Edmond O'Brien

Actor / Film Producer / Film Director | * 09/10/1915 († 69, 05/09/1985) | New York City, New York (United States of America (USA))
Eamon Joseph O'Brien (September 10, 1915 – May 9, 1985) was an American film director and actor. In a career spanning nearly four decades, he won an Academy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, and two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. One of the most respected character actors of American cinema, O'Brien gained critical acclaim for his roles in The Barefoot Contessa (1954) and Seven Days in May (1964), the former of which won him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, the latter of which he received a nomination in the same category. His other notable films include The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), The Killers (1946), A Double Life (1947), White Heat (1949), D.O.A. (1950), ()
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Most frequent genres for this person: Drama | Crime | Romance / Love

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Awards & Nominations for Edmond O'Brien

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Academy Awards Golden Globe Awards Star On Hollywood Walk of Fame 2x Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor

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Movies with Edmond O'Brien as Actor(83)

as Pat Mullins2018 The Other Side of the Wind
as Oscar Muldoon (archive footage)2010 Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff
as (in "White Heat") (archive footage)1982 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
as Uncle Frank Kelly1974 99 and 44/100% Dead
as Commissioner Harry J. Anslinger1973 Lucky Luciano
as Justin Oates1973 Isn't It Shocking?
as Morton Stillman1971 What's a Nice Girl Like You...?
as Bergman1971 LA 2017
as Col. William Bodeen1970 The Intruders
as Timothy MacDonald1970 Dream No Evil
as Osborn Tremaine1969 The Love God?
as Freddie Sykes1969 The Wild Bunch
as Marvin Bishop1967 The Outsider
as Sphax (publisher)1967 To Commit a Murder
as The Man1966 The Doomsday Flight
as General Carter1966 Fantastic Voyage
as Jefferson Crowley1965 The Further Adventures of Gallegher
as Oscar Stewart1965 Sylvia
as Chuck Dederich1965 Synanon
as Jefferson Crowley1964 The Adventures of Gallegher
as Arnie Seeger1964 The Hanged Man
as Sen. Raymond Clark1964 Seven Days in May
as Col. Theron Pardee1964 Rio Conchos
as Dutton Peabody1962 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
as Tom Gaddis1962 Birdman of Alcatraz
as McClosky aka 'Mac'1962 Moon Pilot
as Gen. Raymond D. Barton1962 The Longest Day
as Capt. Glover - HMCS Cayuga1961 The Great Impostor
as Second Engineer Walsh1960 The Last Voyage
as The Voice1960 The 3rd Voice
as Mike Buchanan1959 The Ambitious One
as Commander Paul Stevenson1959 Up Periscope
as David Carson1958 The World Was His Jury
as Joseph Sharkey1958 Sing Boy Sing
as George Underwood1957 Stopover Tokyo
as Al Preston1957 The Comedian
as Joe Jagger1957 The Big Land
as Dan Taggart1956 A Cry in the Night
as Winston Smith of the Outer Party1956 1984
as Marty 'Fats' Murdock1956 The Girl Can't Help It
as Lt. Col. Alexander Timmer1956 D-Day the Sixth of June
as Lt. Col. Frank Wasnick1956 The Rack
as Fran McCarg1955 Pete Kelly's Blues
as Daniel Maynard1954 The Shanghai Story
as Det. Lt. Barney Nolan1954 Shield for Murder
as Oscar Muldoon1954 The Barefoot Contessa
as Ben Anthony1953 Cow Country
as Steve Rawley1953 Man in the Dark
as Capt. Matt Reardon1953 China Venture
as Harry Graham / Harrison Graham1953 The Bigamist
as Casca1953 Julius Caesar
as Roy Collins1953 The Hitch-Hiker
as John Conroy1952 The Turning Point
as Midway Barker at End (uncredited)1952 The Greatest Show on Earth
as Jim Vesser1952 Denver and Rio Grande
as Michael "Lefty" Farrell1951 Two of a Kind
as Larkin Moffat1951 Silver City
as John Vickers1951 Warpath
as Maj. Dunn Jeffers (Union intelligence officer)1951 The Redhead and The Cowboy
as Officer Dan Purvis1950 Between Midnight and Dawn
as Mal Granger1950 711 Ocean Drive
as Frank Bigelow1950 D.O.A.
as Jimmy Stevens1950 The Admiral Was a Lady
as Steve Connolly1950 Backfire
as Vic Pardo1949 White Heat
as Narrator (voice) (uncredited)1949 Under Capricorn
as Maj. Ed Hardin1948 Fighter Squadron
as Lt. Tom Farrington1948 For the Love of Mary
as David Douglas1948 An Act of Murder
as Benjamin Hubbard1948 Another Part of the Forest
as Bob Regan1947 The Web
as Bill Friend1947 A Double Life
as Jim Reardon1946 The Killers
as Irving Miller1944 Winged Victory
as Tom Holliday1943 The Amazing Mrs. Holliday
as J. Quincy 'Penji' Pennant1942 Powder Town
as 'Red' Reddy, aka Professor Stanley1942 Obliging Young Lady
as William Mayberry Burke1941 Parachute Battalion
as Stephen Herrick1941 A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob

TV Shows/Series with Edmond O'Brien as Actor(21)

Movies with Edmond O'Brien as Crew(2)

Directing/Director1961 Man-Trap
Directing/Director1954 Shield for Murder

TV Shows/Series with Edmond O'Brien as Crew(1)

Directing/Director1951 Schlitz Playhouse of Stars

Full Name: Edmond O'Brien
Born: Friday, 09/10 1915 (September) in New York City, New York (United States of America (USA))
Died: Thursday, 05/09 1985 (May) in Inglewood (aged: 69)
Zodiac sign: Virgo (Chinese zodiac sign: Rabbit)
Languages: English (EN, native language)
Educated at: Columbia University, Fordham University, Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre
Employer: Warner Bros.
Spouses (current/former): Nancy Kelly, Olga San Juan
Children: Brendan O'Brien
Siblings: Liam O'Brien
Other names for Edmond O'Brien (nicknames, foreign languages etc.):
"Edmund O'Brien"
"Edmond O’Brien"
Edmond O'Brien frequently works together with these people:
James Gregory (14x, Actor)
Barry Sullivan (10x, Actor)
Sid Haig (10x, Actor)
Steve Forrest (10x, Actor)
Ricardo Montalban (9x, Actor)
John Dehner (9x, Actor)
James Whitmore (9x, Actor)
J. Pat O'Malley (9x, Actor)
Dan O'Herlihy (9x, Actor)
John Larch (8x, Actor)
Anthony Caruso (8x, Actor)
Bud Westmore (7x, Crew)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:8285, Added: 05/06/2018, Last updated: 11/26/2021