ARCHINI Alan (Alan Arkin)( Actor)
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Biography ARCHINI Alan (Alan Arkin)
Alan Arkin was born March 26, 1934 in Brooklyn, New York, USA, in a Jewish family originating from Germany and Russia.
His career he began while studying at the college, speaking as a singer in the style of "folk". His group met with success, and soon dropped out of college Arkin.
Later he helped establish the well-known Chicago comedy troupe "Second City"
. Back in 1963 in New York, . Alan Arkin made his Broadway debut, . and success on the stage brought actors in Hollywood, . where his debut was the role of a Russian officer in the film by Norman Jewison "Russian are, . Russian are coming! ", . marked nomination for an Oscar,
It is said that Alan Arkin was one of five actors in the history of cinema, which for his first role was nominated for an Oscar in the category "Best Actor".
For playing a deaf-mute in the film "Heart - Is a Lonely Hunter" he was again nominated for the award of the American Academy.
Soon the actor has played brilliantly in the film Mike Nichols' Catch-22 ".
In the 1970's Alan Arkin turned to directing, acted as a producer and screenwriter. Actor continues to be actively removed and to this day - among the notable films with his participation could be called "Edward Scissorhands," "Americans", "Murder in Grosse Point," "Gattaca."
. GOLDEN GLOBE
. Winner in the categories:
. Best actor (musical / comedy)
. 1967 - Russian go, Russian go
. / Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming, The
. Musical America
. / America's Sweethearts, 2001
. / Gattaca, 1997
. Murder in Grosse Point
. / Grosse Pointe Blank, 1997
. Four days in September
. / O Que E Isso Companheiro? (Foru Days In September), 1997
. Steal, while you can
. / Steal Big Steal Little, 1995
. / North, 1994
. / Glengarry Glen Ross, 1992
. / Rocketeer, The, 1991
. / Havana, 1990
. Edward Scissorhands
. / Edward Scissorhands, 1990