Alan Feinstein

Alan Feinstein


Alan Feinstein was born on Sep 08, 1941 in USA. Alan Feinstein's big-screen debut came with The Sex Perils of Paulette directed by Doris Wishman in 1965, strarring . Alan Feinstein is known for Second Serve directed by Anthony Page, Vanessa Redgrave stars as Richard Radley and Martin Balsam as Dr. Beck. The upcoming new movie Alan Feinstein plays is Though None Go with Me which will be released on Apr 08, 2006.

Alan Feinstein has appeared in over 100 television productions, co-starring on "Nip Tuck," "Crossing Jordan," and "N.Y.P.D. Blue." Series leads in "The Runaways," "Jigsaw John," "Berrengers," Second Family Tree," and more than 800 episodes of daytime drama. He co-starred opposite Peter Strauss and Peter O'Toole in "Masada," Lindsay Wagner in "The Two Worlds of Jenny Logan," Vanessa Redgrave in "Second Serve," as well as opposite Diane Keaton in the feature film "Looking For Mr. Goodbar."Winner of the New York Drama Desk Award for his portrayal of "Marco" in Arthur Miller's 'A View From the Bridge'.3 Los Angeles Drama-logue awards for his performances in 'Cold Storage', 'Dancing in the End Zone', and as "Jamie" in 'Long Days Journey Into Night'.Alan's roles on Broadway include his debut in Edward Albee's 'Malcolm,' and was picked by Tennessee Williams for the role of "Stanley Kowalski" in the 25th anniversary Broadway revival of 'A Streecar Named Desire'. He starred on stage at the Guthrie Theatre in 'The Price' after having auditioned for playwright Arthur Miller.He also starred in productions of Herb Gardner's 'Conversations With My Father' at Philidelphia's Walnut Street Theatre and the Pioneer Theatre Company of Salt Lake City.Other performances include productions at The Old Globe, The Long Wharf Theatre, The Williamstown Summer Festival, The Alley Theatre, The Philidelphia Theatre Company, and was a member of New York's famed Circle Repertory Company.Los Angeles stage appearances include 'Talley's Folly' at the Grove Theatre Center, David Mamet's 'Lakeboat', directed by Joe Montegna at the Tiffany Theatre, Tina Howe's 'One Shoe Off', the world premiere of 'The Sisters' at the historic Pasadena Playhouse, and 'Ghetto' at the Mark Taper Forum.

  • Birthday

    Sep 08, 1941
  • Place of Birth

    New York City, New York, USA
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