, 43 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Aries
Also Known As: James Edward Franco
Born Country: United States
Born In: Palo Alto, California, United States

Famous As: Actor, Writer, Producer, Director, Teacher
Height: 5’11” (180 cm), 5’11” Males
Father: Douglas Eugene
Mother: Betsy Lou (Née Verne)

Siblings: Dave, Dave Franco, Tom, Tom Franco
U.S. State: California
City: Palo Alto, California
Education: Columbia University School Of The Arts (2010), University Of California, Los Angeles (2006–2008), Tisch School Of The Arts, Brooklyn College, Warren Wilson College, Palo Alto High School, University Of Houston, Rhode Island School Of Design, Yale

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Franco has described himself as Jewish; regarding his secular upbringing, he told The Guardian that he feels as if he has “missed out on the Jewish experience”, but has been told not to worry about that by his Jewish friends and said in the same interview that he likes “the idea of religion as a source of community”.

When asked if he was a “believer”, he responded, “In God? I don’t know. Yes. To a certain extent. It’s a complicated question.”

In 2015, he had an official bar mitzvah ceremony, presided over by a rabbi.

Due to his support for the LGBT community and his portrayal of gay characters in his projects, Franco’s sexuality has been a subject of discussion in media sources, relentlessly questioning if he himself is gay.

In response to questions regarding his sexuality, he insists he finds plenty more dimensions to the characters than their bedroom proclivities.

“Or, you know what,” he quipped, “maybe I’m just gay.”

In a March 2015 interview with Four Two Nine magazine, Franco again opened up about his sexuality, stating, “In the twenties and thirties, they used to define homosexuality by how you acted and not by whom you slept with.

Sailors would fuck guys all the time, but as long as they behaved in masculine ways, they weren’t considered gay.”

He added, “Well, I like to think that I’m gay in my art and straight in my life.”

After meeting on the set of Whatever It Takes in 1999, Franco dated co-star Marla Sokoloff for five years.

He was later in a relationship with actress Ahna O’Reilly until 2011.

He confirmed their separation in an interview for Playboy magazine’s August 2011 issue, saying that his interest in education got between them.

James Edward Franco was born on April 19, 1978, to Betsy Lou Verne, a writer and actress from an immigrant Russian Jewish family, and Douglas Eugene Franco, a Silicon Valley businessman of Portuguese and Swedish descent, at Palo Alto, California.

He grew up in California with his two younger brothers, Tom and Dave. He was talented at mathematics, and interned at Lockheed Martin.

He graduated from Palo Alto High School in 1996.

As a teenager, he was arrested for offences like underage drinking, graffiti, and selling stolen designer fragrances from department stores to classmates. All these activities and events resulted into his briefly becoming a ward of the state.

James Franco met actress Maria Sokoloff on the sets of “Whatever It Takes”. They dated for five years. Later, he was in a relationship with Ahna O’Reilly until 2011 when he confirmed their separation.

To prepare for the title role of “James Dean”, this actor started smoking two packs of cigarettes a day, dyed his hair blond, learned to ride a motorcycle, play the guitar and the bongos.

This hardworking movie personality prepared for his role in “Annapolis” by training in boxing for eight months. He also practiced horseback riding and sword fighting to play the legendary Tristan in “Tristan & Isolde”.

Voted as the student with the “best smile” in high school

Started taking acting classes at UCLA to help overcome his shyness

Once worked at McDonald’s, where he faked various accents while conversing with female customers

Learned to ride a motorcycle and play congas for his Golden Globe-winning performance in a made-for-TV biography of James Dean

Considered for the title role in Spider-Man, but instead won the part of Peter Parker’s pal, Harry Osborn

Wrote and directed four independent films and one short subject in the mid-to-late 2000s

Returned to college as an adult, graduating from the University of California at age 30 in 2008

Appeared as himself on TV’s 30 Rock in 2010, plunging into a faux romance with the character Jenna Maroney

Is an artist whose work has been featured in gallery exhibits