Alan Alda, author of the New York Times bestseller autobiographies, and advocate for science communicationAlan Alda, author of the New York Times bestseller autobiographies, and advocate for science communication
 
Film, Stage, and Television Credits
Alan Alda's
Major Film Credits
Television Credits
Stage Credits

Bridge of Spies 2015
The Longest Ride 2015
Wanderlust 2012
Tower Heist 2011
Nothing But the Truth 2008
Flash of Genius 2008
Diminished Capacity 2008
Resurrecting the Champ 2007
The Aviator 2004
What Women Want 2000
The Object of My Affection 1998
Mad City 1997
Murder at 1600 1997
Everyone Says I Love You 1996
Flirting with Disaster 1996
Canadian Bacon 1995
Manhattan Murder Mystery 1993
Whispers in the Dark 1992
Betsy’s Wedding 1990 (also wrote and directed)
Crimes and Misdemeanors 1989
A New Life 1988 (also wrote and directed)
Sweet Liberty 1986 (also wrote and directed)
The Four Seasons 1981 (also wrote and directed)
The Seduction of Joe Tynan 1979 (also wrote)
California Suite 1978
Same Time Next Year 1978
To Kill a Clown 1972
The Mephisto Waltz 1971
The Moonshine War 1970
Jenny 1970
The Extraordinary Seaman 1969
Paper Lion 1968
Gone Are the Days 1963

HONORS

ACADEMY AWARDS
2005: Nomination - Best Supporting Actor, The Aviator

BAFTA
2005: Nomination Best Supporting Actor, The Aviator
1991: Nomination Best Supporting Actor, Crimes and Misdemeanors

SAG AWARDS
2005: Nomination Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, The Aviator

GOLDEN GLOBES
1982: AWARD Best Motion Picture Actor - Comedy/Musical, The Four Seasons
1982: Nomination Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, The Four Seasons
1979: AWARD Best Motion Picture Actor - Comedy/Musical, Same Time, Next Year
1969: Nomination Most Promising Newcomer - Male, Paper Lion

WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA
1982: Nomination Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen, The Four Seasons

NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW
1989: AWARD DW Griffith Award for Best Supporting Actor, Crimes and Misdemeanors

NEW YORK FILM CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD
1989 AWARD Best Supporting Actor, Crimes and Misdemeanors


Television Credits

Major Film Credits

Stage Credits
Horace and Pete- Webisode 2016
Broad City 2016
The Blacklist 2013-1014
The Big C 2011-2013
30 Rock 2009-2010
The West Wing 2004, 2005
Scientific American Frontiers 1993- 2005
ER 2000
M*A*S*H 1972 – 1983- also wrote and directed numerous episodes

Movies Made For Television
The Killing Yard 2001
Club Land 2001
Jake’s Women 1996
White Mile 1994
And The Band Played On 1993
M*A*S*H Final Episode – Goodbye, Farewell and Amen 1983
Kill Me If You Can 1976
6 Rms Riv Vu 1974
Free to Be . . . You & Me 1974
Isn’t It Shocking 1973
Playmates 1972
The Glass House 1972

Honors:
Television Hall of Fame - Inducted in 1994

EMMYs –

For Acting:

2015: Nomination - Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, The Blacklist
2012: AWARD International EMMY Special Founder's Award
2009: Nomination - Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2006: AWARD - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, The West Wing
2005: Nomination - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, West Wing
2001: Nomination - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie, Club Land
2000: Nomination - Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, ER
1994: Nomination - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Special, And the Band Played On
1983: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1982: AWARD - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1981: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1980: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1979: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1978: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1978: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama or Comedy Special, Kill Me If You Can
1977: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1976: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1975: Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1974: AWARD - Actor of the Year, M*A*S*H
1974: AWARD - Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1974: Nomination – Best Lead Actor in Drama, 6 Rms Riv Vu
1973: Nomination – Outstanding Continued Performance by Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H

For Writing:
1982: Nomination - Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1979: AWARD - Outstanding Writing in a Comedy or Comedy-Variety or Music Series, M*A*S*H
1978: Nomination - Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1977: Nomination - Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H

For Directing:
1983: Nomination - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1982: Nomination - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1981: Nomination - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1980: Nomination - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1979: Nomination - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy or Comedy-Variety or Music Series, M*A*S*H
1978: Nomination - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1977: AWARD - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1976: Nomination - Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H
1975: Nomination Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series, M*A*S*H

Golden Globes:
1995: Nomination Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TV, White Mile
1983 AWARD Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical, M*A*S*H
1982: Nomination Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical, M*A*S*H
1981: AWARD Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical, M*A*S*H
1980: AWARD Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H
1979: Nomination Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H
1978: Nomination - Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H
1977: Nomination -Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H
1976: AWARD - Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H
1975: AWARD - Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H
1974: Nomination - Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H
1973: Nomination - Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy, M*A*S*H

Directors Guild Of America:
1976: AWARD Outstanding Directorial Achievement for Television, “Dear Sigmund”, M*A*S*H
1981: AWARD Outstanding Directorial Achievement for Television, “The Life You Save”, M*A*S*H
1982: AWARD Outstanding Directorial Achievement for Television, “Where There’s a Will, There’s a War”, M*A*S*H

Writers Guild Of America:
2000: AWARD Valentine Davies Award
1976: Nomination Outstanding Writing Achievement for Television, “Dear Sigmund”, M*A*S*H

Humanitas Prize (for writing)
1980: “Dreams”, M*A*S*H

Peoples Choice Awards:
1975 Favorite Male Performer – M*A*S*H
1975 Favorite Male Television Performer
1979 Favorite Male Television Performer
1980 Favorite All Around Male Entertainer
1980 Favorite Male Television Performer
1981 Favorite Male Television Performer
1982 Favorite Male Television Performer


Stage Credits

Major Film Credits

Television Credits

Broadway:
"Love Letters" 2014
“Glengarry Glen Ross” 2005 (Tony nomination)
“The Play What I Wrote” 2003
“QED” 2001
“Art” 1998
“Jake’s Women” 1992 (Tony nomination)
“The Apple Tree” 1966 (Tony nomination)
“The Owl and the Pussycat” 1964
“Café Crown” 1964“Fair Game for Lovers” 1964 (Theater World Award)
“Purlie Victorious” 1961
“Only in America” 1959

Also:
“Limonade Tous les Jours” – Sag Harbor -- 2004
“QED” -- Los Angeles – 2001
“ART” -- Los Angeles - 1999
“Our Town” -- London – 1991

Plays Written by Alan Alda:
"Radiance" --Los Angeles - 2011
"Dear Albert" -- Performed in New York, Moscow, and Brisbane - first in 2005, last in 2015

Honors:
2005: Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble, Glengarry Glen Ross
2005: Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play, Glengarry Glen Ross
2005: Drama League Award nomination for Distinguished Performance, Glengarry Glen Ross
2005: Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Play, Glengarry Glen Ross
2005: Broadway.com Audience Award nomination for Favorite Leading Actor in a Broadway Play, Glengarry Glen Ross
1998: Outer Critics Circle Special Achievement Award ART
1992: Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Play, Jake's Women
1967: Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical, The Apple Tree
1964: Theatre World Award, Fair Game for Lovers




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