Gustavo Alfredo Santaolalla is an Argentine musician, film composer and producer. He has won two Academy Awards for Best Original Score in two years, for Brokeback Mountain in 2005, and Babel in 2006. Most recently, he composed the score for the video game The Last of Us. Santaolalla was born in El Palomar and grew up during the military junta and his professional music career began in 1967, when he co-founded the group Arco Iris, an Argentine band that pioneered the fusion of rock and Latin American folk as part of rock nacional. The band adopted the lifestyle of a yogic commune guided by former model Danais Winnycka and her partner and he left the group in 1975. A year later, he assembled Soluna, in which he played alongside teenage pianist and singer Alejandro Lerner, together they recorded just one album. Santaolalla left for Los Angeles, where he adopted a rock and roll sound and made the rounds with his band Wet Picnic and he briefly returned to Argentina in 1981, to produce Leon Giecos Pensar en Nada and record his first solo album.
As a solo artist, he has recorded three albums and his first self-titled album, broke new ground by incorporating the eighties sound into rock in Argentina for the first time. He was joined by Lerner and the Willy Iturry-Alfredo Toth rhythm section and his second album, titled Gas, was released in 1995. Santaolalla transferred his efforts to film soundtracks in the late 1990s, producing albums for the films Amores Perros,21 Grams, Santaolalla received the 2006 Academy Award for Original Music Score for Brokeback Mountain. In 2007, he received his second Academy Award for the score to Babel, beating out such composers as Thomas Newman, Alexandre Desplat. Gustavo dedicated the award to his father and to his country Argentina and he has been part of the resurgent neo-tango movement, as prime mover behind the Bajofondo Tango Club collective. He is mentioned as the co-producer of Calle 13s song Tango del Pecado, in 2005 he received the Platinum Konex Award as best Argentine artistic producer of the 1995-2005 decade.
In 2008, Santaolalla composed the soundtrack for the Louis Vuitton film Where will life take you, directed by Bruno Aveillan, as part of the Journeys Campaign. In 2008, Santaolalla recorded two songs on All You Need Is Me, a single by British singer Morrissey, the tracks, Children In Pieces and My Dearest Love were recorded in Los Angeles with producer Jerry Finn. He directed music for Aamir Khans latest movie Dhobi Ghat, which was released on January 21,2011, Santaolalla has collaborated with Argentine Composer Osvaldo Golijov on several projects commissioned by soprano Dawn Upshaw. Among his more recent projects are the score for the 2012 film On the Road, produced by Francis Ford Coppola and he composed the score for the 2013 survival adventure video game The Last of Us – Santaolallas first experience in the video game industry. In December 2016, it was announced that Santaolalla was composing the music for the games sequel, in 2015, Santaolalla was inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame
Minneapolis is the county seat of Hennepin County, and the larger of the Twin Cities, the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the United States. As of 2015, Minneapolis is the largest city in the state of Minnesota and Saint Paul anchor the second-largest economic center in the Midwest, after Chicago. Minneapolis lies on both banks of the Mississippi River, just north of the confluence with the Minnesota River, and adjoins Saint Paul. It was once the worlds flour milling capital and a hub for timber, the city and surrounding region is the primary business center between Chicago and Seattle, with Minneapolis proper containing Americas fifth-highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies. As an integral link to the economy, Minneapolis is categorized as a global city. Noted for its music and performing arts scenes, Minneapolis is home to both the award-winning Guthrie Theater and the historic First Avenue nightclub. The name Minneapolis is attributed to Charles Hoag, the citys first schoolteacher, who combined mni, a Dakota Sioux word for water, and polis, Dakota Sioux had long been the regions sole residents when French explorers arrived around 1680.
For a time relations were based on fur trading, gradually more European-American settlers arrived, competing for game and other resources with the Dakota. In the early 19th century, the United States acquired this territory from France, fort Snelling was built in 1819 by the United States Army, and it attracted traders and merchants, spurring growth in the area. The United States government pressed the Mdewakanton band of the Dakota to sell their land, the Minnesota Territorial Legislature authorized present-day Minneapolis as a town in 1856 on the Mississippis west bank. Minneapolis incorporated as a city in 1867, the rail service began between Minneapolis and Chicago. It joined with the city of St. Anthony in 1872. Minneapolis developed around Saint Anthony Falls, the highest waterfall on the Mississippi River, forests in northern Minnesota were a valuable resource for the lumber industry, which operated seventeen sawmills on power from the waterfall. By 1871, the west river bank had twenty-three businesses, including mills, woolen mills, iron works, a railroad machine shop, and mills for cotton, sashes.
