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  1. Joanna Lancaster compartió los dulces recuerdos de su amado padre. imágenes falsas. Eminente Burt Lancaster. Burt Lancaster fue uno de los representantes más destacados de la Edad de Oro de Hollywood. Cuando era un joven con una sonrisa encantadora y una gran pasión por la actuación, Lancaster no podía convertirse en nadie más que en actor.

  2. Burt Lancaster Burton Stephen Lancaster, más conocido como Burt Lancaster ( Nueva York, 2 de noviembre de 1913 - Los Ángeles, 20 de octubre de 1994) fue un actor estadounidense, perteneciente al cine clásico de ese país. De fuerte atracción y energía, su apuesta figura fue sinónimo del hombre galán y rudo.

  3. Joanna Lancaster is a producer and actress, known for Ruthless People (1986), Little Treasure (1985) and Good Sharma (2010). See full bio » More at IMDbPro » Contact Info: View agent, publicist, legal on IMDbPro Known For Ruthless People Producer (1986) Little Treasure Producer (1985) Good Sharma Writer (2010) Dog Watch Producer (1997)

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  4. Burt Lancaster was a popular American actor and producer who was born on 2 November 1913 (birthday/date of birth/born) and is 80 years Years of Age as in 20 October 1994 (how old is). He is 6 feet 2 inches in height (how tall is). His Wife/Spouse name is Norma Anderson, June Ernst, Susan Martin (Wife/Spouse). He has 5 children/Kids /baby.

    • Early Life
    • Circus Career
    • World War II Service
    • Acting Career
    • Political Activism
    • Personal Life
    • Health Problems
    • Death
    • Legacy
    • Filmography and Awards

    Lancaster was born on November 2, 1913, in Manhattan, New York, at his parents' home at 209 East 106th Street, the son of Elizabeth (née Roberts) and mailman James Lancaster. Both of his parents were Protestants of working-class origin. All four of his grandparents were immigrants from Ireland to the United States, from the province of Ulster; his ...

    At the age of 9, Lancaster met Nick Cravat with whom he developed a lifelong partnership. Together, they learned to act in local theatre productions and circus arts at Union Settlement, one of the city's oldest settlement houses. In the 1930s, they formed the acrobat duo Lang and Cravat and soon joined the Kay Brothers circus. However, in 1939, an ...

    After the United States entered World War II, Lancaster joined the United States Army in January 1943 and performed with the Army's 21st Special Services Division, one of the military groups organized to follow the troops on the ground and provide USO entertainment to keep up morale. He served with General Mark Clark's Fifth Army in Italy from 1943...

    Broadway

    Lancaster returned to New York after his Army service. Although initially unenthusiastic about acting, Lancaster was encouraged to audition for a Broadway play by a producer who saw him in an elevator while he was visiting his then-girlfriend at work. The audition was successful and Lancaster was cast in Harry Brown's A Sound of Hunting (1945). The show only ran three weeks, but his performance attracted the interest of a Hollywood agent, Harold Hecht. Lancaster had other offers but Hecht pro...

    Hal Wallis

    Lancaster's first filmed movie was Desert Fury for Wallis in 1947, where Lancaster was billed after John Hodiak and Lizabeth Scott. It was directed by Lewis Allen. Then producer Mark Hellinger approached him to star in 1946's The Killers, which was completed and released prior to Desert Fury. Directed by Robert Siodmak, it was a great commercial and critical success and launched Lancaster and his co-star Ava Gardnerto stardom. It has since come to be regarded as a classic. Hellinger used Lanc...

    Norma Productions

    Hecht kept to his promise to Lancaster to turn producer. The two of them formed a company, Norma Productions, and did a deal with Universal to make a thriller about a disturbed G.I. in London, Kiss the Blood Off My Hands in 1948, with Joan Fontaineand directed by Norman Foster. It made a profit of only $50,000, but was critically acclaimed. Back in Hollywood, Lancaster made another film noir with Siodmak, Criss Cross, in 1949. It was originally going to be produced by Hellinger and when Helli...

    Lancaster was a vocal supporter of progressive and liberal political causes. He frequently spoke out in support of racial and other minorities. As a result, he was often a target of FBI investigations. He was named in President Richard Nixon's 1973 "Enemies List". A vocal opponent of the Vietnam War, he helped pay for the successful defense of a so...

    Marriages and relationships

    Lancaster guarded his personal life and attempted to keep it private despite his stardom. He was married three times and had five children. He also had gay affairs, according to his family. His first marriage was to June Ernst, a trapezeacrobat. Ernst was the daughter of a renowned female aerialist and an accomplished acrobat herself. After they were married, he performed with her and her family until their separation in the late 1930s. It is not clear when they divorced. Contemporary reports...

    Religion

    Despite his Protestant background and upbringing, Lancaster identified as an atheistlater in life.

    As Lancaster reached his sixties he began to be affected by cardiovascular disease. In January 1980 he suffered complications from a routine gall bladder operation; and in 1983, following two minor heart attacks, he underwent an emergency quadruple coronary bypass. He continued to act, however, and to engage in public activism. In 1988, he attended...

    Burt Lancaster died at his apartment in Century City, Los Angeles, after suffering a third heart attack at 4:50 am on October 20, 1994, at the age of 80. His body was cremated, and his ashes were scattered under a large oak tree in Westwood Memorial Park which is located in Westwood Village, California. A small, square ground plaque amidst several ...

    The centennial of Lancaster's birth was honored at New York City's Film Society of Lincoln Center in May 2013 with the screening of 12 of the actor's best-known films, from The Killers to Atlantic City. Lancaster has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard.

    Lancaster was nominated for the Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1954 for "From Here to Eternity," in 1961 for "Elmer Gantry," in 1964 for "The Birdman of Alcatraz" and in 1982 for "Atlantic City" and won the award in 1961. Lancaster's leading role in Luchino Visconti's 1963 canonical "The Leopard" began a series of roles with important Eu...

  5. 03/09/2015 · Daughter of Legendary Actor Burt Lancaster Shares Stories of Her Father Students, faculty, and staff gathered in the New York Film Academy Theater to attend an evening centered on the life and work of legendary actor-producer Burt Lancaster. The event opened with a presentation introducing Lancaster to those not yet familiar with his work.

  6. Joanna Lancaster arvet farens talent. Joanna Lancaster er datter av Burt Lancaster og Norma Anderson. Akkurat som sin berømte far bestemte Joanna seg for å vie livet sitt til filmindustrien. Hun er en vellykket TV-produsent og skuespillerinne. Joanna er mest kjent for sitt arbeid i filmene Liten skatt og Nådeløse mennesker.

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