The actor will help support his brother (and "Apprentice" contestant), actor Stephen Baldwin, for his team's challenge on the reality television competition hosted by Donald Trump. Stephen Baldwin is among the remaining celebrity "candidates" (competing for charity): Trace Adkins, Carol Alt, Jennie Finch, Nely Galan, Marilu Henner, Lennox Lewis, Piers Morgan, Omarosa, Tito Ortiz, Vincent Pastore and Gene Simmons.
Alec Baldwin, currently a star on NBC's "30 Rock," was last seen on the Off-Broadway stage in Entertaining Mr. Sloane. The screen star has also made room for stage turns in Twentieth Century, Loot, Trumbo, Serious Money, the benefit Short Talks on the Universe and the 1992 revival of A Streetcar Named Desire — for which he was Tony Award-nominated. The Long Island native is known for such films as "State and Main," "Glengarry Glen Ross," "Prelude to a Kiss" (reprising his Off-Broadway role), "The Cooler," "The Aviator," "The Departed" and "Beetlejuice," among others.
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