Birth and Early Life
Mark Alan Ruffalo was born on November 22, 1967, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA. He grew up in Kenosha and later moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia, with his family.
As a child, Mark had dyslexia, which made reading challenging despite his intelligence. Despite this difficulty, he succeeded and achieved fame in his career.
Mark started acting in the early 1990s and gained recognition for his work in plays and movies. Notable works include "This Is Our Youth" (1998) and "You Can Count on Me" (2000).
Marvel Cinematic Universe
Mark is best known for playing Bruce Banner/the Hulk in Marvel movies. He starred in "The Avengers," "Avengers: Age of Ultron," "Thor: Ragnarok," and "Avengers: Endgame."
Awards and Honors
Mark won a Golden Globe Award in 2021 and received Emmy nominations for his roles. He is acclaimed for his talent and performances in various films.
Ruffalo is an environmental activist and co-founded The Solutions Project. He is dedicated to promoting renewable energy sources like solar and wind power.
Mark is married to Sunrise Coigney, and they have three children together. He values family and has been happily married for over two decades.
Apart from acting, Ruffalo has directed and produced films, showcasing his passion for the industry. His versatility makes him a well-rounded artist.
In his youth, Mark competed in wrestling during junior high and high school. His father was a state wrestling champion, and Mark followed in his footsteps.
Battle with a Brain Tumor
In 2002, Mark was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. After surgery, he recovered and faced life with determination and courage.