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American actor Frank Langella (correctly pronounce Langella), born January 1, 1938 in Bayonne, New Jersey, in an Italian-American family. Parents who are big fans of the opera, the child developed a love for classical music. Frequent visits to theaters could also call it the admiration of the stage action. Therefore, in the school, he became involved in theatrical productions.
In 1955, the Frank family in full strength moved to live in the municipality of South Orange. Here, young man, have already decided on his vocation, he graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and joined a local theater group. A step forward in the career of the actor was his entry into the repertory company at Lincoln Center, where he not only worked actively, but also continued to hone skills under the direction of Elia Kazan.
Thus, Langella was originally thought to be his main place of work of theater. On Broadway, since the debut in 1963 in “The Libertine,” the play, he has played many roles of the various plans, to win the love of the public and won a number of prestigious awards in the field of drama. It featured a stunning charisma and powerful versatile talent that allows to embody on stage opposite characters – from Cyrano de Bergerac and Sherlock Holmes to Antonio Salieri, and Count Dracula.
Stage actor has not changed, and then, however, its ability to subtle facial expressions and complete reincarnation could not go unnoticed in the medium of film directors. In 1970, he received offers to star in two feature films. Frank Perry shot him in the “Diary of a Mad Housewife” as swaggering and cowardly egocentric. And Mel Brooks gave Frank the role of Ostap Bender in the Hollywood adaptation of “The Twelve Chairs”.
Rise Langella’s career lasted probably until the end of the 1990s. This period was marked by at least a simple roles in the film “Dave” (1993) and “Doomsday Weapons” (1994), which received rave reviews from critics. He noted on television, played by Leonardo da Vinci in the biographical series “I, Leonardo” (1983) and the same Sherlock Holmes in his teleekranizatsii Broadway (1990), as well as a number of other interesting roles.
However, the 2000s were an actor quite fruitful. Of course, the years take their toll, the shooting became less frequent, and the role – not as ambitious. But now Frank can be seen in the credits rather serious films. We hope he is able to please their fans interested in age-related work.