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Lee Marvin

Lee Marvin

American actor
Lee Marvin was an American film and television actor. Known for his bass voice and premature white hair, he is best remembered for playing hardboiled "tough guy" characters.Wikipedia
BornFebruary 19, 1924
HometownNew York City, New York, United States of America
Height6'2" (1.87m)
SpousePamela Feeley, Betty Ebeling
PartnerMichelle Triola Marvin
ChildrenClaudia Marvin, Cynthia Marvin, Christopher Marvin, Courtenay Marvin
ParentsLamont Waltman Marvin, Courtenay Washington Davidge
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From The Guns of Navarone to Fury: The 10 greatest ‘men on a mission’ movies ever made

  • It comes as a surprise that it has taken Guy Ritchie 25 years and 15 pictures to make his first proper men-on-a-mission film. After all, there are few filmmakers working today who are more comfortable with the kind of macho action cinema that the genre demands, and with previous projects called things like The Gentlemen, The Covenant and Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre, he has established himself as one of Hollywood’s premier directors of male-centric bloodshed. Yet it’s only now with his new

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Wand'rin' Star [Live on the Ed Sullivan Show, October 12, 1969]
Wand'rin' Star [Live on the Ed Sullivan Show, October 12, 1969]
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AWARDS

YearAssociationsCategoryWorkResult
1970Golden GlobeBest Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or ComedyPaint Your Wagon (film)Nominated
1966Golden GlobeBest Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or ComedyCat BallouWinner
1966British Academy of Film & Television ArtsForeign ActorCat BallouWinner
1966British Academy of Film & Television ArtsForeign ActorThe Killers (1964 film)Winner
1966Academy AwardActorCat BallouWinner
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