Gender
Male
Born
Mar 26, 1934
New York, New York, USA
Performer Director
Relations
Father of
Matthew Arkin
Father of
Adam Arkin
Father of
Anthony Arkin
  • CREDITS
    Taller Than a Dwarf (Apr 25, 2000 - Jun 11, 2000)
    • Directed by Alan Arkin
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Molly (Nov 01, 1973 - Dec 29, 1973)
    • Directed by Alan Arkin
    MusicalOriginal
    The Sunshine Boys (Dec 20, 1972 - Apr 21, 1974)
    • Directed by Alan Arkin
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Hail Scrawdyke! (Nov 28, 1966 - Dec 03, 1966)
    • Directed by Alan Arkin
    PlayOriginal
    Luv (Nov 11, 1964 - Jan 07, 1967)
    • Starring: Alan Arkin
      • Harry Berlin - (Oct 16, 1964 - Aug 22, 1965)
    PlayComedyOriginal
    Enter Laughing (Mar 13, 1963 - Mar 14, 1964)
    • Starring: Alan Arkin [David Kolowitz]
    PlayComedyOriginal
    From the Second City (Sep 26, 1961 - Dec 09, 1961)
    • Performer: Alan Arkin
    MusicalRevueOriginal
  • AWARDS

    Tony Award®

     

    Best Direction of a Play

    1973 | Nominee  | The Sunshine Boys
    Directed by Alan Arkin

    Best Featured Actor in a Play

    1963 | Winner  | Enter Laughing
    Starring: Alan Arkin

    Drama Desk Award

    Outstanding Director

    1970 | Winner
    Alan Arkin (for "The White House Murder Case")

    Outstanding Director

    1969 | Winner
    Alan Arkin (for "Little Murders")

    Theatre World

    Award

    1963 | Recipient  | Enter Laughing
    Starring: Alan Arkin
Taller Than a Dwarf (Apr 25, 2000 - Jun 11, 2000)
  • Directed by Alan Arkin
PlayComedyOriginal
Molly (Nov 01, 1973 - Dec 29, 1973)
  • Directed by Alan Arkin
MusicalOriginal
The Sunshine Boys (Dec 20, 1972 - Apr 21, 1974)
  • Directed by Alan Arkin
PlayComedyOriginal
Hail Scrawdyke! (Nov 28, 1966 - Dec 03, 1966)
  • Directed by Alan Arkin
PlayOriginal
Luv (Nov 11, 1964 - Jan 07, 1967)
  • Starring: Alan Arkin
    • Harry Berlin - (Oct 16, 1964 - Aug 22, 1965)
PlayComedyOriginal
Enter Laughing (Mar 13, 1963 - Mar 14, 1964)
  • Starring: Alan Arkin [David Kolowitz]
PlayComedyOriginal
From the Second City (Sep 26, 1961 - Dec 09, 1961)
  • Performer: Alan Arkin
MusicalRevueOriginal

Tony Award®

 

Best Direction of a Play

1973 | Nominee  | The Sunshine Boys
Directed by Alan Arkin

Best Featured Actor in a Play

1963 | Winner  | Enter Laughing
Starring: Alan Arkin

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Director

1970 | Winner
Alan Arkin (for "The White House Murder Case")

Outstanding Director

1969 | Winner
Alan Arkin (for "Little Murders")

Theatre World

Award

1963 | Recipient  | Enter Laughing
Starring: Alan Arkin

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