Mandel Bruce Patinkin is an American actor and singer known for his work on stage and on screen.
|Born||Mandel Bruce Patinkin, November 30, 1952, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|
|Other names||Mandel Bruce Patinkin, Mardy Marterson|
|Education||University of Kansas, Lawrence, Juilliard School|
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Tony Award winner for his performance as Che in Evita on Broadway in 1979, who also starred as Inigo Montoya in the iconic film The Princess Bride.
He was raised in a conservative Jewish family, and started singing in synagogue choirs at age thirteen. He later attended Julliard with fellow actor Kelsey Grammer.
He won an Emmy Award in 1995 for his role on the medical drama series Chicago Hope, and he later received acclaim for his role as Saul Berenson on the Showtime series Homeland.
His cousins include Mark Patinkin, author and syndicated journalist, and Sheldon Patinkin, on of the founders of The Second City comedy troupe. In 1980 he married Kathryn Grody and together they had two children.
Rob Reiner directed him in his memorable performance in The Princess Bride.
- Outstanding Lead Actor's Performance in Emmy Award-winning Drama Series
- Artists from Nonesuch Records
- American actor Shakespearian
- American Buddhists
- Chicago male actor
Latest information about Mandy Patinkin updated on June 07 2021.