Philip Baker Hall

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Philip Baker Hall
Philip Baker Hall at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.jpg
Hall at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival
Born(1931-09-10)September 10, 1931
DiedJune 12, 2022(2022-06-12) (aged 90)
Years active1960–2021[1]
Mary-Ella Holst
(m. 1955; div. 1966)

Dianne Lewis
(m. 1973; div. 1976)

Holly Wolfle
(m. 1981)

Philip Baker Hall (September 10, 1931 – June 12, 2022) was an American character actor.

He is known for his collaborations with Paul Thomas Anderson, including Hard Eight (1996), Boogie Nights (1997) and Magnolia (1999). He also starred on leading roles in films, such as Secret Honor (1984) and Duck (2005). Hall had supporting roles in many films, including Say Anything... (1989), The Truman Show (1998), The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), The Insider (1999), The Contender (2000), Bruce Almighty (2003), Dogville (2003), Zodiac (2007), 50/50 (2011) and Argo (2012). He received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Male Lead for his role in Hard Eight and two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture for Boogie Nights and Magnolia.

Hall is also known for his prolific work on television. His early television work includes M*A*S*H, Murder, She Wrote, and Cheers. One of his most memorable television roles was as Lt. Joe Bookman in Seinfeld.[2] He had recurring roles in The Practice, The West Wing, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Modern Family, and BoJack Horseman.

Early life[edit]

Hall was born in Toledo, Ohio.[3][4] His mother was Alice Birdene (née McDonald), and his father, William Alexander Hall, was a factory worker from Montgomery, Alabama.[5][6] He attended the University of Toledo.[4] He served in Germany as a United States Army translator[7] and as a high school teacher.[8]


After his film debut Cowards,[9] he joined the Los Angeles Theatre Center.[1][9] His first television role came for an episode of Good Times.[9] Hall guest starred in episodes of M*A*S*H and Man from Atlantis.[10][11] He had over 200 guest roles since 1977. He played Richard Nixon in the one-character film Secret Honor and reprised his role he had created during the play's original Off-Broadway run.[12] Roger Ebert said about Hall and the film: "Nixon is portrayed by Philip Baker Hall, an actor previously unknown to me, with such savage intensity, such passion, such venom, such scandal, that we cannot turn away. Hall looks a little like the real Nixon; he could be a cousin, and he sounds a little like him. That's close enough. This is not an impersonation, it's a performance."[13] Vincent Canby of The New York Times also said about Hall: "Mr. Hall's immense performance, which is as astonishing and risky – for the chances the actor takes and survives – as that of the Oscar-winning F. Murray Abraham in Amadeus."[14]

In the 1980s, Hall co-starred in various films in supporting roles, including Nothing in Common (1986), Midnight Run (1988), Say Anything... and Ghostbusters II (both 1989). He played "Lt. Joe Bookman", a detective pursuing a long-overdue library book in the Seinfeld episodes, "The Library" and "The Finale".[9] His first Seinfeld appearance led him to be widely lauded as one of the best guest stars on the series, and led to many other jobs.[15]

Hall starred in Paul Thomas Anderson's short film Cigarettes & Coffee, which was adapted into Anderson's directorial debut film Hard Eight (1996). For the film, Hall played a senior gambler who mentors a homeless man (John C. Reilly). Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times said about Hall, "Here is another great performance. He is a man who has been around, who knows casinos and gambling, who finds himself attached to three people he could easily have avoided, who thinks before he acts."[16] Hall was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead. He later starred in Anderson's other films, Boogie Nights (1997) and Magnolia (1999). He was nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Hall starred with Philip Seymour Hoffman in four films.[17]

Hall had turns in a variety of films in the 1990s, including The Rock, The Truman Show, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and The Insider. He co-starred in other films in the 2000s, including Dogville,[9] Zodiac, and Argo.[9] He played Captain Diel in the Rush Hour trilogy (though his scenes were cut from Rush Hour 2 and he was uncredited for the scene in Rush Hour 3).[9][17] Hall had prominent roles in Bruce Almighty, In Good Company, The Amityville Horror, The Matador, You Kill Me, All Good Things, 50/50,[18] and The Sum of All Fears.[9]

Hall starred in the sitcom The Loop.[9] He guest starred in the animated series The Life & Times of Tim. He played a physician in Curb Your Enthusiasm,[9] and appeared in Modern Family.[9] He appeared in an episode of The Newsroom and in a Holiday Inn commercial.[9] For the short film Dear Chickens, he won best actor at Los Angeles Short Festival and at Filmets Badalona Film Festival in Barcelona.[19][20]

