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Alan Wolf Arkin

Hebrew: אלן וולף ארקין
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About Alan Arkin

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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 Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Catch-22, The In-Laws, Edward Scissorhands, Glengarry Glen Ross, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, Little Miss Sunshine, and Argo, the last two of which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the former of which he won. He is the father of actors Adam Arkin, Anthony Arkin, and Matthew Arkin. Contents [show] Early life[edit]

Arkin was born in Brooklyn, New York City, son of David I. Arkin, a painter and writer, and his wife, Beatrice (Wortis), a teacher.[1] He was raised in a Jewish family with "no emphasis on religion". His grandparents were immigrants from Ukraine, Russia, and Germany.[2][3] His parents moved to Los Angeles when Alan was 11,[2] but an eight-month Hollywood strike cost his father his job as a set designer. During the 1950s Red Scare, Arkin's parents were accused of being Communists, and his father was fired when he refused to answer questions about his political ideology. David Arkin challenged the dismissal, but he was only vindicated after his death.[4] Career[edit]

Early work[edit]

Arkin in Popi (1969) (trailer) Arkin, who had been taking acting lessons since age 10, became a scholarship student at various drama academies, including one run by the Stanislavsky student Benjamin Zemach, who taught Arkin a psychological approach to acting.[5] Arkin attended Los Angeles City College from 1951 to 1953. He also attended Bennington College. With two friends, he formed the folk music group The Tarriers, in which Arkin sang and played guitar. The band members co-composed the group's 1956 hit "The Banana Boat Song", a reworking, with some new lyrics, of a traditional, Jamaican calypso folk song of the same name, combined with another titled "Hill and Gully Rider".[6] It reached #4 on the Billboard magazine chart the same year as Harry Belafonte's better-known hit version.[7] The group appeared in the 1957 Calypso-exploitation film Calypso Heat Wave, singing "Banana Boat Song" and "Choucoune".[citation needed] From 1958 to 1968, Arkin performed and recorded with the children's folk group, The Baby Sitters.[8] He also performed the role of Dr. Pangloss in a concert staging of Leonard Bernstein's operetta Candide, alongside Madeline Kahn's Cunegonde. Arkin was an early member of The Second City comedy troupe in the 1960s.[9] Arkin and his second wife, Barbara Dana, appeared together on the 1970–71 season of Sesame Street as a comical couple named Larry and Phyllis who resolve their conflicts when they remember how to pronounce the word "cooperate." In 1985, he sang two selections by Jones & Schmidt on Ben Bagley's album Contemporary Broadway Revisited. Acting[edit]

With Shirley Knight in TV special, The Defection of Simas Kudirka (1978) Arkin is one of only six[10] actors to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for his first screen appearance (for The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming in 1966). Two years later, he was again nominated, for The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter. In 1968, he appeared in the title role of Inspector Clouseau, after Peter Sellers disassociated himself from the role, but the film was not well received by Sellers' fans. His best known films include his Oscar-nominated Wait Until Dark, as the erudite killer stalking Audrey Hepburn; The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter; Catch-22; The Seven-Per-Cent Solution; Little Murders; The In-Laws; Glengarry Glen Ross; and Little Miss Sunshine, for which he won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar; and Argo. His portrayal of Dr. Oatman, a scared and emotionally conflicted psychiatrist treating John Cusack's hit man character Martin Q. Blank in Grosse Point Blank was also well received. His role in Little Miss Sunshine, as the foul-mouthed Grandfather Edwin with a taste for heroin, won him the BAFTA Film Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role and the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. On receiving his Academy Award on February 25, 2007, Arkin said, "More than anything, I'm deeply moved by the open-hearted appreciation our small film has received, which in these fragmented times speaks so openly of the possibility of innocence, growth and connection".[11] At 72 years old, Arkin was the sixth oldest winner of the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. In 2006–07, Arkin was cast in supporting roles in Rendition as a US senator and The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause as Bud Newman (Carol's Dad), starring with Tim Allen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Mitchell, Judge Reinhold and Wendy Crewson. On Broadway, Arkin starred in Enter Laughing, for which he won a Tony Award, and Luv. He also directed The Sunshine Boys, among others. Directing[edit] Arkin's directorial debut, in 1969, was a 12-minute children's film, People Soup, starring his sons Adam Arkin and Matthew Arkin. Based on a story he had published in the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction in the 1950s, People Soup is a fantasy about two boys who experiment with various kitchen ingredients until they concoct a magical soup which transforms them into different animals and objects.

