Actor Matt Damon arrives at the premiere of his latest espionage thriller "The Bourne Supremacy" at the Cinerama Dome and Arclight Cinemas in Los Angeles on July 15, 2004.
Damon poses in front of the Egyptian Theatre Saturday, July 17, 2004, in Boise, Idaho, before a screening of his latest movie "The Bourne Supremacy." Damon and Director Frank Marshall brought the movie to Boise to help raise money for the Boise Contemporary Theatre.
Damon as Jason Bourne and Julia Stiles as Nicky in "The Bourne Supremacy."
Conjoined twins Bob Tenor (Damon, left) and Walt Tenor (Greg Kinnear) display their talents in the 2003 comedy "Stuck on You."
Damon, Eva Mendes and Greg Kinnear arrive at the special New York screening of "Stuck on You," held at New York's Clearview Chelsea West Theater in December 2003.
While waiting for a Red Sox game to begin at Boston's Fenway Park, Damon pointed something out to current girlfriend Luciana Barroso on July 6, 2004.
Ben Affleck, left and Matt Damon, executive producers of "Project Greenlight," chat before speaking to Television Critics Association members during HBO's part of the july 2001 TCA summer press tour in Pasadena, Calif. Project Greenlight was a 13-episode documentary series chronicling the making of a feature film.
"Ocean's Eleven" cast members Matt Damon, left, and George Clooney pose together at the film's December 2001 premiere in Los Angeles.
Damon waved to photographers during a 2003 news conference in Tokyo to promote "Bourne Identity."
Damon arrived at the 2002 premiere of "The Bourne Identity" in Taipei, Taiwan with then girlfriend Odessa Whitmire.
Damon, left, starred in the poker film, "Rounders." Here, the actor is pictured competing in the 1998 29th Annual World Series of Poker Texas Hold'em no limit event in Las Vegas. The event cost $10,000 to buy in with the winner collecting more than $1 million.
Jude Law, left, Gwyneth Paltrow, center, and Damon, right, pose for photos at a February 2000 news conference of the Berlin International Film Festival. The three actors co-starred in "The Talented Mister Ripley."
Damon, left, and Ben Affleck hold up Oscars they won for Best Original Screenplay for "Good Will Hunting" at the 1998 70th Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
Damon enjoys a kiss from former girlfriend Wynona Ryder upon arriving at the 57th Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills in 2000.
"Good Will Hunting" costars and former couple Minnie Driver and Damon share a moment before the film's Los Angeles premiere in 1997.