Prolific actor F. Murray Abraham celebrates his birthday today, and he’s one of those actors who has done so much work that I won’t be able to list nearly all of it here. He made his film debut in a small role in the George C. Scott movie They Might Be Giants in 1971, and in the years that followed, he appeared in films such as Serpico, All the President’s Men, and Scarface. In 1984, he played Antonio Salieri in Amadeus and the role won him an Academy Award for Best Actor. Other notable F. Murray Abraham credits include Last Action Hero, Might Aphrodite, Star Trek: Insurrection, Muppets from Space, Thir13en Ghosts, Bored to Death, and Louie. He turns 73 today.