Arkin with his wife Suzanne at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival Arkin's most acclaimed directorial effort is Little Murders, released in 1971. Written by cartoonist Jules Feiffer, Little Murders is a black comedy film starring Elliott Gould and Marcia Rodd about a girl, Patsy (Rodd), who brings home her boyfriend, Alfred (Gould), to meet her severely dysfunctional family amidst a series of random shootings, garbage strikes and electrical outages ravaging the neighborhood. The film opened to a lukewarm review by Roger Greenspan,[12] and a more positive one by Vincent Canby[13] in the New York Times. Roger Ebert's review in the Chicago Sun Times was more enthusiastic, saying, "One of the reasons it works, and is indeed a definitive reflection of America's darker moods, is that it breaks audiences down into isolated individuals, vulnerable and uncertain."[14] Arkin also directed Fire Sale (1977), Samuel Beckett Is Coming Soon (1993) and Arigo (2000). Writing[edit] Arkin is the author of many books, including the children's stories Tony's Hard Work Day (illustrated by James Stevenson, 1972), The Lemming Condition (illustrated by Joan Sandin, 1976), Halfway Through the Door: An Actor's Journey Toward Self (1979) and The Clearing (1986 continuation of Lemming). In March 2011, he released his memoir, An Improvised Life.[15] Personal life[edit]

Arkin has been married three times. He and Jeremy Yaffe, to whom he was married from 1955 to 1961, have two sons: Adam Arkin, born August 19, 1956, and Matthew Arkin, born March 21, 1959. In 1967, Arkin had son Anthony (Tony) Dana Arkin with actress-screenwriter Barbara Dana (born 1940), to whom he was married from June 16, 1964 to the mid-1990s. In 1996, Arkin married a psychotherapist, Suzanne Newlander.[4] They live in Carlsbad, California. Filmography[edit]

Film Year Title Role Other notes 1957 Calypso Heat Wave Tarriers lead singer (uncredited) 1966 The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming Lt. Rozanov Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Laurel Award for Top Male New Face Laurel Award for Top Male Comedy Performance (runner-up) New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor (3rd place) Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor Nominated—BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles Nominated—Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actor 1967 Woman Times Seven Fred segment: The Suicides Wait Until Dark Roat Roat Jr. Roat Sr. 1968 Inspector Clouseau Inspector Jacques Clouseau The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter John Singer Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor Laurel Award for Top Male Dramatic Performance (runner-up) New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama 1969 Popi Abraham Rodriguez Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama The Monitors Himself (cameo) 1970 Catch-22 Capt. John Yossarian Nominated—Laurel Award for Top Male Dramatic Performance Nominated—National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor 1971 Little Murders Lt. Practice (also directed) 1972 Last of the Red Hot Lovers Barney Cashman 1973 Deadhead Miles Cooper 1974 Freebie and the Bean Bean 1975 Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins Gunny Rafferty (also released as Rafferty and the Highway Hustlers) Hearts of the West Burt Kessler New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor 1976 The Seven-Per-Cent Solution Dr. Sigmund Freud 1977 Fire Sale Ezra Fikus (also directed) 1979 The In-Laws Sheldon S. Kornpett, D.D.S. The Magician of Lublin Yasha Mazur 1980 Simon Prof. Simon Mendelssohn Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actor 1981 Full Moon High Dr. Brand Improper Channels Jeffrey Martley Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actor Chu Chu and the Philly Flash Flash 1982 The Last Unicorn Schmendrick (voice only) 1983 The Return of Captain Invincible Captain Invincible 1985 Joshua Then and Now Reuben Shapiro Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role Bad Medicine Dr. Ramón Madera 1986 Big Trouble Leonard Hoffman 1990 Coupe de Ville Fred Libner Edward Scissorhands Bill Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor Havana Joe Volpi 1991 The Rocketeer A. "Peevy" Peabody 1992 Glengarry Glen Ross George Aaronow Valladolid International Film Festival Best Actor Award 1993 Indian Summer Unca Lou Handler So I Married an Axe Murderer Police Captain (uncredited) Samuel Beckett is Coming Soon The Director (also directed) 1994 North Judge Buckle 1995 Picture Windows Tully segment: Soir Bleu The Jerky Boys: The Movie Ernie Lazarro Steal Big Steal Little Lou Perilli 1996 Heck's Way Home Dogcatcher Mother Night George Kraft 1997 Grosse Pointe Blank Dr. Oatman Four Days in September Charles Burke Elbrick Gattaca Det. Hugo 1998 Slums of Beverly Hills Murray Samuel Abromowitz 1999 Jakob the Liar Max Frankfurter 2000 Magicians Milo (direct-to-video) 2001 America's Sweethearts Wellness Guide Thirteen Conversations About One Thing Gene Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor Chlotrudis Award for Best Supporting Actor Florida Film Critics Circle Award for Best Cast National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor (3rd place) San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor (runner-up) Nominated—Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor 2004 Eros Dr. Pearl Hal segment: Equilibrium 2006 The Novice Father Benkhe Firewall Arlin Forester Little Miss Sunshine Edwin Hoover Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor(runner-up) Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble(runner-up) Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor (3rd place) Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Gotham Award for Best Ensemble Cast Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Prism Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause Bud Newman Raising Flagg Flagg Purdy 2007 Rendition Senator Hawkins 2008 Sunshine Cleaning Joe Get Smart The Chief Marley & Me Arnie Klein 2009 The Private Lives of Pippa Lee Herb City Island Michael Malakov (drama coach) 2011 Thin Ice Gorvy Hauer The Change-Up Mitch's Dad The Muppets Tour Guide (cameo) 2012 Argo Lester Siegel Hollywood Film Award for Ensemble of the Year Palm Springs International Film Festival Ensemble Cast Award Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated—Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated—Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated— Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated— Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble Nominated—Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture Nominated—London Film Critics' Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast Nominated—San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by an Ensemble Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated—Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Stand Up Guys Richard Hirsch 2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Rance Holloway Grudge Match Lightning 2014 Million Dollar Arm Ray Poitevint Television movies/miniseries Year Title Role Notes 1978 The Other Side of Hell Frank Dole (TV movie premiering January 17, 1978) The Defection of Simas Kudirka Simas Kudirka (TV movie premiering January 23, 1978) 1985 The Fourth Wise Man Orontes (TV movie premiering March 1985) 1986 A Deadly Business Harold Kaufman TV 1987 Escape from Sobibor Leon Feldhendler Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor – Miniseries or a Movie 1988 Necessary Parties Archie Corelli (TV movie) 1993 Cooperstown Harry Willette (TV movie premiering Jan. 1993) Nominated— Cable ACE Award for Best Actor in a Movie or Miniseries Taking the Heat Tommy Canard (TV movie premiering June 1993) 1994 Doomsday Gun Col. Yossi (TV movie premiering July 23, 1994) 1999 Blood Money Willy "The Hammer" Canzaro (TV movie) 2001 Varian's War Freier (TV movie premiering April 2001) 2003 The Pentagon Papers Harry Rowen (TV movie) Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor – Miniseries or a Movie And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Sam Drebben (TV movie) 2004 Noel Artie Venzuela (TV movie) Television appearances Year Title Role Notes 1964 East Side/West Side Ted Miller episode: The Beatnik and the Politician 1966 ABC Stage 67 Barney Kempinski The Love Song of Barney Kempinski Nominated— Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama 1970–71 Sesame Street Larry unknown episodes 1979 Carol Burnett & Company Himself episode: Episode #1.2 1980 The Muppet Show Himself Season 4, episode 20 1983 St. Elsewhere Jerry Singleton episode: Ties That Bind episode: Lust En Veritas episode: Newheart 1985 Faerie Tale Theatre Bo episode: The Emperor's New Clothes 1987 Harry Harry Porschak 7 episodes 1997 Chicago Hope Zoltan Karpathein episode: The Son Also Rises Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor – Drama Series 2001–02 100 Centre Street Joe Rifkind 10 episodes 2005 Will & Grace Marty Adler episode: It's a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World References[edit]