Due to the hazards of milling, six local sources of artificial limbs were competing in the prosthetics business by the 1890s. The farmers of the Great Plains grew grain that was shipped by rail to the citys thirty-four flour mills, a father of modern milling in America and founder of what became General Mills, Cadwallader C. Some ideas were developed by William Dixon Gray and some acquired through industrial espionage from the Hungarians by William de la Barre, pillsbury Company across the river were barely a step behind, hiring Washburn employees to immediately use the new methods. The hard red spring wheat that grows in Minnesota became valuable, not until did consumers discover the value in the bran that Minneapolis
Linda Marie Emond is an American stage and television actress. Emond received Tony Award nominations for her performances in Life 3, Death of a Salesman, Emond was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She was raised in Orange County and attended Loara Elementary, Ball Junior High and she graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts from California State University, Fullerton in 1982. She earned an MFA from the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Washington and her first performance on stage was in high school as Jean Brodie in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Her first professional performance, for which she earned her Equity card, was in On the Verge at The Empty Space Theatre in Seattle during her last semester of graduate school. She debuted on the New York stage in the Off-Broadway play Nine Armenians in 1996 at the Manhattan Theatre Club for which she received a Drama Desk Award nomination. She appeared in the play at the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles. In 2011, she appeared off-Broadway in Tony Kushners The Intelligent Homosexuals Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures as “Empty” and she was cast as Elaine in Craig Lucass The Dying Gaul at the Vineyard Theater in 1998.
She played the role of Queen Hermione in The Winters Tale at the Public Theater production of Shakespeare in the Park in July 2010. In regional theatre, Emond has performed at Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago in David Hares The Secret Rapture in 1990 and at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in The Cherry Orchard and A. R. In 2009, she played Mary Ann McCray in the Hallmark Hall of Fame television presentation of A Dog Named Christmas. She has had recurring roles in such New York-based television series as The Good Wife, Law & Order, SVU, Gossip Girl, Wonderland and she is a voiceover actor, having narrated over 50 episodes of the Lifetime series Intimate Portrait. As an audiobook reader, Emond is the recipient of four Audiofile Earphones Awards and was named one of their Best Voices of the Year. Emond co-starred in Indignation, an adaptation of Philip Roths 2008 novel of the name, playing Esther Messner. Linda Emond at the Internet Movie Database Internet Off-Broadway Database Listing
Silver City, New Mexico
Silver City is a town in Grant County, New Mexico, United States. It is the county seat and the home of Western New Mexico University, as of the 2010 census the population was 10,315. In 2015 the population was estimated to be 10,004, the valley that is now the site of Silver City once served as an Apache campsite. With the arrival of the Spaniards, the became known for its copper mining. After the American Civil War, a settlement developed and became known as La Ciénega de San Vicente, with a wave of American prospectors, the pace of change increased, and Silver City was founded in the summer of 1870. The founding of the town occurred shortly after the discovery of ore deposits at Chloride Flat, on the hill just west of the farm of Captain John M. Bullard. Following the silver strike, Captain Bullard laid out the streets of Silver City, the towns violent crime rate was substantial during the 1870s, Grant County Sheriff Harvey Whitehill was elected in 1874, and gained a sizable reputation for his abilities at controlling trouble.
In 1875, Whitehill became the first lawman to arrest Billy the Kid, Whitehill arrested him twice, both times for theft in Silver City, and would claim that Bonney was a likeable kid, whose stealing was a result more of necessity than criminality. His mother is buried in the town cemetery, in 1878, the town hired its first town marshal, Dangerous Dan Tucker, who had been working as a deputy for Whitehill since 1875. The last one left for the old home about 1885, Silver City was the starting point for many expeditions hunting treasures such as the Lost Adams Diggings. In 1893, New Mexico Normal School was established and it was known as New Mexico Western State Teachers College. In 1963, it was renamed Western New Mexico University, today, WNMU offers eight graduate degrees,41 baccalaureate degrees, and 18 associate degree and certificate programs. The WNMU athletic team is referred to as the Mustangs, the town had originally been designed with the streets running north to south. The town was built in the path of normal water runoff.
