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André Previn

André Previn
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  • Top celebrities: 9332
  • BirthDate: 1929, 06 of April , Berlin, Germany
  • Spouse: Anne-Sophie Mutter (1 August 2002 - June 2006) (divorced), Heather Mary Hales (8 January 1982 - 25 January 1999) (divorced) 1 child, Mia Farrow (10 September 1970 - 31 January 1979) (divorced) 6 children, Dory Previn (7 November 1959 - 27 July 1970) (divorced), Elizabeth "Betty" A. Bennett (24 August 1952 - September 1958) (divorced) 2 children
  • Zodiac sign: Aries
  • Facts of life

    André Previn

    André Previn is a British actor born on 13 June 1990 in Buckinghamshire, England. He started his acting career at very young age of six years, when he starred in a movie name Macbeth. His role was the lead role in the movie and it saw the beginning of his limelight career.  André Previn kept his movie selection style quite random to excel in every genre of movies. He even starred in many TV shows, as guest or recurring star. The most significant role in his career came with the role of John Lennon in the movie Nowhere Boy. He is also very popular for his role of David "Dave" Lizewski in the movie Kick Ass. His most recognized work includes movies like The Greatest, Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, The Apocalypse, Shanghai Knights, Kick-Ass 2, Kick Ass, and Nowhere Boy. For the movie Nowhere Boy, he also won the award of Empire Award for Best Newcomer.

  • Awards: Nominated Oscar - 1974 for "Best Music, Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation for:Jesus Christ Superstar (1973). Shared with: Herbert W. Spencer Andrew Lloyd Webber"
    Nominated Academy Award of Merit - 1973 for "for:Jesus Christ Superstar (1973). Shared with: Herbert W. Spencer (music score) Andrew Lloyd Webber (music score)"
    Nominated Oscar - 1968 for "Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment for:Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967). Shared with: Joseph Gershenson"
    Won Oscar - 1965 for "Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment for:My Fair Lady (1964)."
    Won Oscar - 1964 for "Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment for:Irma la Douce (1963)."
    Nominated Oscar - 1963 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Two for the Seesaw (1962). Shared with: Dory Previn (lyrics) (as Dory Langdon) For the song "Song from Two for the Seesaw (Second Chance)""
    Nominated Oscar - 1961 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Pepe (1960). Shared with: Dory Previn (lyrics) (as Dory Langdon) For the song "Faraway Part of Town""
    Won Oscar - 1960 for "Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture for:Porgy and Bess (1959). Shared with: Ken Darby"
    Won Oscar - 1959 for "Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture for:Gigi (1958)."
    Nominated Oscar - 1956 for "Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture for:It's Always Fair Weather (1955)."
    Nominated Oscar - 1954 for "Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture for:Kiss Me Kate (1953). Shared with: Saul Chaplin"
    Nominated Oscar - 1951 for "Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture for:Three Little Words (1950)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1999 for "Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program for:"Great Performances" (1971). Shared with: David Horn (executive producer) Jac Venza (executive producer) Lotfi Mansouri (executive producer) Nigel Boon (executive producer) Jane Seymour (executive producer) Barbara Bellini Witkowski (executive producer) John Walker Judy Flannery Kate Gaitley Kirk Browning (director) (PBS). For episode "A Streetcar Named Desire: From the San Francisco Opera". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_ , as "'A Streetcar Named Desire' from the San Francisco Opera")."
    Nominated Emmy - 1992 for "Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts for:"Great Performances" (1971). Shared with: Peter Gelb (executive producer) Daniel Anker (producer) Laura Mitgang (producer) (PBS). For episode "A Carnegie Hall Christmas"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1978 for "Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction for:"Previn and the Pittsburgh" (1977). (PBS). For episode "The Music That Made the Movies"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1977 for "Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction for:"Previn and the Pittsburgh" (1977). (PBS). For episode "Mozart as Keyboard Prodigy"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1976 for "Outstanding Classical Music Program for:"Live from Lincoln Center" (1976). Shared with: John Goberman (executive producer) David Griffiths (producer) Ken Campbell (producer) Van Cliburn (performer) (PBS). For episode on 30 January 1976."
