How old is Dustin Hoffman?
Dustin Hoffman was born on 8 August 1937. Dustin Hoffman is 80 years old.
How old is Dustin Hoffman in days now?
Dustin Hoffman is 80 years 11 months 11 days old now. Total 29,565 days old.
When is the next birthday of Dustin Hoffman?
Dustin Hoffman's next birthday is in 20 days.
What is the zodiac sign of Dustin Hoffman?
Zodiac sign of Dustin Hoffman is Leo.
A successful American actor, director, and screenwriter, Dustin Hoffman was born in California in 1937, in a Jewish family of immigrants from Ukraine. His childhood dream was to become a pianist, and he attended acting courses and conservatory in the Pasadena House. In 1958 he came to New York to develop his acting career, but started facing difficulties and could get a chance to join a few local TV projects. Hoffman had to work hard to make his living, and he worked in a hospital, in a toy shop, in a printing agency, etc. He could attend Lee Strasberg acting classes and studied so-called method acting. His first serious cinema role was given to him in 1967 in the movie "The Graduate". He became a new symbol of new youth, with a variety of roles in such movies as "Midnight Cowboy", "Little Big Man", "Papillon", "Lenny", "Marathon Man", and "Agatha". 1979 brought a great success to Hoffman with the movie "Kramer vs. Kramer", which resulted in winning the first Academy Award, followed by the stunning performance in "Tootsie" and finally in "Rain Man", where he starred together with Tom Cruise. For the role of Ray Babbit in Rain Man Hoffman received his second Academy Award. Hoffman took part in over 80 movies and recently he gives voice to various cartoon characters, including the ones in "Kung Fu Panda". Hoffman is considered to be an ill-tempered and not too much easy going partner to work with. He can be autocratic and rude. At the same time, he has a large family, with very strong family ties. His wife is a lawyer, and the couple has 6 children. He has his own cinema producing company and still quite often appears on stages of various American theaters.