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About Alan Arkin (עברית)

אלן וולף ארקין

''''''(באנגלית: Alan Wolf Arkin; נולד ב-26 במרץ 1934) הוא שחקן, במאי וסופר אמריקאי יהודי. זוכה פרס אוסקר לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר ופרס באפט"א לשחקן הטוב ביותר בתפקיד משנה על משחקו בסרט "מיס סנשיין הקטנה".

תוכן עניינים 1 ביוגרפיה 2 קריירה 2.1 משחק 2.2 כתיבה 3 פילמוגרפיה 4 פרסים והוקרה 5 קישורים חיצוניים 6 הערות שוליים ביוגרפיה ארקין נולד בברוקלין שבניו יורק, לביאטריס וורטיס, מורה במקצועה, ולדייוויד איי. ארקין, צייר וסופר שעבד בעיקר בתור מורה.[1] ארקין גדל במשפחה יהודית אשר לא שמה דגש על דת.[2] משפחתו עברה ללוס אנג'לס שבקליפורניה בהיותו בן 11.[2]

ארקין התחתן שלוש פעמים. ב-1955 נישא לאשתו הראשונה, ג'רמי יאפה, והם נפרדו בשנת 1960. לזוג שני ילדים, אדם ארקין ומתיו ארקין, שגם הם שחקנים. ב-16 ביוני 1964 נישא ארקין לאשתו השנייה, ברברה דאנה, שחקנית ותסריטאית במקצועה. לזוג ילד אחד, והם נפרדו באמצע שנות ה-90. בשנת 1996 נישא לפסיכולוגית סוזן נולאנדר,[3] ומאז 2007 הם גרים בקרלסבד, קליפורניה.

