Sam Waterston on screen and stage

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A photograph of Waterston attending his Hollywood Walk of Fame awarding ceremony in January 2010
Waterston at his Hollywood Walk of Fame awarding ceremony in January 2010

Sam Waterston is an American actor who made his film debut in the 1965 drama The Plastic Dome of Norma Jean.[1] Waterston has appeared in numerous films, television shows as well as on stage during his career. One of his early film roles was as a shoe salesman in the television drama film The Glass Menagerie (1973), for which he received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.[2][3] Waterston went on to appear as bond salesman Nick Carraway in the 1974 feature film version of The Great Gatsby, which earned him two Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actor, and New Star of the Year.[4]

In 1980 Waterston's portrayal of American theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer in the television miniseries Oppenheimer saw him earn another Golden Globe nomination.[4] Two years later, Waterston played American journalist Sydney Schanberg in the 1984 British drama The Killing Fields, opposite Haing S. Ngor and John Malkovich – for his performance Waterston received an Academy Award for Best Actor nomination.[5][6] His other biographical roles include Heaven's Gate as Old West figure Frank Canton (1980) and as President Abraham Lincoln in the miniseries Lincoln (1988), the 1990 documentary miniseries The Civil War, and the play Abe Lincoln in Illinois.[7] His performance in the last of these garnered him a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play.[8]

Waterston portrayed a district attorney in drama television series I'll Fly Away (1991–93), for which he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama.[4][9] In 1994, he made his first appearance as district attorney Jack McCoy in the police procedural and legal drama show Law & Order. Waterston went on to become its second longest-running cast member starring in the show till its cancellation in 2010.[10] The role won him a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, and several Emmy, and Golden Globe nominations.[2][4][10] He has also made guest appearances as his character in other crime drama series, Homicide: Life on the Street (1997, 99), Exiled: A Law & Order Movie (1998), and spin-offs Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2000, 07, 10) and Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005).[7] Waterston portrayed the president of a fictional news corporation on political drama The Newsroom (2012–14).[11][12]

Waterston has also appeared in a numerous stage productions, both Broadway and off-Broadway, such as La Turista (1967), Halfway Up the Tree (1967), Henry IV, Part 1, as well as Henry IV, Part 2 (1968), Hamlet (1972, 1975–76, 2008), Much Ado About Nothing (1972–73, 2004), The Tempest (1974, 2015), Measure for Measure (1976) and King Lear (2011).[7]

Film

Title Year Role Director Notes Ref(s)
The Plastic Dome of Norma Jean 1965 Andy Juleen Compton [13] [14]
Fitzwilly 1967 Oliver Delbert Mann [15] [16]
Generation 1969 Desmond George Schaefer [17] [18]
Three 1969 Taylor James Salter [19] [20]
Cover Me Babe 1970 Cameraman Noel Black [21] [22]
Who Killed Mary What's 'Er Name? 1971 Alex Ernest Pintoff [23] [24]
Savages 1972 James James Ivory [25] [26]
Mahoney's Last Stand 1972 Felix Harvey Hart Also known as Mahoney's Estate [27] [28]
The Great Gatsby 1974 Nick Carraway Jack Clayton [29] [30]
Rancho Deluxe 1975 Cecil Colson Frank Perry [31] [32]
Journey into Fear 1975 Mr. Graham Daniel Mann [33] [34]
Sweet Revenge 1976 Le Clerq Jerry Schatzberg Also known as Dandy, the All American Girl [35] [36]
Capricorn One 1977 Lieutenant Colonel Peter Willis, USAF Peter Hyams [37] [38]
Interiors 1978 Mike Woody Allen [39] [40]
Eagle's Wing 1979 White Bull Anthony Harvey [41] [42]
Sweet William 1980 William Claude Whatham [43] [44]
Hopscotch 1980 Joe Cutter Ronald Neame [45] [46]
Heaven's Gate 1980 Frank Canton Michael Cimino [47] [48]
The Killing Fields 1984 Sydney Schanberg Roland Joffé [49] [50]
Warning Sign 1985 Cal Morse Hal Barwood [51] [52]
Hannah and Her Sisters 1986 David Woody Allen Uncredited [53] [54]
Just Between Friends 1986 Harry Crandall Allan Burns [55] [56]
Flagrant désir 1986 Inspector Gerry Morrison Claude Faraldo Also known as Trade Secrets [57] [58]
Des Teufels Paradies 1987 Mr. Jones Vadim Glowna Also known as Devil's Paradise [59] [60]
September 1987 Peter Woody Allen [61] [62]
Welcome Home 1989 Woody Franklin Schaffner [63] [64]
Crimes and Misdemeanors 1989 Ben Woody Allen [65] [66]
Mindwalk 1990 Jack Edwards Bernt Capra [67] [68]
A Captive in the Land 1991 Rupert Royce John Berry [69] [70]
The Man in the Moon 1991 Matthew Trant Robert Mulligan [71] [72]
Serial Mom 1994 Eugene Sutphin, DDS John Waters [73] [74]
The Journey of August King 1995 Mooney Wright John Duigan Also producer [75] [76]
Nixon 1995 Richard Helms Oliver Stone Scenes featured only in the director's cut version [77] [78]
The Proprietor 1996 Harry Bancroft Ismail Merchant [79] [80]
Shadow Conspiracy 1997 President of the United States George P. Cosmatos [81] [82]
Le Divorce 2003 Chester Walker James Ivory [83] [84]
The Commission 2003 J. Lee Rankin Mark Sobel [85] [86]
Please Be Normal 2014 Dad Haik Kocharian [87] [88]
Anesthesia 2015 Professor Walter Zarrow Tim Blake Nelson [89] [90]
Miss Sloane 2016 John Madden [91]

