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Warren Beatty

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Warren Beatty

American actor, producer, screenwriter and director add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1937.

Countries: United States (81%), (6%), France (4%)

Main connections: California, Bugsy, Annette Bening

Linked to: Democratic Party, Northwestern University, Washington-Lee High School, American Film Institute

 

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Warren Beatty was born in 1937 add something


1950

Richard Beymer - In the 1950s, he began appearing in films and achieved success in "So Big" , "Johnny Tremain" , "The Diary of Anne Frank" , and "West Side Story" before sharing a 1962 Golden Globe *award for New Star of the Year - Actor with Bobby Darin and Warren Beatty


 

He received a Tony award nomination for Best Actor and received a 1960 Theatre World award for his performance in William Inge's "A Loss of Roses" add something

 

Under his original name of Henry W. Beaty, Warren Beatty enlisted in the California Air National Guard on February 11, 1960 add something

 

Cher - Cher had a relationship with actor Warren Beatty in the early 1960s.

 

Joan Marshall - Marshall continued guest starring in episodic television throughout the 1960s before her last role in the 1975 film "Shampoo" with Warren Beatty

 

Susanna Moore - Worked for a while in LA the late 1960s as Warren Beatty's assistant


1961

On January 1, 1961, Beatty was discharged from the Air National Guard due to physical disability add something

 

Brian Syron - In September 1961 he was accepted as a student with the Stella Adler Studio where he studied for the next 18 months with fellow students Robert De Niro, Gloria Graham, Pamela Tiffen, Warren Beatty and Peter Bogdanovich


1963

Jack Sahakian - Being a hairdresser to the stars, such as Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty, this led to small roles in a couple movies, Billy Wilder's "Irma la Douce" starring Jack Lemmon and MacLaine for United Artists and "Move Over, Darling" starring Doris Day and James Garner for 20th Century Fox, both released in 1963


1965

Arthur Hiller - In 1965 he directed the comedy "Promise Her Anything", with Warren Beatty and Leslie Caron, followed by "Penelope" , starring Natalie Wood


1967

In 1967, he produced and acted in "Bonnie and Clyde" at age 29 add something

 

Bonnie and Clyde (film) - "'Bonnie and Clyde"' is a 1967 American crime film directed by Arthur Penn and starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the title characters Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker


1968

In 1968, he campaigned with Senator Robert F. Kennedy in his bid for the Democratic nomination add something


1970

Maria Schneider (actress) - Warren Beatty introduced her to the William Morris agency, and her first break came in 1970, when she appeared in "Madly", starring Alain Delon and directed by Roger Kahane

 

George Stevens - He ended his directing career with the 1970 film "The Only Game in Town" with Warren Beatty and Elizabeth Taylor


1971

Zohra Lampert - She may be best remembered for her role as the title character in the 1971 cult horror film "Let's Scare Jessica to Death", as well as starring alongside Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty in the 1961 romance film "Splendor in the Grass"


1972

In 1972, Beatty was part of the "inner circle" of Senator George McGovern's presidential campaign add something

 

Al Pacino - He *casted in the blockbuster Mafia film The Godfather directed by Francis Ford Coppola in 1972, although several established actors ? including Robert Redford, Warren Beatty, and then little-known Robert De Niro ? also tried out for the part.


 

The National Association of Theatre Owners awarded him with the Star of the Year award in 1975, and in 1978 the Director of the Year award and the Producer of the Year award add something


1976

In 1976 with California Governor Jerry Brown, and in 1984 and 1988 with Colorado Senator Gary Hart, Beatty played a similar role in their presidential campaigns add something


1978

In 1978, Beatty directed, produced, wrote and acted in "Heaven Can Wait" add something

 

Heaven Can Wait (1978 film) - "'Heaven Can Wait"' is a 1978 American comedy film directed by Warren Beatty and Buck Henry


1979

Pauline Kael - In 1979, Kael accepted an offer from Warren Beatty to be a consultant to Paramount Pictures but left the position after only a few months to return to writing criticism

 

Diane Keaton - In 1979, she began dating her "Reds" co-star Warren Beatty


1980

Jean-Pierre Rampal - Meanwhile, Bolling and Rampal came together again for Bolling's "Picnic Suite" with guitarist Alexander Lagoya, the "Suite No. 2 for Flute and Jazz Piano" , and to perform the instrumental theme song "Goodbye For Now" by Stephen Sondheim for "Reds", Warren Beatty's Oscar-winning 1981 movie about the Communist revolution in Russia


 

He received an American Movie award in 1981 add something

 

Coen Brothers - Warren Beatty tied Welles' record when Beatty was nominated for Best Picture, Director, Actor, and Screenplay for Reds in 1981.

