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Background: "I like audiences believing I am the character I am, and if they hear too much about how I play it or too much about my personal life, I'm not that character, I'm the guy they saw on ‘The Letterman Show’ telling that anecdote." Frank Langella Versatile actor Frank Langella has won three Tony Awards, two for Best Featured Actor in a Play for Edward Albee's “Seascape” (1975) and Ivan Turgenev's “Fortune's Fool” (2002), and one for Best Leading Actor in a Play for his performance as former President Richard Nixon in Peter Morgan's “Frost/Nixon” (2007).
He later starred in such films as "Masters of the Universe" (1987), "Body of Evidence" (1993), "Dave" (1993), "Eddie" (1996), "Lolita" (1997), "I'm Losing You" (1998), "Sweet November" (2001), "House of D" (2004), "Good Night, and Good Luck." (2005), "Superman Returns" (2006), and "Starting Out in the Evening" (2007).Entering the '70s, Langella appeared on a PBS program titled "Actor's Choice" in the episode "Nevermore" with Carrie Nye.He also made a film debut in director Frank Perry's critically-acclaimed adaptation of the 1967 novel by Sue Kaufman, "Diary of a Mad Housewife" (1970), for which Langella was nominated for a Golden Globe award for Most Promising Newcomer - Male and won the National Board of Review's Best Supporting Actor Award for his brilliant turn as George Prager.He followed it up with a co-starring role in Mel Brooks' big screen version of a classic satirical novel by the Soviet authors Ilf and Petrov, "The Twelve Chairs" (1970), which won him another National Board of Review's Best Supporting Actor Award.Langella will recreate the role of Nixon in the upcoming film adaptation directed by Ron Howard, "Frost/Nixon," and will co-star with James Marsden and Cameron Diaz in thriller film called "The Box." He is also set to team up with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst in the upcoming drama "All Good Things." On a more personal note, the 6' 4" Italian-American thespian was married to Ruth Weil and has two children.He lived with actress/comedienne Whoopi Goldberg from 1995 until early 2000. was born on January 1, 1940, in Bayonne, New Jersey.
Italian-American The son of business executive Frank A. The Italian-American attended Washington Elementary School and Bayonne High School in Bayonne before graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama from Syracuse University in 1959, where he studied with Larry Hankin and Carl Gottlieb.
He married Ruth Weil (born in 1941) on June 14, 1977, and has two children with her.
They divorced in October 1995 and Langella lived with actress/comedienne Whoopi Goldberg (born on November 13, 1955) until early 2000.
Starting Out in the Evening Touring Europe with a folk-singing group during the late '50s, Frank Langella made his New York stage debut in 1963 in a production of "The Immoralist." Two years later, he scored his first big break when he won an Obie Award for Best Performance in 1965 for his work in the play "The Old Glory," alongside Roscoe Lee Browne and Lester Rawlins).
He also won another Obie Award, this time for Distinguished Performance, for his turn in the staging of "Good Day and The White Devil." During the rest of the '60s, Langella acted in John Whiting's play based on the 1952 book "The Devils of Loudon," by Aldous Huxley, "The Devils," at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum, and portrayed the title role of "Dracula" on-stage for the first time in 1967.
He also portrayed a young Will Shakespeare in the stage drama "A Cry of Players" in 1968, which won him a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance, and made his stage directing debut with "John and Abigail" in 1969.