קריירה משחק ארקין אשר החל לקחת שיעורי משחק כבר מגיל 10, למד במגוון רחב של אקדמיות לדרמה, ביניהם אחת שאותה ניהל תלמיד של קונסטנטין סטניסלבסקי, שלימד את ארקין גישה פסיכולוגית במשחק.[4]

ארקין הוא אחד משמונה השחקנים היחידים שקיבלו מועמדות לפרס אוסקר בקטגוריית השחקן הטוב ביותר על הופעת המסך הראשונה שלהם.[5] (את מועמדותו קיבל על תפקידו בסרט "הרוסים באים, הרוסים באים" בשנת 1966). ארקין קיבל מועמדות שנייה לפרס, שנתיים אחר כך, על תפקידו בסרט "צייד בודד הוא הלב".

ארקין ידוע בעיקר בתפקידים בסרטי קומדיה ודרמה. בין סרטיו הידועים הם: "בודדה באפלה", שם שיחק לצידה של אודרי הפבורן, "מלכוד 22" של מייק ניקולס, "רציחות קטנות" אותו בנוסף גם ביים, "תמיסת שבעת האחוזים" שם גילם את זיגמונד פרויד, "חותנים צמודים לדולר" בו כיכב לצידו של פיטר פאלק, "גלנגרי גלן רוס" בו שיחק לצד השחקנים ג'ק למון ואל פצ'ינו ו"מיס סנשיין הקטנה" עליו קיבל מועמדות שלישית לאוסקר, הפעם בקטגוריית שחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר, ובסופו של דבר זכה בפרס. על משחקו בסרט זה זכה גם בפרסי באפט"א, גילדת שחקני המסך ואינדפנדנט ספיריט לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר.

בשנת 2007 לוהק ארקין לתפקיד קטן בסרט "חקירה מעבר לקווים". ב-2008 שיחק בסרט "שחק אותה סמארט", וב-2009 השתתף בסרטים: "סאנשיין בע"מ", "חייה הפרטיים של פיפה לי" וסיטי איילנד".

בשנת 2017 שיחק בסרט "פורשים בסטייל". הסרט הוא קומדיה שחורה בבימויו של זאק בראף ובכיכובם של מורגן פרימן ומייקל קיין.

ארקין זכה בפרס טוני על משחקו בהפקה של ברודוויי, "Enter Laughing" ו-"Luv", וביים את ההפקה של "נערי הזריחה".

כתיבה ארקין הוא סופר של ספרים רבים, ביניהם ספרי הילדים: "Tony's Hard Work Day"‏ (1972), "The Lemming Condition"‏ (1976), "Halfway Through the Door: An Actor's Journey Toward Self"‏ (1979) ו-"The Clearing" ‏(1986).[6]