Businesses sprang up, and people learned to deal with the inconveniences of the summer rain, Silver City was built with high sidewalks in the downtown area to accommodate high flood waters. Meanwhile, uncontrolled cattle grazing thinned down plant life on hills surrounding the town, during the night of July 21,1895, a heavy wall of water rushed through the downtown business district, leaving a trail of destruction. A ditch 55 feet lower than the street level was created in what was once known as Main Street. Businesses on Main Street began using their back doors on Bullard Street as main entrances, to this day, the incorrect odd/even addressing conventions on the east side of Bullard Street are a reminder that the buildings were addressed on Main Street originally, not Bullard Street
Shaun Mark Bean, known professionally as Sean Bean, is an English actor. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he made his debut in a theatre production of Romeo. Retaining his distinctive Yorkshire accent, he first found success for his portrayal of Richard Sharpe in the ITV series Sharpe. His most prominent film role was Boromir in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, as a voice actor, Bean has been featured in the video games The Elder Scrolls IV, Sid Meiers Civilization VI, and the drama The Canterbury Tales, among several others. He has received awards during his career and won an International Emmy for Best Actor. He has nominated for a BAFTA and Saturn Award. Bean was born in Handsworth, a suburb of Sheffield, which was part of West Riding of Yorkshire. He is the son of Rita and Brian Bean and he has a younger sister named Lorraine. His father owned a shop that employed 50 people, including Beans mother. Despite becoming relatively wealthy, the family never moved away from the estate as they preferred to remain close to friends.
As a child, Bean smashed a door during an argument. This prevented him pursuing his dream of playing football professionally. In 1975, Bean left Brook Comprehensive School with O Levels in Art, after a job at a supermarket and another for the local council, he started working for his fathers firm with a day release at Rotherham College of Arts and Technology to take a welding course. While there, he stumbled into an art class and decided to pursue his interest in art. After attending courses at two colleges, one for half a day and the other for less than a week, he returned to Rotherham College. After some college plays and one at Rotherham Civic Theatre, he won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Bean graduated from RADA in 1983, making his professional acting debut that year as Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury. His early career involved a mixture of stage and screen work, as an actor, he adopted the Irish spelling of his first name. His first national exposure came in an advert for non-alcoholic lager, between 1986 and 1988, he was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, appearing in productions of Romeo and Juliet, The Fair Maid of the West, and A Midsummer Nights Dream
Chisholm is a city in Saint Louis County, United States. The population was 4,976 at the 2010 census, U. S. Highway 169 and State Highway 73 are two of the main routes in Chisholm. Michael A. Jugovich is currently presiding as mayor, and has been since 2006, a mining town on the Mesabi Range, Chisholm was founded by Archibald Mark Chisholm. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has an area of 4.74 square miles,4.48 square miles is land and 0.26 square miles is water. Chisholm is in the center of the Mesabi Iron Range, one of the four ranges in the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota. The city was named for Archibald Mark Chisholm a mining man and investor from Glengarry County, Ontario, a post office called Chisholm has been in operation since 1901. With a railroad line to Duluth and plenty of mining work available in and near town, the population of Chisholm grew rapidly, and by 1908 the town had more than 6000 people and 500 buildings. On September 5,1908, a fast-moving forest fire obliterated the town due to the dry conditions during the late summer, many people sought escape by going into the lake.
