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American actor Spencer Tracy was born on April 5, 1900 in the city of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His childhood can not be called cloudless – drinking father, constant running away from home, fighting with peers, with the exception of one school after another … Probably, at some point, so this kind of life has grown hateful young man, he decided to leave the madding crowd and become a priest. However, rebellious spirit took her even in a Jesuit school – Spencer and escaped from it, and enlisted in the Navy.
After the army ostepenivshiysya young man wanted to become a doctor. He enrolled at Ripon College, where he became involved in performances of local amateur theater. The production of “truth” on the play by Clyde Fitch enjoyed major success with the audience, and Tracey decided to retrain as a professional actor, going to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
At first, this idea did not promise anything good – he wandered, mainly by the provincial scaffolding and often remain without a livelihood. Only at the age of thirty, the actor was seen by John Ford, who invited him to the role of “positive” gangster comedy “Up the River” (1930). This work defines the main directions of subsequent Tracy roles.
Open manly face Spencer Direct, but somewhat ironic look is perfectly suited for the expression of feelings of the audience favorite of those years of “bad good guys.” The typical image of Tracy – a simple, intelligent and kind man whom circumstances have forced to become a gangster. This is the actor in the film “Easy Millions” (1931), “Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing” (1932), “dregs of society” (1936).
In 1936, the actor was able to go beyond this image, performing the role of the innocent victims of lynching in the film by Fritz Lang’s “Fury.” Since then, Spencer Tracy played many serious dramatic roles – the Portuguese sailor in the film adaptation of the works of Kipling’s “Captains Courageous” (1937), a priest in the film “Boys Town” (1938), Thomas Edison in the film “Edison – Man” (1940) and others. The first two of the roles listed above have been awarded the “Oscars”. Tracy has long been the only film actor of the world, who was honored with this award twice in a row.
Since 1941 and until his death (June 10, 1967) he was an actor in a love-romantic relationship with Katharine Hepburn, with whom he had a chance to play in a few lyrical comedies. In the 60-ies. Spencer actively starred in director Stanley Kramer.