Tracy Letts

Tracy Letts (born July 4, 1965) is an American playwright, screenwriter, and actor. He received the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play August: Osage County and a Tony Award for his portrayal of George in the revival of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? He is also known for his portrayal of Andrew Lockhart in seasons 3 and 4 of Showtime's Homeland, for which he has been nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards as a member of the ensemble. He currently portrays Nick on the HBO comedy Divorce. Letts wrote the screenplays of three films adapted from his own plays: Bug and Killer Joe, both directed by William Friedkin, and August: Osage County, directed by John Wells. His 2009 play Superior Donuts was adapted into a television series of the same name which is currently in its second season on CBS.

Geburtstag: 04.07.1965

Geburtsort: Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Anzahl der Filme, die wir schon mit Tracy Letts gesehen haben: 1

Anzahl aller Filme, in denen Tracy Letts mitgespielt hat: 16

2019
  • Ford v. Ferrari
    Rolle: Henry Ford II
2017
  • The Post
    Rolle: Fritz Beebe
  • Lady Bird
    Rolle: Larry McPherson
  • The Lovers
    Rolle: Michael
2016
  • Christine
    Rolle: Michael
  • Imperium
    Rolle: Dallas Wolf
  • Indignation
    Rolle: Dean Caudwell
  • Wiener-Dog
    Rolle: Danny
  • Elvis & Nixon
    Rolle: John Finlator
2015
  • The Big Short
    Rolle: Lawrence Fields
1999
  • Guinevere
    Rolle: Zack
1998
  • U.S. Marshals
    Rolle: Sheriff Poe
1997
  • Chicago Cab
    Rolle: Sports Fan
1992
  • Straight Talk
    Rolle: Sean (voice)
1988
  • Paramedics
    Rolle: Van Owner
  • French Exit
    Rolle: Franklin