Ellen Rona Barkin is a retired American actress and producer. She was born on 16 April 1954 in the Bronx, New York.
Her breakthrough came in 1982 when she starred in Diner and subsequently featured in movies like Sea of Love and The Big Easy.
For her role in Switch, she was nominated by the Golden Globe for Best Actress in 1991.
For her role in Switch, she was nominated by the Golden Globe for Best Actress in 1991. Her parents were Sol Barkin a chemical salesman and Evelyn Rozin a hospital administrator.
She acquired a college degree in history and drama in Hunter College.
Ellen Barkin Siblings: Meet Her Brother George Barkin
Ellen Barkin has only one sibling, who was born to her parents, Sol Barkin and Evelyn Barkin.
Goerge Barkin is Ellen’s brother. He is a scriptwriter, photographer, and producer who used to be an editor-in-chief of National Lampoon and High Times.
He co-founded Applehead Pictures, a film production company, with his sister.