Television

Title Year(s) Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Dr. Kildare 1965 Mark Jud Taylor Episodes: "Life in the Dance Hall: F-U-N", "Enough La Boheme for Everybody" [92] [93]
N.Y.P.D. 1967 Marco John Moxey Episode: "Murder for Infinity" [94] [95]
Much Ado About Nothing 1973 Benedick Nick Havinga Television film [96] [97]
The Glass Menagerie 1973 Tom Wingfield Anthony Harvey Television film [98] [99]
Reflections of Murder 1974 Michael Elliott John Badham Television film [100] [101]
Friendly Fire 1979 C. D. B. Bryan David Greene Television film [102] [103]
Oppenheimer 1980 J. Robert Oppenheimer Barry Davis 7 episodes
Miniseries
First broadcast in the United States in 1982
[104] [105]
Q.E.D. 1982 Professor Quentin Everett Deverill Various 6 episodes [106] [107]
Games Mother Never Taught You 1982 David Bentells Lee Philips Television film [108] [109]
Freedom to Speak 1982 Theodore Roosevelt Sid Smith 12 episodes
Miniseries
[110]
[111]
In Defense of Kids 1983 Paul Wilcox Gene Reynolds Television film [112]
[113]
Dempsey 1983 Doc Kearns Gus Trikonis Television film [114]
[115]
The Boy Who Loved Trolls 1984 Ofoeti Harvey Laidman Television film [116]
[117]
Finnegan Begin Again 1985 Paul Broadbent Joan Micklin Silver Television film [118]
[119]
Love Lives On 1985 Bernie Larry Peerce Television film [120]
[121]
The Fifth Missile 1986 Captain Allard Renslow Larry Peerce Television film [122]
[123]
Amazing Stories 1986 Jordan Manmouth Martin Scorsese Episode: "Mirror, Mirror" [124]
[125]
The Room Upstairs 1987 Travis Coles Stuart Margolin Television film [126]
[127]
Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami 1988 Jim Delmore Jeff Bleckner Television film [128]
[129]
Lincoln 1988 Abraham Lincoln Lamont Johnson Miniseries [130]
[131]
The Nightmare Years 1989 William L. Shirer Anthony Page Miniseries [132]
[133]
Lantern Hill 1990 Andrew Stuart Kevin Sullivan Television film [134]
[135]
The Civil War 1990 Abraham Lincoln Ken Burns Voice role
9 episodes
Miniseries documentary
[136]
[137]
I'll Fly Away 1991–93 Forrest Bedford Various 38 episodes
Also directed episode "Since Walter" (1992)
[138]
[139]
Warburg: A Man of Influence 1992 Siegmund Warburg Moshé Mizrahi Miniseries [140]
[141]
Tales from the Crypt 1993 G. G. Devoe Kyle MacLachlan Episode: "As Ye Sow" [142]
[143]
I'll Fly Away: Then and Now 1993 Forrest Bedford Ian Sander Television film [144]
[145]
Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker 1994 Daniel Chamberlain Harry Moses Television film [146]
