Alec Baldwin Biography |
  • Alec Baldwin Biography

    Born: March 04, 1958 in Long Island, New York, USA

    Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin began his prolific career in television, appearing in series such as “Hotel” and “Knot’s Landing” before seguing to roles on Broadway and in film. His feature credits include John McTiernan’s “The Hunt for Red October,” the David Mamet-penned “Glengarry Glen Ross,” Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed,” and Nancy Meyers’ “It’s Complicated,” among many others. In 2004, Baldwin received an Academy Award for his role in “The Cooler.” In 2008, he lent his voice to the DreamWorks Animation feature “Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.” Since 2006, Baldwin has played the charismatic Jack Donaghy on the NBC comedy “30 Rock,” a role that has garnered him two Emmy and six Screen Actors Guild Awards. Broadway roles include his 1992 Tony Award nominated performance in “A Streetcar Named Desire.”

    Baldwin is a 1994 BFA graduate of Tisch School of the Arts and received an honorary doctorate in 2010.

    He is also the radio announcer for, and a board member of, the New York Philharmonic.


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