David Strathairn Biography, Age, Movies, Young, Wife, TV Shows and Net worth

David Strathairn Movies

David Strathairn is an American actor. He became fame in 1980s and the 1990s performing in the films of fellow Williams grad, John Sayles. This includes Return of the Secaucus 7 (his screen debut), The Brother from Another Planet, Matewan, City of Hope, Eight Men Out, and Limbo.

He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for portraying journalist Edward R. Murrow in Good Night, and Good Luck (2005). David is well known for his role as CIA Deputy Director, Noah Vosen in the 2007 film The Bourne Ultimatum, a role he reprised in 2012’s The Bourne Legacy.

David from 2011 to 2012 he played a prominent role as Dr. Lee Rosen on the Syfy series, Alphas. He also played Secretary of State, William Henry Seward in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln (2012). David won an Emmy and was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in the TV film, Temple Grandin (2010).

David Strathairn Age

David was born on January 26, 1949 in San Francisco , California. He is 70 years old as of 2018.

David Strathairn Young |Family

David  was born in San Francisco, California.  He is the son of Thomas Scott Strathairn, Jr. a physician, and Mary Frances (née Frazier), a nurse. He is  the second of three children.  David is of Scottish descent through his paternal grandfather, Thomas Scott Strathairn, a native of Crieff, and of Native Hawaiian ancestry through his paternal grandmother, Josephine Lei Victoria Alana.

David went to  Redwood High School in Larkspur, California, and in 1970 he graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. At Williams, he met fellow actor Gordon Clapp and director John Sayles, all of whom have collaborated on many projects.

David  studied clowning at the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in Venice, Florida,  and briefly worked as a clown in a traveling circus.

David Strathairn Wife | David Strathairn Logan Goodman

David married nurse Logan Goodman in 1980. The couple has two sons named Tay Strathairn and Ebberly Strathairn. David’s son, Tay Strathairn, is the keyboard player for the band ‘Dawes’.

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Actor David Strathairn

David is a character actor. He has appeared in supporting roles in many independent and Hollywood films. In this capacity, David has co-starred in Twisted as a psychiatrist; in The River Wild as a husband; in Blue Car as a teacher.

David is also a stage actor and has performed over thirty theatrical roles. He performed a number of roles in stage plays by Harold Pinter. David played Stanley in two consecutive New York Classic Stage Company (CSC) productions of Pinter’s 1957 play The Birthday Party, directed by Carey Perloff (since 1992 artistic director of the American Conservatory Theatre).

In 1988  and 1989 he played dual roles of prison Officer and Prisoner in Pinter’s 1989 play Mountain Language (in a double bill with the second CSC Rep production of The Birthday Party); Edwin Booth in a workshop production by W. Stuart McDowell at The Players in 1989; Kerner, in Tom Stoppard’s Hapgood (1994); and Devlin, opposite Lindsay Duncan’s Rebecca, in Pinter’s 1996 two-hander Ashes to Ashes in the 1999 New York premiere by the Roundabout Theatre Company

