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Alec Baldwin (born Alexander Rae Baldwin III 03.04.1958)
Alec Baldwin is an American actor, producer and comedian, best known for his roles in The Departed, Beetlejuice, and 30 Rock.
Net Worth: In 2013, Alec Baldwin had a net worth of 65 million USD according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Childhood: Alec Baldwin was born in Amityville, Long Island, New York as the eldest son of Carol Newcomb and Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr.. Alec Baldwin attended Alfred G. Berner High School in Massapequa where he spent a large amount of time playing football. In 1976, he attended George Washington University until 1979. He then transferred to the Tisch School of the Arts in New York University.
Career: In 1980, Baldwin received his first television role on the series The Doctors. He made his film debut in 1987 in the film 'Forever, Lulu', before gaining box office recognition for his role in 'Beetlejuice' in the following year. He then gained more recognition for his starring role in The Hunt For Red October in 1990. In 2001, Baldwin made a turn towards character acting, starting with the film Pearl Harbour. The film went on to be his highest grossing film. After the 2003 film, The Cooler, Baldwin was nominated for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and The Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance. Baldwin then went on to collaborate with Martin Scorsese in The Aviator (2004) and The Departed (2006).
Personal Life: In 1990, Alec Baldwin met Kim Basinger on the set of The Marrying Man and the couple married in 1993. Their daughter, Ireland, was born in 1995. The couple filed for divorce in 2001, with it finalized in 2002. In 2011, Baldwin began dating Hilaria Thomas - a Spanish teacher and Yoga Vida from Manhattan. They were engaged in April 2012 and married June of the same year. Alec and Hilaria's child daughter, Carmen, was born in 2013.
The 'SNL' star got into a dispute over a parking spot in Manhattan on Friday.
Alec Baldwin has been arrested in New York City and is facing the possibility of being charged with assault, over what appears to be an altercation over a parking spot that got physical.
The ’30 Rock’ star, 60, was taken into custody at the NYPD’s 6th Precinct station on Friday (November 2nd), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“It looks like it was a dispute over the parking spot, and the person in custody punched [the other person involved],” a spokesperson for the New York Police Department told the publication that evening.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Arrested And Charged With Assault Over Parking Spot Fight
Baldwin had been rumoured to be playing the part of Bruce Wayne's father.
Alec Baldwin has dropped out of playing Bruce Wayne’s father in Todd Phillips’ new standalone movie Joker, citing schedule clashes for his decision.
The 60 year old explained to USA Today this week that he was no longer part of the project and that the part of Thomas Wayne, Batman’s father, is now vacant.
“I am no longer doing that movie,” Baldwin revealed, adding “I’m sure there are 25 guys who can play that part.”
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Drops Out Of 'Joker' Origin Movie
An early morning spelling error from the President has amused social media users.
This week the President has been embroiled in issues regarding gun laws and trade issues, so surely that's what he's going to be posting on social media, right? Wrong. Instead, it seems his first job of the morning is to attack Alec Baldwin. Again. Well, you can't say he's not entertaining.
Alec Baldwin and his wife at the Elton John AIDS Foundation gala
Before he'd apparently opened his eyes this morning (as the spelling errors suggest), Donald Trump was ranting on Twitter about 'Saturday Night Live' star Alec Baldwin's unflattering (but accurate) impressions of him, and how the comedian finds it a weekly struggle to impersonate the US President.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Calls Alec Baldwin 'Alex Baldwin' And The Internet Is Entertained
After nearly a year and a half of doing his Trump impression for 'SNL', Baldwin thinks he might have had enough.
Although his impersonations of Donald Trump for ‘Saturday Night Live’ continue to be a ratings hit after well over a year, Alec Baldwin has admitted that lampooning the president is becoming “agony”.
When Baldwin first unveiled his incredibly popular take on Trump in the fall of 2016, he was only supposed to be a guest performer on ‘SNL’. However, when the Republican candidate took the industry by surprise by actually winning the presidency, the actor was then invited back to become a regular fixture on the sketch show.
However, it sounds like Baldwin is now beginning to get frustrated at having to continue doing his impression. “Every time I do it now, it's like agony. Agony. I can't,” the 59 year old told The Hollywood Reporter.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Says Doing His Donald Trump Impression Is "Agony"
The actor claims Trump invited his wife Chynna Phillips to leave on his helicopter and go to Atlantic City with him
Billy Baldwin has accused Donald Trump of hitting on his wife during a party at a New York hotel over 20 years ago.
The actor made the claims on Twitter in response to a tweet from the President’s son Donald Trump Jr. about the latest allegations of sexual harassment against Democratic Senator. Al Franken.
Billy Baldwin claims President Trump once ‘hit on’ his wife Chynna Phillips
Continue reading: Billy Baldwin Says Donald Trump Once Gatecrashed Party And 'Hit On' His Wife
Baldwin made the comments while picking up a career achievement award this week.
Alec Baldwin has called for a culture change within Hollywood amid the sexual misconduct scandals that have engulfed the film industry – while also admitting that he himself has “bullied” and behaved poorly towards women in the past.
