Tony Goldwyn was born on May 20, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, the son of the film producer Samuel Goldwyn Jr. and the grandson of actress Frances Howard and movie magnet, Samuel Goldwyn.
Tony's film debut was in FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VI (1986). Goldwyn was listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors
of 1990" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 42. Tony won an Obie Award in 1991 for his performance in THE
SUM OF US Tony played Neil Armstrong.
Goldwyn's memorable film portrayals have been in character roles. In 1990, he played the best friend in GHOST. He also played in THE LAST SAMURAI  and THE MECHANIC .
He directed the charming sleeper film, A WALK ON THE MOON (1999) with Diane Lane, who plays a bored housewife in 1969, breaking out of her mold, and Vigo Mortensen who plays an intriguing stranger, who proves to be a great lover. Her walk into a new life is juxtaposed with shots from the first moon walk. Tony Roberts directed another 15 films and television projects, as well as serving as producer for two of them.
Tony Goldwyn's other notable credits include...
THE MECHANIC (2011)
THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (2009)
AMERICAN GUN (2005)
GHOSTS NEVER SLEEP (2005)
THE SISTERS (2005)
THE GODFATHER OF GREEN BAY (2005)
AN AMERICAN RHAPSODY (2001)
TARZAN (1999 - voice of Tarzan)
TRACES OF RED (1992)
FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VI (1986)
Tony Goldwyn in THE PELICAN BRIEF (1993)
Tony Goldwyn in GHOST (1990)
Tony Goldwyn in THE
LAST SAMURAI (2003)
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