Afterwards, building codes were enhanced, and by the summer more than 70 fireproof buildings had been erected. Chisholm became a city in 1934, in 1941, the muralist Elizabeth Carney Pope completed a WPA mural titled Discovery of Ore in the Chisholm post office. The Chisholm Independent School District draws students from the city of Chisholm, Chisholm High School sports teams participate in Class A of the Minnesota State High School League. Competitive varsity sports include baseball, cheerleading, cross-country running, softball and diving, track and field, Chisholm students join with students in nearby Hibbing to participate in alpine skiing, gymnastics, boys hockey, girls hockey, and tennis. As of the census of 2010, there were 4,976 people,2,257 households, the population density was 1,110.7 inhabitants per square mile. There were 2,524 housing units at a density of 563.4 per square mile. The racial makeup of the city was 95. 5% White,0. 8% African American,1. 1% Native American,0. 3% Asian,0.
1% from other races, hispanic or Latino of any race were 1. 4% of the population. 39. 0% of all households were made up of individuals and 14. 8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older, the average household size was 2.15 and the average family size was 2.81. The median age in the city was 40.7 years. 22. 3% of residents were under the age of 18,7. 4% were between the ages of 18 and 24,24. 7% were from 25 to 44,27. 6% were from 45 to 64, and 18% were 65 years of age or older
Corey Daniel Stoll is an American actor. He is known for his role as Dr and he was a regular cast member on the NBC drama series Law & Order, LA, and portrayed Darren Cross in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Ant-Man. Stoll was born on the Upper West Side of New York City and he is the son of Judith and Stephen Stoll, who is the co-founder of The Beacon School. He studied drama at Long Lake Camp for the Arts from 1988 through 1992 and he was a Drama Department graduate of Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. He graduated from Oberlin College in 1998, and from New York Universitys Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts in 2003. In 2004, Stoll received a Drama Desk Award nomination as Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play for Intimate Apparel, opposite Tony winner and Oscar nominee Viola Davis. He went on to appear in films, including North Country, Lucky Number Slevin, the television film A Girl Like Me, The Gwen Araujo Story, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men.
In 2010, he appeared in Helena from the Wedding and Salt, Stoll starred as LAPD Detective Tomas TJ Jaruszalski on the NBC police drama Law & Order, LA. He played Ernest Hemingway in Woody Allens 2011 film Midnight in Paris, who is mostly bald, wore a custom wig for the role. In 2013, Stoll received a Golden Globe Award nomination for his performance in the Netflix series House of Cards. After House of Cards, he joined the FX horror television series The Strain, in 2014, Stoll played Austin Reilly, an NYPD police officer, in the action film Non-Stop, and Paul Altman in the comedy-drama This Is Where I Leave You. The following year, he reunited with Woody Allen, playing gangster Ben Dorfman in his 2016 film Café Society, in the summer of 2016, he played the wily Greek warrior Ulysses in the Public Theater production of Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare, in Central Park. Stoll and his girlfriend, actress Nadia Bowers, became engaged in October 2014, the couple wed on June 21,2015. They welcomed their first child in October 2015, Nadia Bowers is a descendant of Maximilian de Beauharnais, 3rd Duke of Leuchtenberg, of the Dukes of Leuchtenberg, and of Napoleons first wife, Joséphine de Beauharnais.
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Entertainment Inc. – colloquially known as Warner Bros. or Warner Bros. It is one of the Big Six major American film studios, Warner Bros. is a member of the Motion Picture Association of America. The companys name originated from the four founding Warner brothers, Albert, Jack, the youngest, was born in London, Ontario. The three elder brothers began in the theater business, having acquired a movie projector with which they showed films in the mining towns of Pennsylvania. In the beginning and Albert Warner invested $150 to present Life of an American Fireman and they opened their first theater, the Cascade, in New Castle, Pennsylvania, in 1903. When the original building was in danger of being demolished, the modern Warner Bros. called the current building owners, the owners noted people across the country had asked them to protect it for its historical significance. In 1904, the Warners founded the Pittsburgh-based Duquesne Amusement & Supply Company, in 1912, Harry Warner hired an auditor named Paul Ashley Chase.
By the time of World War I they had begun producing films, in 1918 they opened the first Warner Bros. studio on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. Sam and Jack produced the pictures, while Harry and Albert, along with their auditor and now controller Chase, handled finance and distribution in New York City. During World War I their first nationally syndicated film, My Four Years in Germany, on April 4,1923, with help from money loaned to Harry by his banker Motley Flint, they formally incorporated as Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated. The first important deal was the acquisition of the rights to Avery Hopwoods 1919 Broadway play, The Gold Diggers, Rin Tin Tin, a dog brought from France after World War I by an American soldier, established their reputation. Rin Tin Tin debuted in the feature Where the North Begins, the movie was so successful that Jack signed the dog to star in more films for $1,000 per week. Rin Tin Tin became the top star. Jack nicknamed him The Mortgage Lifter and the success boosted Darryl F.
