Person Details

Birthday: 1914-12-26 16:14:35

Death: 2008-03-24 16:14:35

Aliases: Ричард Уидмарк

Gender: Male

Place of birth: Sunrise Township, Minnesota, USA

Homepage:

Movie Involvements: 79

TV Involvements: 6


Most Famous Work

Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Richard Widmark (December 26, 1914 – March 24, 2008) was an American actor of films, stage, radio and television. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his role as the villainous Tommy Udo in his debut film, Kiss of Death. Early in his career Widmark specialized in similar villainous or anti-hero roles in films noir, but he later branched out into more heroic leading and support roles in westerns, mainstream dramas and horror films, among others. At his death, Widmark was the earliest surviving Oscar nominee in the Supporting Actor category, and one of only two left from the 1940s (the other having been James Whitmore). For his contribution to the motion picture industry, Widmark has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6800 Hollywood Boulevard. In 2002, he was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Description above from the Wikipedia article Richard Widmark, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

Most Famous Work

What's My Line?
Average
7

What's My Line?

(1950) Self - Mystery Guest
Judgment at Nuremberg
Average
8

Judgment at Nuremberg

(1961) Tad Lawson
How the West Was Won
Average
7

How the West Was Won

(1962) Mike King
Pickup on South Street
Average
8

Pickup on South Street

(1953) Skip McCoy
Warlock
Average
7

Warlock

(1959) Johnny Gannon
Murder on the Orient Express
Average
7

Murder on the Orient Express

(1974) Mr. Ratchett
Against All Odds
Average
6

Against All Odds

(1984) Ben Caxton
The Swarm
Average
5

The Swarm

(1978) Gen. Thaddeus Slater

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
2002 Skip McCoy (archive footage)
2000 Himself
1999 Himself - Actor
1997 Self
1995 Narrator
1992 Ward Hill Lamon (voice)
Jim Bowie
1991 Self (archive footage)
Sen. James Stiles
1989 Enoch Rucker Blakeslee
1988 Self (archive footage)
Captain Owen Hayes
1987 Self - Narrator
Sheriff Mapes
1986 Herself
1985 Joe Steiner
1984 Ben Caxton
1982 Secretary of State Arthur Currie
Ransom
Stan Nagurski ("Municipalians")
Self
1981 Tom Goodenough
1980 Judge Parke Denison
1979 Otto Gerran
Al Sieber
1978 Gen. Thaddeus Slater
Dr. Harris
1977 Agent Hoyt
Tagge
Gen. Martin MacKenzie - Commanding General SA
1976 Sam Lucas
John Verney
1975 Will Spence
1974 Mr. Ratchett
Rebel Benjamin Franklin
1973 Self
Lieutenant Max Brock
1972 Red Dillon
Sgt. Dan Madigan
1971 (archive footage)
Self
President Paul Roudebush
1970 Dr. Emmett Taulbee
1969 Marshal Frank Patch
Major William Patten
1968 Det. Daniel Madigan
1967 Lije Evans
1966 Col. Tom Rossiter
1965 Captain Eric Finlander, U.S.N.
1964 Capt. Thomas Archer
Rolfe
L:t. Col. Glenn Stevenson
1962 Mike King
1961 Tad Lawson
First Lt. Jim Gary
Michael Reynolds
1960 Jim Bowie
N/A
1959 Johnny Gannon
Ralph Anderson
1958 August 'Augie' Poole
Clint Hollister
1957 Col. William Edwards
The Dauphin, Charles VII
1956 Comanche Todd
Michael 'Mike' Latimer
Jim Slater
Narrator
1955 Sgt. Joe Lawrence
Dr. Stewart 'Mac' McIver
1954 Ben Devereaux
Fiske
Capt. Adam Jones
1953 Sgt. Thorne Ryan
Skip McCoy
Sam McHale
Self
1952 Dave Jennings
Johnny Kernan (segment "The Clarion Call")
Jed Towers
Cliff Mason
1951 Richard Widmark
Lt. Cmdr. John Lawrence
Lt. Carl Anderson
1950 Ray Biddle
Lt. Cmdr. Clinton 'Clint' Reed M.D.
Harry Fabian
Self - Mystery Guest
1949 Lt. Willard Francis Slattery
Dan Lunceford
1948 Dude
Jefferson T. 'Jefty' Robbins
Alec Stiles
Self
Self (archive footage)
1947 Tommy Udo
N/A
Year Character Movie/Tv

Production

Year Role Movie/Tv
1965 Producer
1961 Producer
1957 Producer
Year Role Movie/Tv

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