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Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman stars in the revival of Arthur Miller's classic.

Philip Seymour Hoffman Chats About Boogie Nights, Capote and His Tony-Honored Turn in Death of a Salesman on CBS Sunday Morning

Philip Seymour Hoffman Chats About Boogie Nights, Capote and His Tony-Honored Turn in Death of a Salesman on  CBS Sunday Morning
Philip Seymour Hoffman

Who knew that Philip Seymour Hoffman first played Willy Loman in high school? That’s one of the tidbits unearthed by interviewer Mo Rocca in a Q&A with the Tony-nominated star of Death of a Salesman on the May 27 edition of CBS Sunday Morning. Hoffman’s astonishing versatility is on display in the piece, which includes video snippets of his Oscar-winning performance in Capote, plus Boogie Nights, Charlie Wilson’s War, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Moneyball and many more. The modest Hoffman says simply, “I try to look the way the part is supposed to look.” Click on for a revealing piece on this star of stage and screen, including his feelings about Arthur Miller's tragic hero.
 

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