Zanucks career, Zanuck eventually became a top producer and between 1928 and 1933 served as Jacks right-hand man and executive producer, with responsibilities including day-to-day film production. More success came after Ernst Lubitsch was hired as head director, lubitschs film The Marriage Circle was the studios most successful film of 1924, and was on The New York Times best list for that year. Despite the success of Rin Tin Tin and Lubitsch, Warners remained a lesser studio and Jack decided to offer Broadway actor John Barrymore the lead role in Beau Brummel. The film was so successful that Harry signed Barrymore to a contract, like The Marriage Circle. By the end of 1924, Warner Bros. was arguably Hollywoods most successful independent studio, as the studio prospered, it gained backing from Wall Street, and in 1924 Goldman Sachs arranged a major loan
Virginia is a city in Saint Louis County, United States, on the Mesabi Iron Range. The population was 8,712 at the 2010 census, according to a water tower in the middle of town, the citys nickname is the Queen City, or Queen City of the North. Virginia was laid out in 1892, and named after Virginia, a post office has been in operation at Virginia since 1893. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has an area of 19.18 square miles,18.85 square miles is land and 0.33 square miles is water. Virginia is located on the Mesabi Range, one of sub-regions within Minnesotas Iron Range, Virginia is considered the commerce center of the Mesabi Range. As of the census of 2010, there were 8,712 people,4,242 households, the population density was 462.2 inhabitants per square mile. There were 4,738 housing units at a density of 251.4 per square mile. The racial makeup of the city was 94. 7% White,0. 6% African American,1. 0% Native American,0. 5% Asian,0. 3% from other races, hispanic or Latino of any race were 1. 5% of the population. 46. 3% of all households were made up of individuals, the average household size was 1.95 and the average family size was 2.74.
The median age in the city was 44.9 years. 18. 9% of residents were under the age of 18,9. 3% were between the ages of 18 and 24,21. 8% were from 25 to 44,27. 9% were from 45 to 64, and 22% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 47. 9% male and 52. 1% female, as of the census of 2000, there were 9,157 people,4,333 households, and 2,270 families residing in the city. The population density was 486.1 people per square mile, there were 4,692 housing units at an average density of 249.1 per square mile. The racial makeup of the city was 95. 17% White,0. 46% African American,2. 24% Native American,0. 55% Asian,0. 01% Pacific Islander,0. 17% from other races, and 1. 40% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0. 80% of the population,21. 4% were of Finnish,13. 3% German,9. 9% Norwegian,8. 8% Italian and 7. 8% Swedish ancestry. 42. 6% of all households were made up of individuals and 19. 6% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older, the average household size was 2.00 and the average family size was 2.73.
In the city, the population was out with 19. 0% under the age of 18,9. 4% from 18 to 24,25. 0% from 25 to 44,23. 3% from 45 to 64. The median age was 43 years, for every 100 females there were 88.4 males
Participant Media is an American film production company founded in 2004 by Jeffrey Skoll, dedicated to entertainment that inspires and compels social change. The company finances and co-produces films, and its hub, TakePart serves millions of socially conscious consumers each month with daily articles, videos. The companys name descriptively politicizes its basis on currently topical subjects presented to induce awareness in social aspects. The company has produced, financed, or co-produced over 75 films and its films have been nominated for 50 Academy Awards, and have won 11, including Best Picture for Spotlight. The company was founded in January 2004 as Participant Productions by Jeffrey Skoll, with $100 million in cash from Skolls personal funds, Skoll was the companys first chief executive officer, but stepped down from that position in August 2006. Participant Productions initial plans were to produce four to six films per year, the company focused on films in six areas – the environment, health care, human rights, institutional responsibility and tolerance, and social and economic justice.