[147]
David's Mother 1994 John Nils Robert Allan Ackerman Television film [148]
[149]
The Enemy Within 1994 President WIlliam Foster Jonathan Darby Television film [150]
[151]
Law & Order 1994–2010 Jack McCoy Various 368 episodes [152]
[153]
Homicide: Life on the Street 1997, 99 Jack McCoy Ed Sherin Episodes: "Baby, It's You", "Sideshow" [154]
[155]
Miracle at Midnight 1998 Doctor Karl Koster Ken Cameron Television film [156]
[157]
Exiled: A Law & Order Movie 1998 Jack McCoy Jean de Segonzac Television film [158]
[159]
Family Guy 2000 Doctor Bruce Kaplan Jack Dyer
Dan Povenmire
Voice role
Episodes: "Brian in Love", "The Thin White Line" (uncredited)
[160]
[161]
A House Divided 2000 David Dickson John Kent Harrison Television film
Also producer
[162]
[163]
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2000, 07, 10 Jack McCoy Ed Sherin
David Platt
Peter Leto
Episodes: "Entitled: Part 1", "Blinded", "Torch" [164]
[165]
[166]
The Matthew Shepard Story 2002 Dennis Shepard Roger Spottiswoode Television film [167]
[168]
Law & Order: Trial by Jury 2005 Jack McCoy Jean de Segonzac
David Platt
Episodes: "The Abominable Snowman", "Skeleton" [169]
[170]
Masters of Science Fiction 2007 Robert Havelmann Mark Rydell Episode: "A Clean Escape" [171]
[172]
The National Parks: America's Best Idea 2009 Reader Ken Burns Episodes: "The Empire of Grandeur (1915–19)", "Going Home (1920–33) [173]
[174]
Prohibition 2011 Reader Ken Burns
Lynn Novick
Episodes: "A Nation of Drunkards", "A Nation of Scofflaws", "A Nation of Hypocrites"
Miniseries documentary
[175]
[176]
The Newsroom 2012–14 Charlie Skinner Various 25 episodes [177]
[178]
Jo 2013 David Zifkin Kristoffer Nyholm Episode: "Le Marais" [179]
[180]
Grace and Frankie 2015–present Sol Bergstein Various 24 episodes [181]
[182]
Godless 2017 Marshal John Cook Scott Frank [183]

Narrator

Title Year Notes Ref(s)
Nova 1987 Episode: "Freud Under Analysis" [184]
[185]
American Experience 1988 Episode: "Views of a Vanishing Frontier" [186]
[187]
Lost Civilizations 1995 Documentary [188]
[189]
The Unfinished Journey 1999 Documentary short film [190]
[191]
Moment of Impact: Stories of the Pulitzer Prize Photographs 1999 Documentary [192]
[193]
The Last Boat Out 2010 Documentary short film [194]
[195]
The Path to Violence 2013 Documentary [196]
[197]
Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen 2013 Documentary [198]
[199]
Dateline: Saigon 2015 Documentary [200]
[201]

