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Yoo Hae-Jin dem Hintergrund, Jack Lemmon er Natalia Cigliuti Familie hatte, habe ich nur gestaunt. - InhaltsverzeichnisHendrikje Fitz. 69 rows · Jack Lemmon (born John Uhler Lemmon III, February 8, – June 27, ) was an . Jack Lemmon est un acteur et réalisateur américain, né le 8 février à Newton (Massachusetts) et mort le 27 juin à Los Angeles ().. Avec Marcello Mastroianni et Dean Stockwell, il est un des trois seuls acteurs ayant obtenu à deux reprises le Prix d'interprétation masculine au festival de CannesDécès: 27 juin (à 76 ans), Los Angeles, Californie . Jack Lemmon For more than four decades, whether working in comedy or tragedy, actor Jack Lemmon () epitomized the joys and travails of Americans in the latter half of the 20th century. Noted as one of the most versatile U.S. film actors of his generation, Lemmon gave numerous memorable performances in theater, film, and television, greatly influencing a later generation of actors. Jack Lemmon was born in Newton, Massachusetts, to Mildred Lankford Noel and John Uhler Lemmon, Jr., the president of a doughnut company. His ancestry included Irish (from his paternal grandmother) and English. Jack attended Ward Elementary near his Newton, MA home. Jack Lemmon, in full John Uhler Lemmon III, (born February 8, , Newton, Massachusetts, U.S.—died June 27, , Los Angeles, California), American screen and stage actor who was adept at both comedy and drama and was noted for his portrayals of high-strung or neurotic characters in American films from the s onward. A widowed singer marries her late husband's songwriting partner, which leads to trouble when her first husband turns up very much alive. Director: H.C. Potter | Stars: Betty Grable, Marge Champion, Gower Champion, Jack Lemmon. Jack Lemmon was indisputably one of the greatest and most beloved screen actors in history. His unique combination of raw acting talent, humility, humor and likeability were unparalleled. I remember my Father saying, "I just think of Jack Lemmon, and I can't help but smile.". June 28, / AM / CBS A master of comedy, great at drama, actor Jack Lemmon has lost his battle with cancer at age Lemmon underwent surgery to remove an inflamed gall bladder last month.
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Vance Riz Ahmed Darren Criss Jharrel Jerome Mark Ruffalo Film Society of Lincoln Center Gala Tribute Honorees. Charlie Chaplin Fred Astaire Alfred Hitchcock Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman George Cukor Bob Hope John Huston Barbara Stanwyck Billy Wilder Laurence Olivier Claudette Colbert Federico Fellini Elizabeth Taylor Alec Guinness Yves Montand Bette Davis James Stewart Audrey Hepburn Gregory Peck Jack Lemmon Robert Altman Shirley MacLaine Clint Eastwood Sean Connery Martin Scorsese Mike Nichols Al Pacino Jane Fonda Francis Ford Coppola Susan Sarandon Michael Caine Dustin Hoffman Jessica Lange Diane Keaton Meryl Streep Tom Hanks Michael Douglas Sidney Poitier Catherine Deneuve Barbra Streisand Rob Reiner Robert Redford Morgan Freeman Robert De Niro Helen Mirren No honoree Spike Lee Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Film. Although there had been duds along the way, Lemmon's screen career had been remarkably successful, and he was enormously popular with the public and his peers.
But he was to give increasingly mannered performances in the next years, partly to compensate for weaker films - even from Wilder - including The Front Page and Buddy, Buddy He found himself stressed and drinking too much, which led to a fine for drink driving in He finally gave up alcohol in the early s, and gradually cut out his huge cigarette consumption in favour of cigars, then, later, a comforting pipe.
The decade yielded him few decent movies, however, and he even appeared as the pilot in the pot-boiler, Airport '77, and a poor reworking of John Osborne's The Entertainer for television.
Only the gripping China Syndrome , dealing with his pet concern of ecology, proved a great commercial and critical success. He did, however, make many television specials, including a programme about his favourite composer, Gershwin, and a tribute to his friend Ernie Kovacs.
In , Lemmon returned successfully to the stage in Tribute, playing a publicist, who, discovering that he is terminally ill, desperately tries to re-connect with his estranged wife and son.
It was subsequently filmed but, despite plaudits, including a silver bear at Berlin in , still seems intensely theatrical on screen.
