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  1. Frank James Cooper ( Helena, Montana; 7 de mayo de 1901- Los Ángeles, California; 13 de mayo de 1961), más conocido como Gary Cooper, fue un actor estadounidense. Ganó el premio Óscar al mejor actor en dos ocasiones y fue nominado en otras tres, así como un Óscar honorífico por su trayectoria profesional en 1961.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gary_CooperGary Cooper - Wikipedia

    Signature. Gary Cooper (born Frank James Cooper; May 7, 1901 – May 13, 1961) was an American actor known for his strong, quiet screen persona and understated acting style. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor twice and had a further three nominations, as well as an Academy Honorary Award in 1961 for his career achievements.

  3. Gary Cooper filmography. American actor Gary Cooper started his career in 1925 as a film extra and stuntman. He made his official cinematic debut in 1926 in the Samuel Goldwyn production The Winning of Barbara Worth. [1] He went on to become a contract player with Paramount Pictures where he established himself as a popular leading man prior to ...

  4. www.biography.com › actors › gary-cooperGary Cooper - Biography

    • Synopsis
    • Early Life
    • Breakthrough Role
    • Oscar Worthy Performances
    • Personal Life and Death

    Born on May 7, 1901, in Helena, Montana, to English parents, actor Gary Cooper studied in England before eventually moving to Los Angeles. He worked as a film extra for a while. He starred in silent movies across from the major female stars of the day, including Clara Bow and Helen Hayes. However, his standout role was in the film Sergeant York, in...

    Actor Gary Cooper was born on May 7, 1901, in Helena, Montana. Spanning from the silent film era to the early 1960s, Academy Award-winning actor Gary Cooper built much of his career by playing strong, manly, distinctly American roles. The son of English parents who had settled in Montana, he was educated in England for a time. He also studied at Gr...

    After his appearance in The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926), a western, Cooper's career began to take off. He starred opposite silent movie star Clara Bow in Children of Divorce (1927). Cooper also earned praise as the ranch foreman in The Virginian(1929), one of his early films with sound. Throughout the 1930s, he turned in a number of strong perf...

    Cooper continued to excel on the big screen, tackling several real-life dramas. In Sergeant York (1941), he played a World War I hero and sharpshooter, which was based on the life story of Alvin York. Cooper earned a Best Actor Academy Award for his portrayal of York. The next year, Cooper played one of baseball's greats, Lou Gehrig, in The Pride o...

    In addition to his excellent on-screen performances, Cooper became known for his alleged romances with several of his leading ladies, including Clara Bow and Patricia Neal. The affair with Neal, his co-star in 1949's The Fountainhead, reportedly occurred during his marriage to socialite Veronica Balfe with whom he had a daughter. Their marriage see...

  5. Gary Cooper. (Frank James Cooper; Helena, 1901 - Beverly Hills, 1961) Actor de cine estadounidense. Su padre fue un emigrante británico que llegó a ser juez del tribunal estatal de Montana. En 1910 viajó con su madre y su hermano mayor Arthur a Inglaterra, donde estudió en el Dunstable College hasta el comienzo de la Primera Guerra Mundial.

  6. Overview. Born. May 7, 1901 · Helena, Montana, USA. Died. May 13, 1961 · Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA (prostate cancer) Birth name. Frank James Cooper. Nicknames. Coop. Cowboy Cooper. The Montana Mule. Studs. Height. 6′ 3″ (1.91 m) Mini Bio. Born to Alice Cooper and Charles Cooper.