Ethan Hawke

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Ethan Hawke’s series “The Good Lord Bird,” based on the novel by James McBride, takes the story of abolitionist John Brown to Showtime.

‘The Good Lord Bird’ finds the comedy in John Brown’s abolitionism

Ethan Hawke’s series “The Good Lord Bird,” based on the novel by James McBride, takes the story of abolitionist John Brown to Showtime.

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Ethan Hawke was still a teenager when he appeared in the 1989 film ‘Dead Poets Society.

Ethan Hawke on following his heart and his new movie ‘Blaze’

Ethan Hawke was still a teenager when he appeared in the 1989 film ‘Dead Poets Society.

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