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Date of Birth : 3 April 1958, Massapequa, Long Island, New York, USA
Birth Name : Alexander Rae Baldwin III
Height : 6' (1.83 m)

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Raven haired, suavely handsome and prolific New York-born actor Alec Baldwin is easily the best known of the four Baldwin brothers appearing in the cinema (for the record, the others are Stephen Baldwin, William Baldwin and Daniel Baldwin).alec baldwin young alec baldwin beetlejuice alec baldwin 30 rock alec baldwin kimbaldwin brothers.

Alec burst onto the TV scene in the early 1980s with appearances in several series, including "The Doctors" (1963) and "Knots Landing" (1979), before scoring several decent feature film roles in Forever, Lulu (1987), Beetle Juice (1988), Married to the Mob (1988) and Talk Radio (1988).
In 1990 Baldwin appeared in the first on-screen adaption of the Jack Ryan character created by mega-selling espionage author Tom Clancy. The film, The Hunt for Red October (1990), was a tremendous success, with Baldwin appearing alongside icy Sean Connery (the world's first Russian sub commander with a thick Scots accent!), Unfortunately, Baldwin fell out with Paramount Studios over future scripts for Jack Ryan, and subsequent Ryan roles went to Harrison Ford.

It was a minor blip on Baldwin's horizon, and he then contributed interesting performances as a lowlife thief pursued by dogged cop Fred Ward in Miami Blues (1990), in the Neil Simon comedy The Marrying Man (1991) and an absolutely dynamite ten-minute cameo as a hard-nosed real estate executive laying down the law to Ed Harris, Jack Lemmon and Alan Arkin in the punishing Glengarry Glen Ross (1992).

Further demand for Baldwin's talents saw more strong scripts swiftly come his way, and he starred alongside his then wife Kim Basinger in a remake of the Steve McQueen action flick The Getaway (1994), brought to life the famous comic strip character The Shadow (1994) and was superb as an assistant district attorney in the civil rights drama Ghosts of Mississippi (1996). Baldwin's distinctive vocal talents then saw him voice US-aired episodes of the highly popular UK children's show "Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends" (1984), plus later voice-only contributions to other animated/children's shows including "Clerks" (2000), Cats & Dogs (2001), Final Fantasy:
The Spirits Within (2001) and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004). The versatile and enigmatic Baldwin has remained consistently busy over the past decade with appearances in a mixed bag of movies: as Capt. Jimmy Doolittle in the mammoth love story of Pearl Harbor (2001) and a violent casino boss intimidating luckless William H. Macy in The Cooler (2003).
He picked up scathing reviews (as did the entire cast) for the box-office disaster The Cat in the Hat (2003) and he starred in the quirky Along Came Polly (2004) alongside Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston. With audience demand for his talents, and his now recognized box office clout, it remains obvious to all the Alec Baldwin will keep very busy in front of the camera for many years to come.

Also Credited As:
      Alexander Rae Baldwin, Alexander Rae Baldwin 3rd, Harry Kirkpatrick, Xander Baldwin
      Alexander Rae Baldwin on April 3, 1958 in Amityville, New York, USA
Job Titles:
      Actor, Director, Producer, Voice actor, Driver, Gas station attendant, Shirt salesman, Waiter

    * Brother: Daniel Baldwin. Born in 1960; best known for playing Det. Beau Felton on NBC s Homicide: Life on the street
    * Brother: Stephen Baldwin. Born in 1967; married to graphics designer Kennya Deodato Baldwin; known for The Usual Suspects (1995) and Bio-Dome ; became a born-again Christian in the Evangelical church shortly after the September 11 attacks
    * Brother: William Baldwin. Born in 1963; married to singer-actress Chynna Phillips; best known for starring in Backdraft (1991), Sliver (1993) and ABC s Dirty Sexy Money
    * Daughter: Ireland Eliesse Baldwin. Born Oct. 23, 1995; mother, Kim Basinger
    * Father: Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr. Taught high school history and coached football in Massapequa New York; died of lung cancer in 1983
    * Mother: Carol Newcomb Baldwin. Born in 1930; breast cancer survivor
    * Sibling: Stephen Baldwin.
    * Sibling: William Baldwin.
    * Sister: Elizabeth Baldwin. Born c. 1955; non-acting mother of six and head of Stephen Baldwin s fan club; married to landscaper Charles Keuchler
    * Sister: Jane Baldwin. Born c. 1965; married to car dealership manager Randy Sasso

Significant Others
    * Companion: Holly Gagnier. Together in the mid-1980s
    * Companion: Janine Turner. Engaged c. 1983; wedding cancelled
    * Companion: Kristin Davis. Reportedly dated c. 2001
    * Companion: Tatum O Neal. Reportedly dated c. 2002
    * Wife: Kim Basinger. Met while filming The Marrying Man (1991); married Aug. 19, 1993; separated in December 2000; filed for divorce in January 2001; divorce finalized Sept. 3, 2002

    * Berner High School, Massapequa , New York, 1976
    * The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, New York , New York, 1979
    * New York University, New York , New York, Performing Arts, Bachelors of Arts, B.A., 1993
    * George Washington University, Washington , Washington D.C., Political Science

