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  1. Frank Langella - IMDb

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    Frank Langella was born in Bayonne, New Jersey, to Angelina and Frank A. Langella, a business executive. He is of Italian descent. A stage and screen actor of extreme versatility, Frank Langella won acclaim on the New York stage in "Seascape" and followed it up with the title role in the Edward Gorey production of "Dracula".

  2. Frank Langella - Wikipedia

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    Langella, an Italian American, was born January 1, 1938, in Bayonne, New Jersey, the son of Angelina and Frank A. Langella Sr. (d. 1991), a business executive who was president of the Bayonne Barrel and Drum Company. Langella attended Washington Elementary School and Bayonne High School in Bayonne.

  3. Frank Langella - Biography - IMDb

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    Frank Langella was born in Bayonne, New Jersey, to Angelina and Frank A. Langella, a business executive. He is of Italian descent. A stage and screen actor of extreme versatility, Frank Langella won acclaim on the New York stage in "Seascape" and followed it up with the title role in the Edward Gorey production of "Dracula".

  4. Frank Langella - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Birthplace: Bayonne, New Jersey, USA Frank Langella's status as one of the most highly regarded actors of the American stage was well-deserved, as his grand presence earned two Tony Awards by the...

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  5. Frank Langella List of Movies and TV Shows - TV Guide

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    Frank Langella in Sherlock Holmes. Stardom. Sweet November. Jason et le royaume perdu. Double Identité ...

  6. List of Frank Langella Movies & TV Shows: Best to Worst ...

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    Frank Langella made his acting debut at an early age, in 1963, in an off-Broadway production titled ‘The Immoralist.’ In a career that spanned over decades, he appeared in countless ‘Broadway’ productions such as ‘Seascape’ (1975) for which he won his first ‘Tony Award,’ ‘Dracula’ (1977), considered his best performance till date; ‘Sherlock Holmes’ (1981), ‘The Father ...

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    Frank Langella was born on January 1, 1938, in Bayonne, New Jersey to Angelina Langella and Frank A. Langella Sr. His father was a business executive and president of the Bayonne Barrel and Drum Company. Langella attended Washington Elementary School and Bayonne High School in Bayonne. Later, he moved to South Orange, New Jersey along with his family and graduated from Columbia High School. He then attended South Orange-Maplewood School District. Langella completed his bachelor degree in drama from Syracuse University in 1959. He studied acting at the Lincoln Center Repertory Company.

    Stage and Movie Frank Langella began his career as a theater actor, worked with theater companies in the East Coast and the Mid-West. In 1963, he made his debut in the New York theater arena playing a lead role in an Off-Broadway revival of The Immoralist. In 1970, Langella made his film debut in American comedy-drama film, Diary of a Mad Housewife as George Prager. The same year, he portrayed the lead character Ostap Bender in American comedy film, The Twelve Chairs, written and directed by Mel Brooks. Langella starred as Count Dracula in the 1977 stage play drama, Dracula, which earned him a lot of appreciation, and the play received more accolades than expected. In 1979, he portrayed the same role in British American-horror film, Dracula, but the film was not a commercial success. In 1993, Langella appeared as Bob Alexander in American political comedy film, Dave. He then played in the films Junior (1994), Lolita (1997), The Ninth Gate(1999) among others. In 1987, Langella portra...

    Frank Langella is also an author of two books. His first book, Frank Langella’s Cyrano: An Adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergeracwas published in 1999. In 2012, Langella published his second book Dropped Names: Famous Men and Women as I Knew Them, where he wrote about a good deal about his interactions with many famous people, mostly from the entertainment industry.

    Frank Langella has won and been nominated for several prestigious awards. Some of them are listed below. Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970) National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated for Golden Globe Award under Most Promising Newcomer in Male The Twelve Chairs (1970) National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actor Dracula (1979) Nominated for Saturn Award for Best Actor Good Night, and Good Luck (2005) Nominated for Screen Actors Guild Award under Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Starting Out in the Evening (2007) Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor Nominated for Chicago Film Critics Association Award under Best Actor Nominated for Independent Spirit Award for Best Lead Male Nominated for National Society of Film Critics Award under Best Actor Nominated for Online Film Critics Society Award under Best Actor Nominated for Satellite Award under Best Actor in Motion Picture Frost/Nixon (2008) African-American Film Crit...

    Frank Langella has an estimated net worth of $5 million which he garnered from his stage and filmography career. He made $150k-$300k from his appearances in films and TV series. Langella appeared in a number of movies, and some of the hit movies are given below with their box-office collection

    Frank Langella is possibly single at the moment but previously he was in a marital relationship with Ruth Weil, tied the knot on June 4, 1977. The duo exchanged vows at an intimate ceremony. The duo shares two children, a daughter,Sarah Langella and a son, Frank A. Langella III. The couple split in 1996. He then dated actress/comedian Whoopi Goldberg. The duo first met on the set of basketball comedy show, Eddie and eventually fell in love. They were together for 5 years before their official break up in March 2001. In 2012, Langella published a memoir, Dropped Names: Famous Men and Women As I Knew Them. He has nystagmus, a condition which causes a person's eyes to make repetitive, uncontrolled movements and he is left-handed. Below, we present the interview of Frank Langella

  7. Frank Langella: The bitchiest man in Hollywood | Daily Mail ...

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    Waspish memoirs: Frank Langella has hit out at the great and good of Hollywood Rita Hayworth was 20 years older than him, almost permanently drunk and suffering from the onset of Alzheimer’s...

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  8. Frank Langella - the Data Lounge

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    Ellen Barkin left her marriage to Gabriel Byrne for Frank Langella. Just sayin'. by Anonymous: reply 41: 10/11/2011: Never heard that one. I do believe Frank is a gay ...

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