    Nominated Emmy - 1961 for "Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Music for Television for:"The Donald O'Connor Show" (1954). (NBC)."
    Nominated Grammy - 1969 for "Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture for:Valley of the Dolls (1967)."
    Won Grammy - 1959 for "Best Soundtrack Album, Dramatic Picture Score or Original Cast for:Gigi (1958)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1967 for "Music Man"
    2nd place Golden Laurel - 1966 for "Music Man"
    Won Golden Laurel - 1965 for "Music Men"
    3rd place Golden Laurel - 1964 for "Top Music"
    2nd place Golden Laurel - 1963 for "Top Song for:Two for the Seesaw (1962). Shared with: Dory Previn For the song "Second Chance"."
    2nd place Golden Laurel - 1962 for "Top Music"
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1961 for "Top Musical Score for:Pepe (1960). 5th place."
    3rd place Golden Laurel - 1958 for "Top Music Director for:Silk Stockings (1957)."
  • Position in top best awards winner: 511
  • Films with André Previn: Secret Service - 2008
    Great Performances - 1998
    Kiri Te Kanawa: Her Greatest Hits - 1994
    Romeo.Juliet - 1990
    Six Weeks - 1982
    Rollerball - 1975
    Jesus Christ Superstar - 1973
    Full House - 1972
    Music on 2 - 1971-1972
    Mrs. Pollifax-Spy - 1971
    The Music Lovers - 1970
    Paint Your Wagon - 1969
    The Way West - 1967
    Thoroughly Modern Millie - 1967
    My Fair Lady - 1964
    Sweet Bird of Youth - 1962
    The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - 1962
    One, Two, Three - 1961
    The 33rd Annual Academy Awards - 1961
    Bells Are Ringing - 1960
    The 32nd Annual Academy Awards - 1960
    Porgy and Bess - 1959
    Party Girl - 1958
    Gigi - 1958
    Silk Stockings - 1957
    The 28th Annual Academy Awards - 1956
    Kismet - 1955
    It's Always Fair Weather - 1955
    Bad Day at Black Rock - 1955
    Young at Heart - 1954
    Rogue Cop - 1954
    The 26th Annual Academy Awards - 1954
    The Great Diamond Robbery - 1954
    Give a Girl a Break - 1953
    Kiss Me Kate - 1953
    Cry of the Hunted - 1953
    Code Two - 1953
    Small Town Girl - 1953
    Above and Beyond - 1952
    Desperate Search - 1952
    Holiday for Sinners - 1952
    Dial 1119 - 1950
    Three Little Words - 1950
    Shadow on the Wall - 1950
    Malaya - 1949
    Border Incident - 1949
    The Great Sinner - 1949
    The Secret Garden - 1949
    Big Jack - 1949
    The Sun Comes Up - 1949
    Act of Violence - 1948
    The Kissing Bandit - 1948
    The Bride Goes Wild - 1948
    It Happened in Brooklyn - 1947
    Undercurrent - 1946
    Return to the Arena: The Making of 'Rollerball' - 2000
    BBC2 Playhouse - 1979
    Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill - 1974
    The Fortune Cookie - 1966
    Inside Daisy Clover - 1965
    Kiss Me, Stupid - 1964
    Goodbye Charlie - 1964
    Dead Ringer - 1964
    Irma la Douce - 1963
    Two for the Seesaw - 1962
    Long Day's Journey Into Night - 1962
    All in a Night's Work - 1961
    The Aquanauts - 1960
    Elmer Gantry - 1960
    The Subterraneans - 1960
    Who Was That Lady? - 1960
    House of Numbers - 1957
    Designing Woman - 1957
    Hot Summer Night - 1957
    The Fastest Gun Alive - 1956
    The Catered Affair - 1956
    The Girl Who Had Everything - 1953
    Cause for Alarm! - 1951
    Kim - 1950
    The Outriders - 1950
    Tension - 1949
    Challenge to Lassie - 1949
    Scene of the Crime - 1949
    Tenth Avenue Angel - 1948
    Late Show with David Letterman - 2011
