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In 1983, he provided one of the highlights of Twilight Zone--The Movie as a terrified airline passenger and earned a second Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination in Terms of Endearment where he appeared with Shirley Maclaine and Jack Nicholson, as well as playing a fiery preacher in Footloose.
That year, he won his first Emmy nomination for his work in the scary nuclear holocaust drama The Day After. Lizardo in the cult favorite The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai.
He is a man, who with all the media attention on his tail, has not hidden any information regarding his personal life and affairs.
He has been in a couple of married relationships till now; he is a father of three children: Ian Lithgow (Son), Nathan Lithgow (Son) and Phoebe Lithgow (Daughter).
John Lithgow is an American actor, writer as well as a musician who is a winner of multiple awards like: Tony Awards (twice), Golden Globe Awards (twice), Emmy Award (five times), Screen Actors Guild Awards (twice) Drama Desk Awards (twice) and also an American Comedy Award.
Having been in the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his movies and TV shows, he has also received the honor to be in the American Theater Hall of Fame.
His parents raised Lithgow in a loving home that encouraged artistic self-expression and took a broad view of the world.
As a youth, Lithgow was passionate about painting and at age 16, he was actively involved with the Art Students League in New York.
After Lithgow graduated from Harvard, he received a Fulbright scholarship to study at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art; while in England, Lithgow also worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and for the Royal Court Theatre. Lithgow remained in New York for many years, establishing himself as one of Broadway's most respected stars and would go on to appear in at least one play per year through 1982.Though he had already established himself on television as a guest star, Lithgow gained a large and devoted following when he was cast as an alien captain who, along with his clueless crew, attempts to pass for human in the fresh, well-written NBC sitcom Third Rock From the Sun (1996).The role has won him multiple Emmys and Golden Globe awards.With one child between them, it seems like they have been each other’s help and support in times of bad health.Surviving for more than 30 years of married life together, a divorce doesn’t look like coming anytime soon.He would subsequently receive two more Tony nominations for Requiem for a Heavyweight and M. He made his first film appearance in Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues (1972).The film itself was an inauspicious affair as were his other subsequent early efforts, though by the early '80s, his film roles improved and diversified dramatically.I noticed them all, and was good at it without trying”, he said in an interview.Born in the October of 1945, his current age is 70 years old, and is an American citizen of white ethnicity.When that show's run ended in 2001, Lithgow kept busy with roles in such high-profile features as The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004) (in which he essayed the role of comedy legend Blake Edwards), Kinsey, Dreamgirls, and Leap Year.Yet through it all the small screen still beckoned, and in 2010 the Lithgow won an Emmy for his role as Arthur Mitchell (aka The Trinity Killer) on the hit Showtime series Dexter.