F. Murray Abraham
F. Murray Abraham
Abraham in 2008
October 24, 1939
|Home town||El Paso, Texas, U.S.|
Kate Hannan (m. 1962)
F. Murray Abraham (born Murray Abraham;; Arabic: فريد مرعي ابرهيم; October 24, 1939) is an American actor. He became widely known during the 1980s after winning an Oscar for his leading role as Antonio Salieri in the drama film Amadeus (1984). Abraham also won a Golden Globe and received a BAFTA Award nomination for the role.
He has appeared in many roles, both leading and supporting, in films such as All the President's Men (1976), Scarface (1983), The Name of the Rose (1986), Last Action Hero (1993), Star Trek: Insurrection (1998), Finding Forrester (2000), Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), and The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). Abraham is also known for his television and theatre work and was a regular cast member on the Showtime drama series Homeland, which earned him two Primetime Emmy Award nominations. Abraham currently stars in the Apple TV+ comedy series Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet.
Abraham was born Murray Abraham on October 24, 1939 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the son of Fahrid "Fred" Abraham, an auto mechanic, and his wife Josephine (née Stello) (April 15, 1915 – March 10, 2012), a housewife. His father emigrated with his family from Ottoman Syria at age five due to the famine of Mount Lebanon; his paternal grandfather was a priest in the Antiochian Orthodox Church  His mother, one of 14 children, was Italian American, and the daughter of an Italian immigrant who worked in the coal mines of Western Pennsylvania. He had two younger brothers, Robert and Jack, who were killed in separate car accidents.
Abraham was raised in El Paso, Texas, near the Mexican border. Murray and his two younger brothers were altar boys in the St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in El Paso. He attended Vilas Grammar School, and graduated from El Paso High School in 1958. He was a gang member during his teenage years. In El Paso, Abraham worked in the Farah Clothing factory owned by a Lebanese family before launching a career in acting. He attended Texas Western College (later named University of Texas at El Paso), where he was given the best actor award by Alpha Psi Omega for his portrayal of the Indian Nocona in Comanche Eagle during the 1959–60 season. He attended the University of Texas at Austin, then studied acting under Uta Hagen at HB Studio in New York City. He began his acting career on the stage, debuting in a Los Angeles production of Ray Bradbury's The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit.
Film and television
Abraham made his screen debut as an usher in the George C. Scott comedy They Might Be Giants (1971). By the mid-1970s, he had steady employment as an actor, doing commercials and voice-overs. He can be seen as one of the undercover police officers along with Al Pacino in Sidney Lumet's Serpico (1973), and in television roles including the bad guy in one fourth-season episode of Kojak ("The Godson"). He played a cabdriver in the theatrical version of The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1975), a mechanic in the theatrical version of The Sunshine Boys (1975), and a police officer in the film All the President's Men (1976).
Despite these small roles, Abraham continued to do commercials and voice-over work for income. But in 1978, he decided to give them up. Frustrated with the lack of substantial roles, Abraham said, "No one was taking my acting seriously. I figured if I didn't do it, then I'd have no right to the dreams I've always had." His wife, Kate Hannan, went to work as an assistant and Abraham became a "house husband". He described, "I cooked and cleaned and took care of the kids. It was very rough on my macho idea of life. But it was the best thing that ever happened to me."
Abraham gained greater prominence when he appeared as drug dealer Omar Suárez in the gangster film Scarface (1983). Then, in 1984, he played envious composer Antonio Salieri in the Academy Award for Best Picture-winning Amadeus (1984), directed by Miloš Forman. Abraham won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role, an award for which his co-star in the film Tom Hulce, playing Mozart, had also been nominated. He won a Golden Globe Award, among other awards, and his role in the film, remains as his most iconic. He later continued his association with classical music by narrating the plot summaries of the operas of Wagner's Ring Cycle in the 1990 PBS broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera, to the largest viewing audience of the Ring Cycle in history, conducted by James Levine.
