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ALEC BALDWIN 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,' directed by Gregory Mosher (for which he received a Tony Nomination); Joe Orton's 'Loot,' directed by John Tillinger (for which he won a Theatre World Award); and Caryl Churchill's 'Serious Money.' His other stage appearances include 'Prelude to a Kiss' at the Circle Rep, directed by Norman Rene (for which he won an Obie Award), and David Mamet's 'A Life in the Theatre' at the Hartman, directed by A.J. Antoon.

Baldwin recently starred as Justice Robert Jackson in the TNT Original Film 'Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial,' while also serving as an Executive Producer. Currently, Baldwin is in production on Disney's highly anticipated film, Pearl Harbor, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Michael Bay.

On film, Baldwin has appeared in: Outside Providence, The Edge with Anthony Hopkins, Mercury Rising, Ghosts of Mississippi, The Juror, Heaven's Prisoners, The Shadow, The Getaway, Malice, Glengarry Glen 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. Baldwin began his career in daytime television on the NBC series 'The Doctors.' He went on to numerous television roles including 'Knot's Landing' on CBS and 'Dress Grey,' an NBC mini-series.

Baldwin is involved in several causes related to public policy. He serves as a board member of People for the American Way, River Keeper, the Creative Coalition, of which he is a past president, and Standing For Truth About Radiation (STAR) Foundation of East Hampton. Baldwin is also a dedicated supporter of various animal rights groups with his wife Kim Basinger.


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