Sydney Pollack

At the [[Metropolitan Opera House (Lincoln Center)|Metropolitan Opera House]], 2006 Sydney Irwin Pollack (July 1, 1934 – May 26, 2008) was an American film director, producer, and actor. Pollack is known for directing commercially and critically acclaimed studio films. Over his forty year career he received numerous accolades including two Academy Awards and a Primetime Emmy Award as well as nominations for three Golden Globe Awards and six BAFTA Awards.

Pollack won the Academy Award for Best Director and Best Picture for ''Out of Africa'' (1985). He was also nominated for Best Director Oscars for ''They Shoot Horses, Don't They?'' (1969), and ''Tootsie'' (1982). Pollack's other notable films include ''Jeremiah Johnson'' (1972), ''The Way We Were'' (1973), ''Three Days of the Condor'' (1975), ''Absence of Malice'' (1981), ''The Firm'' (1993), and ''Sabrina'' (1995).

Pollack produced and acted in ''Michael Clayton'' (2007), and produced numerous films such as ''The Fabulous Baker Boys'' (1989), ''Sense and Sensibility'' (1995), ''The Talented Mr. Ripley'' (1999), ''Iris'' (2001), ''Cold Mountain'' (2003) and ''The Reader'' (2008). Pollack also acted in Robert Altman's ''The Player'' (1992), Woody Allen's ''Husbands and Wives'' (1993), and Stanley Kubrick's ''Eyes Wide Shut'' (1999). Provided by Wikipedia
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