After Amadeus, he next appeared in The Name of the Rose (1986), in which he played Bernardo Gui, nemesis to Sean Connery's William of Baskerville. In its DVD commentary, the director of the film, Jean-Jacques Annaud, described Abraham as an "egomaniac" on the set, who considered himself more important than Sean Connery because Connery did not have an Oscar. That said, the film was a critical success. Abraham had tired of appearing as heavies and wanted to return to his background in comedy, as he explained to People Weekly in an interview he gave at the time of its release.
Though Abraham had fewer prominent roles in the next decade or so, he became known for his roles in Peter Yates' An Innocent Man (1989), Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite (1995), Ahdar Ru'afo in Star Trek: Insurrection (1998), and Gus Van Sant's Finding Forrester (2000), where he again played the nemesis to Connery. He had a significant role in Brian De Palma's adaptation of The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990), but chose not to be credited due to a contract dispute.
Abraham's relatively low-profile film career subsequent to his Academy Award win has been considered an example of the "Oscar jinx." According to film critic Leonard Maltin, professional failure following an early success is referred to in Hollywood circles as the "F. Murray Abraham syndrome." Abraham rejected this notion and told Maltin, "The Oscar is the single most important event of my career. I have dined with kings, shared equal billing with my idols, lectured at Harvard and Columbia. If this is a jinx, I'll take two." In the same interview, Abraham said, "Even though I won the Oscar, I can still take the subway in New York, and nobody recognizes me. Some actors might find that disconcerting, but I find it refreshing."
A 2009 guest appearance on Saving Grace began a new phase of Abraham's career, wherein he has become gradually more prolific onscreen. Further guest appearances include roles on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Louie and Curb Your Enthusiasm as well as a recurring role on The Good Wife between 2011 and 2014. Additionally, Abraham was the primary narrator for the PBS series Nature between 2007 and 2010, narrating 32 episodes (plus one more in 2013). Abraham's most notable television role came about through Showtime's drama series Homeland, in which he portrayed black ops specialist Dar Adal. This role resulted in his first Emmy Award nomination in 2015, followed by a second in 2018.
In the 2010s, he has featured prominently in two widely acclaimed films: first as folk music impresario Bud Grossman in the Coen brothers' drama Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), then as the mysterious Mr. Moustafa in Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). More recently, he has voiced roles in Isle of Dogs (2018) and How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019) and played Tony in the 2019 live-action Lady and the Tramp.
Since Amadeus, he has mainly focused on classical theatre, and has starred in many Shakespearean productions such as Othello and Richard III. He was highlighted in many other plays by the likes of Samuel Beckett and Gilbert and Sullivan, and played the lead in Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya (for which he received an Obie Award).
Abraham has focused on stage work throughout his career, giving notable performances as Pozzo in Mike Nichols's production of Waiting for Godot, Malvolio in Twelfth Night for the New York Shakespeare Festival, and Shylock in The Merchant of Venice for the Off-Broadway Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA) in March 2007, which was performed at the Duke Theatre in New York and also at the Swan Theatre, part of the Royal Shakespeare Company. He reprised this role in February 2011, when he replaced Al Pacino in the Public Theater's production. In the 1997/98 Broadway season, he starred in the new chamber musical Triumph of Love opposite Betty Buckley, based on Marivaux's classic comedy. The production did not find a large audience, running 85 performances after its pre-opening preview period. He has also taught theater at Brooklyn College. In 2016, he played the title role in Classic Stage Company's production of Nathan the Wise.
Abraham also joined The Mirror Theater Ltd's Mirror Repertory Company in 1984. He joined MRC the week after winning his Oscar for Best Actor for his work in Amadeus because he wanted to work with MRC Artist-in-Residence Geraldine Page (to whom he would eventually present her own Academy Award the following year), and would star opposite her in MRC's The Madwoman of Chaillot.
In January 2010, Abraham was the on-the-scene hero of a real-life crime scene at the Classic Stage Company in New York City, when he scuffled with a thief in the dressing room area during a public rehearsal.