Hall also undertook stage work in New York and Los Angeles, but did not appear on Broadway.[4]

Personal life and death[edit]

Hall had two daughters, Patricia and Darcy, with his first wife, Mary-Ella Holst.[4][21] He later married Holly Wolfle, with whom he had two daughters, Adella and Anna.[1] He also had four grandchildren and a brother.[22]

Hall died of emphysema at his home in Glendale, California, on June 12, 2022.[4][22]



Year Title Role Notes
1970 Zabriskie Point Diner owner Debut role, Uncredited[21]
1970 Cowards Father Reis [9][23]
1974 Throw Out the Anchor! Ryan Credited as "Phillip Hall"[24]
1978 Coma Doctor [25]
1980 The Man with Bogart's Face Dr. Inman [21]
1981 Dream On! [26]
1982 The Last Reunion Mike Sills [26]
1984 Secret Honor Richard Nixon [9][23][27]
1986 Nothing in Common Colonial Airlines Executive Uncredited[28]
1987 Three O'Clock High Detective Mulvahill [9]
1988 Midnight Run Sidney [4]
1989 Say Anything... IRS Boss [9][21]
1989 How I Got into College Dean Patterson [24]
1989 Ghostbusters II Police Commissioner [4]
1989 An Innocent Man Judge Kenneth Lavet [4]
1991 Blue Desert Joe [4]
1992 Live Wire Senator Thyme [4]
1993 Cigarettes & Coffee Sydney Short film[9]
1994 The Last Laugh William T. Short film[29][30]
1995 Kiss of Death Big Junior Brown [4]
1996 Eye for an Eye Sidney Hughes [4]
1996 Hard Eight Sydney [9][4]
1996 The Rock Chief Justice Uncredited[4]
1996 The Little Death Detective Snyder [4]
1996 Hit Me Lenny Ish AKA The Ice Cream Dimension[4]
1997 Buddy Minister [26]
1997 Air Force One U.S. Attorney General Andrew Ward [4]
1997 Boogie Nights Floyd Gondolli [9][4]
1998 Sour Grapes Mr. Bell [9][4]
1998 The Truman Show Network Executive [4]
1998 Judas Kiss Pobby Malavero [26]
1998 Rush Hour Captain Diel [4][21]
1998 Enemy of the State Mark Silverberg, Attorney Uncredited[4]
1998 Prequel Vaughn [4]
1998 Psycho Sheriff Chambers [4]
1999 Let the Devil Wear Black Sol Hirsch [4]
1999 Cradle Will Rock Gray Mathers [4]
1999 Implicated John Swayer [26]
1999 The Insider Don Hewitt [9][4][27]
1999 Magnolia Jimmy Gator [9][4][27]
1999 The Talented Mr. Ripley Alvin MacCarron [4][21]
2000 Rules of Engagement General H. Lawrence Hodges [4]
2000 The Contender Oscar Billings [4]
2000 Lost Souls Father James [4][27]
2001 Rush Hour 2 Captain Diel [27] (Scenes deleted[9])
2002 The Sum of All Fears Defense Secretary David Becker [4][27]
2002 A Gentleman's Game Charlie Logan [4]
2003 Die, Mommie, Die! Sol Sussman [4][27]
2003 Dogville Tom Edison Sr. [9][4][27]
2003 Bruce Almighty Jack Baylor [4]
2003 A House on a Hill Harry Mayfield [4]
2004 In Good Company Eugene Kalb [4][21]
2005 The Matador Mr. Randy [4]
2005 A Buck's Worth Voice
Short film[31]
2005 Duck Arthur Pratt [4][27]
2005 The Amityville Horror Father Callaway [4][27]
2005 The Zodiac Chief Frank Perkins [9][4]
2006 The Shaggy Dog Lance Strictland [4][27]
2006 The TV Set Vernon Maxwell [26]
2006 Islander Popper [26]
2007 Zodiac Sherwood Morrill [9][4]
2007 You Kill Me Roman Krzeminski [4]
2007 Rush Hour 3 Captain William Diel Uncredited[9]
2009 The Lodger Captain Smith [4]
2009 Fired Up Coach Byrnes [4]
2009 Wonderful World The Man [4][27]
2010 All Good Things Malvern Bump [26]
2011 The Chicago 8 Judge Julius Hoffman [9]
2011 Mr. Popper's Penguins Franklin [4]
2011 50/50 Alan Lombardo [4][21]
2012 Bending the Rules Herb Gold [26]
2012 People Like Us Ike Rafferty [23]
2012 Departure Date Old Jake [32]
2012 Dog Eat Dog Old man Short film[33]
2012 Argo CIA Director Stansfield Turner Uncredited[21]
2013 Bad Words Dr. William Bowman [27][26]
2014 Playing It Cool Granddad [26]
2017 Person to Person Jimmy [26]
2017 The Last Word Edward [23][21][4]
2018 Dear Chickens Emil Short film[26]


