Adam Arkin Biography
(Best Known for His Role as ‘Aaron Shutt’ in the TV Series ‘Chicago Hope’)
Birthday: August 19, 1956 (Leo)
Born In: New York City, New York, United States
In a country with no dearth of actors, Arkin earned a reputation for himself through his performances, in a career spanning almost forty years. Arkin who first stepped into the world of acting by doing a cameo in one of the episodes of the television show ‘Happy Days’, has since then been a part of dozens of television series and films. However, he is widely remembered for his television assignments. Arkin has also won numerous awards for his outstanding acting performances in his career. Acting is in Arkin’s genes; he is one of the three sons of the academy winning American actor Alan Arkin. Unlike many of his contemporaries, it’s claimed that Arkin is not a strong follower of just one particular kind of cinema, or a genre. Other than just acting, Arkin has also proved that he’s a versatile artiste by dubbing his voice for a couple of shows which were telecast on radio and television. Arkin has even directed episodes of few shows which were aired on TV. Recently, he had donned the director’s hat for a few episodes of the shows ‘Americans’ and ‘Masters of Sex’.