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - 2011
    BBC Proms - 2009
    Anne-Sophie Mutter & Mendelssohn - 2009
    Anne-Sophie Mutter: Encounters with Mendelssohn - 2009
    Shadowboxer - 2005
    The Crime of Father Amaro - 2002
    Small Time Crooks - 2000
    Fight Club - 1999
    Playing by Heart - 1998
    Anastasia - 1997
    Just Cause - 1995
    Leon: The Professional - 1994
    That's Entertainment! III - 1994
    Murder, She Wrote - 1990
    That's Dancing! - 1985
    The Elephant Man - 1980
    That's Entertainment, Part II - 1976
    Lulu's Back in Town - 1968
    Valley of the Dolls - 1967
    The Dean Martin Comedy Hour - 1967
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - 1967
    The Swinger - 1966
    Harper - 1966
    The Dinah Shore Chevy Show - 1963
    The 35th Annual Academy Awards - 1963
    Pepe - 1960
    Tall Story - 1960
    An Evening with Fred Astaire - 1958
    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - 1958
    Invitation to the Dance - 1956
    MGM Parade - 1955
    On an Island with You - 1948
    Fiesta - 1947
    All the Fine Young Cannibals - 1960
    I've Always Loved You - 1946
    That's Entertainment! - 1974
    In Confidence - 2011
    Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me - 2009
    Deutschland, deine Künstler - 2009
    André Previn: All the Right Notes - 2009
    Charlie Rose - 2009
    Morecambe and Wise: The Show What Paul Merton Did - 2009
    Anne-Sophie Mutter - Dynamik eines Welterfolgs - 2008
    Britain's 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches - 2005
    The Comedians' Comedian - 2005
    The Masters Behind the Musicals - 2004
    I'm Dreaming of a TV Christmas - 2003
    Maischberger - 2003
    Viva - 2003
    Satin and Silk - 2003
    American Masters - 1998-2002
    The Unforgettable Eric Morecambe - 2001
    Great Performances - 1991-2000
    Intimate Portrait - 1999
    The Howard Stern Radio Show - 1999
    The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts - 1998
    The Kindness of Strangers - 1998
    Howard Stern - 1996
    The Sound of Julie Andrews - 1995
    The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts - 1994
    Together... Kiri and Andre on Broadway - 1992
    Today - 1991
    Benny Carter: Symphony in Riffs - 1989
    The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts - 1982
    Looks Familiar - 1981
    Call My Bluff - 1978
    The Lively Arts - 1977-1978
    Previn and the Pittsburgh - 1977
    Live from Lincoln Center - 1976
    Face the Music - 1975
    Omnibus - 1974
    The Morecambe & Wise Show - 1971-1974
    Aquarius - 1970
    The David Frost Show - 1969
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - 1966-1969
    The Bell Telephone Hour - 1959-1966
    The Andy Williams Show - 1965
    The 37th Annual Academy Awards - 1965
    The 36th Annual Academy Awards - 1964
    The Dinah Shore Chevy Show - 1959-1963
    Here's Edie - 1962
    The Garry Moore Show - 1962
    Westinghouse Presents: The Sound of the Sixties - 1961
    Startime - 1960
    The Steve Allen Plymouth Show - 1959
    Sunday Showcase - 1959
    The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show - 1959
    Swing Into Spring! - 1959
    Studio One in Hollywood - 1958
    My Favourite Joke - 2011
    Morecambe & Wise: In Their Own Words - 2008
    The Comedy Christmas - 2007
    The Sketch Show Story - 2001
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Harold Arlen - 1999
    Omnibus - 1998
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