Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin is an American actor and movie producer known for his comedic and dramatic roles in television and film. He was three Emmy awards, three Golden Globe Awards, eight Screen Actors Guild Awards, and several other nominations. He has worked with iconic film directors such as Martin Scorsese, Tim Burton, and Woody Allen. The 64-year-old actor has starred in voice animation, and Broadway staged productions. Baldwin has seven children and has been married twice. He married his current wife, Hilaria Baldwin, in 2012, and the couple shares six children with one more on the way. He is the oldest of the four Baldwin brothers.

Baldwin has appeared in many leading and supporting roles throughout his career, gaining major recognition in 1998 as the main character in Tim Burton's "Beetlejuice." His other movie appearances include "Married to the Mob," Jack Ryan in "The Hunt for Red October," Woody Allen's "Alice," and Scorsese's "The Aviator" in 2004. His voice acting includes "The Spongebob SquarePants Movie" in 2004, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" in 2008, and the entire "Boss Baby" film series.

He also has a career in television and is known for shows such as the sitcom "30 Rock" as one of his most critically acclaimed roles, where he starred with Tina Frey as Jack Donaghy from 2006 to 2013. Baldwin earned two Primetime Emmy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and seven Screen Actors Guild Awards. He has the most awards out of any male in the history of SAG awards.

One of the most infamous moments of Baldwin's career took place on the set of the western film "Rust." In October 2021, Baldwin allegedly discharged a firearm prop while filming a scene for "Rust" on a ranch in New Mexico, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring the film's director Joel Souza. Hutchin's windowed husband filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Baldwin and the movie's other producers.