gives an unusual turn as a working-class single father in the
role of Old Man Dunphy, a razor-tongued disciplinarian hiding
the depths of his feelings for his son. One of today's most prolific
stars of stage and screen, among Baldwin's many diverse films
credits are 'The Edge" with Anthony Hopkins, "Mercury
Rising," "Ghosts of Mississippi," 'The Juror,"
"Heaven's Prisoners," 'The Shadow," 'The Getaway,"
"Malice," "Glengarry Glenn Ross," "Prelude
to a Kiss," 'The Hunt For Red October," "Great
Balls of Fire," "Alice," "Miami Blues,"
"Working Girl," 'Talk Radio," "Married to
the Mob," "Beetlejuice" and "She's Having
A Baby." He will next be seen in "The Confession"
and 'Thick as Thieves."
Baldwin also recently appeared in the title role of William Shakespeare's
"Macbeth" at the New York Shakespeare Festival directed
by George C. Wolfe. His Broadway appearances include "A Streetcar
Named Desire" for which he received a Tony nomination, Joe
Orton's "Loot" which garnered a Theatre World Award
and Caryl Churchill's "Serious Money." Other stage productions
include "Prelude to a Kiss" for which he won an Obie
Award and David Mamet's "Life in The Theater." With
a strong interest in public policy, Baldwin is a board member
of People for the American Way, River Keeper and The Creative
Coalition, of which he is a past president.
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