Abraham has spoken about his faith: "I've attended many churches. I grew up as an Orthodox Christian and I was an altar boy. I love the Society of Friends, the Quakers. I attended their meetings for almost fifteen years. I'm now [in 2008] attending the First Presbyterian Church of New York because they're such a generous, terrific church with outreach. They reach out to old people, to homeless, to A.A., to cross-dressers; it's truly a church of the teachings of Christ. Religion is essential to my life."
|1971||They Might Be Giants||Clyde|
|1975||The Prisoner of Second Avenue||Taxi driver|
|1975||The Sunshine Boys||Car mechanic|
|1976||All the President's Men||Paul Leeper|
|1978||The Big Fix||Eppis|
|1986||The Name of the Rose||Bernardo Gui|
|1988||The Third Solution||Father Carafa|
|1989||Beyond the Stars||Dr. Harry Bertram|
|1989||The Favorite||Abdul Hamid|
|1989||An Innocent Man||Virgil Cane|
|1990||Cadence||Capt. Ramon Garcia||Uncredited|
|1990||The Battle of the Three Kings||Osrain|
|1990||The Bonfire of the Vanities||D.A. Abe Weiss||Uncredited|
|1991||By the Sword||Max Suba|
|1991||Eye of the Widow||Kharoun|
|1992||Through an Open Window||Narrator||Short film|
|1993||National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon||Dr. Harold Leacher|
|1993||Last Action Hero||Detective John Practice|
|1994||Surviving the Game||Wolfe Sr.|
|1996||Children of the Revolution||Joseph Stalin|
|1997||Una vacanza all'inferno||Belisario|
|1998||Star Trek: Insurrection||Ahdar Ru'afo|
|1999||Muppets from Space||Noah||Cameo|
|1999||The All New Adventures of Laurel & Hardy
in For Love or Mummy
|2000||Finding Forrester||Prof. Robert Crawford|
|2000||David Proshker||Narrator||Short film|
|2001||The Knights of the Quest||Delfinello da Coverzano|
|2001||Thir13en Ghosts||Cyrus Kristicos|
|2002||The Hire||Airport Guru||Segment: The Ticker|
|2003||Five Moons Square||The Entity|
|2003||Rua Alguem 5555: My Father||Paul Minsky|
|2004||Another Way of Seeing Things||Narrator||Short film|
|2004||Too Much Romance... It's Time for Stuffed Peppers||Jeffrey|
|2004||The Bridge of San Luis Rey||Viceroy of Peru|
|2006||The Stone Merchant||Shahid|
|2006||Quiet Flows the Don||Pantaley|
|2007||Wine and Kisses||Ruggero|
|2007||Blood Monkey||Professor Hamilton||Direct-to-DVD|
|2008||Carnera: The Walking Mountain||Léon Sée|
|2008||A House Divided||Grandfather Wahid|
|2010||The Unseen World||John Henry Newman|
|2012||Goltzius and the Pelican Company||The Margrave of Alsace|
|2012||September Eleven 1683||Father Marco d'Aviano|
|2013||Dead Man Down||Gregor|
|2013||Inside Llewyn Davis||Bud Grossman|
|2013||The Gambler Who Wouldn't Die||Braque|
|2014||The Grand Budapest Hotel||Mr. Moustafa|
|2014||The Mystery of Dante||Dante Alter Ego|
|2014||The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683||Marco d'Aviano|
|2014||A Little Game||Norman Wallach|
|2018||Isle of Dogs||Jupiter||Voice|
|2019||How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World||Grimmel||Voice|
|2019||Lady and the Tramp||Tony|
|TBA||Things Heard and Seen||Post-production|
|1975||How to Survive a Marriage||Joshua Browne|
|1975, 1977||Kojak||Solly Nurse / Eddie Gordon||2 episodes|
|1976||All in the Family||Clerk||Episode: "The Unemployment Story: Part 1"|
|1977||A.E.S. Hudson Street||Dr. Menzies||Aired pilot; replaced by Gregory Sierra|
|1977||The Andros Targets||Bobby Carr||Episode: "The Killing of a Porno Queen"|
|1977||Sex and the Married Woman||Duke Skaggs||Television film|
|1982–83||Marco Polo||Jacopo||6 episodes|
|1986||Dream West||Abraham Lincoln||2 episodes|
|1989||The Betrothed||Innominato||2 episodes|
|1990||A Season of Giants||Pope Julius II||Television film|
|1992||The First Circle||Joseph Stalin||Television film|
|1993||Journey to the Center of the Earth||Professor Harlech||Television film|
