F. Murray Abraham is an Oscar-award winning American actor. After making his debut in ‘They Might Be Giants’ (1971), he appeared in the hits 'Serpico' (1973), 'All the President's Men' (1976), 'Amadeus' (1984), 'The Name of the Rose' (1986) and 'An Innocent Man' (1989).
This was followed by many other successful movies including 'Mighty Aphrodite' (1995), 'Star Trek: Insurrection' (1999), 'Finding Forrester' (2000) and 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' (2014). Some of his worst films include 'Mobsters' (1991), 'Surviving the Game' (1994), 'Mimic' (1997), 'The Bridge of San Luis Rey' (2004), 'Dead Man Down' (2013) and 'Robin Hood' (2018).
As a TV actor, he is known for his role in 'Homeland' (2012-2018) and numerous television films including 'A Season of Giants' (1990), 'The First Circle' (1992), 'Excellent Cadavers' (1999) and 'Shark Swarm' (2008). His theatrical credits include 'The Ritz' (1975-76),'Landscape of the Body' (1997), 'Uncle Vanya' (1983-84), 'Macbeth' (1986–87), 'A Life in the Theatre' (1992), 'A Month in the Country' (1995), 'Triumph of Love' (1997-98), 'The Merchant of Venice' (2011) and 'It's Only a Play' (2014-15).