Year Title Role Notes
1975 The Last Survivors Attorney Television film[9]
1975; 1978 Emergency! Oliver Warren / Dr. Scott 2 episodes[21]
1976 Good Times Motel Owner Episode: "J.J.'s Fiancee: Part 2"[9][21]
1976 Mayday at 40,000 Feet! Reporter Television film[4]
1976–77 Visions Boyle / Severson 2 episodes[34]
1977 Man from Atlantis George Episode: "Man from Atlantis"[21]
1977 The Hostage Heart Dr. Harvey Fess Television film[35]
1977 Kill Me If You Can Phillips Television film[35]
1977 M*A*S*H Sergeant Hacker Episode: "The Light That Failed"[21]
1978 The Fitzpatricks Bertram Episode: "A Living Wage"[32]
1978 The Bastard Shopkeeper Miniseries[4]
1978 Terror Out of the Sky Starrett Television film[26]
1979 Samurai Professor Owens Television film[24]
1980 The Waltons Major Gordon Episode: "The Furlough"[21]
1980 The Night the Bridge Fell Down Warren Meech Television film[4]
1980 It's a Living Man in Hotel Room Episode: "The Lois Affair"[36]
1980 Riding for the Pony Express Mr. Durfee Television film[37][38]
1981 This House Possessed Clerk Television film[39]
1982 McClain's Law Mr. Harris Episode: "Takeover"[40]
1982 Quincy, M.E. Deputy DA Marty Shell / Captain Rasmussen 2 episodes[21]
1982 Cagney & Lacey Lieutenant Sweeny Episode: "Hot Line"[21]
1982 T. J. Hooker Judge Wallace Episode: "A Cry for Help"[21]
1982 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Prosecutor / Wilcox 2 episodes[40]
1982 Games Mother Never Taught You Lester Greene Television film[41]
1984 Benson Harrison Fowler Episode: "The Election"[42]
1984 Lottery! Episode: "Houston: Duffy's Choice"[43]
1985 Hardcastle and McCormick Jack Marsh Episode: "Too Rich and Too Thin"[44]
1986 Who Is Julia? Dean May Television film[32]
1987 Mariah James Malone 7 episodes[9][27][4]
1987 The Spirit Sevrin Television film[4]
1987 Miami Vice Judge DeLaporte Episode: "Contempt of Court"[21]
1988 Goddess of Love Detective Charles Television film[4]
1988 Family Ties Dr. Harrison 3 episodes[21]
1989 A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story Judge Blumenfeld Television film[4]
1989 Incident at Dark River Dr. Leo Manus Television film[4]
1989–90 Falcon Crest Ed Meyers 13 episodes[21]
1990 Matlock Judge Episode: "The Mother"[21]
1990 Bagdad Cafe Herb Episode: "This Bird Has Flown"[45]
1991 Murder, She Wrote Len Costner Episode: "Moving Violation"[4][21]
1991 L.A. Law Tom Baker Episode: "He's a Crowd"[21]
1991 Equal Justice Judge S.E. Cleveland Episode: "Do the Wrong Thing"[46]
1991 Dark Justice Winchester Keller Episode: "The Neutralizing Factor"[21]
1991–92 Civil Wars Judge Bianchi 3 episodes[21]
1991; 1998 Seinfeld Lt. Joe Bookman 2 episodes[28]
1992 A Thousand Heroes Sam Gochenour Television film; AKA Crash Landing: The Rescue of Flight 232[47]
1992 Stormy Weathers Dr. Comden Television film[4]
1992 Nurses Mr. Todd Episode: "Playing Doctor"[36]
1993 Cheers City Councilman Kevin Fogerty Episode: "Woody Gets an Election"[21]
1993 Bob Jeweler Episode: "Have Yourself a Married Little Christmas"[4]
1994 M.A.N.T.I.S. 'Smitty' Television film[4]
1994 Empty Nest Jerod Episode: "Brotherly Shove"[4]
1994 The Good Life Mr. Humphreys Episode: "Melissa the Thief"[48]
1994 Roswell Roswell General Television film[36]
1994 Madman of the People Kent Episode: "All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Mad Boy"[49]
1994 Chicago Hope Mr. Wellington Episode: "You Gotta Have Heart"[21]
