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American actor

Dustin Hoffman is ...

Alive
Born 8 Aug 1937 in Los Angeles
Age82 years, 11 months
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Dustin Hoffman
Dustin Hoffman
Publicity photo of Dustin Hoffman for Broadway play, Jimmy Shine.

About Dustin Hoffman

Dustin Lee Hoffman (born August 8, 1937) is an American actor and filmmaker. He is known for his versatile portrayals of antiheroes and emotionally vulnerable characters. Actor Robert De Niro described him as "an actor with the everyman's face who embodied the heartbreakingly human". At a young age Hoffman knew he wanted to study in the arts and entered into the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music and later he would decide to go into acting where he trained at the Pasadena Playhouse in Los Angeles. His first theatrical performance was 1961's A Cook for Mr. General as Ridzinski. During that time he appeared in several guest roles on television in shows like Naked City and The Defenders. He then starred in the 1966 Off-Broadway play Eh? where his performance garnered him both a Theatre World Award and Drama Desk Award.His breakthrough role was as Benjamin Braddock in the Mike Nichols' critically acclaimed and iconic film The Graduate (1967) where he received his first Academy Award nomination. His next role was "Ratzo" Rizzo in John Schlesinger's Midnight Cowboy (1969), where he acted alongside Jon Voight where they both received Oscar nominations, and the film went on to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. He gained success in the 1970's playing roles that shaped the craft of his acting abilities, crossing genres effortlessly in the western Little Big Man (1971), the prison drama Papillon (1973), playing controversial and groundbreaking comedian in Bob Fosse's Lenny (1975), Marathon Man alongside Laurence Olivier (1976), and as Carl Bernstein investigating the Watergate scandal in All the President's Men (1976). In 1979, Hoffman starred in the family drama Kramer vs. Kramer alongside Meryl Streep. They both received Academy Awards for their performances.After a three year break from films Hoffman returned in Sydney Pollack's showbusiness comedy Tootsie (1982) about a struggling actor who pretends to be a woman in order to get an acting role. He returned to stage acting with a 1984 performance as Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman and reprised the role a year later in a television film earning a Primetime Emmy Award. In 1987 he starred alongside Warren Beatty in Elaine May's comedy Ishtar He won his second Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of the autistic savant Ray Babbitt in the 1988 film Rain Man, co-starring Tom Cruise. In 1989, he was nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for playing Shylock in a stage performance of The Merchant of Venice. In the 1990s, he made appearances in such film as Warren Beatty's action comedy adaptation Dick Tracy (1990), Steven Spielberg's Hook (1991) as Captain Hook, medical disaster Outbreak (1995), legal crime drama Sleepers (1996) and the satirical black comedy Wag the Dog (1997) alongside Robert De Niro. In the 21st century, Hoffman has appeared in films such as Finding Neverland (2004), I Heart Huckabees (2004), Stranger than Fiction (2006), as well as the Meet the Fockers (2004) and Little Fockers (2010). Hoffman has done voice work for The Tale of Despereaux (2008) and the Kung Fu Panda film series (2008-2016). In 2012, he made his directorial debut with Quartet starring Maggie Smith and Tom Courtney which premeired at the Toronto International Film Festival. In 2017, Hoffman starred in Noah Baumbach's critically acclaimed family drama The Meyerowitz Stories. He is the recipient of numerous accolades including two Academy Awards, six Golden Globe Awards (including the Cecil B. DeMille Award), four British Academy Film Awards, three Drama Desk Awards, and two Emmy Awards. Hoffman received the AFI Life Achievement Award in 1999 and the Kennedy Center Honors Award in 2012.

He is also known as Dustin Lee Hoffman.

Films

Dustin Hoffman has worked on the following films:

Ishtar
1987 film by Elaine May
1987
The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc
1999 film by Luc Besson
1999
Being John Malkovich
1999 film by Spike Jonze
1999
Chef
2014 American comedy film
2014
The Holiday
2006 American Christmas-themed romantic comedy film
2006
Midnight Cowboy
1969 film by John Schlesinger
1969
Rain Man
1988 American comedy-drama film
1988
Finding Neverland
2004 film by Marc Forster
2004
Tootsie
1982 film by Sydney Pollack
1982
The Meyerowitz Stories
2017 film by Noah Baumbach
2017
All the President's Men
1976 film by Alan J. Pakula
1976
Little Big Man
1970 film by Arthur Penn
1970
Straw Dogs
1971 film by Sam Peckinpah
1971
I Heart Huckabees
2004 film by David O. Russell
2004
Marathon Man
1976 film by John Schlesinger
1976
Kramer vs. Kramer
1979 film by Robert Benton
1979
Papillon
1973 biographical drama film
1973
Death of a Salesman
1985 American TV drama film by Volker Schlöndorff
1985
Outbreak
1995 American medical disaster film
1995
Little Fockers
2010 film by Paul Weitz
2010
The Cobbler
2014 American comedy-drama film
2014
Wag the Dog
1997 film by Barry Levinson
1997
Stranger than Fiction
2006 film by Marc Forster
2006
Meet the Fockers
2004 film by Jay Roach
2004
Last Chance Harvey
2008 film by Joel Hopkins
2008
Sleepers
1996 film by Barry Levinson
1996
Sphere
1998 film by Barry Levinson
1998
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
2007 film by Zach Helm
2007
Terror in the Aisles
1984 film by Andrew J. Kuehn
1984
Barney's Version
2010 Canadian film by Richard J. Lewis
2010
Hero
1992 film directed by Stephen Frears
1992
The Program
2014 film by Stephen Frears
2014
Runaway Jury
2003 film by Gary Fleder
2003
Family Business
1989 film by Sidney Lumet
1989
Boychoir
2014 film by François Girard
2014
Secrets of the Furious Five
2009 film by Raman Hui
2009
Moonlight Mile
2002 American romantic drama film
2002
The Lost City
2005 film by Andy García
2005
Agatha
drama thriller film directed by Michael Apted
1979
American Buffalo
1996 film by Michael Corrente
1996
Confidence
2003 film by James Foley
2003
Mad City
1997 film by Costa-Gavras
1997
Billy Bathgate
1991 film by Robert Benton
1991
Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt
1989 film by Jeffrey Friedman, Rob Epstein
1989
Lenny
1974 film by Bob Fosse
1974
Straight Time
1978 film by Ulu Grosbard
1978
Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?
1971 film by Ulu Grosbard
1971
John and Mary
1969 film by Peter Yates
1969
The Tiger Makes Out
1967 film by Arthur Hiller
1967
Madigan's Millions
1968 film by Stanley Prager
1968
Alfredo, Alfredo
1972 film by Pietro Germi
1972
Into the Labyrinth
film
2019
Barbra: The Concert
1994 live recording of a Barbra Streisand Concert
1994