פילמוגרפיה קולנוע שנה סרט תפקיד הערות 1957 Calypso Heat Wave לא קיבל קרדיט 1963 That's Me 1966 הרוסים באים, הרוסים באים סגן רוזנוב פרס גלובוס הזהב לשחקן הטוב ביותר בסרט מוזיקלי או קומדיה מועמדות לפרס אוסקר לשחקן הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס באפט"א לאדם החדש הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס גלובוס הזהב לכוכב החדש של השנה המוהיקני האחרון פרצל פאדלר סרט קצר 1967 Woman Times Seven פרד בודדה באפלה הארי רוט 1968 המפקח קלוזו חוזר המפקח ז'אק קלוזו צייד בודד הוא הלב ג'ון סינגר פרס מטעם חוג מבקרי הקולנוע של קנזס לשחקן הטוב ביותר פרס מטעם חוג מבקרי הקולנוע של ניו יורק לשחקן הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס אוסקר לשחקן הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס גלובוס הזהב לשחקן הטוב ביותר בסרט דרמה 1969 Popi אברהם רודריגז פרס מטעם חוג מבקרי הקולנוע של קנזס לשחקן הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס גלובוס הזהב לשחקן הטוב ביותר בסרט דרמה The Monitors בתפקיד קמע 1970 מלכוד 22 הקצין ג'ון יוסאריאן 1971 רציחות קטנות סגן הפרקליט גם ביים 1972 Last of the Red Hot Lovers ברני קאשמן Deadhead Miles קופר 1974 It Couldn't Happen to a Nicer Guy קן וולטרס סרט טלוויזיה Freebie and the Bean בין 1975 Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins גאני ראפרטי כוכבי המערב ברט קסלר פרס מטעם חוג מבקרי הקולנוע של ניו יורק 1976 תמיסת שבעת האחוזים זיגמונד פרויד 1977 Fire Sale עזרא פיקוס גם ביים 1978 The Other Side of Hell פרנק דול The Defection of Simas Kudirka סימאס קודריקה 1979 חותנים צמודים לדולר שלדון קורנפט הקוסם מלובלין יאשה מזור 1980 סימון פרופסור סימון מנדלסון מועמדות לפרס סאטורן לשחקן הטוב ביותר 1981 Full Moon High ד"ר בראנד Improper Channels ג'פארי מרטלי מועמדות לפרס ג'יני לשחקן הזר הטוב ביותר Chu Chu and the Philly Flash פלאש 1982 החד-קרן האחרון שמנדריק דיבוב 1983 The Return of Captain Invincible הקפטן הבלתי מנוצח 1984 A Matter of Principle פלאג פורדי סרט טלוויזיה Terror in the Aisles צילומי ארכיון 1985 The Fourth Wise Man אורונטס סרט טלוויזיה ג'ושוע אתמול והיום ראובן שפירו פרס ג'יני לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר Bad Medicine ד"ר רמון מדרה 1986 A Deadly Business הרולד קאופמן סרט טלוויזיה Big Trouble לאונרד הופמן 1987 הבריחה מסוביבור לאון פלדהנדלר סרט טלוויזיה מועמדות לפרס גלובוס הזהב לשחקן הטוב ביותר במיני-סדרה או סרט טלוויזיה מועמדות לפרס אמי לשחקן הטוב ביותר במיני-סדרה או סרט 1988 Necessary Parties ארצ'י קוראלי סרט טלוויזיה 1990 נעורים מחוף לחוף פרד ליבנר המספריים של אדוארד ביל בוגס מועמדות לפרס סאטורן לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר הוואנה ג'ואי וולפי 1991 הרפתקאות רוקטיר פיווי 1992 גלנגרי גלן רוס ג'ורג' אהרונוב 1993 Cooperstown הארי ויילט סרט טלוויזיה קיץ אינדיאני אונקה לו הנדלר Taking the Heat תומי קנארד סרט טלוויזיה אשתי רוצחת לשעבר מפקד משטרה לא קיבל קרדיט Samuel Beckett is Coming Soon הבמאי (דמות) סרט קצר, גם ביים 1994 הורים בהזמנה השופט באקל אקדח יום הדין קולנל יוסי סרט טלוויזיה Picture Windows טולי סרט טלוויזיה 1995 The Jerky Boys ארני לזארו Steal Big Steal Little לו פרילי 1996 Heck's Way Home לוכד כלבים סרט טלוויזיה אמא לילה ג'ורג' קראפט 1997 מפגש בגרוס פוינט ד"ר אולטמן O Que É Isso, Companheiro? צ'ארלס בורק אלבריק ברזיל מה קרה בגטקה? בלש הוגו 1998 בשולי בוורלי הילס מוריי סמואל אברמוביץ' 1999 יעקב השקרן מקס פרנקפורטר כופר הדמים ווילי קנזרו סרט טלוויזיה 2000 Arigo תסריטאי ובמאי Magicians מיילו ביים לווידאו 2001 Varian's War פראייר סרט טלוויזיה אמריקה מאוהבת מדריך תרפיה 13 שיחות על דבר אחד ג'ין פרס מטעם חוג מבקרי הקולנוע של בוסטון לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר Chlotrudis Award לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס אינדפנדנט ספיריט לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר 2003 פרשת מסמכי הפנטגון הארי רואן סרט טלוויזיה מועמדות לפרס אמי לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר במיני-סדרה או סרט And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself סאם דרבן סרט טלוויזיה 2004 The Novice האב בנק נואל ארטי ונצואלה סרט טלוויזיה סיפורי ארוס ד"ר פירל 2006 פריצה ברשת ארלין פורסטר מיס סנשיין הקטנה אדווין הובר פרס אוסקר לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר פרס באפט"א לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר פרס אינדפנדנט ספיריט לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס גילדת שחקני המסך לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר מועמדות לפרס סייטליט לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר בסרט קולנוע סנטה במשרה חלקית 3 באד ניומן 2007 Raising Flagg פלאג פורדי חקירה מעבר לקווים סנטור הוקינס 2008 שחק אותה סמארט המנהיג מארלי ואני ארני קלין 2009 סאנשיין בע"מ ג'ו חייה הפרטיים של פיפה לי הארב סיטי איילנד מייקל מאלקוב 2011 שחק אותה סמארט 2 המנהיג 2012 ארגו לסטר סיגל 2013 תגובה קטלנית השוטר ריגס ברט וונדרסטון המופלא ראנס הלווי 2014 יד בשווי מיליון דולר ריי 2015 כולם אוהבים את הקופרס 2017 פורשים בסטייל אל 2019 דמבו ג'יי גריפין רמינגטון 2020 הצדק של ספנסר הנרי קימולי טלוויזיה שנה סדרה תפקיד הערות 1964 East Side/West Side טד מילר פרק 1 1966 ABC Stage 67 בארני קמפינסקי פרק 1 מועמדות לפרס אמי לשחקן הטוב ביותר בהופעת אורח בסדרת דרמה 1970- 1971 רחוב סומסום לארי 1979 Carol Burnett & Company עצמו פרק 1, עונה 2 1983 מקום אחר ג'רי סינגלטון 3 פרקים 1985 תיאטרון האגדות בו "בגדי המלך החדשים" 1987 הארי הארי פורסצ'אק 1997 שיקגו הופ זולטן קרפת'ין פרק 1 מועמדות לפרס אמי לשחקן הטוב ביותר בהופעת אורח בסדרת דרמה 2001- 2002 משפט לילי ג'ו ריפקינד 2005 ויל וגרייס מרטי אדלר פרק 1 2006- 2007 בוסטון ליגל תובע 2 פרקים, עונה 3 2017 תפוס את שורטי יוג'ין פרק אחד 2018-הווה שיטת קומינסקי נורמן 2 עונות; תפקיד ראשי פרסים והוקרה פרס אוסקר לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר (2006) פרס טוני לשחקן מומלץ במחזה (1963) פרס גלובוס הזהב לשחקן הטוב ביותר לסרט מוזיקלי או קומי (1966) פרס דרמה דסק לבמאי הטוב ביותר (1969) פרס דרמה דסק לבמאי הטוב ביותר (1970) Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actor (1982) Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor (1986) פרס באפט"א לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר (2007) פרס אינדפנדנט ספיריט לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר (2007) פרס גילדת שחקני המסך לצוות השחקנים הטוב ביותר בסרט קולנוע (2007) פרס גילדת שחקני המסך לצוות השחקנים הטוב ביותר בסרט קולנוע (2013) פרס עולם התיאטרון (1963) פרס גלובוס הזהב לשחקן המשנה הטוב ביותר - סרט קולנוע (2018) קישורים חיצוניים ויקישיתוף מדיה וקבצים בנושא אלן ארקין בוויקישיתוף IMDB Logo 2016.svg אלן ארקין , במסד הנתונים הקולנועיים IMDb (באנגלית) Allmovie Logo.png אלן ארקין , באתר AllMovie (באנגלית) אלן ארקין , באתר TV.com (באנגלית) https://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%90%D7%9C%D7%9F_%D7%90%D7%A8%D7%A7%D7%99%D7%9F

