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, Cadiz, Ohio, USA
- Spouse: Kay Williams (11 July 1955 - 16 November 1960) (his death) 1 child, Sylvia Ashley (20 December 1949 - 21 April 1952) (divorced), Carole Lombard (29 March 1939 - 16 January 1942) (her death), Maria Franklin Gable (19 July 1931 - 4 March 1939) (divorced), Josephine Dillon (13 December 1924 - 1 April 1930) (divorced)
- Zodiac sign: Aquarius
- Awards: Nominated Oscar - 1940 for "Best Actor in a Leading Role
for:Vom Winde verweht (1939)."
Nominated Oscar - 1936 for "Best Actor in a Leading Role
for:Meuterei auf der Bounty (1935)."
Won Oscar - 1935 for "Best Actor in a Leading Role
for:Es geschah in einer Nacht (1934). In 1996, Steven Spielberg anonymously purchased Clark Gable's Oscar to protect it from further commercial exploitation, gave it back to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, commenting that he could think of "no better sanctuary for Gable's only Oscar than the Motion Picture Academy"."
Won Centennial Award - 2001 for "The award was accepted by Clark Gable's son, John Clark Gable."
Nominated Golden Globe - 1960 for "Best Motion Picture Actor - Musical/Comedy
for:But Not for Me (1959)."
Nominated Golden Globe - 1959 for "Best Motion Picture Actor - Comedy/Musical
for:Teacher's Pet (1958)."
3rd place Golden Laurel - 1958 for "Top Male Comedy Performance
for:Teacher's Pet (1958)."
Won Star on the Walk of Fame - 1960 for "Motion Picture
On 8 February 1960. At 1608 Vine Street."
Won Star on the Walk of Fame - ???? for "Motion Picture
At 1610 Vine Street."
- Position in top best awards winner:
- Salary: Forbidden Paradise (1924) $7.50/day
The Painted Desert (1931) $150/week
Dance, Fools, Dance (1931) $650/week
The Secret Six (1931) $650/week
A Free Soul (1931) $650/week
Sporting Blood (1931) $650/week
Susan Lenox (1931) $650/week
Hell Divers (1931) $650/week
Polly of the Circus (1932) $650/week
Strange Interlude (1932) $2,000/week
Hold Your Man (1933) $2,000/week
Dancing Lady (1933) $2,500/week
Test Pilot (1938) $4,000/week
Gone with the Wind (1939) $120,000
Strange Cargo (1940) $7,500/week
Any Number Can Play (1949) $241,250
Soldier of Fortune (1955) $100,000
The Misfits (1961) $750,000 + $58,000 for each week of overtime
- Clark Gable`s Biography
Also born in February 1891-1902