Broadway and film actor Frank Langella has earned three Tony
Awards, one of which was for his performance as Richard Nixon in
the acclaimed production of Frost/Nixon (Donmar Warehouse,
West End, and Broadway). He was also the recipient of an Olivier
Award nomination and an Oscar nomination for the same role in the
film adaptation. His additional Tonys were for roles in
Seascape and Fortune’s Fool, and he earned three
more Tony nominations for Man and Boy, Dracula, and
Match. His more than four decades on Broadway and close to
two dozen productions include The Father, Present Laughter, A
Man for All Seasons, and Amadeus.
In 2013/2014 Langella will star in six films, including Grace of Monaco, opposite Nicole Kidman; Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight, opposite Christopher Plummer, directed by Stephen Frears; and Draft Day, opposite Kevin Costner. Among his 65 films, recent screen credits include the critically acclaimed Robot and Frank, Starting Out in the Evening, Good Night and Good Luck, Dave, and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.