|Height:||187 cm (6' 2'')|
|Birth Day:||June 28, 1966|
|Birth Place:||Evanston, United States|
|Height:||187 cm (6' 2'')|
|Weight:||in kg - N/A|
Real Estate: In late 1999 John paid $2.1 million for an oceanfront home in Malibu. In March 2016 he listed the home for sale for $13.5 million. A few months later he accepted $10.3 million.
In May 2005 he paid $2.9 million for a nearly 5,000 square-foot condo in Chicago.
He became a member of the Piven Theatre Workshop in Chicago while attending grade school.
Cusack was born in 1966 in Evanston, Illinois. He was born into an Irish Catholic family, the son of writer-actor-producer and documentary filmmaker Richard J. Cusack (1925–2003), originally from New York City and Ann Paula "Nancy" (née Carolan) Cusack, originally from Massachusetts, a former mathematics teacher and political activist. John's siblings Ann and Joan are also actors. Cusack has two other siblings, Bill and Susie. The family moved from Manhattan, New York, to Illinois and were friends of activist Philip Berrigan. Cusack graduated from Evanston Township High School in 1984, where he met Jeremy Piven, and spent a year at New York University before dropping out, saying that he had "too much fire in his belly".
Between 2005 and 2009, Cusack wrote blogs for The Huffington Post, which included an interview with Naomi Klein. He voiced his opposition to the war in Iraq and the Bush administration, calling the government's worldview "depressing, corrupt, unlawful, and tragically absurd". He also appeared in a June 2008 MoveOn.org advertisement, where he made the claim that George W. Bush and John McCain have the same governing priorities.
In March 2008, police arrested Emily Leatherman outside Cusack's Malibu, California home for stalking him. On October 10, 2008, Leatherman pleaded no contest and received five years' probation and mandatory psychiatric counseling, and was ordered to stay away from Cusack, his home, and business for the next ten years.
When asked in 2009 why he had never married, he answered, "society doesn't tell me what to do."
Cusack criticized the Obama administration for its drone policy in the Middle East and its support of the National Defense Authorization Act, and became one of the initial supporters of the Freedom of the Press Foundation in 2012. In June 2015, he stated in an interview with The Daily Beast that "when you talk about drones, the American Empire, the NSA, civil liberties, attacks on journalism and whistleblowers, (Obama) is as bad or worse than Bush". However, he later scolded the publication for misquoting him in order to make an interesting headline.
In 2014, Cusack criticized Hollywood saying the mega-corporations have stepped in with 50-producer movies, franchises being king, and stars being used as leverage. He called Hollywood, "a whorehouse and people go mad."
During the 2014 Israel Gaza conflict, Cusack supported the Palestinians on social media. He tweeted from the region a number of pro-Gaza articles. One tweet read, "Bombing people who can't escape not [sic] defense - does not mean one supports Hamas means to be against murder as solution to political problem".
In 2015, Cusack, Daniel Ellsberg and Arundhati Roy met Edward Snowden, a fugitive from the US because of his leaks of classified information, at a Moscow hotel room. This meeting was converted into a book co-authored with Roy titled Things That Can and Cannot Be Said. The book is mainly a transcript of the conversation between Snowden, Roy, and Cusack, with a selection of relevant photos and illustrations as well as a detailed list of references.
Cusack endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders in his 2016 and 2020 presidential bids. He is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America.
In 2018, after Lorde cancelled performances in Israel after a request from the BDS movement, Cusack was among more than a hundred writers, actors, director, and musicians who signed a letter defending Lorde's freedom of conscience.
In June 2019, Cusack wrote a tweet featuring an image of a large fist with a blue Star of David crushing a small crowd of people next to a quote misattributed to Voltaire: "To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize". The quote is in reality a comment by the white supremacist and neo-Nazi Kevin Alfred Strom. In the tweet, Cusack added the words "Follow the money". He later blamed it on a "bot", then defended it, then apologized and deleted the tweet.
John's sister is actress Joan Cusack, with whom he has starred in multiple films.
|#1||Bill Cusack||Brother||$1 Million - $2 Million (Approx.)||N/A||96||Actor|
|#2||Dick Cusack||Father||$1 Million - $2 Million (Approx.)||N/A||77||Actor|
|#3||Dennis Joseph Cusack||Grandfather||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#5||Ann Paula Cusack||Mother||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#7||Dylan John Burke||Nephew||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#9||Joan Cusack||Sister||$6 Million||N/A||58||Actor|
|#10||Ann Cusack||Sister||$1 Million - $2 Million (Approx.)||N/A||59||Actor|
Currently, John Cusack is 56 years, 1 months and 11 days old. John Cusack will celebrate 57th birthday on a Wednesday 28th of June 2023. Below we countdown to John Cusack upcoming birthday.
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