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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 Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Catch-22, The In-Laws, Edward Scissorhands, Glengarry Glen Ross, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, Little Miss Sunshine, and Argo, the last two of which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the former of which he won. He is the father of actors Adam Arkin, Anthony Arkin, and Matthew Arkin. Contents [show] Early life[edit]

Arkin was born in Brooklyn, New York City, son of David I. Arkin, a painter and writer, and his wife, Beatrice (Wortis), a teacher.[1] He was raised in a Jewish family with "no emphasis on religion". His grandparents were immigrants from Ukraine, Russia, and Germany.[2][3] His parents moved to Los Angeles when Alan was 11,[2] but an eight-month Hollywood strike cost his father his job as a set designer. During the 1950s Red Scare, Arkin's parents were accused of being Communists, and his father was fired when he refused to answer questions about his political ideology. David Arkin challenged the dismissal, but he was only vindicated after his death.[4] Career[edit]

Early work[edit]

Arkin in Popi (1969) (trailer) Arkin, who had been taking acting lessons since age 10, became a scholarship student at various drama academies, including one run by the Stanislavsky student Benjamin Zemach, who taught Arkin a psychological approach to acting.[5] Arkin attended Los Angeles City College from 1951 to 1953. He also attended Bennington College. With two friends, he formed the folk music group The Tarriers, in which Arkin sang and played guitar. The band members co-composed the group's 1956 hit "The Banana Boat Song", a reworking, with some new lyrics, of a traditional, Jamaican calypso folk song of the same name, combined with another titled "Hill and Gully Rider".[6] It reached #4 on the Billboard magazine chart the same year as Harry Belafonte's better-known hit version.[7] The group appeared in the 1957 Calypso-exploitation film Calypso Heat Wave, singing "Banana Boat Song" and "Choucoune".[citation needed] From 1958 to 1968, Arkin performed and recorded with the children's folk group, The Baby Sitters.[8] He also performed the role of Dr. Pangloss in a concert staging of Leonard Bernstein's operetta Candide, alongside Madeline Kahn's Cunegonde. Arkin was an early member of The Second City comedy troupe in the 1960s.[9] Arkin and his second wife, Barbara Dana, appeared together on the 1970–71 season of Sesame Street as a comical couple named Larry and Phyllis who resolve their conflicts when they remember how to pronounce the word "cooperate." In 1985, he sang two selections by Jones & Schmidt on Ben Bagley's album Contemporary Broadway Revisited. Acting[edit]

