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Lee Marvin

Lee Marvin
  • Career: Actor
  • Top celebrities: 3430
  • BirthDate: 1924, 19 of February , New York City, New York, USA
  • Spouse: Pamela Marvin (18 October 1970 - 29 August 1987) (his death), Elizabeth (Betty) Ebeling (February 1951 - 5 January 1967) (divorced) 4 children
  • Zodiac sign: Aquarius
  • Facts of life

    Lee Marvin was born in 1924 February 1924 in New York. He was a film actor in the American films and television world. He was famous for his gravelly voice. He was active in the period of 1950 to 1986 and got spaces in thousands of hearts. First he appeared in many small roles including supporting roles, soldier and other hardboiled character. Later he started acting as villain. The white hair and the 6ft 2in height with the voice made him more apt for the villain roles of that time.

    He won several awards including Academy Awards. He won the award for Best actor in the Academy Awards, Best Actor in the BAFTA and the Best Actor in the Golden Globe for his roles in Cat Ballou. He worked in United States Marine corps. In 1987 August 29 at the age of 63 he left the world by a heart attack. 

  • Awards: Won Oscar - 1966 for "Best Actor in a Leading Role for:Cat Ballou (1965)."
    Won BAFTA Film Award - 1966 for "Best Foreign Actor for:Cat Ballou (1965)."
    Won Silver Berlin Bear - 1965 for "Best Actor for:Cat Ballou (1965)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1962 for "Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for:"Alcoa Premiere" (1961). (ABC). For episode "People Need People"."
    Won Fotogramas de Plata - 1971 for "Best Foreign Performer (Mejor intérprete de cine extranjero) for:Paint Your Wagon (1969)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1970 for "Best Motion Picture Actor - Musical/Comedy for:Paint Your Wagon (1969)."
    Won Golden Globe - 1966 for "Best Motion Picture Actor - Musical/Comedy for:Cat Ballou (1965)."
    3rd place Golden Laurel - 1971 for "Best Action Performance for:Monte Walsh (1970)."
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1970 for "Male Star 5th place."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1968 for "Action Performance for:The Dirty Dozen (1967)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1967 for "Action Performance for:The Professionals (1966)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1966 for "Comedy Performance, Male for:Cat Ballou (1965)."
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1965 for "Action Performance for:The Killers (1964). 5th place."
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1963 for "Top Action Performance for:The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962). 4th place."
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1962 for "Top Male Supporting Performance for:The Comancheros (1961). 5th place."
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1958 for "Top Male Supporting Performance for:Raintree County (1957). 5th place."
    Won NBR Award - 1966 for "Best Actor for:Cat Ballou (1965) and Ship of Fools (1965)."
    3rd place NYFCC Award - 1965 for "Best Actor for:Cat Ballou (1965)."
    Won Bronze Wrangler - 1963 for "Theatrical Motion Picture for:The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962). Shared with: Willis Goldbeck (producer) John Ford (director) James Warner Bellah (writer) Edmond O'Brien (actor) James Stewart (actor) Vera Miles (actor) John Wayne (actor)"
  • Position in top best awards winner: 711
  • Salary: Paint Your Wagon (1969) $1,000,000
    Pocket Money (1972) $1,000,000
  • Films with Lee Marvin: The Delta Force - 1986
    The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission - 1985
    Dog Day - 1984
    Gorky Park - 1983
    Death Hunt - 1981
    The Big Red One - 1980
    Avalanche Express - 1979
    The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday - 1976
    Shout at the Devil - 1976
    Klansman - 1974
    The Spikes Gang - 1974
    The Iceman Cometh - 1973
    Emperor of the North - 1973
    Prime Cut - 1972
    Pocket Money - 1972
    The Bob Hope Show - 1971
    Monte Walsh - 1970
    4-3-2-1 Hot and Sweet - 1970
    Paint Your Wagon - 1969
    Hell in the Pacific - 1968
    Sergeant Ryker - 1968
    Point Blank - 1967
    The Dirty Dozen - 1967
    The Professionals - 1966
    Ship of Fools - 1965
    Cat Ballou - 1965
    Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre - 1965
    Dr. Kildare - 1962-1964
    The Killers - 1964
    The Great Adventure - 1963
    Kraft Suspense Theatre - 1963
    Twilight Zone - 1961-1963
    Combat! - 1963
    Donovan's Reef - 1963
    The Dick Powell Theatre - 1963
