Philip Baker Hall
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Who is Philip Baker Hall?
Philip Baker Hall is an American actor. Although usually cast in supporting or background roles, Hall played the lead roles of President Richard Nixon in Secret Honor, Sydney in Hard Eight, and Arthur in the independent film, Duck.
- also known as Phillip Baker Hall, Phillip Hall
- born on (84 years ago) in Toledo, child of Birdene McDonald and William Hall
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor, teacher, voice actor
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A Comprehensive Supplement, 2011–2016 by Vincent Terrace
Philip Baker Hall (Jimmy at 75), Amanda Detmer ( Helen), Scott Menville (Voice of Arthur, the Goodwin's computer). 1285 Second Generation Wayans ...
by Jerry Roberts
Michael Gambon portrayed LBJ, with Donald Sutherland as Clark Clifford, Alec Baldwin as Robert McNamara, Cliff De Young as McGeorge Bundy, Tom Skerritt as General William Westmoreland, John Aylward as Dean Rusk, Bruce McGill as George Ball, Philip Baker Hall as Senator Everett Dirkson, ...
The FBI Encyclopedia (2003)
by Michael Newton
Gerard, Philip Baker Hall. Malcolm X—Director Spike Lee suggests that FBI eavesdroppers had foreknowledge of Malcolm's impending assassination but failed to warn the target. Cast: Denzel Washington, Angela Bassett ...
by Vincent Terrace
Philip Baker Hall (Arnie); Brooke D' Orsay (Missy).
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