|1993||Il caso Dozier||Goldstein||Television film|
|1996||Dead Man's Walk||Captain Caleb Cobb||Television miniseries|
|1999||Excellent Cadavers||Tommaso Buscetta||Television film|
|2000||The Darkling||Bruno Rubin||Television film|
|2000||ill it Un dono semplice||Thomas Barlow||Television film|
|2003||Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites||Narrator||Television documentary|
|2003||Pompeii: The Last Day||Narrator||Television documentary|
|2005||NOVA - Newton's Dark Secrets||Narrator||Television documentary|
|2007||In the Valley of the Wolves||Narrator||Television documentary|
|2008||Shark Swarm||Bill Girdler||Television film|
|2008||The Wolf That Changed America||Narrator||Television documentary|
|2009||Saving Grace||Matthew||Episode: "What Would You Do?"|
|2010||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Dr. Theodore Nichols||Episode: "Three-In-One"|
|2010||Bored to Death||Professor Richard Hawkes||Episode: "I've Been Living Like a Demented God!"|
|2011–14||The Good Wife||Burl Preston||4 episodes|
|Episode: "New Jersey/Airport"|
Episode: "In the Woods - Pt 2"
|2012||Blue Bloods||Leon Goodwin||Episode: "The Job"|
|2012–18||Homeland||Dar Adal||39 episodes|
|2013||Do No Harm||Cozar||Episode: "Six Feet Deep"|
|2013||Elementary||Daniel Gottlieb||Episode: "A Landmark Story"|
|2016||Inside Amy Schumer||Diplomat||Episode: "Madame President"|
|2017||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Himself||Episode: "Fatwa!"|
|2018||The Good Fight||Burl Preston||Episode: "Day 436"|
|2019||The Orville||Council Chairman||Episode: "Sanctuary"|
|2019||Chimerica||Frank Sams||4 episodes|
|2020–present||Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet||C.W. Longbottom||8 episodes|
|1968–69||The Man in the Glass Booth||Tzelniker-Rudin||Royale Theatre, Broadway|
|1972||6 Rms Riv Vu||The Expectant Father||Helen Hayes Theatre, Broadway|
|1974||Ravenswood||Roy Pitt||Booth Theatre, Broadway|
|1974||Dunelawn||Mr. Blum||Booth Theatre, Broadway|
|1975–76||The Ritz||Chris||Longacre Theatre, Broadway|
|1976||Legend||Jesse Lymburner||Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Broadway|
|1979–80||Teibele and Her Demon||Alchonon||Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Broadway|
|1986–87||Macbeth||Macbeth||Belasco Theatre, Broadway|
|1994||Angels in America||Roy Cohn (replacement)||Walter Kerr Theatre, Broadway|
|1995||A Month in the Country||Ignaty Illyich Shpichelsky||Criterion Center Stage Right, Broadway|
|1997–98||Triumph of Love||Hermocrates||Royale Theatre, Broadway|
|2007||Mauritius||Sterling||The Biltmore Theatre, Broadway|
|2014–15||It's Only a Play||Ira Drew||Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, Broadway|
|1960||The Fantasticks||The Actor (Henry)||Sullivan Street Playhouse, Off-Broadway|
|1969||Tonight in Living Color||Jonathan||Actors' Playhouse, Off-Broadway|
|1971||The Survival of St. Joan||Performer||Anderson Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|1971||Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone?||The Men||Eastside Playhouse, Broadway|
|1974||Bad Habits||Roy Pitt/Mr. Blum||Astor Place Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|1976||Sexual Perversity in Chicago
The Duck Variations
|Bernard Litko||Cherry Lane Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|1977||Landscape of the Body||Capt. Holahan||The Public Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1978||The Master and Margarita||Performer||The Public Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1980||The Seagull||Dorn||The Public Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1982||The Caretaker||Davies||23rd Street Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|1982||Antigone||Creon||The Public Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1984||The Golem||Rebbi||Delacorte Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1985||The Madwoman of Chaillot||Ragpicker||Theatre at St. Peter's Church, Off-Broadway|
