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The cat appearing in the Lisa Loeb music-video "Stay", which he directed, is his cat
(1984-86) Attended West Windsor-Plainsboro High School in Central New Jersey, but is not pictured in the yearbook.
(8 July 1998) Daughter, with Thurman, Maya Ray Thurman-Hawke
He directed Lisa Loeb's "Stay" music video.
(1988) Graduated from the Hun School of Princeton
Published his first novel, "The Hottest State," in 1996.
Sold his novel "The Hottest State" for $400,000 to Little, Brown and Company.
Was in a production of Great Expectations at West Windsor Plainsboro High School
(Summer 2001) Announced that he and wife Uma Thurman are expecting second child in January 2002.
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
Handsome young actor who made his film debut in Joe Dante's Explorers (1985) but really came into his own as the shy student who stands on a desk to yell "O Captain, my Captain" to Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society (1989). Since then, Hawke has appeared as Ted Danson's son in Dad (1989), the victim of a Mystery Date (1991), a prospector in White Fang (1991), a WW2 infantry leader in A Midnight Clear (1992), and a rugby player marooned in the Andes in Alive (1993). He costarred with Jeremy Irons in Waterland (1992) and Albert Finney in Rich in Love (1993), and became something of a "Generation X" poster boy with his turns in Reality Bites (1994) and Before Sunrise (1995).