ALEC BALDWIN (Hal) is currently appearing on Broadway in Lyle Kessler's "Orphans." He
is a graduate of New York University (BFA-Tisch, 1994) and was presented with an Honorary
Doctorate of Fine Arts from NYU in 2010. He last appeared on stage in the 2010 Guild Hall
(East Hampton) production of Peter Shaffer's "Equus," directed by Tony Walton. His other stage
credits include the Roundabout Theatre Company's 2006 production of Joe Orton's
"Entertaining Mr. Sloane" directed by Scott Ellis, "Loot" (Broadway-1986; Theatre World
Award), Caryl Churchill's "Serious Money" (Broadway-1988), "Prelude to a Kiss" (Circle Rep.-
1990; Obie Award), "A Streetcar Named Desire" (Broadway-1992; Tony nomination),
"Macbeth" (NYSF-1998), "The Twentieth Century" (Roundabout-2004). Baldwin has also made
stage appearances at The Hartman Theatre in Stamford, the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and
Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor.
He has been nominated for an Academy Award as well as a National Board of Review Award
for Best Supporting Actor for Wayne Kramer's THE COOLER.
Baldwin's additional film credits include BEETLE JUICE, WORKING GIRL, MIAMI BLUES,
THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER, GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, MALICE, THE JUROR,
THE EDGE, GHOSTS OF MISSISSIPPI, STATE AND MAIN, THE CAT IN THE HAT, THE
AVIATOR, THE DEPARTED, IT'S COMPLICATED, and many others. This will be Baldwin's
third collaboration with Woody Allen, having previously worked with him on ALICE and TO
ROME WITH LOVE.
On television Baldwin has starred with Tina Fey on NBC's "30 Rock," winner of multiple
Emmy awards for Outstanding Comedy Series. Baldwin has received eight SAG Awards (seven
individual, one ensemble), three Golden Globes, the Television Critics Award and two Emmy
awards as Best Actor in a Comedy Series.
Alec Baldwin is also a dedicated supporter of numerous causes related to the arts. He serves on
the boards of The Hamptons International Film Festival, The New York Philharmonic, The
Roundabout Theatre Company and Guild Hall of East Hampton. He is an active supporter of The
Actors Fund and The Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival, among many others.