Ebbe Strathairn – A Millbrook Forum Alumnus
Last week, Ebbe Strathairn spoke at the first Millbrook Forum of the 2010-2011 school year. The 2005 graduate was introduced by his former advisor, Bill Hardy, and described his time working with Partners in Health in Rwanda and the perspective it gave him on the world. His passion for humanitarian causes led him to travel to Rwanda to help those in need. In the book, he writes about his experiences as well as what it meant for him to have such a global perspective on the world.
While at Columbia University
While at Columbia University, Ebbe Strathairn acted as Arthur Spiderwick in the children’s film, The Spiderwick Chronicles. He also starred in a PBS documentary about J. Robert Oppenheimer. Strathairn portrayed FBI agent William Flynn in the 2009 television drama No God, No Master. His latest project is the indie feature Remember This, which is based on the stage play Cherry Docs by David Gow.
Strathairn is a character actor who has made his name on the Hollywood scene as a character actor. His work in movies such as Good Night, and Good Luck has garnered him several nominations, including Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor. Strathairn has also starred in numerous independent films, including Twisted and The River Wild, and he is currently in the HBO television film The Bourne Ultimatum.
In addition to television and film, Strathairn has also written, directed, and produced many independent films. Known for his role as Edward R. Murrow in “Good Night, and Good Luck”, he has starred in numerous independent films as well as a teacher. Strathairn’s next movie will be The Bourne Ultimatum, a biopic about a CIA Deputy Director.
Strathairn’s career began in children’s films, including The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008). He also appeared in the 1990s in “Day One” as a radio journalist. He has also starred in the independent film, Steel Toes, which was based on the stage play by David Gow. In the film, Strathairn portrays a psychiatrist. During the production, he acted in a psychiatric ward.
As an actor
As an actor, Strathairn has been nominated for two Academy Awards for his portrayal of Edward R. Murrow in “Good Night, and Good Luck”. In the same year, he was nominated for Best Actor for his role in a comedy about a Jewish boy. He also has a prominent role in the HBO television film Temple Grandin. Listed as one of the top actors in his field, Strathairn has become a popular star amongst the public.
A:LOG was co-created by Ebbe Strathairn and David Strathairn. It is a handy reference and a true-to-scale dot grid for drawings. Designed with a minimalist aesthetic, A.LOG is a must-have for architects. A:LOG has a unique design and comes in metric and imperial versions. A.LOG is one of the most useful tools for architects.
As an actor, Strathairn is best known for his roles in films. He has appeared in over 80 films and TV shows, including Twisted. He also starred in “The Brother from Another Planet.” In 2007, Strathairn portrayed a CIA Deputy Director in the HBO television film
“Temple Grandin.” A.LOG is a versatile and essential tool for architects. It’s an excellent tool for sketching.
Ebbe Strathairn is a graduate student in architecture at Columbia University. He co-created A.LOG, a dot grid for drawings and a handy reference for architects. Despite being a handy reference for architects, it is not a replacement for a true-to-scale dot grid. It is the perfect tool for an architect. Its minimalist design is both beautiful and functional.
A.LOG is a simple but essential tool for architects. It is a true-to-scale dot grid that makes drawing easy. The paper is thick and durable, and the metric and imperial sizes make the grid convenient. A.LOG is a perfect tool for any architect. It’s not just useful, it’s beautiful. The metric version is a little more expensive, but both versions are useful.
In a recent film called A.S., the actor starred as a high-school student. The film was directed by Richard Linklater, and the cast of the film was filmed in Australia. He also starred in the remake of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He won a Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1998 for his role in Memphis Belle. In L.A. Confidential, he played a millionaire and was the titular character of a police officer.