Frank Langella Net Worth


Frank Langella Net Worth $6 Million. Frank Langella is an American stage and film actor. He has been the recipient of three Tony Awards, two for Best Leading Actor in a Play for his performance as Richard Nixon in the play Frost/Nixon and for the role of Leslie in Edward Albee’s Seascape. Langella also won two Obie Awards and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in the film production of Frost/Nixon (2008).

Frank Langella Net Worth
Frank Langella Net Worth

Frank Langella Net Worth

Net Worth: $6 Million
Date of Birth: Jan 1, 1938 (84 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America

Frank Langella Biography

Frank Langella was born January 1, 1938 in Bayonne, New Jersey. Langella pursued acting from an early age. After college he moved to New York City and joined the Lincoln Center Repertory Company where he studied his craft with the likes of Elia Kazan. In 1963, he made his off-Broadway stage debut in The Immoralist. He played a variety of Broadway roles, but playing Richard Nixon in Frost/Nixon was the turning point in his career. Other Broadway productions Langella appeared in between the late ’60s and late ’70s included A Cry of Players, which earned him the 1969 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance; Seascape. He is a member of the rarefied, informal actors to have played both Count Dracula and Sherlock Holmes, the former in the 70s version Dracula and the latter in Sherlock’s Last Case, in which he produced and also starred as Sherlock Holmes. On the big screen, he has appeared in the film adaptation of Dracula in 1979 as well as appearing in Those Lips, Those Eyes (1980), Masters of the Universe (1987) in which he gave supervillain Skeletor a very real Shakespearean gravitas, Superman Returns and many others. In 2002, Langella was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame. He continues to act in films and on the stage into his late 70s, and will hopefully continue into his 80s as well and for many years to come.

Frank Langella Dracula

For his performance in Edward Albee’s Seascape in 1975 Frank won his first Tony Award and was nominated again for what may have been the performance for which he was best known in the early part of his career: the title role of the 1977 Broadway production of Dracula. Dracula is a stage play written by Hamilton Deane in 1924, then revised by John L. Balderston in 1927. It was the first authorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula.

Frank Langella Movies

  • 1963–1964 – The Immoralist as Michael
  • 1964 – The Old Glory as Don Benito Cereno
  • 1965 -Good Day as The Young Men
  • 1965–1966 – The White Devil as Flamineo
  • 1966–1967 – Yerma
  • 1968–1969 – A Cry of Players as Will
  • 1975 – Seascape as Leslie
  • 1976 – The Prince of Homburg as Prince Friedrich Arthur of Homburg
  • 1977–1978 – Dracula as Count Dracula
  • 1982 – Amadeus as Antonio Salieri
  • 1983 – Passion as Jim
  • 1984 – Design for Living as Otto
  • 1984 – After the Fall as Quentin
  • 1985 – Hurlyburly as Eddie
  • 1987 – Sherlock’s Last Case as Sherlock Holmes
  • 1989 – The Tempest as Prospero
  • 1994 – Booth as Junius
  • 1996 – The Father (Strindberg) as The Cavalry Captain
  • 1996–1997 – Present Laughter as Garry Essendine
  • 1997–1998 – Cyrano De Bergerac as Cyrano de Bergerac
  • 2000 – A Christmas Carol as Ebenezer Scrooge
  • 2002 – Fortune’s Fool as Flegont Alexandrovitch Tropatcho
  • 2004 – Match as Tobi
  • 2008 – A Man for All Seasons as Sir Thomas More
  • 2011 – Man and Boy as Gregor Antonescu
  • 2013–2014 – King Lear as Lear
  • 2016 – The Father (Zeller) as André

Frank Langella TV Shows

  • 2018–present – Kidding as Sebastian Piccirillo
  • 2015–2017 – The Americans as Gabriel
  • 2005–2006 – Kitchen Confidential as Pino
  • 2018 – American Dad! as Commodore Francis Stoat
  • 2016 – All the Way as Richard Russell Jr.
  • 2013 – Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight as Warren Burger
  • 2006 – 10.5: Apocalypse as Dr. Earl Hill
  • 2005 – Now You See It… as Max
  • 2003 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Al Baker
  • 2001 – The Beast as Jackson Burns
  • 2000 – Jason and the Argonauts as King Aeëtes
  • 1996 – The Greatest Pharaohs as Narrator
  • 1995 – Moses as Merneptah
  • 1994 – Doomsday Gun as Gerald Bull
  • 1993 – Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Minister Jaro Essa
  • 1988 – CBS Summer Playhouse as Dr. Paradise
  • 1981 – Sherlock Holmes as Sherlock Holmes
  • 1976 – Swiss Family Robinson aJean Lafitte
  • 1974 – The Mark of Zorro as Don Diego de la Vega / Zorro
  • 1973 – Marcus Welby, M.D. as Carey Robins
  • 1967 – NBC Experiment in Television as The Young Man
  • 1965 – The Trials of O’Brien as Michael Romani

Frank Langella Death

Frank is still alive. He still appears in a Television series known as Kidding.  The series was created by Dave Holstein. It premiered on September 9, 2018, on Showtime. Frank stars the series stars alongside Jim Carrey, Frank Langella, Judy Greer, Cole Allen, Juliet Morris, and Catherine Keener. It marks the second collaboration between director and executive producer Michel Gondry and Carrey, who previously worked together on the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. It was announced on October 10, 2018 that Showtime had renewed the series for a second season.


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