With Shirley Knight in TV special, The Defection of Simas Kudirka (1978) Arkin is one of only six[10] actors to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for his first screen appearance (for The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming in 1966). Two years later, he was again nominated, for The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter. In 1968, he appeared in the title role of Inspector Clouseau, after Peter Sellers disassociated himself from the role, but the film was not well received by Sellers' fans. His best known films include his Oscar-nominated Wait Until Dark, as the erudite killer stalking Audrey Hepburn; The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter; Catch-22; The Seven-Per-Cent Solution; Little Murders; The In-Laws; Glengarry Glen Ross; and Little Miss Sunshine, for which he won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar; and Argo. His portrayal of Dr. Oatman, a scared and emotionally conflicted psychiatrist treating John Cusack's hit man character Martin Q. Blank in Grosse Point Blank was also well received. His role in Little Miss Sunshine, as the foul-mouthed Grandfather Edwin with a taste for heroin, won him the BAFTA Film Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role and the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. On receiving his Academy Award on February 25, 2007, Arkin said, "More than anything, I'm deeply moved by the open-hearted appreciation our small film has received, which in these fragmented times speaks so openly of the possibility of innocence, growth and connection".[11] At 72 years old, Arkin was the sixth oldest winner of the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. In 2006–07, Arkin was cast in supporting roles in Rendition as a US senator and The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause as Bud Newman (Carol's Dad), starring with Tim Allen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Mitchell, Judge Reinhold and Wendy Crewson. On Broadway, Arkin starred in Enter Laughing, for which he won a Tony Award, and Luv. He also directed The Sunshine Boys, among others. Directing[edit] Arkin's directorial debut, in 1969, was a 12-minute children's film, People Soup, starring his sons Adam Arkin and Matthew Arkin. Based on a story he had published in the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction in the 1950s, People Soup is a fantasy about two boys who experiment with various kitchen ingredients until they concoct a magical soup which transforms them into different animals and objects.

Arkin with his wife Suzanne at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival Arkin's most acclaimed directorial effort is Little Murders, released in 1971. Written by cartoonist Jules Feiffer, Little Murders is a black comedy film starring Elliott Gould and Marcia Rodd about a girl, Patsy (Rodd), who brings home her boyfriend, Alfred (Gould), to meet her severely dysfunctional family amidst a series of random shootings, garbage strikes and electrical outages ravaging the neighborhood. The film opened to a lukewarm review by Roger Greenspan,[12] and a more positive one by Vincent Canby[13] in the New York Times. Roger Ebert's review in the Chicago Sun Times was more enthusiastic, saying, "One of the reasons it works, and is indeed a definitive reflection of America's darker moods, is that it breaks audiences down into isolated individuals, vulnerable and uncertain."[14] Arkin also directed Fire Sale (1977), Samuel Beckett Is Coming Soon (1993) and Arigo (2000). Writing[edit] Arkin is the author of many books, including the children's stories Tony's Hard Work Day (illustrated by James Stevenson, 1972), The Lemming Condition (illustrated by Joan Sandin, 1976), Halfway Through the Door: An Actor's Journey Toward Self (1979) and The Clearing (1986 continuation of Lemming). In March 2011, he released his memoir, An Improvised Life.[15] Personal life[edit]

Arkin has been married three times. He and Jeremy Yaffe, to whom he was married from 1955 to 1961, have two sons: Adam Arkin, born August 19, 1956, and Matthew Arkin, born March 21, 1959. In 1967, Arkin had son Anthony (Tony) Dana Arkin with actress-screenwriter Barbara Dana (born 1940), to whom he was married from June 16, 1964 to the mid-1990s. In 1996, Arkin married a psychotherapist, Suzanne Newlander.[4] They live in Carlsbad, California. Filmography[edit]

