Edmond O'Brien

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Edmond O'Brien was an American actor who appeared in more than 100 films from the 1940s to the 1970s, often playing character parts. He received the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the corresponding Golden Globe for his supporting role in The Barefoot Contessa (1954), as well as a second Golden Globe and another Academy Award nomination for Seven Days in May (1964). read more

Edmond O'Brien was an American actor who appeared in more than 100 films from the 1940s to the 1970s, often playing character parts. He received the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the corresponding Golden Globe for his supporting role in The Barefoot Contessa (1954), as well as a second Golden Globe and another Academy Award nomination for Seven Days in May (1964). His other notable films include The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), The Killers (1946), A Double Life (1947), White Heat (1949), D.O.A. (1949), The Hitch-Hiker (1953), Julius Caesar (1953), 1984 (1956), The Girl Can't Help It (1956), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1961), Fantastic Voyage (1966), The Wild Bunch (1969) and The Other Side of the Wind (2018).

Birth Name

Redmond O'Brien

Born

Friday, 10 September 1915

Died

Thursday, 09 May 1985

Actor Filmography

The Other Side of the Wind Pat Mullins 2018
Welcome to the Basement Harry Graham 2012
The Real Sherlock Holmes Frank Bigelow (archive footage) 2012
Cameraman: The Life And Work Of Jack Cardiff Oscar Muldoon (archive footage) 2010
The Naked Archaeologist Mobster (archive footage) 2005
The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage Himself (voice) 1996
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (in "White Heat") (archive footage) 1982
99 and 44/100% Dead! Uncle Frank Kelly 1974
Lucky Luciano Commissioner Harry J. Anslinger (as Edmund O'Brien) 1973
Isn't It Shocking? Justin Oates 1973
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