There were better movies to follow, though, notably Costa-Gavras's Missing , in which Lemmon is a father desperately searching for his son, who has disappeared in Chile during the Pinochet coup.
The film was critical of the regime - and of American support there - but Lemmon also saw it as a portrait of an ordinary family man in deep crisis.
In Mass Appeal , he was a priest trying to help a young homosexual with his faith and, the next year, proved, even working opposite Marcello Mastroianni, that nothing could save soggy Macaroni.
Then he starred in an intriguing failure, That's Life, cast in the semi-autobiographical role of his close friend, Blake Edwards. The film, about an architect going through a mid-life crisis, was part written by Edwards's psychiatrist, and co-starred the director's wife Julie Andrews, with Lemmon's actress wife, Felicia Farr, as the seductress.
His son Chris was also in the movie, shot largely at Edwards's home. It proved a box-office disaster.
He starred on Broadway, on tour and - importantly for Lemmon - made his London debut in the piece, directed by Jonathan Miller.
They subsequently filmed it for television. As the years progressed, Lemmon became increasingly active, happy to take character roles, including a year-old in Dad , a telling cameo as Jack Martin, in Oliver Stone's controversial JFK , and the lacerating role in David Mamet's ensemble work, Glengarry Glen Ross His performance as the pitiful Shelley Levene was unequalled in his later career.
Lemmon's favourite pastimes were golf, pool and the piano, and he got to use the last in Robert Altman's The Player His musical talents had led him to record an album, A Twist of Lemon, and to compose themes for two of his films, Fire Down Below and Tribute.
Noted as one of the most versatile U. Actor Jack Lemmon was born in the Boston suburb of Newton, Massachusetts, on February 8, — legend has it that he was actually born in the hospital elevator.
The son of a successful businessman, Lemmon grew up under the expectation that he would follow his father into the bakery business. He was educated at Andover Academy and by the time he graduated from Harvard University he was thoroughly bitten by the acting bug, having acted in summer stock and in some of Harvard's Hasty Pudding productions.
In a interview in the Independent Mark Steyn quoted Lemmon's account of how he broke the news of his aspiration to be an actor to his father after graduating from Harvard University in "'Pop, can you lend me bucks so I can go to New York and see if I can get in the theatre?
Do you really love it? Because when the day comes that I don't find romance in a loaf of bread, I'll quit. Then I remembered, well, I do love it, like he loved what he did.
He also performed in skits there and tended bar, among other tasks. During his early years in the business he continued doing summer stock.
In late Lemmon appeared in a television series, That Wonderful Guy, along with Cynthia Stone, whom he later married. The series was canceled after 17 weeks, but Lemmon soon landed a job as master of ceremonies on a talent show named Toni Twin Time, where he received mixed reviews as an MC.
When the show was canceled he and Stone found work on an improvisation show called The Ad Libbers. After that show was canceled Lemmon and Stone were paired once again, this time in a continuing minute segment in which they played a young married couple.
For the two, art mirrored life, as they had married on May 7, In Lemmon and Stone were cast in yet another situation comedy, Heaven for Betsy, which was panned by the critics.
By the early s Lemmon, who now worked regularly in television, landed a part in the Broadway revival of Room Service, a hit play from the s.
Lemmon's Broadway debut was not so fortunate; this time around. Room Service closed after 18 performances, leaving Lemmon undaunted by the show's generally poor reviews.
For one thing, he received valuable experience and exposure; for another, Hollywood literally beckoned him.
He signed a seven-year nonexclusive contract with Columbia Pictures that required him to do two films a year, with a studio option for a third.
Unfortunately, as his career moved forward his marriage with Stone steadily declined. A master of comedy, great at drama, actor Jack Lemmon has lost his battle with cancer at age Lemmon underwent surgery to remove an inflamed gall bladder last month and had been in and out of Los Angeles hospitals over the past several months, his publicist Warren Cowan said.
Lemmon's acting career spanned the second half of the 20th century. He received an extraordinary eight Academy Award nominations, and won twice.
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Lemmon hadn't come to Hollywood as a novice though. Before that Lemmon was president of Harvard University's prestigious theatrical group, the Hasty Pudding Club.Juni erlag der Rachael Blake Schauspieler einem Krebsleiden und starb im Beisein seiner Familie in einer Klinik in Los Angeles. Siegfried Schürenberg. Jesse Eisenberg. Jack Lemmon starb am