We know American actor, author, and filmmaker Ethan Green Hawke was born on November 6, 1970.

Four Academy Awards and a Tony Award have both nominated him. In addition to three feature films, Hawke has also directed three off-Broadway plays and a documentary. 

Three books and one graphic novel are among his other works.  

Before having a breakout performance in the drama Dead Poets Society in 1989, he made his cinematic debut in the 1985 science fiction flick Explorers.  

Before playing a part in the Generation X drama Reality Bites in 1994, which won him critical acclaim, he had appearances in a number of movies. 

In Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy, which includes Before Sunrise (1995), Before Sunset (2004), and Before Midnight (2008), Hawke co-starred with Julie Delpy (2013).

Following 2012’s Sinister, Ethan Hawke, Scott Derrickson, and C. Robert Cargill have created another hit in The Black Phone.  

In the 1970s Denver little town of The Black Phone, Hawke plays The Grabber, a guy who kidnaps children. 

The Grabber’s most recent victim, Finney, played by Mason Thames, may, however, be his match. 

However, if you’re the actor portraying The Grabber, you might need a few of those unheard and unseen elements to completely understand the character’s mindset.