The Ubiquitous Alec Baldwin
With movies, a memoir and a key impersonation, he’s everywhere
He’s on the big screen
He has four films slated for this year, including the new animated comedy The Boss Baby, in which he voices a suit-wearing tot, and mid-May’s Paris Can Wait, costarring Diane Lane.
He’s an author
Nevertheless: A Memoir offers up an unvarnished view of the award-winning actor, husband and ex-husband, father of four and activist — all told with characteristic Baldwinian wit.
He’s a curious interviewer
On his podcast, Here’s the Thing With Alec Baldwin, he interviews entertainers and policymakers. He got actor Mickey Rourke to admit he’d give up movies and walk dogs if the money was good.
He’s got game
As host of a rebooted Match Game on ABC, Baldwin has said he’d donate his fees to charity.
He’s Donald Trump
Baldwin says he won’t be playing the blond-wig wearing, Twitter-obsessed president on Saturday Night Live much longer, but he is teaming up with novelist Kurt Andersen to write the satire You Can’t Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump, due out Nov. 7. He’ll even narrate the audiobook while in character as Trump.