|1986||Twelfth Night||Malvolio||Delacorte Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1987||A Midsummer Night's Dream||Bottom||The Public Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1988||Waiting for Godot||Pozzo||Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, Off-Broadway|
|1992||A Life in the Theatre||Robert||Jewish Repertory Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|1996||King Lear||Lear||The Public Theater, Off-Broadway|
|2003||Trumbo: Red White and Blacklisted||Dalton Trumbo||Westside Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2006||An Oak Tree||Father||Barrow Street Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2007||The Jew of Malta||Barabas||The Duke on 42nd Street, Off-Broadway|
|2007||The Merchant of Venice||Shylock||The Duke on 42nd Street, Off-Broadway|
|2008||Almost an Evening||Control/God Who Judges||Bleeker Street Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2009||Offices||Cassady/Bum||Linda Gross Theater, Off-Broadway|
|2011||The Merchant of Venice||Shylock||National Tour|
|2012||Galileo||Galileo||Classic Stage Company, Off-Broadway|
|2012||The Golden Age||Gioacchino Rossini||New York City Center, Off-Broadway|
|2014||The Threepenny Opera||Mr. Peachum||Linda Gross Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2016||White Rabbit Red Rabbit||Performer||Westside Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2016||Nathan the Wise||Nathan||Classic Stage Company, Off-Broadway|
|2018||Good for Otto||Barnard||Pershing Square Signature Center, Off-Broadway|
|1996||Tolstoy||Leo Tolstoy||Aldwych Theatre|
|2017||The Mentor||Benjamin Rubin||Vaudeville Theatre|
Awards and nominations
|1980||Drama Desk Award||Outstanding Actor in a Play||Teibele and Her Demon||Nominated|
|1984||Obie Award||Best Performance||Uncle Vanya||Won|
|1992||Drama Desk Award||Outstanding Actor in a Play||A Life in the Theatre||Nominated|
|2011||Obie Award||Sustained Excellence of Performance||The Merchant of Venice||Won|
|2015||Drama Desk Award||Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play||It's Only a Play||Nominated|
|1985||Academy Award||Best Actor||Amadeus||Won|
|1985||Golden Globe Award||Best Actor - Drama||Won|
|1986||British Academy Film Awards||Best Actor||Nominated|
|1985||Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award||Best Actor||Won|
|1985||Albert Schweitzer Award||Classic Film Acting||Won|
|2015||Screen Actors Guild Award||Outstanding Cast - Motion Picture||The Grand Budapest Hotel||Nominated|
|2015||Georgia Film Critics Association||Best Ensemble||Won|
|2015||Southern Film Critics Association||Best Ensemble||Won|
|2015||Phoenix Film Critics Association||Best Ensemble Acting||Nominated|
|2015||San Diego Film Critics Society||Best Ensemble||Nominated|
|2015||Washington D.C. Film Critics Association||Best Acting Ensemble||Nominated|
|2015||Central Ohio Film Critics||Best Ensemble||Won|
|2015||Detroit Film Critics Society||Best Ensemble||Won|
|2015||Primetime Emmy Award||Outstanding Guest Actor - Drama Series||Homeland||Nominated|
|2014||Screen Actors Guild Award||Outstanding Ensemble - Drama Series||Nominated|
In July 2004, during a ceremony in Rome, he was awarded the "Premio per gli Italiani nel Mondo". This is a prize distributed by the Marzio Tremaglia foundation and the Italian government to Italian emigrants and their descendants who have distinguished themselves abroad.
In 2009, he was recognized by the Alumni Association of the City College of New York with John H. Finley Award in recognition of exemplary dedicated service to the City of New York.
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