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(1997) Radio commercial: Northwest Airlines.

(1995) TV commercials: Chevrolet cars/trucks (voice).

(1998) TV commercial (voice): Iridium - worldwide phone service.

TV commercial (voice): AIG Auto Insurance.

(2003) TV commercial (voice): Disney World.

TV commercial (voice): General Electric

(2004) TV commercial: Suburu Motors (voice only).

(2004) Stage: Appeared (as "Oscar Jaffe" in "Twentieth Century" on Broadway.

Stage: Appeared (as "Stanley Kowalski") in "A Streetcar Named Desire" on Broadway.

(2004) TV commercial (voice): MTV.

TV commercial (voice): Sony

(2006) Stage: Appears (as "Ed") in "Entertaining Mr. Sloane" by Joe Orton (Laura Pels Theatre, New York City).

TV commercial (oice-overs): Blockbuster

(2008) TV commercial: Hulu.com

(2005) Stage: Appeared (as "Luther Billis") in "South Pacific", a musical by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan, based on James A. Michener's novel "Tales of the South Pacific" (Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York).

(2010) Wrote Introduction for "The Complete Peanuts: 1977 to 1978" by Charles M. Schulz, Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, ISBN 1-60699-375-5

(1986) Stage: Appeared (as "Dennis"; Broadway debut) in "Loot" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Joe Orton. Directed by John Tillinger. Music Box Theatre: 7 Apr 1986-28 Mar 1986 (96 performances + 5 previews that began on 3 Apr 1985). Cast: Zeljko Ivanek (as "Hal"), Charles Keating (as "McLeavy"), Joseph Maher (as "Truscott"), Nick Ullett (as "Meadows"), Zoë Wanamaker (as "Fay"). Standbys: Selena Carey-Jones (as "Fay"), Nick Ullett (as "McLeavy, Truscott"), Steven Weber (as "Dennis/Hal/Meadows"). Produced by David Merrick Arts Foundation, Charles P. Kopelman (earliest Broadway credit] and Mark Simon (earliest Broadway credit). Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in this production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).

Serious Money (1988). Satire. Written by Caryl Churchill. Choral Director: Allan Corduner [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Max Stafford-Clark. Royale Theatre: 9 Feb 1988- 20 Feb 1988 (15 performances + 21 previews that began on 20 Jan 1988). Cast: Valerie Bahakel, Alec Baldwin (as "Grimes"), Allan Corduner (as "Durkfeld/Greville Todd/ Duckett/Soat/Gleason/Christine Dunford") [Broadway debut], Cordelia González (as "Jacinta Condor") [Broadway debut], Gregory Jbara (as "LIFFE Member and Trader"), Melinda Mullins, 'Olivia Negrón' (as "LIFFE Member and Trader"), Kate Nelligan (as "Marilou Baines"), John Pankow, Liann Pattison, Wendell Pierce (as "Marrison/T.K., Nigel Aiibala"), Stephen Rowe, Michael Rudko (as "LIFFE Member and Trader") [Broadway debut], Harold Surratt, Michael Wincott (as "Jake Todd/Frosby/Grevett") [Broadway debut]. Produced by Joseph Papp. Produced in association with The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President). Associate Producer: Jason Steven Cohen.

A Streetcar Named Desire (1992). Drama (revival). Written by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Gregory Mosher. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 12 Apr 1992- 9 Aug 1992 (137 performances + 31 previews that began on 17 Mar 1992). Cast: Alec Baldwin (as "Stanley Kowalski"), Jessica Lange (as "Blanche Du Bois"), Timothy Carhart (as "Harold Mitchell/Mitch"), Amy Madigan (as "Stella Kowalski"), Susan Aston (as "A Woman/AKA Nurse"), William Cain (as "A Man/AKA Doctor"), 'Sol Echeverria' (as "Mexican Woman/AKA Flower Vendor"), James Gandolfini (as "Steve Hubbell"), Edwina Lewis (as "Negro Woman"), Matt McGrath (as "Young Collector"), Lázaro Pérez (as "Pablo Gonzales"), Aida Turturro (as "Eunice Hubbell"). Produced by Gregory Mosher, James Walsh, Capital Cities/ABC Inc., Suntory International Corporation and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).

Short Talks on the Universe (2002). Special.

(2009-10) Radio: Host of "The New York Philharmonic This Week," radio series.

(2011-2013) Large series (literally dozens) of TV commercials for "Capital One Venture" credit card as a caricature of himself in various guises, including as: a restaurant waiter, an airline pilot, a man riding on a luggage conveyor belt, a school teacher, a college professor, a secret agent, an actor, a police officer, a friend of historic Viking Barbarians, and many others.

(2011- ) Radio program WNYC (93.9/820) : "Here's The Thing" - Host/Interviewer

(April 2013) Took part in NY Times "Times Talk" panel on "Ensemble Acting" with fellow cast members Ben Foster and Tom Sturridge from their Broadway drama "Orphans'.

(September-October 2013) TV commercial with Ed Schultz to announce and promote his new talk show "Up Late With Alec Baldwin" Friday's at 10 PM on MSNBC beginning October 11, 2013.


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