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Barry Fitzgerald (born William Joseph Shields) – Irish actor known for early and mid-twentieth century, the owner of the award “Oscar”. Born March 10, 1988 in Dublin (Ireland), Edinburgh Skerry graduated college specializing in training of civil servants. Until 1929, he was in the public service, combining it with work in the National Theatre of Ireland. Only this year, Barry Fitzgerald professional acting career started. Through familiarity with the famous playwright Sean O’Casey, he played a role in several of his plays, including the play “Juno and the peacock.”
In 1936, Barry Fitzgerald moved to Hollywood, where he made his debut in the film adaptation of another work O’Casey – “The Plough and the Stars”, directed by John Ford. Since then, his career began to flourish: the success brought the role played in the films “The Long Way Home” in 1940, “How Green Was My Valley” in 1941.
For her performance as Fitzdzhibbona father, an elderly priest in one of the urban areas, in the film “Going My Way” Barry Fitzgerald was nominated for “Oscar” for best actor and best supporting actor, becoming the first and only one in the world nominated in these two categories. Subsequently, the American Film Academy these nominations are no longer allowed. The award was presented to him for Best Actor in 1945.
In the midst of World War II, Barry Fitzgerald was shot in the life-affirming movie “The Amazing Mrs. Holliday” and “Corvette K-225.” They came out in theaters in 1943, but only up to the full end of hostilities in the box appeared twelve paintings with his participation.
In the mid-fifties of the last century actor dabbled in television, taking part in the series “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” and “Theatre”, “General Electric”, “”, and in 1959 he returned to Dublin, where two years later he died after a massive heart attack.
Throughout his acting career, Barry Fitzgerald played more than fifty roles, and his achievements in this field were awarded two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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