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The life of legendary composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife, Felicia Montealegre

Leonard Bernstein was a conductor and composer, who won sixteen Grammy Awards, two Tony Awards and seven Emmy Awards throughout his career. He is well known for composing the musicals West Side Story and Candide, and the score for On The Waterfront. Bernstein was married to actress Felicia Montealegre from 1951 until her death in 1978. 


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What to know

Carey Mulligan and Bradley Cooper star in Netflix’s Leonard Bernstein biopic ‘Maestro’

Maestro is a biographical film about the life and work of Leonard Bernstein. The film is Bradley Cooper’s second directorial effort, after his 2018 debut A Star Is Born. Cooper also co-wrote the screenplay with Josh Singer (Spotlight, The Post). The film is produced by Cooper, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Fred Berner, Amy Durning, and Kristie Macosko Krieger. Matthew Libatique, who worked on A Star Is Born, in addition to Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan and more, leads the cinematography on the film. The film is distributed by Netflix.

Carey Mulligan stars as Bernstein’s wife, Felicia Montealegre, co-starring with Bradley Cooper as the iconic American conductor and composer, Leonard Bernstein. The film also features Matt Bomer as David Oppenheim, a close friend of Bernstein’s, Maya Hawke as Jamie Bernstein and Sarah Silverman as Shirley Bernsein. Michael Urie plays the acclaimed dancer and choreographer Jerome Robbins, with Gideon Glick as Tommy Cothran. Miriam Shor plays Cynthia O’Neal, with Sam Nivola as Alexander Bernstein and Alexa Swinton as Nina Bernstein.


Production News

  • 10 May 2018
    • Bradley Cooper is set to direct and star in a Leonard Bernstein biopic. (Source: Deadline) 
  • 21 January 2020
    • Netflix commits to Bradley Cooper’s biographical film about Leonard Bernstein. (Source: Deadline)
  • 22 September 2020
    • Carey Mulligan is cast in the leading role of Felicia Montealegre in Maestro. (Source: Deadline)
  • 19 October 2020
    • Jeremy Strong is cast as John Gruen in Maestro. (Source: Deadline) NOTE: Strong is no longer in the film.
  • 15 March 2022
    • Matt Bomer enters talks to join the cast of Maestro. (Source: Deadline)
  • 28 April 2022
    • Maya Hawke joins the cast of Maestro, in the role of Jamie Bernstein. (Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
  • 3 June 2022
    • Sarah Silverman joins the cast of Maestro as Bernstein’s sister, Shirley. (Source: Deadline) 
  • 2 September 2023
    • Maestro premiered at the 80th Venice International Film Festival, screening in competition for the Golden Lion. (Source: La Biennale)
  • 25 October 2023
    • The official trailer for Maestro is released. (Source: Netflix)
  • 7 December 2023
    • Maestro is released in cinemas across Australia.
  • 11 December 2023
    • Maestro is nominated for four Golden Globes in the categories of Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Performance By A Female Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama (Carey Mulligan), Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama (Bradley Cooper) and Best Director - Motion Picture (Bradley Cooper). (Source: Deadline)
  • 20 December 2023
    • Maestro premieres on Netflix.

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IMDB 6.6 (48k)


Drama, History, Music & Musical, Romance


2h 9min

Age rating


Production country

United States


Bradley Cooper


Bradley Cooper
Leonard Bernstein
Carey Mulligan
Felicia Montealegre
Matt Bomer
David Oppenheim
Maya Hawke
Jamie Bernstein
Sarah Silverman
Shirley Bernstein
Josh Hamilton
John Gruen
Gideon Glick
Tommy Cothran
Sam Nivola
Alexander Bernstein
Alexa Swinton
Nina Bernstein
Miriam Shor
Cynthia O'Neal
Vincenzo Amato
Bruno Zirato
Greg Hildreth
Michael Urie
Jerry Robbins
Brian Klugman
Aaron Copeland
Nick Blaemire
Adolph Green
Mallory Portnoy
Betty Comden
Jarrod LaBine
Claudio's Guest #2
William Hill
Joseph the Janitor
Valéry Lessard
Younger Actress
Renée Stork
Older Actress
Tim Rogan
Richard Hart
Sara Sanderson
Lil Hart
Yasen Peyankov
Serge Koussevitzky
Julia Aku
Harrison Coll
Sebastian Villarini-Velez
Ryan Steele
Ricky Ubeda
Carlos Sánchez Falú
Jeanette Delgado
Fancy Free Woman
Sara Esty
Fancy Free Woman
Ahmad Simmons
NYC Pedestrian Man Dancer
Kyle Coffman
NYC Pedestrian Man Dancer
Yesenia Ayala
NYC Pedestrian Woman Dancer
Skye Mattox
NYC Pedestrian Woman Dancer
Halli Toland
NYC Pedestrian Woman Dancer
Leigh-Ann Esty
NYC Pedestrian Woman Dancer
Gaby Diaz
NYC Pedestrian Woman Dancer
Tanairi Sade Vazquez
NYC Pedestrian Woman Dancer
Soledad Campos
Julia Vega
Zachary Booth
Mendy Wager
James Cusati-Moyer
John Kroft
Young Man
Scott Drummond
June Gable
Old Lady
Colin Anderson
Stage Manager
Kevin Thompson
Rosa Feola
Ely Soloist #1
Isabel Leonard
Ely Soloist #2
Atika Greene
Gabe Fazio
Willard the Assistant
Oscar Pavlo
Claudio Arrau (uncredited)
Eric Patrick Cameron
Audience Member (uncredited)