It evaluated projects by running them past its creative executives first, assessing their cost and commercial viability second, once the decision was made to go ahead with production, the company reached out to non-profit organizations to ask them to build campaigns around the release. In some cases, the studio has spent years creating positive word-of-mouth with advocacy groups, the new company quickly announced an ambitious slate of productions. Its first film was the drama film American Gun, with equity partner IFC Films, two weeks later, the company announced a co-production deal with Warner Bros. on two films – the geopolitical thriller film Syriana and the drama film Class Action (later re-titled North Country. Participant Productions contributed half the budget of each film and its fourth production, a documentary film, was announced in November 2004. In 2005, the company suffered its first stumble and it again agreed to co-finance a picture with Warner Bros. this time Vadim Perelmans second feature, Truce.
Although Perelman claimed he had never been moved by a script to such an extent, North Country did poorly at the box office despite having recent Academy Award-winner Charlize Theron in the lead. The World According to Sesame Street never found a distributor for theatrical release, the company announced in March 2005 that it would executive co-produce the Warner Bros. drama film Good Night, and Good Luck. A month later, it bought the rights to the documentary film Murderball in return for an equity stake in the film. It executive produced and co-financed Al Gores global-warming documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, as heavier production scheduling grew, the company added staff. Ricky Strauss was named first president in March 2005, with oversight of production, diane Weyermann, director of the Sundance Institutes Documentary Film Program, joined the company in October 2005 as Executive Vice President of Documentary Production. The companys non-film-production efforts continued to grow as well, the company provided an undisclosed amount of financing in February 2005 to film distributor Emerging Pictures to finance that companys national network of digitally equipped cinemas.
The company had a very successful 2005 awards season, with eleven Academy Award nominations, Good Night, and Good Luck garnered six nominations, including Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Director, Best Picture, Best Actor in a Leading Role and Best Original Screenplay
Alexander Xander Harper Berkeley is an American actor. Berkeley was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 16,1955 and he attended Hampshire College and worked in the theaters at the five college system which Hampshire was a part of, including Smith, Mount Holyoke and the University of Massachusetts. Berkeley worked in the Regional and Repertory Theaters in addition to Off Broadway while living in New York, a casting agent saw Berkeley in a play written by Reynolds Price called Early Dark, and encouraged him to move to Hollywood. Berkeley began playing roles in 1981, with appearances in M*A*S*H, Cagney & Lacey, Remington Steele, Miami Vice, Moonlighting. Although not becoming a name, Berkeleys face was increasingly recognizable into the 1990s. His television guest roles included The X-Files, CSI, ER, Berkeley has the distinction of appearing in both the made-for-television film L. A. Takedown in 1989 and its 1995 critically acclaimed theatrical remake Heat, both directed by Michael Mann. Several of his roles were in films by director Alex Cox.
In 2001, Berkeley became a recurring guest star and on as a regular on 24 in the role of George Mason. He portrayed the mysterious John Smith on the CBS drama Jericho, in 2010, he received one of his best known roles - that of Percy Rose in the CW action-thriller series Nikita. He portrayed the character as a regular in the shows first two seasons as well as being the series de facto main antagonist of its first two seasons. Berkeley was Sheriff Thomas Red John McAllister on The Mentalist, Berkeley portrays Gregory on AMCs The Walking Dead, originally in a guest role in season 6, but was promoted as a series regular for season 7. Berkeley has provided voices for animated series such as Aaahh, real Monsters, Teen Titans and Gargoyles. He voiced Quentin Beck/Mysterio in The Spectacular Spider-Man, Captain Atom in the animated movie Superman/Batman, Public Enemies, in 2013, Berkeley won the Streamy Award Best Male Performance, Drama for his starring role in the acclaimed webseries, The Booth at the End.
Berkeley is a painter and a sculptor, as well as a make-up artist, Berkeley met Sarah Clarke on the set of 24 in 2001, and married her the following year. Berkeley and Clarke live with their daughters, Olwyn Harper and Rowan Amara, in Maine and in Los Angeles, Xander Berkeley at the Internet Movie Database Xander Berkeley at AllMovie A conversation with Xander Berkeley Xander Berkeley Interview at www. reviewgraveyard. com