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The recognition Banderas gained for his role increased two years later when he starred in Almodóvar's controversial Tie Me Up! as a mental patient who kidnaps a porn star (Victoria Abril) and keeps her tied up until she returns his love. The following year, still speaking minimal English, he began acting in U. Banderas then broke through to mainstream American audiences in the film Philadelphia (1993), as the lover of AIDS-afflicted lawyer Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks).The film's success earned Banderas wide recognition, and the following year he was given a role in Neil Jordan's high-profile adaptation of Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire, sharing the screen with Brad Pitt.
In 2005, he reprised his role as Zorro in The Legend of Zorro, though this was not as successful as The Mask of Zorro.
In 2006, he starred in Take the Lead, a high-set movie in which he played a ballroom dancing teacher.
He had first seen her in the film Dzika namietnosc (1986) and thought she was beautiful and later told a Spanish magazine in 1989 that he would love to meet her.
In 1995, when she first arrived on the set of Zbyt wiele (1996), he sprinted out of his trailer like a starstruck schoolboy to introduce himself.
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He began his acting career with a series of films by director Pedro Almodóvar and then appeared in high-profile Hollywood movies, especially in the 1990s, including Assassins, Evita, Interview with the Vampire, Philadelphia, Desperado, The Mask of Zorro, Take the Lead, The Expendables 3 and Spy Kids.
Banderas also portrayed the voice of "Puss in Boots" in the Shrek sequels and Puss in Boots as well as the bee in the US Nasonex commercials.
Banderas' debut as a director was the poorly received Crazy in Alabama (1999), starring his then wife Melanie Griffith.
In 2003, he returned to the musical genre, appearing to great acclaim in the Broadway revival of Maury Yeston's musical Nine, based on the film 8½, playing the prime role originated by Raúl Juliá.