Theater

Title Year Role Director(s) Venue Ref(s)
Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad 1962 Bellboy Jerome Robbins Phoenix Repertory Theatre [202]
[203]
As You Like It 1963 Silvius Gerald Freedman Delacorte Theater [204]
[205]
Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad 1963 Jonathan Jerome Robbins Morosco Theatre [205]
[206]
Thistle in My Bed 1963 Wessy Howard Da Silva Gramercy Arts Theatre [207]
[208]
The Knack 1964–66 Colin[a] Mike Nichols New Theatre [205]
[209]
Fitz/ Biscuit 1966 Woodfin (Fitz) Frank Corsaro Circle in the Square Theatre [205]
[210]
La Turista 1967 Kent Jacques Levy Theater at St. Clement's Church [211]
[212]
Posterity for Sale 1967 Aburbio Rocco Bufano Theater at St. Clement's Church [205]
[213]
Halfway Up the Tree 1967 Robert Peter Ustinov Brooks Atkinson Theatre [214]
[215]
Ergo 1968 Aslan Gerald Freedman Joseph Papp Public Theater/Anspacher Theater [205]
[216]
Muzeeka / Red Cross 1968 Jack Argue (Muzeeka) / Jim (Red Cross) Melvin Bernhardt
Jacques Levy
Provincetown Playhouse [205]
[217]
[218]
Henry IV, Part 1 1968 Prince Hal Gerald Freedman Delacorte Theater [219]
[220]
Henry IV, Part 2 1968 Prince Hal Gerald Freedman Delacorte Theater [219]
[221]
Spitting Image 1969 Gary Rogers Michael Gil Lucille Lortel Theatre [222]
[223]
Indians 1969–70 John Grass Gene Frankel Brooks Atkinson Theatre [224]
[225]
Hay Fever 1970 Simon Bliss Arvin Brown Helen Hayes Theatre [226]
[227]
The Trial of the Catonsville Nine 1971 Thomas Lewis Gordon Davidson Lyceum Theatre [228]
[229]
The Tale of Cymbeline 1971 Cloten A. J. Antoon Delacorte Theater [230]
[231]
Hamlet 1972 Laertes Gerald Freedman Delacorte Theater [232]
[233]
Much Ado About Nothing 1972–73 Benedick A. J. Antoon Winter Garden Theatre [234]
[235]
The Tempest 1974 Prospero Edward Berkeley Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater [236]
[237]
A Doll's House 1975 Torvald Helmer Tormod Skagestad Vivian Beaumont Theater [238]
[239]
Hamlet 1975 Prince Hamlet / Ghost Michael Rudman Delacorte Theater [240]
[241]
Hamlet 1975–76 Prince Hamlet Michael Rudman Vivian Beaumont Theater [242]
[243]
Measure for Measure 1976 Duke Vincentio John Pasquin Delacorte Theater [244]
[245]
Chez Nous 1977 Phil Lynne Meadow Stage 73 [246]
[247]
Lunch Hour 1980–81 Oliver Mike Nichols Ethel Barrymore Theatre [248]
[249]
Gardenia 1982 Joshua Hickman Karel Reisz Stage 73 [250]
[251]
Three Sisters 1982–83 Aleksandr Ignatyevich Vershinin Lynne Meadow New York City Center [252]
[253]
Benefactors 1985–86 David Kitzinger Michael Blakemore Brooks Atkinson Theatre [254]
[255]
A Walk in the Woods 1988 John Honeyman Des McAnuff Booth Theatre [256]
[257]
Love Letters 1989 Andrew Makepeace Ladd III[b] John Tillinger Promenade Theatre [258]
[259]
The Master Builder 1990–91 Halvard Solness Mark Lamos Hartford Stage [260]
[261]
Abe Lincoln in Illinois 1993–94 Abraham Lincoln Gerald Gutierrez Vivian Beaumont Theater [262]
[263]
Much Ado About Nothing 2004 Governor Leonato David Esbjornson Delacorte Theater [264]
[265]
Travesties 2005 Henry Carr Gregory Boyd Long Wharf Theatre [266]
[267]
Hamlet 2008 Polonius Oskar Eustis Delacorte Theater [268]
[269]
Have You Seen Us? 2009 Henry Parsons Gordon Edelstein Long Wharf Theatre [270]
[271]
Have You Seen Us? 2010 Henry Parsons[c] Gordon Edelstein Folger Theatre [272]
[273]
The Old Masters 2011 Bernard Berenson Michael Rudman Long Wharf Theatre [274]
[275]
King Lear 2011 Leir of Britain James MacDonald Joseph Papp Public Theater/Newman Theater [276]
[277]
The Tempest 2015 Prospero Michael Greif Delacorte Theater [278]
[279]

Notes

  1. ^ Waterston acted as a replacement actor for Roddy Maude-Roxby.[209]
  2. ^ Waterston acted as a replacement actor for John Rubenstein.[258]
  3. ^ The play was a stage reading.[272]

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