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All About Spader
Spader considers music an essential part of his life. "I listen to lots of jazz, blues, classical, opera, reggae, bluegrass, rock and roll. …
"I played cops and robbers and pirates and all the rest when I was a kid, but I didn't want to grow up and be an actor and play cops and rob…
He's worked with some of Hollywood's most revered directors, including Mike Nichols, David Cronenberg, Sidney Lumet and Steven Soderbergh.
Some of Spader's early jobs included shoveling manure, unloading railroad cars and driving a meat truck.
He was working as a janitor when he landed his first feature film part, in "Endless Love."
His breakout role came in director Steven Soderbergh's 1989 indie classic "Sex, Lies, and Videotape."
As a struggling New York actor early in his career, Jimmy (his preferred name) taught a Yoga class even though he'd never even practiced Yog…
Spader has won three Emmys for portraying the same character, Alan Shore, in two different series: "The Practice" and "Boston Legal."
"My anxiety used to manifest itself in strange ways. I'd go in to read for some innocent, vulnerable character, and the feedback would be, '…
James Spader was born in Boston on February 7, 1960. Both of his parents were teachers.
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