This past weekend, Alec Baldwin had an especially busy schedule in New York City.
On Saturday, he reprised his role as President Donald Trump and introduced viewers to his first stab at Bill O’Reilly on “Saturday Night Live,” a show that he has hosted a record 17 times. On Sunday, he appeared in conversation with Anna Sale as part of Brooklyn Academy of Music’s (BAM) and Greenlight Bookstore’s “Unbound” series, where he discussed the ups and downs of his life and his newly released book “Nevertheless: A Memoir.”
Busy is a lifestyle Baldwin has undoubtedly grown accustomed to, however, as he also spends his days helping his wife Hilaria raise their three children under the age of 5 in their Greenwich Village residence.
Baldwin has had an expansive career and played a variety of roles, garnering everything from an Oscar nomination to 16 Emmy nominations and two wins. His current movie, an animated comedy titled “The Boss Baby,” is No. 1 in the country. But the oft-funnyman showed a different side at Sunday’s event, where he spoke honestly about his childhood on Long Island, decades of working as an actor, his disastrous divorce, dealing with fatherhood in the public eye and, of course, the current commander-in-chief.
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