Emile Davenport Hirsch is a film actor famous for being an award-winning star. He was born on March 13, 1985 in Palms, California to parents Margaret Esther and David M. Hirsch. He started to get prominent when he was cast on the 2002 film The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys by which he played the role Francis Doyle. The same year, he was highlighted on the film The Emperor’s Club and was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor. He then gained a lot of nominations in 2007 when he successfully played the role Christopher “Alexander Super-Tramp” McCandless on Into the Wild. Next year, he is expected to appear on the drama film Ten Thousand Saints.
Emile is a big fan of exercises. In fact, he always makes time for running and weight-lifting. He also spends time on a treadmill. “It was all about jumping on the treadmill for an hour a day,” said Emile in an interview.
When it comes to his diet, well, he’s not intro strict ones. More so in starving. For him, it’s important to really eat a lot. “Not eating is hard and you can’t do anything else if you’re not eating— and I had to do so much through this process,” he said.
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 29)
Height: 170 cm | 5 feet, 7 Inches
Weight: 70 kg | 156 lbs
Chest: 97 cm | 38 in
Bicep: 38 cm | 15 in
Waist Size: 76 cm | 30 in