Birth Name: Frank Langella
Birth Place: Bayonne, New Jersey, USA
Born Nov. 1, 1938, Frank Langella was raised in Bayonne, NJ. From a childhood love of listening to opera and taking the stage in school plays, Langella went on to study drama at Syracuse University. After several years of performing in regional repertory and summer stock, he joined the Lincoln Center Repertory Company as one of its original members, studying under Elia Kazan. He made his New York City stage debut in "The Immoralist" in 1963 and spent much of the remainder of the decade onstage, building his reputation with OBIE-winning turns in "The Old Glory" (1964), "Good Day" (1965) and "The White Devil" (1965). He also appeared frequently at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and the Berk...
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