Benjamin Mouton was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana. After graduating from the University Of Southwest Louisiana, he went to New York to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In 1997 Benjamin was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Lone Star Awards (Texas' annual entertainment awards) for his performance as Clyde Smith in THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, a film that he also co-produced. Other feature film appearances include PASSIONADA, DIRTY RICE, A TIME TO KILL, BASIC INSTINCT, FLATLINERS and AND GOD CREATED WOMAN. His television work includes episodes of Gideon's Crossing, Profiler, ER, and L.A. Law.
Mouton, is currently producing his second independent feature which he also cowrote.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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|Birthplace||Lafayette, Louisiana, USA|