    The Lawbreakers - 1963
    The Untouchables - 1961-1962
    The Virginian - 1962
    The DuPont Show of the Week - 1962
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - 1962
    Bonanza - 1962
    Walk on the Wild Side - 1962
    Ben Casey - 1962
    Route 66 - 1961
    The Comancheros - 1961
    The Investigators - 1961
    Alcoa Premiere - 1961
    G.E. True Theater - 1954-1961
    Checkmate - 1961
    Wagon Train - 1960-1961
    The Americans - 1961
    The Barbara Stanwyck Show - 1961
    M Squad - 1957-1960
    Sunday Showcase - 1960
    Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse - 1959
    Schlitz Playhouse - 1954-1959
    Climax! - 1955-1958
    The Missouri Traveler - 1958
    Raintree County - 1957
    The United States Steel Hour - 1957
    Studio 57 - 1957
    The Rack - 1956
    Pillars of the Sky - 1956
    Attack - 1956
    Seven Men from Now - 1956
    Front Row Center - 1956
    Kraft Theatre - 1956
    Shack Out on 101 - 1955
    I Died a Thousand Times - 1955
    Studio One in Hollywood - 1955
    Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre - 1955
    Pete Kelly's Blues - 1955
    A Life in the Balance - 1955
    Not as a Stranger - 1955
    Violent Saturday - 1955
    TV Reader's Digest - 1955
    Bad Day at Black Rock - 1955
    Medic - 1954
    Center Stage - 1954
    The Raid - 1954
    The Caine Mutiny - 1954
    Gorilla at Large - 1954
    The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse - 1954
    The Wild One - 1953
    Suspense - 1950-1953
    The Motorola Television Hour - 1953
    Gun Fury - 1953
    The Big Heat - 1953
    The Revlon Mirror Theater - 1953
    The Stranger Wore a Gun - 1953
    The Doctor - 1953
    The Glory Brigade - 1953
    Seminole - 1953
    Down Among the Sheltering Palms - 1953
    Dragnet - 1952-1953
    Eight Iron Men - 1952
    Biff Baker, U.S.A. - 1952
    Hangman's Knot - 1952
    The Duel at Silver Creek - 1952
    We're Not Married! - 1952
    Diplomatic Courier - 1952
    Rebound - 1952
    Fireside Theatre - 1952
    Hong Kong - 1952
    Cave of Outlaws - 1951
    Teresa - 1951
    You're in the Navy Now - 1951
    Treasury Men in Action - 1950
    Escape - 1950
    Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman - 1998
    Tohuwabohu - 1994-1997
    Kottan ermittelt - 1979
    Vixen Highway 2006: It Came from Uranus! - 2010
    The New Bike - 2009
    Blood and Concrete - 1991
    Fall from Grace: O.J.'s Last Run - 1994
    Marine Corps Combat Leadership Skills - 1986
    The Spencer Tracy Legacy: A Tribute by Katharine Hepburn - 1986
    Late Night with David Letterman - 1985-1986
    The 11th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1985
    Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars - 1984
    The Making of 'Gorky Park' - 1983
    Bob Hope Laughs with the Movie Awards - 1982
    Good Morning America - 1980
    Sam Fuller and the Big Red One - 1979
    The 35th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1978
    Superstunt - 1977
    An All-Star Tribute to John Wayne - 1976
    The 18th Annual TV Week Logie Awards - 1976
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - 1970-1973
    AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Ford - 1973
    Flip - 1972
    The David Frost Show - 1970-1972
    Top of the Pops - 1970
    The Merv Griffin Show - 1965-1970
    It Couldn't Be Done - 1970
    Cinema - 1970
    The Ed Sullivan Show - 1969
    The Dick Cavett Show - 1968
    Tonite Let's All Make Love in London - 1967
    The Joey Bishop Show - 1967
    The 39th Annual Academy Awards - 1967
    Operation Dirty Dozen - 1967
    The Rock - 1967
    The 38th Annual Academy Awards - 1966
    The Eamonn Andrews Show - 1966
    The Lawbreakers - 1963-1964
    Stump the Stars - 1962
    What About Linda? - 1961
    The Steve Allen Plymouth Show - 1958-1959
    The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show - 1957
    Operation Raintree - 1957
    How the West Was Lost - 2008
    War Stories with Oliver North - 2006
    Armed and Deadly: The Making of 'The Dirty Dozen' - 2006
    Budd Boetticher: A Man Can Do That - 2005
    Go West, Young Man! - 2003
    The Men Who Made the Movies: Samuel Fuller - 2002
    AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies - 2001
    Hollywood Remembers Lee Marvin - 2000
    Classified X - 1998
    Kleiner Mann ganz groß - 1994
    Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories - 1993
    Married with Children - 1993
    American Justice -
    Dream On - 1990
    Mating and Dating in the '80s - 1980
    The Meanest Men in the West - 1967
    Lionpower from MGM - 1967
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