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Alan Alda

1936-01-28 New York City, New York, USA

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Alan Alda  (born January 28, 1936) is an American actor, director, screenwriter, and author. A six-time Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award winner, he is best known for his role as Hawkeye Pierce in the TV series MAS*H. He is currently a visiting professor at the Stony Brook University School of Journalism. Description above from the Wikipedia article Alan Alda, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia


Ray Donovan: The Movie Dr. Arthur Amiot 2022-01-15
Marriage Story Bert Spitz 2019-09-28
Alan Pakula: Going for Truth Self 2019-10-12
This Changes Everything Himself 2019-06-28
The Emperor's Newest Clothes Narrator 2018-11-15
Itzhak Self 2017-10-05
The Longest Ride Ira Levinson 2015-04-09
Bridge of Spies Thomas Watters Jr. 2015-10-15
Life's Essentials with Ruby Dee Self 2014-06-22
50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus Narrator (voice) 2013-08-04
Wanderlust Carvin 2012-02-23
Tower Heist Arthur Shaw 2011-11-02
Behind the Burly Q Himself 2010-04-23
Nothing But the Truth Alan Burnside 2008-12-19
Flash of Genius Gregory Lawson 2008-09-07
Diminished Capacity Uncle Rollie 2008-07-04
Resurrecting the Champ Ralph Metz 2007-06-14
The Aviator Senator Ralph Owen Brewster 2004-12-17
M*A*S*H: 30th Anniversary Reunion Himself 2002-05-17
Club Land Willie Walters 2001-04-08
The Killing Yard Ernie Goodman 2001-09-23
What Women Want Dan Wanamaker 2000-12-15
Keepers of the Frame Himself 1999-03-01
The Object of My Affection Sidney Miller 1998-04-17
Murder at 1600 Jordan 1997-04-18
Mad City Kevin Hollander 1997-11-07
Everyone Says I Love You Bob Danridge 1996-12-06
Jake's Women Jake 1996-01-02
Flirting with Disaster Richard Schlichting 1996-03-22
Canadian Bacon U.S. President 1995-06-08
White Mile Dan Cutler 1994-05-21
Manhattan Murder Mystery Ted 1993-05-02
And the Band Played On Dr. Robert Gallo 1993-09-11
Whispers in the Dark Leo Green 1992-08-06
Memories of M*A*S*H Self / Hawkeye Pierce 1991-11-25
Betsy's Wedding Eddie Hopper 1990-06-22
Crimes and Misdemeanors Lester 1989-10-13
A New Life Steve Giardino 1988-03-25
Sweet Liberty Michael Burgess 1986-05-16
Hollywood's Funniest All-Star Bloopers Self (archival footage) 1985-01-01
The Four Seasons Jack Burroughs 1981-05-22
Making 'M*A*S*H' Self 1981-01-21
The Seduction of Joe Tynan Joe Tynan 1979-08-17
California Suite Bill Warren 1978-12-15
Same Time, Next Year George Peters 1978-04-23
Kill Me If You Can Caryl W. Chessman 1977-09-25
6 RMS RIV VU Paul Friedman 1974-03-17
Free to Be… You and Me Self 1974-03-11
Lily 1973-11-02
Juke and Opal Jimmy 1973-12-01
Isn't It Shocking? Dan 1973-10-02
Playmates Marshall Barnett 1972-10-04
The Glass House Jonathon Paige 1972-02-04
To Kill A Clown Maj. Evelyn Ritchie 1972-08-23
The Mephisto Waltz Myles Clarkson 1971-04-09
Jenny Delano 1970-01-02
The Moonshine War John W. (Son) Martin 1970-06-30
The Extraordinary Seaman Lt. J / G Morton Krim 1969-05-14
Paper Lion George Plimpton 1968-10-23
Where's Everett? Arnold Barker 1966-06-24
Gone Are the Days! Charlie Cotchipee 1963-08-09