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The Evolution of Jared Leto: From ‘My So Called Life’s’ Jordan Catalano to the Joker (Photos)

31 July 2016 4:20 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

1992: Jared Leto made his acting debut as a shirtless hunk in an episode of a short-lived ABC sitcom called “Camp Wilder.” 1993: Leto played another hunk, this time fully clothed, in another short-lived sitcom, “Almost Home.” 1994: Leto jumped from television guest star to TV movie star when he played Alicia Silverstone‘s unhappily married husband in “The Cool and the Crazy.” 1995: Leto began making a name for himself after playing Claire Danes‘ high school crush, Jordan Catalano, in short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed drama “My So-Called Life,” which aired for just one season on ABC. 1995: Leto made the leap to the big. »

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Weekend Rock Question: What Is Jared Leto's Best Role?

29 July 2016 9:08 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Rolling Stone's latest cover star Jared Leto has been talked about all year for his stirring, disturbing performance in the upcoming Suicide Squad as the Joker. The method actor's on-set actions as he dove into the character's sick mind have also become a subject of exploration for fans and tabloids, adding mystery to the Academy Award winner's style and approach to his diverse history of on-screen characters.

Now we have a question for you: What is Jared Leto's best on-screen role? Feel free to vote for an early appearance, »

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