1. Alan Alda is right when he says "there are many ways to celebrate the holidays.
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21. Alan Alda started out performing in a summer stock theater in Pennsylvania when he was 16 years old.
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23. Alan Alda worked in front of and behind the camera for the dramatic comedy The Four Seasons with Carol Burnett.
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24. Alan Alda wrote and starred in the political drama The Seduction of Joe Tynan with Meryl Streep.
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25. Alan Alda was born on January 28, 1936, in New York City.
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26. Alan Alda was awarded the National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal in 2016 "for his extraordinary application of the skills honed as an actor to communicating science on television and stage, and by teaching scientists innovative techniques that allow them to tell their stories to the public.
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27. Alan Alda is on the advisory board of the Future of Life Institute.
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39. Alan Alda was nominated for 21 Emmy Awards, and won five.
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40. In early 1972, Alan Alda auditioned for and was selected to play the role of Hawkeye Pierce in the TV adaptation of the 1970 film MASH.
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47. Alan Alda has an avid interest in cosmology, and participated in BBC coverage of the opening of the Large Hadron Collider, at CERN, Geneva, in September 2008.
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49. In early 2005, Alan Alda starred as Shelly Levene in the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, for which he received a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Play.
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52. In August 2006, Alan Alda won an Emmy for his portrayal of Vinick in the final season of The West Wing.
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54. Alan Alda has appeared frequently in the films of Woody Allen, and was a guest star five times on ER, playing Dr Kerry Weaver's mentor, Gabriel Lawrence.
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