Alec Baldwin, also known as Alexander Ray Baldwin III, is an American actor, film producer, writer, comedian, and politician. Alexander gained recognition when he first appeared on the sixth and seventh seasons of the CBS soap opera Knots Landing. At the beginning of his career, Alexander played leading and supporting roles. He has played many different characters in various movies. Some of the notable names are Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice” in 1988, Mike Nichols’s “Working Girl” and Oliver Stone’s Talk Radio in 1988, and Jonathan Demme’s “Married to the Mob” in 1988.
Alexander began to gain a following after his appearance on The Hunt for Red October, which aired in 1990 and was credited as Jack Ryan. And his character in Glengarry Glen Ross, which aired in 1992, is also quite famous. He has also worked with many famous and famous directors such as Woody Allen in Alice in the Air 1990), To Rome with Love in the Air 2012 and Blue Jasmine in the Air 2013. He also worked with Martin Scorsese in The Aviator which aired in 2004 and Alexander in 2006 acted in The Departed.
In 2003, Alexander was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. She brilliantly starred in the drama “Cooler”. She has also been seen in SpongeBob SquarePants (2004), Dreamkeepers (2012), Madagascar: Africa Escape 2 (2008), and The Boss Baby (2017).