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Douvill Charles Coburn was born June 19, 1877 (Savannah, GA, USA).
Charles Coburn came to the cinema at the age of 60 years after the death of his first wife, with whom they played together for a long time in the theater and Coburn were known as actors. First of all, shooting films Coburn regarded as a profitable occupation, but it was also a job that brought him popularity. He was three times nominated for the “Oscar” for Best Supporting Actor and once was honored for her role in the film “The more, the merrier” (1943).
Probably the most entrenched image of Cockburn – a way of imaginary gentleman – or on an ocean liner ( “Colonel” Harrington), or voluptuously peering in a monocle and sought to deceive his partner Barbara Stanwyck in “The Lady Eve” (1941). No less brilliantly he played the millionaire (Sir Francis ‘Piggy’ Beekman) in the movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (1953), which puts on the eye heroine Marilyn Monroe. More chubby Coburn with an angry look, and “croaking” voice perfectly checkered as judges, politicians, academics, and her father, who stand in the way of young people, in light dramas and comedies such as “The History of Alexander Graham Bell” (1939), “Edison, people “(1940),” Heaven can wait “(1943),” Monkey business “(1952) and” How to kill a rich uncle “(1957). In the film “Kings quarrel” (1942) Coburn ceases in a completely new role – the role of sadistic surgeon from a small town, which is blasphemous amputate both legs hero Ronald Reagan. His vivid game in no way inferior game Star partners in such blockbusters as “Around the World in 80 Days” (1956) and “History of Mankind” (1957).
Charles Coburn died on August 30, 1961 (New York, United States) of a heart attack.
Award “Oscar” (1943):
Best Supporting Actor ( “In close quarters, but not mad”)
Nominated for “Oscar” (1941):
Best Supporting Actor ( “The Devil and Miss Jones”)