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Warren Beatty

Warren Beatty

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Born: March 30, 1937 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Richmond, Virginia, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Virginia
1959:
TV series debut, "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (CBS); pulled after three episodes by his agent
1960:
Broadway debut in William Inge's "A Loss of Roses"; garnered a best actor Tony Award nomination; was his only appearance on the Broadway stage
1961:
Made film debut under Elia Kazan's direction and opposite Natalie Wood in "Splendor in the Grass"; received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor
1962:
Cast opposite Angela Lansbury and Eva Marie Saint in John Frankenheimer's "All Fall Down"
1967:
First film as producer, "Bonnie and Clyde"; also co-starred with Faye Dunaway; film was nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor
1971:
First film with Goldie Hawn, the caper film "$"
1971:
Co-starred with off-screen companion Julie Christie in Robert Altman's "McCabe & Mrs. Miller"
1974:
Starred (also produced) in Alan J. Pakula's political thriller "The Parallax View"
1975:
Teamed with Jack Nicholson and Stockard Channing in Mike Nichols' "The Fortune"
1975:
First film as co-writer (with Robert Towne), "Shampoo"; also produced and acted; re-teamed Beatty with Hawn and Christie; garnered an Academy Award nomination for Best Screenplay
1978:
First film directing (co-directed with Buck Henry), "Heaven Can Wait"; also co-wrote (with Elaine May), produced and co-starred; third collaboration with Julie Christie; film nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay
1981:
Earned first Academy Award as Best Director for his epic love story "Reds"; also produced, co-wrote and starred as John Reed opposite Diane Keaton's Louise Bryant; film received 12 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Screenplay
1987:
Returned to films after a six year hiatus to co-star with Dustin Hoffman in the critically panned, "Ishtar"; regarded as one of the biggest box office bombs in film history
1990:
Produced, directed and played the title role as the comic strip character "Dick Tracy"; film received seven Academy Award nominations
1991:
Appeared in then off-screen love Madonna's documentary, "Madonna: Truth or Dare"
1991:
Portrayed real-life gangster Bugsy Siegel in the critically acclaimed biopic "Bugsy"; co-starred with future wife Annette Bening; also produced; earned a Best Actor Oscar nomination
1994:
Starred opposite off-screen love, Annette Bening in the remake of "Love Affair"; also co-write and produced
1998:
Directed and starred in the political satire "Bullworth"; also co-wrote and co-produced; garnered a Best Screenplay Academy Award nomination
2001:
Appeared in last film to date, "Town and Country"; re-teamed Beatty with Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn

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