David Strathairn Films

Year

Title

Role

2019
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Admiral William Stenz
2019
The Gettysburg Address
Ralph Waldo Emerson
2018
An Interview with God
The Man
2018
Fast Color
Ellis
2017
Darkest Hour
Franklin D. Roosevelt
2017
November Criminals
Theo Schacht
2016
American Pastoral
Nathan Zuckerman
2015
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Ty Burley
2015
Louder Than Bombs
Richard
2015
The Debt
Nathan
2014
Godzilla
Admiral William Stenz
2012
The Bourne Legacy
Noah Vosen
2012
No God, No Master
William J. Flynn
2012
Lincoln
William Seward
2010
Howl
Ralph McIntosh
2010
The Tempest
Alonzo, King of Naples
2010
The Whistleblower
Peter Ward
2009
The Uninvited
Steven
2009
Cold Souls
Dr. Flintstein
2009
The People Speak
Himself
2009
Odysseus in America
Narration
2008
The Spiderwick Chronicles
Arthur Spiderwick
2007
The Sensation of Sight
Finn
2007
Steel Toes
Danny Dunckelman
2007
Fracture
District Attorney Joe Lobruto
2007
Racing Daylight
Henry Becker/Harry Stokes
2007
The Bourne Ultimatum
Noah Vosen
2007
My Blueberry Nights
Arnie Copeland
2007
Matters of Life and Death
Mr. Jennings
2007
Trumbo
Readings
2006
The Shovel
Paul Mullin
2006
Heavens Fall
Judge James Horton
2006
We Are Marshall
Donald Dedmon
2005
The Notorious Bettie Page
Estes Kefauver
2005
Missing in America
Henry
2005
Good Night, and Good Luck
Edward R. Murrow
2004
Twisted
Dr. Melvin Frank
2002
Speakeasy
Bruce Hickman
2002
Blue Car
Auster
2001
Relative Evil
Dr. Charlie
2000
A Good Baby
Truman Lester
2000
Harrison’s Flowers
Harrison Lloyd
1999
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Theseus
1999
Limbo
Jumpin Joe Gastineau
1999
A Map of the World
Howard Goodwin
1998
The Climb
Earl Himes
1998
With Friends Like These…
Armand Minetti
1998
Simon Birch
Reverend Russell
1998
Meschugge
Charles Kaminski
1997
Song of Hiawatha
Marcel
1997
L.A. Confidential
Pierce Morehouse Patchett
1997
Bad Manners
Wes Westlund
1996
Mother Night
Lieutenant Bernard B. O’Hare
1995
Losing Isaiah
Charles Lewin
1995
Dolores Claiborne
Joe St. George
1995
Home for the Holidays
Russell Terziak
1994
The River Wild
Tom Hartman
1993
Lost in Yonkers
Johnny
1993
The Firm
Ray McDeere
1993
A Dangerous Woman
Getso
1992
Big Girls Don’t Cry… They Get Even
Keith Powers
1992
A League of Their Own
Ira Lowenstein
1992
Bob Roberts
Mack Laflin
1992
Sneakers
Erwin ‘Whistler’ Emory
1992
Passion Fish
Rennie
1991
City of Hope
Asteroid
1990
Memphis Belle
Colonel Craig Harriman
1990
Judgment
Father Aubert
1989
The Feud
The Stranger
1988
Stars and Bars
Charlie
1988
Call Me
Sam
1988
Eight Men Out
Eddie Cicotte
1988
Dominick and Eugene
Martin Chernak
1987
Matewan
Police Chief Sid Hatfield
1986
At Close Range
Tony Pine
1985
When Nature Calls
Weejun
1984
Iceman
Dr. Singe
1984
The Brother from Another Planet
Man In Black
1983
Lovesick
Marvin Zuckerman
1983
Silkwood
Wesley
1980
Return of the Secaucus 7
Ron Desjardins

David Strathairn Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

2018
McMafia
Semiyon Kleiman
2018
The Expanse
Klaes Ashford
2018
My Dinner with Hervé
Marty Rothstein
2017–18
Billions
Black Jack Foley
2015–16
The Blacklist
Peter Kotsiopulos (aka The Director)
2015–17
Z: The Beginning of Everything
Judge Anthony Sayre
2015
Axe Cop
Extincter
2012
Hemingway & Gellhorn
John Dos Passos
2011–12
Alphas
Dr. Lee Rosen
2010
Temple Grandin
Dr. Carlock
2010
House
Nash
2008
Monk
Patrick Kloster
2004
The Sopranos
Robert Wegler
2004
Paradise
Reverend Bobby Paradise
2002
Lathe of Heaven
Mannie
2002
Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story
Jack Hoschouer
2001
Big Apple
FBI Agent Will Preecher
2000
Freedom Song
Peter Crowley
2000
The Miracle Worker
Captain Keller
1998
Evidence of Blood
Jackson Kinley
1997
In the Gloaming
Martin
1996
Beyond the Call
Russell Cates
1994
April One
John McCowan
1992
O Pioneers!
Carl Linstrum
1991
Son of the Morning Star
Capt. Frederick W. Benteen
1991
Without Warning: The James Brady Story
Doctor Art Kobrine
1990
Heat Wave
Bill Thomas
1990
Judgment
Father Frank Aubert
1989
Wiseguy
Matthew Stemkowsky
1989
Day One
J. Robert Oppenheimer
1988
The Equalizer
Phillip Borchek
1988–91
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd
Moss Goodman
1987
Broken Vows
Stuart Chase
1987
Spenser: For Hire
Doggie Thorpe
1985
Miami Vice
Marty Lang
1984
Search for Tomorrow
Dr. Robert Hand

David Strathairn Net Worth

David has an estimated net worth of $8 million dollars.

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