Carrie Coon
(Movies & TV)
Marisa Tomei
(Movies & TV)
Tina Landau
Melissa Leo
(Movies & TV)
Annette Bening
(Movies & TV)
Michael McKean
Philip Roth

See also

Tracy Letts

Knowledge Identifier: +Tracy_Letts


Tracy Letts

Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma to best-selling author Billie Letts (née Gipson) and the late college professor and actor Dennis Letts add

Category: Literature

Born in 1980.

Countries: United States (80%), United Kingdom (7%), Nebraska (7%)

Main connections: Carrie Coon, Marisa Tomei, Tina Landau

Linked to: Durant High School, Steppenwolf Theater Company, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Roundabout Theatre Company




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Tracy Letts was born in 1980 add something


Tina Landau - She made her Broadway debut directing the 2001 revival of "Bells Are Ringing" with Faith Prince, and in 2009 she returned to Broadway with the Steppenwolf production of Tracy Letts' "Superior Donuts"


In 2004, Letts was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play, "Man from Nebraska" add something


In 2007, Letts wrote, executive produced and starred in a short film entitled "Cop Show", directed by Leo Benvenuti and Steve Rudnick and starring Danny Pudi add something


It had premiered in Chicago in 2007, before moving to New York add something


It opened on Broadway in 2007 and ran into 2009 add something


Michael McKean - In 2009, he starred in the Chicago-based Steppenwolf Theatre Company's production of "Superior Donuts", by playwright Tracy Letts


In 2012-2013, Letts appeared in the 50th Anniversary Broadway revival of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf-", as originally presented by the Steppenwolf Theater Company add something


He was nominated, with the rest of the cast, for an "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series" award from the Screen Actors Guild in 2013 add something


In 2013, Letts was nominated, along with the rest of the cast of Showtime's "Homeland", for an "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series" Screen Actors Guild award add something


Letts married actress Carrie Coon, a costar in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf-," in September of 2013 add something


On June 9, 2013, he received the Tony award for Best Actor in a Play for his performance as George in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf-" add something


Letts married actress Carrie Coon, a co-star in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf-," in September 2013 add something


Carrie Coon - In 2013, Coon married actor and playwright Tracy Letts whom she starred alongside in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" the previous year


Carrie Coon - She participated in readings for her husband Tracy Letts' 2015-2016 season play "Mary Page Marlowe" and is in talks to perform in the production in Chicago if her filming schedule with "The Leftovers" permits


The Big Short (film) - On April 21, 2015, more cast was revealed by "Deadline" including Melissa Leo, Marisa Tomei, Tracy Letts, Hamish_Linklater, John Magaro, Byron Mann, Rafe Spall, Jeremy Strong and Finn Wittrock


Letts co-starred as the assertive Dean Caudwell in "Indignation" , an adaptation of Philip Roth's 2008 novel of the same name add something


In 2017, Letts starred in three critically acclaimed films: "The Lovers", "Lady Bird", and "The Post" add something


In 2018, Letts was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play "The Minutes" add something


On November 2, 2018, HBO renewed the show for a third season add something


In 2019, Letts will appear in the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" with Annette Bening at Roundabout Theatre Company's American Airlines Theatre add something


The show will officially open April 22, 2019 and is set to close June 23, 2019 add something