Fredric March

Actor / Character Actor | * 08/30/1897 († 77, 04/14/1975) | Racine, Wisconsin, USA
Fredric March (born Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel; August 31, 1897 – April 14, 1975) was an American actor, regarded as "one of Hollywood's most celebrated, versatile stars of the 1930s and 1940s". He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931) and The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), as well as the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for Years Ago (1947) and Long Day's Journey into Night (1956). March is one of only two actors, the other being Helen Hayes, to have won both the Academy Award and the Tony Award twice. ()
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Most frequent genres for this person: Drama | Romance / Love | Comedies

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Awards & Nominations for Fredric March

2x Academy Award for Best Actor 2x Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play 5x Academy Award for Best Actor Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play

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Movies with Fredric March as Actor(86)

as Himself (archive footage)2003 Complicated Women
as (archive footage)1975 Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
as Harry Hope1973 The Iceman Cometh
as Mayor Jeff Parks1970 ...tick... tick... tick...
as Dr. Alex Favor1967 Hombre
as President Jordan Lyman1964 Seven Days in May
as Albrecht von Gerlach1962 The Condemned of Altona
as Dr. Joseph Pearson1961 The Young Doctors
as Matthew Harrison Brady1960 Inherit the Wind
as Narrator1959 A Christmas Carol
as Jerry Kingsley1959 Middle of the Night
as Albert Schweitzer (english voice)1957 Albert Schweitzer
as Philip of Macedonia1956 Alexander the Great
as Himself / Narrator1956 Island of Allah
as Dan C. Hilliard1955 The Desperate Hours
as Ebenezer Scrooge1954 A Christmas Carol
as Rear Adm. George Tarrant1954 The Bridges at Toko-Ri
as Loren Phineas Shaw1954 Executive Suite
as Karel Cernik1953 Man on a Tightrope
as Joe Esposito1951 It's a Big Country
as Willy Loman1951 Death of a Salesman
as Christopher Columbus1949 Christopher Columbus
as Judge Calvin Cooke1948 An Act of Murder
as Himself--at Academy Awards (uncredited)1947 So You Want to Be in Pictures
as Al Stephenson1946 The Best Years of Our Lives
as Mike Frame1944 Tomorrow, the World!
as Narrator (voice)1944 Valley of the Tennessee
as Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain)1944 The Adventures of Mark Twain
as Jonathan / Nathaniel / Samuel / Wallace Wooley1942 I Married a Witch
as Josef Steiner1941 So Ends Our Night
as William Spence1941 One Foot in Heaven
as Luke Drake1941 Bedtime Story
as Barrie Trexel1940 Susan and God
as Hendrik Heyst1940 Victory
as (archive footage)1940 Cavalcade of the Academy Awards
as Narration (voice)1939 The 400 Million
as Jean Lafitte1938 The Buccaneer
as Bill Spencer1938 There Goes My Heart
as Sam Wye1938 Trade Winds
as Wallace "Wally" Cook1937 Nothing Sacred
as Norman Maine1937 A Star Is Born
as himself1936 Breakdowns of 1936
as Bothwell1936 Mary of Scotland
as Anthony Adverse1936 Anthony Adverse
as Lieutenant Michel Denet1936 The Road to Glory
as Jean Valjean / Champmathieu1935 Les Misérables
as Alan Trent1935 The Dark Angel
as Count Vronsky1935 Anna Karenina
as Don Ellis1934 All of Me
as Prince Sirki / Death1934 Death Takes a Holiday
as Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov1934 We Live Again
as Benvenuto Cellini1934 The Affairs of Cellini
as Mace Townsley1934 Good Dame
as Robert Browning1934 The Barretts of Wimpole Street
as Sabien Pastal1933 Tonight Is Ours
as Tom Chambers1933 Design for Living
as Jerry H. Young1933 The Eagle and the Hawk
as Marcus Superbus - Prefect of Rome1932 The Sign of the Cross
as Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde1932 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
as Jerry Corbett1932 Merrily We Go to Hell
as Buddy Drake / Arthur Drake1932 Strangers in Love
as Himself (uncredited)1932 Make Me a Star
as Kenneth Wayne1932 Smilin' Through
as Rudek Berken1931 The Night Angel
as Jerry Stafford1931 Honor Among Lovers
as Dick Grady1931 My Sin
as Tony Cavendish1930 The Royal Family of Broadway
as Paul Lockridge1930 Laughter
as Marine1930 Paramount on Parade
as Howard Vanning1930 Sarah and Son
as Dwight Howell1930 Ladies Love Brutes
as Dan O'Bannon1930 Manslaughter
as Bull's Eye McCoy1930 True to the Navy
as James 'Gil' Gilmore1929 The Wild Party
as Jim Hutton1929 Paris Bound
as Gregory Pyne1929 Footlights and Fools
as Martin Boyne1929 The Marriage Playground
as Richard Hardell1929 The Studio Murder Mystery
as Extra1921 The Devil

TV Shows/Series with Fredric March as Actor(4)

Full Name: Frederic March
Born: 08/30 1897 (August) in Racine
Died: Monday, 04/14 1975 (April) in Los Angeles (aged: 77)
Zodiac sign: Virgo (Chinese zodiac sign: Rooster)
Languages: English (EN)
Educated at: University of Wisconsin–Madison
Spouses (current/former): Florence Eldridge, Ellis Baker
Other names for Fredric March (nicknames, foreign languages etc.):
"Фредрик Марч"
"Frederick March"
"Фредрік Марч"
Fredric March frequently works together with these people:
Claudette Colbert (8x, Actress)
John Leipold (8x, Crew)
Travis Banton (8x, Crew)
Florence Eldridge (7x, Actress)
Gary Cooper (6x, Actor)
Clark Gable (6x, Actor)
Myrna Loy (6x, Actress)
William Powell (6x, Actor)
Kay Francis (6x, Actress)
George Abbott (6x, Crew)
Cyril Ritchard (4x, Actor)
Lloyd Bochner (3x, Actor)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:10053, Added: 05/06/2018, Last updated: 12/30/2019