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BIOGRAPHY
Joseph Cheshire Cotten was born May 15, 1905 (Pittsburgh, Virginia, United States).
In 1930, Cotten debuted on Broadway, he began to appear on stage and in radio show. Try yourself in a movie he managed his friendship with director Orson Welles. They met on Broadway, and he persuaded Cotten join his troupe “Mercury”. But he looked Miserables alongside other actors of the theater in the film “Citizen Kane” (1941). Everything is just beginning – eventually Cotten will present a movie star, starring in seventy films in forty years of career, he tries himself as a character actor and protagonist of romantic and action movies.
He soon signed a contract with David O.Selznikom, who directed him in the daunting role in the film “Duel in the Sun” (1946) and the light of love melodrama “Portrait of Jenny” (1948). Despite their fragile friendship Wells Cotten helped in every possible way, making it the soul of the film “The Magnificent Ambersons” (1942) and is involved in writing the script, “Travel in fear” (1943). There was also a picture of “The Third Man” (1949) with Cotten as the late Harry Lima that raised all the joys and difficulties of their friendship. In Hollywood, Cotten played a positive but boring characters, and then Alfred Hitchcock decided to try it in an unusual role – in “doubt Shadows” (1943) Cotten plays a serial killer who loses its charm once gets to attractive gizmos wealthy widows. Then the actor embarked on an international level playing Southern colonels in westerns like “Cruel Intentions” (1967) or bizarre horror films, such as “Torture Chamber” (1972) by Mario Bava.
He died in 1994 (Westwood, California, USA).

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