The Other Side of the Wind Pat Mullins 2018
Welcome to the Basement Harry Graham 2012
The Real Sherlock Holmes Frank Bigelow (archive footage) 2012
Cameraman: The Life And Work Of Jack Cardiff Oscar Muldoon (archive footage) 2010
The Naked Archaeologist Mobster (archive footage) 2005
The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage Himself (voice) 1996
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (in "White Heat") (archive footage) 1982
99 and 44/100% Dead! Uncle Frank Kelly 1974
Lucky Luciano Commissioner Harry J. Anslinger (as Edmund O'Brien) 1973
Isn't It Shocking? Justin Oates 1973
Police Story Chief Frank Modeer 1973
They Only Kill Their Masters George 1972
The Streets of San Francisco Officer Gustav 'Gus' Charnovski, SFPD 1972
The New Temperatures Rising Show Dr. Banning 1972
What's a Nice Girl Like You...? Morton Stillman 1971
Cade's County Clint Pritchard 1971
McMillan & Wife Mr. Fontaine 1971
The Intruders Col. William Bodeen 1970
Dream No Evil Timothy MacDonald 1970
The Young Lawyers John W. MacGillicuddy 1969
The Love God? Osborn Tremaine 1969
The Wild Bunch Freddie Sykes 1969
The Bold Ones: The Protectors Warden Millbank 1969
The Name of the Game Bergman 1968
It Takes a Thief Rocky McCauley 1968
The Outsider Marvin Bishop 1967
The High Chaparral Morgan MacQuarie 1967
To Commit a Murder Sphax - Publisher 1967
The Doomsday Flight The Man 1966
Mission: Impossible Raymond Halder 1966
Fantastic Voyage General Carter 1966
The Long, Hot Summer Will Varner 1965
Synanon Chuck Dederich 1965
Sylvia Oscar Stewart 1965
The Hanged Man Arnie Seeger 1964
Rio Conchos Col. Theron Pardee 1964
Seven Days In May Sen. Raymond Clark 1964
The Greatest Show on Earth Mike O'Kelley 1963
Breaking Point Roger Conning 1963
The Eleventh Hour Buck Denholt 1962
The Longest Day Gen. Raymond D. Barton 1962
The Virginian Thomas Manstead 1962
Sam Benedict Sam Benedict 1962
Birdman Of Alcatraz Tom Gaddis 1962
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Dutton Peabody 1962
Moon Pilot McClosky - aka 'Mac' / McClosky aka 'Mac' 1962
Target: The Corruptors! Ollie Crown 1961
The Dick Powell Theatre Sid Williams 1961
The Great Impostor Capt. Glover - HMCS Cayuga 1960
Insight 1960
The 3rd Voice The Voice (voice) 1960
The Last Voyage Second Engineer Walsh 1960
Johnny Midnight Johnny Midnight 1960
The Restless and the Damned Mike Buchanan 1959
Laramie Captain Sam Prado 1959
Up Periscope Commander Paul Stevenson 1959
Frontier Justice Russell Andrews 1958
Sing Boy Sing Joseph Sharkey 1958
The World Was His Jury David Carson 1958
Stopover Tokyo George Underwood 1957
Suspicion Sgt. Miles Odeen 1957
The Big Land Joe Jagger 1957
The Girl Can't Help It Marty 'Fats' Murdock 1956
The Rack Lt. Col. Frank Wasnick 1956
Zane Grey Theater Marshal Ben Clark, Russ Andrews 1956
Playhouse 90 Al Preston, Joe Ferguson, Roy Brenner 1956
A Cry in the Night Captain Dan Taggart 1956
D-Day the Sixth of June Lt. Col. Alexander Timmer 1956
1984 Winston Smith 1956
Screen Directors Playhouse Thaddeus Kubaczik 1955
Playwrights '56 Sidney 1955
The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial Jim Reardon 1955
Pete Kelly's Blues Fran McCarg 1955
Damon Runyon Theater Duke Martin 1955
Stage 7 Clinton Sturges 1955
The Star and the Story Ray Ericson 1955
The Magical World of Disney Crowley, Jefferson Crowley, McCloskey 1954
Climax! Joel Flint, Leo Waldek 1954
The George Gobel Show Himself 1954
The Barefoot Contessa Oscar Muldoon 1954
The Shanghai Story Dr. Dan Maynard 1954
Shield For Murder Det. Lt. Barney Nolan 1954
The Bigamist Harrison Graham 1953
China Venture Capt. Matt Reardon 1953
Julius Caesar Casca 1953
The Hitch-Hiker Roy Collins 1953
Cow Country Ben Anthony 1953
Man in the Dark Steve Rawley 1953
The Turning Point John Conroy 1952
The Bob Hope Show Himself 1950
The Ford Television Theatre Capt. Joyce 1952
Denver and Rio Grande Jim Vesser 1952
The Greatest Show on Earth Midway Barker at End (uncredited) 1952
Silver City Larkin Moffatt 1951
Schlitz Playhouse Capt. Simpson, Jim Reardon, Rick Saunders 1951
The Red Skelton Hour Grizzled Old Prospector, Himself 1951
The Kate Smith Evening Hour Himself 1951
Warpath John Vickers 1951
Two of a Kind Michael "Lefty" Farrell 1951
The Redhead and The Cowboy Maj. Dunn Jeffers 1951
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse Ben Jordan 1950
Lux Video Theatre Hal, Harry 'Steve' Morgan, Major Jepelo, Mike Dixon, Mr. Protis, Randall, Rorsford 1950
Between Midnight and Dawn Officer Dan Purvis 1950
The Admiral Was a Lady Jimmy Stevens 1950
711 Ocean Drive Mal Granger 1950
D.O.A. Frank Bigelow 1950
Backfire Steve Connelly 1950
Robert Montgomery Presents 1950
White Heat Hank Fallon aka Vic Pardo 1949
An Act of Murder David Douglas 1948
Fighter Squadron Maj Ed Hardin 1948
For the Love of Mary Lt. Tom Farrington 1948
The Ed Sullivan Show Himself 1948
The Milton Berle Show Himself - Actor, Himself 1948
Another Part of the Forest Benjamin 'Ben' Hubbard 1948
A Double Life Bill Friend 1947
The Web Bob Regan 1947
The Killers Jim Reardon 1946
Winged Victory Irving Miller (as Sgt. Edmond O'Brien) 1944
The Amazing Mrs. Holliday Tom Holliday 1943
Powder Town J. Quincy 'Penji' Pennant 1942
Obliging Young Lady 'Red' Reddy 0- aka Prof. Stanley 1942
Parachute Battalion Bill Burke 1941
A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob Stephen Herrick 1941
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Gringoire 1939

Director Filmography

Producer Filmography

Man-Trap 1961
1965 Oscar Best Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated
1965 Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor Won
1955 Oscar Best Actor in a Supporting Role Won
1955 Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor Won
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