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George Nader

George Nader

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Also Known As: George G Nader, George S Nader Died: February 4, 2002
Born: October 19, 1921 Cause of Death: pulmonary failure and pneumonia
Birth Place: Pasadena, California, USA Profession: actor, producer, director

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George Nader was an accomplished actor who appeared in a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career. In 1958, he starred in the TV series "The Further Adventures of Ellery Queen." He moved to Europe in the 1970s. Nader began his acting career with roles in such films as the musical comedy "Down Among the Sheltering Palms" (1953) with William Lundigan, "Carnival Story" (1954) and the western "Four Guns to the Border" (1954) with Rory Calhoun. He also appeared in "Lady Godiva" (1955) and "Six Bridges to Cross" (1955) with Tony Curtis. Nader won a New Star Of The Year - Actor Golden Globe Award in 1954. He kept working in film throughout the fifties and the sixties, starring in "Away All Boats" (1956), the Burgess Meredith comedic adaptation "Joe Butterfly" (1957) and the Hedy Lamarr drama "The Female Animal" (1958). He also appeared in "Nowhere to Go" (1959). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Shannon" (1961-62). Nader was most recently credited in "Phenomenon" (NBC, 2007-08). In the seventies through the early 2000s, Nader lent his talents to projects like "Beyond Atlantis" with Patrick Wayne (1973), "Nakia" (ABC, 1973-74) and "Army Wives" (Lifetime,...

George Nader was an accomplished actor who appeared in a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career. In 1958, he starred in the TV series "The Further Adventures of Ellery Queen." He moved to Europe in the 1970s. Nader began his acting career with roles in such films as the musical comedy "Down Among the Sheltering Palms" (1953) with William Lundigan, "Carnival Story" (1954) and the western "Four Guns to the Border" (1954) with Rory Calhoun. He also appeared in "Lady Godiva" (1955) and "Six Bridges to Cross" (1955) with Tony Curtis. Nader won a New Star Of The Year - Actor Golden Globe Award in 1954. He kept working in film throughout the fifties and the sixties, starring in "Away All Boats" (1956), the Burgess Meredith comedic adaptation "Joe Butterfly" (1957) and the Hedy Lamarr drama "The Female Animal" (1958). He also appeared in "Nowhere to Go" (1959). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Shannon" (1961-62). Nader was most recently credited in "Phenomenon" (NBC, 2007-08). In the seventies through the early 2000s, Nader lent his talents to projects like "Beyond Atlantis" with Patrick Wayne (1973), "Nakia" (ABC, 1973-74) and "Army Wives" (Lifetime, 2006-2013). His credits also expanded to "Baldwin Hills" (2006-09). Nader passed away in February 2002 at the age of 81.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Nakia (1974) Mcmasters
2.
 Beyond Atlantis (1973) Nereus
3.
 House of a Thousand Dolls (1967) Stephen Armstrong
4.
 The Million Eyes of Su-Muru (1967) Nick West
5.
 The Human Duplicators (1965) Glenn Martin
6.
 The Secret Mark of d'Artagnan (1963) D'Artagnan
7.
 Nowhere to Go (1959) Paul "Greg" Gregory
8.
 The Female Animal (1958) Chris Farley
9.
 Appointment with a Shadow (1958) Paul Baxter
10.
 Flood Tide (1958) Steve Martin
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Put under contract by Universal
1952:
Film debut, "Monsoon"
1958:
Starred in the TV series "The Further Adventures of Ellery Queen"
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Cast as the lead in TV's "The Man and the Challenge"
1961:
Played the title role in the series "Shannon"
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Moved to Europe in the 1970s
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Education

Occidental College: -
Pasadena Playhouse: Pasadena , California -

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companion:
Mark Miller. Former secretary. Was Rock Hudson's secretary; together from c. 1946 until Nader's death.

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cousin:
Michael Nader. Actor. Survived him.

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