The four-time Oscar nominee explains the premise of his latest film, Phantom.
From his role in the cult favorite Knightriders to Golden Globe-winning turns in The Truman Show and the telefilm Game Change, plus four Oscar nods and a Tony nom, Ed Harris' acting career has spanned more than three decades. He's also proven his skills behind the camera, making his directorial debut with the critically acclaimed film, Pollock, and co-writing, co-producing and starring in Appaloosa. The New Jersey native was a star athlete in high school and attended Columbia University before beginning his career on stage. Harris continues to be in demand and is next up in the Cold War-era suspense thriller, Phantom.