Orson Welles
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Mia Farrow
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Susan Sarandon
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Berry Berenson
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Anthony Perkins

Knowledge Identifier: +Anthony_Perkins


Anthony Perkins

American actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1932.

Countries: United States (54%), United Kingdom (14%), France (9%)

Main connections: Orson Welles, Mia Farrow, Susan Sarandon

Linked to: Columbia University, Rollins College, Actors Studio, Boston Red Sox




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Anthony Perkins was born in 1932 add something


He attended The Brooks School, The Browne & Nichols School, Columbia University and Rollins College, having moved to Boston in 1942 add something


Joan Fontaine - She won good reviews for her role on Broadway in 1954 as Laura in "Tea and Sympathy", opposite Anthony Perkins


Following this, he released three pop music albums in 1957 and 1958 on Epic and RCA as "Tony Perkins" add something


The tall Perkins portrayed the troubled former Boston Red Sox baseball player Jimmy Piersall in the 1957 true story "Fear Strikes Out" add something


Ted Berkman - He wrote the screen play for the 1957 movie "Fear Strikes Out" starring Anthony Perkins and based on the book written by professional baseball player Jimmy Piersall about his mental illness


Robert Mulligan - In 1957 Mulligan directed his first motion picture, "Fear Strikes Out", starring Anthony Perkins as tormented baseball player Jimmy Piersall


In 1958, he was nominated for a Tony award for Best Actor in a Play for his performance in "Look Homeward, Angel" on Broadway add something


Hugh Griffith - In 1958 he was back in New York, this time taking a lead role in the opening production of "Look Homeward, Angel" alongside Anthony Perkins


On the Beach (1959 film) - "'On the Beach"' is a 1959 American black-and-white post-apocalyptic science fiction drama film from United Artists, produced and directed by Stanley Kramer, starring Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire and Anthony Perkins


Mar del Plata Film Festival - During the 1960s several well-known guests appeared, including: Paul Newman, Alberto Sordi, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Vittorio Gassman, Toshir? Mifune, François Truffaut, Karel Reisz, Catherine Deneuve, Juan Antonio Bardem, Anthony Perkins, Jean-Paul_Belmondo, Maria Callas, Cantinflas, Andrzej Wajda, Jacques Tati, Lee Strasberg, George Hamilton


Jane Fonda - She averaged almost two movies a year throughout the decade, starting in 1960 with "Tall Story", in which she recreated one of her Broadway roles as a college cheerleader pursuing a basketball star, played by Anthony Perkins


In 1961, Perkins received considerable critical acclaim for his performance in the film "Goodbye Again", opposite Ingrid Bergman, a performance which won him the Best Actor award at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival add something


After that came a successful career in Europe, including the role of Joseph K. in Orson Welles' 1962 adaptation of Kafka's "The Trial" add something


Ten Days' Wonder (film) - It was the fourth film that Orson Welles and Anthony Perkins appeared in together since "The Trial" in 1962


Edward Albert - Albert made his motion picture debut in a 1965 drama, "The Fool Killer", as a runaway orphan who crossed paths with a disturbed Civil War veteran, played by Anthony Perkins


His Broadway credits included the 1967 Neil Simon comedy "The Star-Spangled Girl", the Frank Loesser musical "Greenwillow" , for which he was nominated for another Tony award for Best Actor in a Musical and Bernard Slade's 1979 play "Romantic Comedy" opposite Mia Farrow add something


Beverly Garland - Although Garland co-starred with Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld in the 1968 feature film "Pretty Poison", she is best known for playing suburban moms on several TV series


He had his first intimate heterosexual experience at the age of 39 while working on the 1972 film "The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" with an actress who appeared in the film add something


In 1972, he appeared in "The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean", and was one of the many stars featured in the 1974 hit "Murder on the Orient Express" add something


Perkins co-wrote, with composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim, the screenplay for the 1973 film "The Last of Sheila", for which they received a 1974 Edgar award from the Mystery Writers of America for Best Motion Picture Screenplay add something


On August 9, 1973, Perkins married photographer Berinthia "Berry" Berenson add something


Berry Berenson - On August 9, 1973, in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Berenson married her "Remember My Name" costar Anthony Perkins


In 1974, Perkins played the lead role in the romantic drama "Lovin' Molly" with Blythe Danner and Susan Sarandon add something


Susan Sarandon - In 1974, Sarandon co-starred in "The Front Page" with the comedy duo Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, and played Anthony Perkins' neglected wife in "Lovin' Molly"


Tom Hulce - Hulce made his acting debut in 1975, playing opposite Anthony Perkins in "Equus" on Broadway


Perkins hosted television's "Saturday Night Live" in 1976 and was featured in his only science fiction film, the box office-smash and space opus, Walt Disney's "The Black Hole", in 1979 add something


Berry Berenson - She starred opposite Anthony Perkins in the 1978 Alan Rudolph film "Remember My Name" and opposite Jeff Bridges in the 1979 film "Winter Kills"


Mia Farrow - In 1979, Farrow appeared on Broadway opposite Anthony Perkins in the play "Romantic Comedy" by Bernard Slade


Richard Franklin (director) - After moving to Hollywood, Richard Franklin directed "Psycho II" , the first sequel to Hitchcock's 1960 classic "Psycho", with Anthony Perkins reprising the role of Norman Bates


Tony Maylam - Whilst in the United States, Maylam directed a movie for ABC television, "The Sins of Dorian Gray", a 1983 made-for-TV adaptation of Oscar Wilde's novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray" that starred Anthony Perkins


Gerald Seymour - It was made into a 3 part TV mini-series in 1984 by Yorkshire Television, starring Rod Steiger, Anthony Perkins, Alfred_Burke and Joanna Lumley


Crimes of Passion (1984 film) - "'Crimes of Passion"' is a 1984 film directed by Ken Russell starring Kathleen Turner, Anthony Perkins, John Laughlin and Annie Potts


He starred in and directed "Psycho III" in 1986, but refused to reprise his role as Bates in the failed television pilot "Bates Motel", famously boycotting the project in a very ardent, and well-received, oppositional public campaign add something


He directed a film in 1988 called "Lucky Stiff" add something


Although he was fighting AIDS, the actor appeared in eight television productions between 1990 and 1992, including "Daughter of Darkness" with Mia Sara and "The Naked Target" with Roddy McDowall add something


Natalie Schafer - Her final performance was given in 1990, in the television film "I'm Dangerous Tonight", opposite Anthony Perkins and Corey Parker


San Sebastián International Film Festival - In 1991, Perkins was honored with the Donostia Lifetime Achievement award at the San Sebastián International Film Festival add something

Anthony Perkins died in 1992 add something


Elvis Perkins - His father Anthony Perkins died in 1992 of complications related to AIDS


Elsa Schiaparelli - Berry was married to Anthony Perkins, who died of AIDS on September 12, 1992


Marisa Berenson - On 11 September 2001, her younger sister and sole sibling, Berry Perkins, widow of actor Anthony Perkins, was killed in the first flight to hit the World Trade Center


Perkins was portrayed by British actor James D'Arcy in the 2012 biographical drama Hitchcock , which starred Anthony Hopkins as Alfred Hitchcock and Helen Mirren as Alma Reville add something


" Stockholm: Natur & Kultur, 2015; add something


Joshua Logan - In 2019, Jane Fonda, who starred in Logan's 1960 film "Tall Story", claimed both she and Logan were in love with lead actor Anthony Perkins at the time of filming, causing tension during an already difficult shoot