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|Arkin in 1975|
|Birthday/Birthplace||Alan Wolf Arkin
(1934-03-26) March 26, 1934
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Profession(s)||Actor, director, screenwriter, musician, singer|
(m. 1955; div. 1961)
(m. 1964; div. 1994)
|Kid(s)||3; including Adam Arkin and Matthew Arkin|
Alan Wolf Arkin (born Brooklyn, New York, March 26, 1934) is an American actor, musician, and film and theater director.
An award-winning actor who has a prestigious career behind him in film, television, literature and music.
Alan Arkin’s Biography
Born in New York into a family of Ukrainian Jewish emigrants, Arkin launched his career with the theater company The Second City. That earned him his first Broadway role as a protagonist, in the work of Carl Reiner: Enter Laughing, which won him the Tony Award, one of the most prestigious in American theater.
In 1998 he directed, starred and co-wrote with Elaine May of the Power Plays production at the Promenade Theater.
His film debut came with the film Que Que los Rusos !, in 1966, with which he won nominations for the Oscar for best actor and the Golden Globe. He then made El corazón es un solo hunter de 1968 with which also obtained another nomination to the Oscar to the best actor. In 2006 he won the Oscar, as a supporting actor, for his role in Little Miss Sunshine (2006), also nominated for the best film.
Arkin has written and directed two short films: T.G.I.F. (1967) and People Soup (1969). The first one opened the New York Film Festival, and the last one received an Oscar nomination for the best short film.
He has starred in the well-known series of the A & E, The Courts of Center Street (100 Center Street, 2001-1002), written and directed by Sidney Lumet. Among other actor’s television appearances are his Emmy-nominated performances in Treason at the Pentagon (Pentagon Papers, 2003), for the FX channel, and Escape From Sobibor (1987). He was guest actor giving life to the father of the real life is his son, Adam Arkin, in Chicago Hope (1997), which also gave him another Emmy nomination, and also appeared in Variety’s War (2001), Showtime, and in the HBO production, And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself (2003), with Antonio Banderas.
He has also directed the television adaptation of the Broadway piece, Twings (1975), with Carol Burnett.
Arkin has also written six books, all published by the publication HarperCollins, the last of which, under the title Cassie Loves Beethoven, published by Hyperion. One of his first novels, The Lemming Condition, has been selling uninterruptedly for twenty years, and is also recognized by the Book Sellers of America for having entered the White House Library.
He is the father of actors Adam Arkin, Anthony Arkin and Matthew Arkin.
Alan Arkin Net Worth – $15 Million
More Facts about Alan Arkin
|Whole Name||Alan Wolf Arkin|
|Nickname(s)||Alan Wolf Arkin, Alan Arkin, Arkin, Alan Wolf|
|Born/Where||New York City, New York, USA|
|Born||March 26, 1934|
|Work||Awards for Alan Arkin|
|What He/She Does||Actor, director, comedian, musician, singer|
|His/Her Height||5′ 91″ (1.77 m)|
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