Edward Herrmann( Actor)
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Biography Edward Herrmann
A graduate of the University Baknellskogo, Edward Herrmann studied at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, then returned to the United States and spent several years in the Dallas Theater Center. He feels equally at home on stage and in front of the camera, and participated in numerous productions on Broadway and Off-Broadway, in London. For his role in the play "Mrs. Warren Profession" on the play by George Bernard Shaw was awarded the highest American theatrical award "Tony". He removed a lot of television, high ratings received his acting work in the TV movie "Eleanor and Franklin, where he played the role of U.S. President Frank Delano Ruzvelta.
. Herrmann made his debut in film in 1971 in Italy in the movie Mario Monicelli "Mortadella"
. In the 1970's he starred in the films "The paper chase" by James Bridges, "Day of the Dolphin" Mike Nichols, "The Great Gatsby" Jack Clayton, The Great Waldo Pepper, "" Betsy "," Red "Warren Beatty. His filmography of films such as "A Little Sex" (dir. Bruce Poltorou), "The Purple Rose of Cairo" (dir. Woody Allen), "Mrs. Soffel," "Man in Red Shoe," "Big Business", "Alien Field", "Born Yesterday," "Richie Rich", "Vendetta", "Atomic Train".
1. The Purple Rose of Cairo - 1985 (Drama)
2. Man Overboard - 1987 (comedy)
3. Big Business - 1988 (comedy)
4. A Foreign Field - 1993 (Drama)
5. Lessons of Love - 1993 (comedy)
6. Richie Rich - 1994 (Adventure)
7. Death in Hollywood - 2002 (Drama)
8. Emperor's Club - 2002