Actor, director, musician, singer
Alan Wolf Arkin (born March 26, 1934) is an American actor, director, musician and singer. He is known for starring in such films as Wait Until Dark, The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Catch-22, The In-Laws, Edward Scissorhands,...Wikipedia
Born: 26th March, 1934, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Height: 5' 9½" (177 cm)
Claim to Fame: Catch 22
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Below is a complete list of the 2013 SAG Awards winners:
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
BRADLEY COOPER / Pat - “SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK” (The Weinstein Company)
WINNER: DANIEL DAY-LEWIS / Abraham Lincoln - "LINCOLN” (Touchstone Pictures)
JOHN HAWKES / Mark - "THE SESSIONS" (Fox Searchlight)
HUGH JACKMAN / Jean Valjean - "LES MISÉRABLES" (Universal Pictures)
DENZEL WASHINGTON / Whip Whitaker - "FLIGHT" (Paramount Pictures)
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 1 year ago
Sony Pictures are set to go ahead with a Remake Of The Popular Hit Tv Series from the Late 60`s "I Dream Of Jeannie" Set For Release late 2010.
Still in casting Development, though rumors within Sony Studios have mentioned Jessica Alba
And Reece Witherspoon reprising the role of Jeannie, and are toying with the idea of:
Alan Arkin - General Peterson
Ben Affleck- Major Anthony Nelson
Bill Murray- Dr Bellows
Rob Schneider- Roger Healey
But we shall see...Stay Tuned !! Read More
Posted by Panavision 5 years ago
Before taking his pet pooch Noah for a walk, Star Trek star Zachary Quinto grabs a cup of joe at Sunset Junction on Tuesday (June 16) in Silverlake, Calif. The 32-year-old actor has talked a little about his upcoming world financial meltdown movie and referenced the 1992 independent film Glengarry Glen Ross, which starred Al Pacino, Ed Harris, Alan Arkin, Kevin Spacey and Alec Baldwin. The movie is centered around how desperate four real estate agents become when they find out that all except the top two salesmen will be fired. Read More
Posted by WhiteRose 5 years ago
"You know how they say we only use 10 percent of our brains? I think we only use 10 percent of our hearts," said Owen Wilson`s character in "Wedding Crashers."
Wilson`s character in the movie was only hoping to get lucky with a girl when he recited the line, but in real life Wilson is a poetry fan.
"He`s a big poetry fan, and I am too. So we email poems to each other," said Wilson`s "Marley & Me" co-star Alan Arkin.
Arkin`s latest role is in "Get Smart," alongside Anne Hathaway and Steve Carell.
At the premiere of the... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 6 years ago
Tue Jun 17, 1:49 PM ET
Los Angeles - Pretty women and handsome men graced the "Get Smart" red carpet at that retro comedy`s premiere at the Mann Village Theater in Westwood, Calif., on Monday night. Steve Carell, who takes over the role of Maxwell Smart originally made famous by Don Adams in the Sixties television series of the same name, looked dapper as he escorted his pretty wife Nancy Walls, while Anne Hathaway, his co-star as Agent 99, wowed the large crowd of fans assembled outside the theater in a sleek strapless black-and-silver... Read More
Posted by NewsHound 6 years ago
Sometimes to win, you have to change the game.
A sports agent stages an unconventional recruitment strategy to get talented Indian cricket players to play Major League Baseball.
[on why he thinks he won the Oscar in 2007] I haven`t got a clue. I think it`s my age. Everybody thinks I`m going to keel over in a year or two.
[on his character Harry Roat Jr. terrorizing Suzy Hendrix (Audrey Hepburn) in Wait Until Dark (1967)] I hated it. I just thought she was terrific. I had an enormous amount of regard for her. I didn`t like being cruel to her. It made me very uncomfortable.
He is also a teacher, leading workshops in improvisation. Students find him warm, insightful, and very, very funny.
Biography in: "Who's Who in Comedy" by Ronald L. Smith. pg. 24-25. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387.