Born on November 5, 1968, in Daly City, California, Sam Rockwell is an American actor. He is the son of Pete Rockwell, and his mom Penny Hess were the two on-screen characters. They separated when Sam was a child. At the age of ten, he got onto stage for the first time in a play that additionally featured his mom. Rockwell went to San Francisco School of the Arts for quite a while. In any case, he dropped out before his graduation. Later his folks selected him in 'Urban Pioneers,' an Outward Bound-style education program where he flourished. Sam Rockwell made his introduction in the entertainment industry with a job in the 1989 blood and gore movie 'Clownhouse' by Victor Salva.
He assumed the role of one of the three siblings who get assaulted by a group of three psychos masked as jokesters. Throughout the following years, Sam showed up generally in cameos in TV shows, for example, 'Biographies: Families in Crisis' and 'Law and Order.' He did some minor jobs in movies such as 'Someone to Love' in 1994, Glory Daze' in 1995 and 'Mercy' in 1995, he picked up acknowledgment in the wake of assuming the main lead in the 1996 satire show 'Box of Moonlight' coordinated by Tom DiCillo. He likewise earned praises for his job in the movie 'Lawn Dogs' by John Duigan. Rockwell's character in the 2010 lawful movie Conviction viewed as one of the most noteworthy works of his vocation. Coordinated by Tony Goldwyn, the film additionally featured Juliette Lewis, Hilary Swank, Peter Gallagher, Minnie Driver, and Melissa Leo.
It depended on the real story of a lady named Betty Anne Waters. He likewise increased a great deal of prominence for his job in the 2013 parody motion picture titled The Way, Way Back by Jim Rash and Nat Faxon. The story rotated around a fourteen-year-old person and his association with his family. Rockwell's work in the film Lawn Dogs won him the Best Actor Award at the Sitges International Film Festival and the Montreal World Film Festival. He earned a Best Actor Award at the Berlin International Film Festival for his acting in the movie Confessions of a Dangerous Mind in 2002. He gained a Special Jury Prize for his presentation in the motion picture Choke in 2008 at the Sundance Film Festival. He bagged many more grants with is performances. Sam Rockwell is not hitched. In 2007, he began dating entertainer