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Austin Pendleton

Among his early motion pictures are Catch-22, What's Up, Doc? with Barbra Streisand, The Front Page, The Muppet Movie, Starting Over, Simon, First Family, Short Circuit and Hello, Again.

His credits during the '90s include Mr. & Mrs. Bridge, The Ballad Of The Sad Cafe, My Cousin Vinny, Rough Stuff, My Boyfriend's Back, Searching for Bobby Fischer, Guarding Tess, Home For The Holidays, Too Much, Sgt. Bilko, Two Days In The Valley and Charlie Hoebocken.

Pendleton was in the original New York casts of the hit plays Oh Dad, Poor Dad and Fiddler On The Roof and acted in the revival of The Little Foxes. He won the Obie, New York Drama Critics, the Outer Circle Critics and the Variety Poll of Critics awards for The Last Sweet Days Of Isaac in 1970. In 1989 he played the title roles in the off-Broadway presentations of Hamlet and Richard III.

He is also a noted director whose credits include the television film Candida, and the Broadway revival of The Little Foxes, which won five Tony nominations, including one for himself.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.

Austin Pendleton Facts

BirthdayMarch 27, 1940 (82)
BirthplaceWarren, Ohio, USA

Selected Filmography

Not available.