He was previously married to Bonni Chalkin and Elisa Sadaune. Sign In. Edit Judd Hirsch. Showing all 39 items. Daughter named Montana and son named London, both with Bonni Chalkin. He was also nominated in the same category in for Lanford Wilson 's "Talley's Folly. He was one of the few actors to have had multiple starring roles in Paramount shows. His father was of German Jewish and Dutch Jewish descent. His mother was a Russian Jewish immigrant. He did not start acting professionally until he was 36 years old.
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Birthplace: The Bronx, New York. A blossoming fascination in the theatre convinced Hirsch that his future lay in acting. After an auspicious TV-movie bow in the well-received The Law , Hirsch landed his first weekly-series assignment, playing the title character in the cop drama Delvecchio From to , he was seen as Alex Reiger in the popular ensemble comedy Taxi, earning two Emmies in the process. While occupied with Taxi, Hirsch found time to act off-Broadway, winning an Obie award for the production Talley's Folly.
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Judd Seymore Hirsch born March 15, is an American stage, television and screen actor. Hirsch's mother was born in Russia, also to a Jewish family. Hirsch has a brother named Roland Hirsch. After graduating from college, Hirsch served a tour in the United States Army. Hirsch worked as an engineer for Westinghouse before he found work in the theater. Hirsch had a child with his first wife, Elisa Sadaune, whom he was with from to He was married to his second wife, fashion designer Bonni Sue Chalkin, from to Hirsch has three children. Son Alexander was born in with Elisa.
A blossoming fascination with theatre convinced Hirsch that his future lay in acting. After an auspicious TV-movie bow in the Emmy-winning TV movie The Law , Hirsch landed his first weekly-series, playing the title character in the detective drama Delvecchio From to , he was Alex Reiger in one of the most celebrated television ensemble comedies Taxi, earning several Golden Globes and two Emmys in the process. While occupied with Taxi, Hirsch continued his stage career with an off-Broadway production of Lanford Wilson's Talley's Folly, which earned him an Obie award. Other of Judd's theatre credits include the world premiere of The Whore and Mr. He played Glenn Close's former law mentor who, subsequently, fell on hard times in the fourth and fifth seasons of the critically acclaimed series Damages.