Film Year Title Role Other notes 1957 Calypso Heat Wave Tarriers lead singer (uncredited) 1966 The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming Lt. Rozanov Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Laurel Award for Top Male New Face Laurel Award for Top Male Comedy Performance (runner-up) New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor (3rd place) Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor Nominated—BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles Nominated—Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actor 1967 Woman Times Seven Fred segment: The Suicides Wait Until Dark Roat Roat Jr. Roat Sr. 1968 Inspector Clouseau Inspector Jacques Clouseau The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter John Singer Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor Laurel Award for Top Male Dramatic Performance (runner-up) New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama 1969 Popi Abraham Rodriguez Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama The Monitors Himself (cameo) 1970 Catch-22 Capt. John Yossarian Nominated—Laurel Award for Top Male Dramatic Performance Nominated—National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor 1971 Little Murders Lt. Practice (also directed) 1972 Last of the Red Hot Lovers Barney Cashman 1973 Deadhead Miles Cooper 1974 Freebie and the Bean Bean 1975 Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins Gunny Rafferty (also released as Rafferty and the Highway Hustlers) Hearts of the West Burt Kessler New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor 1976 The Seven-Per-Cent Solution Dr. Sigmund Freud 1977 Fire Sale Ezra Fikus (also directed) 1979 The In-Laws Sheldon S. Kornpett, D.D.S. The Magician of Lublin Yasha Mazur 1980 Simon Prof. Simon Mendelssohn Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actor 1981 Full Moon High Dr. Brand Improper Channels Jeffrey Martley Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actor Chu Chu and the Philly Flash Flash 1982 The Last Unicorn Schmendrick (voice only) 1983 The Return of Captain Invincible Captain Invincible 1985 Joshua Then and Now Reuben Shapiro Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role Bad Medicine Dr. Ramón Madera 1986 Big Trouble Leonard Hoffman 1990 Coupe de Ville Fred Libner Edward Scissorhands Bill Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor Havana Joe Volpi 1991 The Rocketeer A. "Peevy" Peabody 1992 Glengarry Glen Ross George Aaronow Valladolid International Film Festival Best Actor Award 1993 Indian Summer Unca Lou Handler So I Married an Axe Murderer Police Captain (uncredited) Samuel Beckett is Coming Soon The Director (also directed) 1994 North Judge Buckle 1995 Picture Windows Tully segment: Soir Bleu The Jerky Boys: The Movie Ernie Lazarro Steal Big Steal Little Lou Perilli 1996 Heck's Way Home Dogcatcher Mother Night George Kraft 1997 Grosse Pointe Blank Dr. Oatman Four Days in September Charles Burke Elbrick Gattaca Det. Hugo 1998 Slums of Beverly Hills Murray Samuel Abromowitz 1999 Jakob the Liar Max Frankfurter 2000 Magicians Milo (direct-to-video) 2001 America's Sweethearts Wellness Guide Thirteen Conversations About One Thing Gene Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor Chlotrudis Award for Best Supporting Actor Florida Film Critics Circle Award for Best Cast National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor (3rd place) San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor (runner-up) Nominated—Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor 2004 Eros Dr. Pearl Hal segment: Equilibrium 2006 The Novice Father Benkhe Firewall Arlin Forester Little Miss Sunshine Edwin Hoover Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor(runner-up) Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble(runner-up) Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor (3rd place) Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Gotham Award for Best Ensemble Cast Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Prism Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause Bud Newman Raising Flagg Flagg Purdy 2007 Rendition Senator Hawkins 2008 Sunshine Cleaning Joe Get Smart The Chief Marley & Me Arnie Klein 2009 The Private Lives of Pippa Lee Herb City Island Michael Malakov (drama coach) 2011 Thin Ice Gorvy Hauer The Change-Up Mitch's Dad The Muppets Tour Guide (cameo) 2012 Argo Lester Siegel Hollywood Film Award for Ensemble of the Year Palm Springs International Film Festival Ensemble Cast Award Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated—Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated—Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated— Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated— Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble Nominated—Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture Nominated—London Film Critics' Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast Nominated—San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by an Ensemble Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated—Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Stand Up Guys Richard Hirsch 2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Rance Holloway Grudge Match Lightning 2014 Million Dollar Arm Ray Poitevint Television movies/miniseries Year Title Role Notes 1978 The Other Side of Hell Frank Dole (TV movie premiering January 17, 1978) The Defection of Simas Kudirka Simas Kudirka (TV movie premiering January 23, 1978) 1985 The Fourth Wise Man Orontes (TV movie premiering March 1985) 1986 A Deadly Business Harold Kaufman TV 1987 Escape from Sobibor Leon Feldhendler Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor – Miniseries or a Movie 1988 Necessary Parties Archie Corelli (TV movie) 1993 Cooperstown Harry Willette (TV movie premiering Jan. 1993) Nominated— Cable ACE Award for Best Actor in a Movie or Miniseries Taking the Heat Tommy Canard (TV movie premiering June 1993) 1994 Doomsday Gun Col. Yossi (TV movie premiering July 23, 1994) 1999 Blood Money Willy "The Hammer" Canzaro (TV movie) 2001 Varian's War Freier (TV movie premiering April 2001) 2003 The Pentagon Papers Harry Rowen (TV movie) Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor – Miniseries or a Movie And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Sam Drebben (TV movie) 2004 Noel Artie Venzuela (TV movie) Television appearances Year Title Role Notes 1964 East Side/West Side Ted Miller episode: The Beatnik and the Politician 1966 ABC Stage 67 Barney Kempinski The Love Song of Barney Kempinski Nominated— Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama 1970–71 Sesame Street Larry unknown episodes 1979 Carol Burnett & Company Himself episode: Episode #1.2 1980 The Muppet Show Himself Season 4, episode 20 1983 St. Elsewhere Jerry Singleton episode: Ties That Bind episode: Lust En Veritas episode: Newheart 1985 Faerie Tale Theatre Bo episode: The Emperor's New Clothes 1987 Harry Harry Porschak 7 episodes 1997 Chicago Hope Zoltan Karpathein episode: The Son Also Rises Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor – Drama Series 2001–02 100 Centre Street Joe Rifkind 10 episodes 2005 Will & Grace Marty Adler episode: It's a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World References[edit]

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Alan Arkin's Timeline

1934
March 26, 1934
New York, New York County, NY, United States