1994 Hardball Beanball McGee Episode: "Lee's Bad, Bad Day"[50]
1994 Without Warning Dr. Kurt Lowden Television film[26]
1996 Life's Work Judge Conklin Episode: "Contempt"[51]
1996 The John Larroquette Show Mr. Frank Episode: "Napping to Success"[52][36]
1997 3rd Rock from the Sun President Dewey Episode: "Proud Dick"[46]
1997 The Practice Judge Joseph Vinocour 4 episodes[21]
1997–98 Millennium Group Elder 2 episodes[9][53]
1997–98 Michael Hayes William Vaughn 20 episodes[54][55]
1998 Tempting Fate Dr. Bardwell Television film[4]
1998 Witness to the Mob Toddo Aurello Television film[4]
1998 L.A. Doctors Vincent Cattano Episode: "Fear of Flying"[43]
1999 Partners Scarpatti Pilot[56]
2000 The Fugitive Stuart Kimble Episode: "St. Christopher's Prayer"[57]
2000 Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis Aristotle Onassis Television film[4]
2000; 2002 Baby Blues Mr. Thompson / Mr. Saunders (voices) 2 episodes[21]
2001 Pasadena George Reese Greeley 7 episodes[46]
2001 Loomis Episode 1.1: "Pilot"[43]
2002 Path to War Everett Dirksen Television film[4]
2002 Night Visions Dennis Brascom (segment "Cargo") Episode: "Cargo/Switch"[4]
2002 Without a Trace Noah Ridder Episode: "Silent Partner"[46]
2003 Everwood Dr. Donald Douglas 3 episodes[21]
2004 Monk Salvatore Lucarelli Episode: "Mr. Monk Meets the Godfather"[21]
2004 Boston Legal Ernie Dell Episode: "Head Cases"[46]
2004 The West Wing Senator Matt Hunt 2 episodes[21]
2004; 2009 Curb Your Enthusiasm Dr. Morrison 2 episodes[28]
2005 Mrs. Harris Arthur Schulte Television film[4]
2006–07 The Loop Russ 17 episodes[9]
2007 Big Love Ned Johanssen Episode: "Take Me as I Am"[46]
2007 Wildlife Arnie Unaired Pilot[58]
2008 Psych Irving Parker Episode: "Dis-Lodged"[26][46]
2008 Worst Week Reverend Lowell 2 episodes[43]
2009 True Jackson, VP Mr. Jenkins Episode: "Flirting with Fame"[59]
2010 The Life & Times of Tim Norman Walker (voice) Episode: "London Calling/Novelist"[21]
2010 Warren the Ape Dr. Ralph Schwartz Episode: "Rock Opera"[9]
2011–12 Modern Family Walt Kleezak 3 episodes[9]
2012 The Newsroom Bryce DeLancy Episode: "The 112th Congress"[9]
2012 Childrens Hospital Josef Mengele Episode: "A Year in the Life"[9]
2012 Ruth & Erica Harry 8 episodes[60]
2013 Clear History McKenzie Television film[61]
2014 Rake Mitch Markham Episode: "Remembrance of Taxis Past"[62]
2014 Altman Himself Documentary[23][43]
2015 Madam Secretary Ezra Helsinger Episode: "The Necessary Art"[21]
2015 BoJack Horseman Hank Hippopopalous (voice) 2 episodes[21]
2016 Second Chance Old Jimmy Pritchard 5 episodes[4]
2017 Room 104 Charlie Episode: "My Love"[4]
2018 Corporate Arthur Stockheed Episode: "Powerpoint of Death"[4]
2020 Messiah Zelman Katz 6 episodes[4]


Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
1996 Independent Spirit Award Best Male Lead Hard Eight Nominated [63]
1997 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Cast – Motion Picture Boogie Nights Nominated [64]
1997 Florida Film Critics Circle Best Ensemble Won [65]
1999 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Cast – Motion Picture Magnolia Nominated [66]
1999 Florida Film Critics Circle Best Ensemble Won [67]
2001 Broadcast Film Critics Association Alan J. Pakula Award The Contender Won [68]
2012 Hollywood Film Awards Best Ensemble Argo Won [69]


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