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American actor, personality, entertainer, historian, and activist

Hal Holbrook is ...

Alive
Born 17 Feb 1925 in Cleveland
Age95 years, 4 months
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Hal Holbrook
Hal Holbrook
Publicity photograph of Hal Holbrook as the Stage Manager in the 1977 television specially-presented adaptation of Our Town. The TV adaptation aired on May 30, 1977, 9–11 PM ET.

About Hal Holbrook

Harold Rowe Holbrook Jr. (born February 17, 1925) is an American actor, television director and writer. He first received critical acclaim in 1954 for a one-man stage show he developed, Mark Twain Tonight!, while studying at Denison University, performing as Mark Twain. He won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play in 1966 for his portrayal of Twain. Throughout his career, he won five Primetime Emmy Awards.Holbrook made his film debut in Sidney Lumet's The Group (1966). He later gained international fame for his performance as Deep Throat in the 1976 film All the President's Men. He played Abraham Lincoln in the 1976 miniseries Lincoln and 1985 miniseries North and South. He has also appeared in such films as Julia (1977), The Fog (1980), Creepshow (1982), Wall Street (1987), The Firm (1993), Hercules (1997), and Men of Honor (2000).Holbrook's role as Ron Franz in Sean Penn's Into the Wild (2007) earned him both Academy Award and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor. Until Robert Duvall was nominated for an Academy Award in 2015, Holbrook was the oldest actor to receive a Best Supporting Actor nomination. In 2009, Holbrook received critical acclaim for his performance as recently retired farmer Abner Meecham in the independent film That Evening Sun.In his later career, Holbrook appeared as Francis Preston Blair in Steven Spielberg's Lincoln (2012), provided his voice as Mayday in the Disney animated film Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014) and as Whizzer in Blackway (2015).As a television actor, Holbrook is known for his recurring role in and directing four episodes of Designing Women as Reese Watson, opposite his wife, Dixie Carter. Later in his career, he has starred in minor roles in Sons of Anarchy, The Event, and Rectify. He has guest-starred in many critically acclaimed television series such as NCIS, The West Wing, The Sopranos, ER, Bones, Grey's Anatomy, and Hawaii Five-0.In 2003, Holbrook was honored with the National Humanities Medal by President George W. Bush.

He is also known as Harold Rowe Holbrook, Jr. and Harold Rowe "Hal" Holbrook, Jr..

Films

Hal Holbrook has worked on the following films:

Lincoln
2012 American film
2012
Creepshow
1982 film by George A. Romero
1982
Promised Land
2012 film by Gus Van Sant
2012
The Fog
1980 horror film
1980
Julia
1977 drama film
1977
Water for Elephants
2011 film by Francis Lawrence
2011
Magnum Force
1973 film by Ted Post
1973
Midway
1976 film by Jack Smight
1976
The Majestic
2001 film by Frank Darabont
2001
Capricorn One
1977 film by Peter Hyams
1977
The Star Chamber
1983 film by Peter Hyams
1983
Killshot
2008 film by John Madden
2008
Wild in the Streets
1968 film by Barry Shear
1968
Men of Honor
2000 film by Alex Lam
2000
Waking the Dead
2000 film by Keith Gordon
2000
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
1973 film by Hall Bartlett
1973
Blackway
2015 film by Daniel Alfredson
2015
The Bachelor
1999 romantic comedy film
1999
Shade
2003 neo-noir American crime drama film
2003
That Evening Sun
2009
Fletch Lives
1989 film by Michael Ritchie
1989
The Group
1966 film by Sidney Lumet
1966
The Great White Hope
1970 film by Martin Ritt
1970
Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery
Hush
1998 American thriller starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Johnathon Schaech, and Jessica Lange
1998
Girls Nite Out
1982
The Heavenly Kid
1985 American comedy film
1985
Savannah
2013 film by Annette Haywood-Carter
2013
They Only Kill Their Masters
1972 film by James Goldstone
1972
Judas Kiss
1998 film by Sebastian Gutierrez
1998
Rusty: A Dog's Tale
1998 film by Shuki Levy
1998
Pueblo
American televised dramatic production
1973
The Kidnapping of the President
1980 film by George Mendeluk
1980
Natural Enemies
1979 film by Jeff Kanew
1979
Carried Away
1996 film by Bruno Barreto
1996
Murder by Natural Causes
1979 film by Robert Day
1979
The Girl from Petrovka
1974 film by Robert Ellis Miller
1974
Rituals
1977 film by Peter Carter
1977
Mark Twain
documentary film on the life of Mark Twain
2001
The Florentine
1999 film by Nick Stagliano
1999
The Killing of Randy Webster
1981 film directed by Sam Wanamaker
1981
The People Next Door
1970 film by David Greene
1970
She Stood Alone: The Tailhook Scandal
1995 film by Larry Shaw
1995
Behind Enemy Lines
1985 British-American film
1985