Actor and Director Adam Arkin's career spans motion pictures, television and theatre. Most recently, Adam was seen starring in the NBC series Life alongside Damian Lewis. Currently he is working on the show Sons of Anarchy. Probably best known for his starring role on Chicago Hope, Adam starred for six seasons and was nominated for an Emmy Award for his role as Dr. Aaron Shutt. Adam also received Emmy nominations for his roles on Northern Exposure and Frasier. Arkin's other notable television credits also include Monk, The West Wing, Boston Legal, Picket Fences, and TNT's A Slight Case of Murder in which he co-starred with William H. Macy. As a Director, Adam's credits include episodes of The Closer, Grey's Anatomy, Boston Legal, The Riches, and the telefilm My Louisiana Sky which won him a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special.
On the stage, Adam received a Tony Award Nomination for his work in the play, I Hate Hamlet, and played the role of Nathan Detroit in the Broadway production of Guys and Dolls. Other stage credits include roles in Brooklyn Boy (Drama Desk Nomination), An American Daughter with Meryl Streep, and Four Dogs and Bone.
Arkin's theatrical motion picture credits include the upcoming Coen Brothers' feature A Serious Man, Hitch, Halloween VII, Wrestling Ernest Hemingway, Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing and Hanging Up.
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|Birthday||August 19, 1957 (61)|
|Birthplace||New York, New York, USA|