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Richard Dreyfuss – American actor of theater, cinema and television, the owner of “Oscar” for best actor in a comedy melodrama Herbert Ross’ “Goodbye, my dear”, winner of the “Golden Globe” and a BAFTA. Also nominated for the “Oscar” for his role in the musical drama of Stephen Herek “Opus Mr. Holland.” Widely known Dreyfuss was due to the teen comedy of George Lucas’ “American Graffiti,” Steven Spielberg’s thriller “Jaws” and the sci-fi movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.”
Biography
Richard Dreyfuss born 29 October 1947 in the most densely populated borough of New York – Brooklyn. His father Norman was a lawyer and restaurateur, and Geraldine’s mother proved to be an activist of the movement of pacifists. Richard’s childhood passed in Queens, popular among the middle class Baysayd area. Dreyfuss Sr. never liked New York, which was the reason for the repeated change of place of residence. First, the whole family moved to Europe, but then returned to the United States, and when the boy was nine years old, settled in Los Angeles. Here, Richard went to high Beverly Hills High School school.
Just at that time, Dreyfuss began to take the first steps in the acting field. He took an active part in the activities of the Jewish Center of Beverly Hills, and the age of fifteen he made his debut on television. Throughout the year, Richard studied at the University of California, Northridge, but after the first year, succumbing to a sense of civic duty, entered the alternative service. He became a clerk in a hospital in Los Angeles during the Vietnam War, worked for two years. In this period, a few small acting work of Richard, including a role in the comedy series “Gidzhet” soap opera “Peyton Place,” the sitcom “That girl,” sitcom “Bewitched” and multiserial western “The Big Valley”.
In 1972, Dreyfuss appeared on stage in a production of the play by William Saroyan’s “Time of Your Life.” With him on the show worked Henry Fonda, Gloria Graham, Ron Thompson, Strother Martin and Jane Alexander. In 1967, Richard played a passage of the character in the comedy melodrama Mike Nichols’ “The Graduate” with Dustin Hoffman in the title role. Dreyfuss scenario has got only one phrase in which he proposed to call the police. Little more replicas happened to utter his hero in the drama of Mark Robson’s “Valley of the Dolls.” In 1973, Richard appeared in Tiny Nelson gangster film of John Milius’ Dillinger ‘followed was invited to a major role in the low-budget teen comedy of George Lucas’ “American Graffiti”, where it collaborated with such rising values, Ron Howard and Harrison Ford. Warm critical acclaim earned in the game Dreyfuss comedy drama Ted Kotcheffa “Discipleship Duddy Kravitz.”
In 1975, Richard took part in the work on the cult blockbuster Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws”. After a couple of years he has continued to cooperate with a famous director in the sci-fi project “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” A year later, Dreyfuss won the award “Oscar” for best actor in a melodrama Herbert Ross’ “Goodbye, my dear.” At the same time the actor has established a record, being the youngest winner in history at the time of the triumph he was thirty years old. The achievement was beaten only in 2003, when the prize was awarded to the young Adrien Brody. During his long artistic career Dreyfuss performed about seventy roles, and he still continues to actively removed.

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