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Hal Holbrook tickets at National Theatre - DC,Washington,DC on 4/4 8:00PM
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Hal Holbrook tickets at Capitol Center For The Arts - NH,Concord,NH on 4/11 8:00PM
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Hal Holbrook is a showbiz name of one of the prominent American actors, whose actual name is Harold Rowe Holbrook Jr. He was born on born February 17, 1925 in the town of Cleveland.
Some of his prominent character displays are Abraham Lincoln in the 1976 TV series Lincoln, Hays Stowe on The Bold Ones and many others. His role in a film titled Into the Wild was highly praised by audience as well as critics and he was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and an Academy Award.
Holbrook had passed the earlier days of his life in South Weymouth, and he had been graduated from the Culver Academies and Denison University. There his talent was really hunt, during an honors project about Mark Twain.
He was asked to do one-man show and a many of the performances named as Mark Twain Tonight. He had won a Tony and a Drama Desk Award for it. Holbrook had also served in the US Army in World War II.
It was during the same time; Ed Sullivan had got a chance to see his performance and decided to introduce him on a national level in the year of 1956. Holbrook had also remained a member of the Valley Players for almost two decades.
He was hired by the government to go on a European tour, with a purpose of reaching the audience in the eastern and in other way socialist side of Europe at the time.
Holbrooks trademark show Mark Twain Tonight was shown on television by CBS and Xerox, and Holbrook had got a chance to receive an Emmy Award for it. Holbrook's Mark Twain was first played on Broadway in 1966, and again in 1977 and 2005.
Mark Twain Tonight has been a very popular show all across the United States, and it is a commercial success till the year of 2005. Holbrook had also been co-starred with Martin Sheen in one of the controversial but critically praised television movie That Certain Summer, presented in the year of 1972.
The film was recognized as a rule breaking for presenting homosexuality with a normal life details and without any bias. Holbrook had got a further rise in his status by presenting the role of Abraham Lincoln in a series of television specials based on Carl Sandburg's biography.
He had been a part of many of the popular films and TV programs. He had won an Emmy for Lead Actor in a Dramatic Series in the 1970 TV series, The Bold Ones: The Senator. Holbrooks latest performances include his appearance as a featured guest star in a 2006 episode of the HBO series The Sopranos.
He had been a part of Sean Penn's critically acclaimed film Into the Wild, where he had got an Oscar nomination for Best Performance in a Supporting Role category.
He has also received the honor of being the oldest nominee in Academy Award history, at the age of 82.