Knowledge Identifier: +Warren_Beatty
He received a Tony award nomination for Best Actor and received a 1960 Theatre World award for his performance in William Inge's "A Loss of Roses"
Joan Marshall - Marshall continued guest starring in episodic television throughout the 1960s before her last role in the 1975 film "Shampoo" with Warren Beatty
Jack Sahakian - Being a hairdresser to the stars, such as Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty, this led to small roles in a couple movies, Billy Wilder's "Irma la Douce" starring Jack Lemmon and MacLaine for United Artists and "Move Over, Darling" starring Doris Day and James Garner for 20th Century Fox, both released in 1963
In 1968, he campaigned with Senator Robert F. Kennedy in his bid for the Democratic nomination
Heaven Can Wait (1978 film) - "'Heaven Can Wait"' is a 1978 American comedy film directed by Warren Beatty and Buck Henry
Jean-Pierre Rampal - Meanwhile, Bolling and Rampal came together again for Bolling's "Picnic Suite" with guitarist Alexander Lagoya, the "Suite No. 2 for Flute and Jazz Piano" , and to perform the instrumental theme song "Goodbye For Now" by Stephen Sondheim for "Reds", Warren Beatty's Oscar-winning 1981 movie about the Communist revolution in Russia
Paul Sorvino - In 1981, Sorvino played the role of Italian-American communist Louis C. Fraina in Warren Beatty's epic film "Reds
Henry Miller - Late in life, Miller filmed with Warren Beatty for the 1981 film "Reds", which was directed by Beatty
Stephen Sondheim - Sondheim has written material for movies, including the 1981 Warren Beatty film "Reds", for which he contributed the song "Goodbye For Now"
Reds (film) - "'Reds"' is a 1981 epic film that was co-written, produced, and directed by Warren Beatty
Isabelle Adjani - Adjani was romantically linked to actor Warren Beatty from 1986 to 1987, and Daniel Day Lewis from 1989 to 1995
Following "Reds", Beatty did not appear in a film for five years until his comeback in 1987's "Ishtar", written and directed by Elaine May
Hal Ashby - While they remained married until his death in 1988, the two had separated by the mid-seventies, with Marshall never forgiving Ashby, along with Warren Beatty and Robert Towne, for dramatizing certain unflattering elements of her life in "Shampoo"
Sean Astin - Astin continued to appear in films throughout the 1990s, including the Showtime science fiction film "Harrison Bergeron" , the Gulf War film "Courage Under Fire" , and the Warren Beatty political satire "Bulworth"
James Tolkan - He appeared as Big Boy Caprice's accountant "Numbers" in the 1990 Warren Beatty film "Dick Tracy"
Stephen Sondheim - His compositional efforts have included a number of film scores, notably a set of songs written for Warren Beatty's 1990 film version of "Dick Tracy"; one song, "Sooner or Later " , won Sondheim an Academy *award
Kathy Bates - In 1990, she would appear again with Hoffman in Warren Beatty's "Dick Tracy" as a stenographer
Dick Van Dyke - Twenty-one years later in 1990, Van Dyke, whose usual role had been the amiable hero, took a small but villainous turn as the crooked D.A. Fletcher in Warren Beatty's film "Dick Tracy
Elliott Gould - Gould received critical praise for his performances as an aging mobster in Warren Beatty's 1991 film "Bugsy" and as the boyfriend of the protagonist's mother in "American History X"
Beatty married actress Annette Bening on March 12, 1992
In 2001, he made his last film appearance to date in "Town and Country", directed by Peter Chelsom and produced by Simon Fields, which received mixed reviews and did not fare well commercially
Diane Keaton - In 2001, Keaton co-starred with Warren Beatty in "Town & Country", a critical and financial fiasco
In 2004, he received the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C., and the Milestone award from the Producers Guild of America
He was named Honorary Chairman of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in 2006
He was honored with the American Film Institute's Life Achievement award in 2008
Stephen Sondheim - The performers included: Laura Benanti, Matt Cavenaugh, Michael Cerveris, Victoria Clark, Jenn Colella, Jason Danieley, Alexander Gemignani, Joanna Gleason, Nathan Gunn, George Hearn, Patti LuPone, Marin Mazzie, Audra McDonald, John McMartin, Donna Murphy, Karen Olivo, Laura Osnes, Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Bobby Steggert, Elaine Stritch, Jim Walton, Chip Zien, the 2009 Broadway revival cast of West Side Story and a ballet performed by Blaine Hoven and Maria Riccetto set to Stephen Sondheim's score of Warren Beatty's "Reds"
Shampoo (film) - According to the 2010 book "Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America" by Peter Biskind, the screenwriter Towne based the character on Beverly Hills hairdresser Gene Shacove
In March 2013 he was inducted into the California Hall of Fame
On November 18, 2015, Carly Simon revealed that the second verse of her hit song "You're So Vain" was about Beatty
Howard Hughes - However in 2015, Beatty will play as Hughes with an ensemble cast in "Untitled Warren Beatty project" in which he directed
Haley Bennett - She will appear in "Fathers and Daughters" , and Warren Beatty's untitled project, which is set for release in 2015
Marisa Tomei - The events of the 2017 Oscars ceremony, where a screwup led to Warren Beatty getting a card that led him to believe that La La Land had won Best Picture, only for a on-stage PwC worker to interrupt with the card that showed the Best Picture winner was Moonlight confirmed for good that Reed's story was completely false and bankrupt
In 2018, Beatty and Dunaway returned to present Best Picture at the 90th Academy Awards, making jokes about the previous year's flub