Hector
was the eldest son of Priam and Hecuba

Hector was the husband of Andromache and the father of Astyanax.
Hector was the mightiest warrior on the side of Troy during the Trojan War, and he led many of the attacks against the Greek troops. He and Ajax fought to a draw in single combat, and he killed Patroclus, the close friend and companion of Achilles. He was eventually killed by Achilles, who was eager to avenge Patroclus' death. Achilles then desecrated Hector's corpse by dragging it behind his chariot before the walls of Troy, and refused to give up the body for burial. Achilles only allowed the body to receive funeral rites after King Priam came to his tent to plead for its return in person.

 

 

 

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Eric Bana had become a star in his native Australia with his stand-up routines and his appearances on various TV series including "Full Frontal" and his own eponymous show. The compact, handsome performer of Croatian and German ancestry began performing comedy in 1991 at a local bar in Melbourne. Within two years, Bana had progressed to being featured on television. Although his sharp wit and skills as a sketch comic had some calling him the next breakout Australian star, he was relegated to a supporting role in his feature film debut in "The Castle" (1997) and a featured part in the Australian drama series "Something in the Air" beginning in 2000. Then came "Chopper", the somewhat fanciful biography of one of Australia's most notorious figures. Bana gained some 30 pounds, shaved his head and underwent extensive makeup daily to cover his body in tattoos to transform into Mark Read, a cult celebrity thanks to a best-selling memoir. In addition, the actor did extensive research for the role, including interviewing the subject. While the resultant feature divided critics and audiences -- some felt it was an intelligent and thought-provoking portrait of the criminal mind, while others decried the depiction of such a charismatic killer -- few could dispute the power and skill of Bana's central performance. He earned near unanimous praise for his skillful, compelling work and picked up several accolades, including the Best Actor citation from the Australian Film Institute. Even before the international release of "Chopper", Bana had determined to leave "Something in the Air" and concentrate on an international career. Ridley Scott tapped him to portray an American sergeant in the contemporary war drama "Black Hawk Down" (2001), about the conflict between US forces and Somalis during a humanitarian mission. Those who had scoffed at the late 90s prediction that Bana would be the next big thing from Down Under perhaps would come to regret their derision, particularly in light of his being cast in the coveted role of Dr. Bruce Banner in the Ang Lee-directed adaptation of "The Incredible Hulk" (2003).


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