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Dano acted in his first major film role when he was 16, playing the character of Howie Blitzer, a teenage boy who becomes involved with a middle-aged ephebophile, played by Brian Cox, in L. In 2005, he played supporting roles in The King with Gael Garcia Bernal, and The Ballad of Jack and Rose with Daniel Day-Lewis.
He came to greater attention in 2006, when he played as Dwayne, a voluntarily mute teenager as part of an ensemble in the comedic drama Little Miss Sunshine, which received critical acclaim and collective awards for its cast.
Dano's work with Daniel Day-Lewis led to a dual role opposite him in his next film, Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood, playing identical twin brothers Eli and Paul Sunday.
This earned him a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and brought him positive reviews, with Texas Monthly saying that his performance was "so electric that the movie sags whenever he's not around." Dano appeared in several additional Broadway productions including A Thousand Clowns at the Roundabout Theatre, and in the Ethan Hawke directorial debut Things We Want during its 2007 Off-Broadway run.
Since Diamond himself is starting to have pangs of regret with the book and movie, maybe everyone will finally bury the hatchet enough so we can get a real Zack Attack reunion?
The scorn part may be overkill, but it definitely didn't differ too much from actual high school.
The cast was fairly open in a 2009 reunion in People (which very notably omitted Dustin Diamond, even cropping him out of original cast photos from the series).
In 2008, he starred in Gigantic, a poorly-reviewed film about a man seeking to adopt a Chinese baby, co-starring Zooey Deschanel.
He reunited with Brian Cox in 2009's Good Heart, a low-budget English-language Icelandic film.
Because of the bird's boundless energy, it is said the lark is also the symbol of hope, happiness, and of good fortune; creativity.