The 59 year old Emmy winner, currently known for his impersonations of Donald Trump on ‘Saturday Night Live’, made the comments when he received a career-spanning honour from The Paley Center for Media on Thursday evening (November 2nd), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“I certainly have treated women in a very sexist way,” Baldwin said about his own behaviour, and referring to the allegations against numerous power figures that have rocked the film industry in the last month.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Calls For Hollywood Culture Change, Admitting He Has "Bullied" Women In The Past
The 2017 Emmy's Show What's Hot and What's Not
It was a successful day for Westworld and Saturday Night Live as both received 22 nominations each as they led the way at the 2017 Emmys. The popular NBC late-night sketch and comedy programme achieved more nods than it had ever previously done with the huge figure.
The two programmes could not be any more different in style or tone, but it will be the two programmes which lead the way upon the awards in September; Westworld has just finished its huge budget first series, whereas Saturday Night Live has now moved onto a whopping 231 nominations - breaking its own record for most nominations ever at the awards.
Continue reading: Westworld And Saturday Night Live Lead The Way At The 2017 Emmys
The actor has delivered another great performance as the 45th President of the United States.
For a few months now, Alec Baldwin has been taking President Donald Trump to task in comedy sketches for 'Saturday Night Live'. In a brand new skit for the show, Baldwin took on the role of the 45th President of the United States of America once more, singing 'Hallelujah' alongside Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Conway, Beck Bennett as Mike Pence, Alex Moffat as Eric Trump, Mikey Day as Donald Trump Jr., Aidy Bryant as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Cecily Strong as Melania Trump and Scarlett Johansson as Ivanka Trump. You can check out the hilarious results below:
The sing-song was an homage to a previous sketch, where cast member Kate McKinnon had taken on the role of defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, sitting at a piano and singing the Leonard Cohen song 'Hallelujah', just days after Cohen had passed away.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Takes On Trump Once More With SNL 'Hallelujah' Performance
There isn't a lot of subtlety in this madcap animated comedy, which is more aimed at nostalgic adults than young kids who will miss the rapid-fire movie references. But it's also silly and busy, and cute enough to make everyone in the audience sigh a few times. And it's anchored by a terrific vocal performance from Alec Baldwin that channels his infantile Donald Trump impersonation to hilarious effect.
The story is told through the eyes of a creative 7-year-old named Tim (Tobey Maguire as the film's narrator, Miles Bakshi as the character), who has enjoyed growing up as the only child of his playful, loving parents (Lisa Kudrow and Jimmy Kimmel). Then a little baby brother (Alec Baldwin) arrives, and Tim discovers that he can walk and talk, and also that he's the CEO of Baby Corp, sent on a secret mission to spy on Puppyco, where Tim's parents work. Apparently, puppies are becoming more popular than babies, and now the Puppyco boss (Steve Buscemi) is preparing to launch a breed of puppy that will forever steal the love of parents from their children. In a panic, Tim teams up with the Boss Baby to get rid of him for good.
It's clear to grown-ups in the audience that all of this is happening in Tim's wildly imaginative head, which kind of eliminates any tension in the crazed action mayhem that follows. Younger viewers may find the premise itself rather baffling, but will enjoy the hyperactive pacing and snappy dialogue. The only problem with this is that it means that the movie remains resolutely superficial, touching on big issues like sibling rivalry and corporate greed without ever dealing with them. And it presents a baby as an aggressive invader, which may be how it sometimes feels to an older sibling, even if we know better.
Continue reading: The Boss Baby Review
Anne is at a time in her life when her future is really starting to become important. While she's been married to her successful businessman husband Michael for many years, their passion has become somewhat stagnant as Michael neglects any thought of romance in their relationship. She accompanies him on a business trip to Europe, but instead of going to Budapest and then to Paris as they'd initially planned, Anne decides she would much rather go straight to the French capital from Cannes. In a gesture of goodwill, Michael's business partner Jacques offers to take her there in his car and she agrees. Though this direct route to Paris isn't quite as direct as Anne had hoped, and they end up stopping at some stunning sights along the way. Her eagerness to get to Paris soon fades when she starts to take in the glorious French countryside. She's in the best company of her life as Jacques wines and dines her, showing her with attention, and she is starting to realise that living her life intent on getting to where she is going is ruining the beauty of the journey.
Continue: Paris Can Wait Trailer
Alec Baldwin - Alec Baldwin and his pregnant wife Hilaria Baldwin seen arriving with their children at the ABC studios for Jimmy Kimmel Live! at Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 11th May 2016
Alec Baldwin, Hilaria Baldwin , Hilaria Thomas - Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin go shopping in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 27th April 2016
Genevieve Sabourin - Alec Baldwin's alleged stalker Genevieve Sabourin departs the Manhattan Supreme Court after rejecting a plea deal - New York , NY, United States - Monday 8th April 2013
Edie Falco and Alec Baldwin Monday 28th February 2011 Museum of The Moving Image Salute to Alec Baldwin at Cipriani 42nd Street New York City, USA
Date of birth
3rd April, 1958
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