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Actor Melvyn Douglas

Melvyn Douglas

  • Birth name:

    Melvyn Edouard Hesselberg

  • Date of Birth:

    Macon, Georgia, USA

  • Height:

    6' 1½" (1.87 m)

Biography:

Multiple Oscar-winner Melvyn Douglas was one of America's finest actors. In addition to his two Oscars, he also won a Tony Award and an Emmy. Douglas would enjoy cinema immortality if for no other reason than his being the man who made Greta Garbo laugh in Ernst Lubitsch's classic comedy Ninotchka (1939), but he was much, much more.He was born Melvyn Edouard Hesselberg on April 5, 1901, in Macon, Georgia, to a Russian-Jewish immigrant father and a mother of Scots heritage (thus, the stage name... more

Melvyn Douglas Filmography

Aсtor (24)

Movie

Year

Movie The Candidate The Candidate

as John J. McKay

1998
Movie I Never Sang for My Father I Never Sang for My Father

as Tom Garrison

1998
Movie Ghost Story Ghost Story

as Dr. John Jaffrey

1981
Movie The Changeling The Changeling

as Sen. Joseph Carmichael

1980
Movie Being There Being There

as Benjamin Rand

1979
Movie Thats Entertainment, Part II Thats Entertainment, Part II

as Clip from 'Ninotchka' (archive footage)

1976
Movie Le locataire Le locataire

as Monsieur Zy

1976
Movie The Americanization of Emily The Americanization of Emily

as Admiral William Jessup

1964
Movie Hud Hud

as Homer Bannon

1963
Movie Billy Budd Billy Budd

as The Dansker, sailmaker

1962
Movie Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House

as Bill Cole

1948
Movie The Sea of Grass The Sea of Grass

as Brice Chamberlain

1947
Movie Ninotchka Ninotchka

as Leon

1939
Movie Angel Angel

as Anthony 'Tony' Halton

1937
Movie Captains Courageous Captains Courageous

as Mr. Cheyne

1937
Movie Theodora Goes Wild Theodora Goes Wild

as Michael Grant

1936
Movie Annie Oakley Annie Oakley

as Jeff Hogarth

1935
Movie The Old Dark House The Old Dark House

as Roger Penderel

1932
Movie The Fugitive The Fugitive

as Mark Ryder

1966