    * 1980 Began career in NBC daytime TV series, The Doctors playing Billy Aldrich
    * 1983 Played Dr. Hal Wexler on the short-lived CBS primetime medical drama, Cutter to Houston
    * 1984 Featured role in the primetime soap, Knots Landing (CBS) as Julie Harris son Joshua Rush
    * 1986 Film acting debut in Forever, Lulu
    * 1986 Made Broadway debut as a bumbling thief in Joe Orton s Loot
    * 1986 Starred as a West Point cadet implicated in a murder in the NBC miniseries Dress Gray
    * 1988 Had pivotal supporting roles in Working Girl and Married to the Mob
    * 1988 Played first romantic lead in the supernatural farce, Beetlejuice
    * 1988 Returned to Broadway as a slick corporate raider in Caryl Churchill s play Serious Money
    * 1989 Portrayed Jimmy Swaggart, cousin to rock singer Jerry Lee Lewis (Dennis Quaid) in the biopic Great Balls of Fire
    * 1990 Cast as Jack Ryan in The Hunt for Red October; passed on reprising his role in the sequels
    * 1990 First received top billing in Miami Blues
    * 1990 Starred opposite Mary-Louise Parker in Craig Lucas play Prelude to a Kiss at Circle Repertory Theatre
    * 1991 First teamed on screen with future wife Kim Basinger in The Marrying Man
    * 1992 Reprised stage role opposite Meg Ryan in Norman Rene s film version of Prelude to a Kiss
    * 1994 Acted opposite wife Kim Bassinger in Roger Donaldson s remake of The Getaway
    * 1994 Founded El Dorado Productions
    * 1994 Had title role in The Shadow
    * 1995 Played Stanley Kowalski opposite Jessica Lange in the Broadway revival of A Streetcar Named Desire ; earned a Tony nomination; reprised role for TV-movie that year for which he netted an Emmy nomination
    * 1996 Appeared in Rob Reiner s Ghosts of Mississippi
    * 1997 Starred opposite Anthony Hopkins in the David Mamet scripted, The Edge
    * 1998 Offered a villainous turn in Mercury Rising
    * 1998 Returned to the stage to play Macbeth opposite Angela Bassett
    * 1999 Had supporting role as the father of a troubled teen in Outside Providence
    * 1999 Made cameo appearance in Notting Hill
    * 2000 Cast (also executive produced) as the lead prosecutorial attorney in the TNT miniseries Nuremberg ; received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Miniseries
    * 2000 Played (also executive producerd) a self-centered actor in David Mamet s State and Main
    * 2000 Produced City Center Voices! of American Theater, a series of one-night only staged readings of American plays; appeared with Joanne Woodward in the inaugural production of Arsenic and Old Lace
    * 2001 Starred in Gross Points at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, NY; role reportedly based on actor Al Pacino
    * 2002 Cast as Robert McNamara in the HBO drama Path To War ; received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor
    * 2002 Feature directorial debut (also co-starred), the remake of The Devil and Daniel Webster
    * 2003 Cast as Quinn in the film adaptation of Dr. Seuss The Cat in the Hat
    * 2003 Co-starred with William H. Macy in The Cooler as a casino tycoon; received Golden Globe, SAG and Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor
    * 2004 Cast in Martin Scorsese s The Aviator a biopic of legendary director and aviator Howard Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio)
    * 2004 Guest starred on the season finale of Nip/Tuck (F/X) playing Dr. Barrett Moore, the ex-husband of life coach Ava Moore (Famke Janssen)
    * 2005 Cast in Fun with Dick and Jane an update of the 1977 comedy, where a married couple turn to robbery to pay the bills
    * 2005 Earned an Emmy nominations in 2005 and 2006 for his guest-starring role on Will & Grace (NBC) as Will s new boss
    * 2006 Cast as Jack Donaghy, the network boss of a New York based sketch comedy show in 30 Rock (NBC); earned Emmy (2007, 2010) and Golden Globe (2007) nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
    * 2006 Cast as an alcoholic father in the ensemble drama-comedy Running with Scissors
    * 2006 Cast in Robert De Niro s The Good Shepherd, as a CIA operative
    * 2006 Performed on stage in Entertaining Mr. Sloane ; co-star Jan Maxwell left the production after complaining about the behavior of her co-star and was replaced by an understudy; this was denied by Baldwin and the theatre
    * 2006 Played a macho police official in Martin Scorsese s The Departed
    * 2007 Starred in (also produced) Shortcut to Happiness as a struggling writer who sells his soul to the devil for fame and fortune
    * 2009 Announced as co-host, along with Steve Martin, of the 82nd Annual Academy Awards; earned an Emmy nomination in 2010 for Outstanding Special Class Programs (shared with Adam Shankman, Bill Mechanic, Michael B. Seligman, and Martin)
    * 2009 Co-starred as Meryl Streep s ex-husband in the comedy, It s Complicated ; directed by Nancy Meyers
    * 2009 Played Campbell Alexander in My Sister s Keeper, a Nick Cassavetes-directed adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel
    * 2010 Nominated for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in Comedy Series ( 30 Rock )
    * 2011 Nominated for the 2011 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy ( 30 Rock )
    * 2011 Nominated for the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series ( 30 Rock )
    * Was a waiter at the famed disco Studio 54


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