With a long and varied career behind him, viewers may be inclined to think that they’ve seen everything Emilio Estevez
has to offer. But even at this stage, the forty-nine year old actor-director remains one of the industry’s brightest stars.
During the 1980s, Estevez was a prominent name in cinema. As part of a clique of rising young actors, along with the likes of brother Charlie Sheen
and Rob Lowe
, Estevez starred in a string of popular movies such as The Breakfast Club
and Repo Man
. Due to these hits, he has earned himself something of a cult status, and is remembered as the face of several iconic characters. Though Estevez became a less dominant on-screen force in the 1990s, he has since focused his efforts in directing, and proved himself more than capable with productions such as Bobby
. With the directing talent to match his acting abilities,