Alexander Rae Baldwin III, also known as Alec Baldwin, is an American actor, comedian and producer. He was born on April 3, 1958, in an Irish-American Catholic family in Massapequa, New York. Let us find out some interesting facts about Alec Baldwin
1. The 30 Rock star acted as a server at Studio 54 in New York City in 1979.
2. While planning for his part in the film “The Hunt for Red October” in 1990 Alec Baldwin really learned how to control a submarine.
3. When Alec Baldwin was younger, he wanted to be a politician. He went to George Washington University in Washington, D.C. for three years and dove into the world of politics during his time there. He interned for New York Representative Jerome Ambro yet didn’t feel like he fit in with alternate assistants. He called them, “mythical alcoholics-in-training.”
4. In 2003 he turned into the third actor to be named both for the Best Supporting Actor award at the Oscars and Worst Supporting Actor award at the Razzies.
5. The actor is notable for doing voice-over work for a variety of companies including General Electric and Subaru.
6. Along with actor Christopher Walken, Alec Baldwin has been given a standing welcome each year to have Saturday Night Live as per his work routine.
7. Baldwin is a gigantic classic music fan. He initially found established music while driving in LA in the ’80s. Much later on in life The New York Philharmonic requested that Baldwin to host their radio broadcasts. He composed on his site that “it’s my favorite job that I’ve ever had.”
8. After dealing with bad press from various tabloids, the actor actually wrote an episode of the television show “Law & Order” based on his experiences.
9. Although, his debut film was not appreciated, in 1988, a horror comedy called Beetlejuice, proved to be his 1st box-office hit.
10. On June 9, 2005, he appeared in a show version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein melodic South Pacific at Carnegie Hall. He featured as Luther Billis, close by Reba McEntire as Nellie and Brian Stokes Mitchell as Emile