Depp should stick to scripts written by others rather than airing his real-life drama in a courtroom.
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It was commercially successful, although panned by critics.
The second, 's , which starred Depp as a seller of old books who becomes entangled in a mystery, was moderately more successful with audiences but received mixed reviews.
Career 1984—1989: Early roles and 21 Jump Street Depp greeting President at a benefit for The Nancy Reagan Drug Abuse Fund in 1988 In the early 1980s, Depp's then-wife Lori Ann Allison introduced him to actor , who advised him to pursue an acting career.
He starred in it as a poor Native American man who accepts a proposal from a wealthy man, played by Marlon Brando, to appear in a in exchange for money for his family.