 

Emma Goldman - Goldman has been depicted in numerous works of fiction over the years, perhaps most notably by Maureen Stapleton, who won an Academy *award for her role as Goldman in Warren Beatty's 1981 film "Reds"

 

Paul Sorvino - In 1981, Sorvino played the role of Italian-American communist Louis C. Fraina in Warren Beatty's epic film "Reds

 

Henry Miller - Late in life, Miller filmed with Warren Beatty for the 1981 film "Reds", which was directed by Beatty

 

Stephen Sondheim - Sondheim has written material for movies, including the 1981 Warren Beatty film "Reds", for which he contributed the song "Goodbye For Now"

 

Louise Bryant - Their story is told in the 1981 film "Reds", starring Warren Beatty, Diane_Keaton, and Jack Nicholson

 

Reds (film) - "'Reds"' is a 1981 epic film that was co-written, produced, and directed by Warren Beatty


1982

Bernardo Bertolucci - In Rome , Bertolucci and Warren Beatty talked in great detail about the film, and in 1982 Bertolucci left Europe for Los Angeles where he was to shoot Red Harvest, but five years went by and the film was never made.


1986

Isabelle Adjani - Adjani was romantically linked to actor Warren Beatty from 1986 to 1987, and Daniel Day Lewis from 1989 to 1995


1987

Following "Reds", Beatty did not appear in a film for five years until his comeback in 1987's "Ishtar", written and directed by Elaine May add something


1988

Hal Ashby - While they remained married until his death in 1988, the two had separated by the mid-seventies, with Marshall never forgiving Ashby, along with Warren Beatty and Robert Towne, for dramatizing certain unflattering elements of her life in "Shampoo"


1990

In 1990, Beatty produced, directed and played the title role as comic strip based detective Dick Tracy in the film of the same name add something

 

Sean Astin - Astin continued to appear in films throughout the 1990s, including the Showtime science fiction film "Harrison Bergeron" , the Gulf War film "Courage Under Fire" , and the Warren Beatty political satire "Bulworth"

 

James Tolkan - He appeared as Big Boy Caprice's accountant "Numbers" in the 1990 Warren Beatty film "Dick Tracy"

 

Stephen Sondheim - His compositional efforts have included a number of film scores, notably a set of songs written for Warren Beatty's 1990 film version of "Dick Tracy"; one song, "Sooner or Later " , won Sondheim an Academy *award

 

Amiri Baraka - In 1990 he co-authored the autobiography of Quincy Jones, and 1998 was a supporting actor in Warren Beatty's film "Bulworth"

 

Bill Graham (promoter) - In 1990, director Barry Levinson and actor Warren Beatty provided an opportunity for Graham to take a more substantive role by casting him as Charles "Lucky" Luciano in the film "Bugsy"

 

Kathy Bates - In 1990, she would appear again with Hoffman in Warren Beatty's "Dick Tracy" as a stenographer

 

Dick Van Dyke - Twenty-one years later in 1990, Van Dyke, whose usual role had been the amiable hero, took a small but villainous turn as the crooked D.A. Fletcher in Warren Beatty's film "Dick Tracy


 

In 1991, he produced and starred as the real-life gangster Bugsy Siegel in the critically and commercially acclaimed "Bugsy", directed by Barry Levinson, which was nominated for 10 Academy awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor add something

 

Elliott Gould - Gould received critical praise for his performances as an aging mobster in Warren Beatty's 1991 film "Bugsy" and as the boyfriend of the protagonist's mother in "American History X"

 

Virginia Hill - Hill was portrayed by actress Annette Bening in the 1991 film "Bugsy", a dramatization of her relationship with Bugsy Siegel, played by Warren Beatty

 

Annette Bening - In 1991, she co-starred with Harrison Ford in Mike Nichols's Regarding Henry; and portrayed Virginia Hill in the Barry Levinson-directed biopic of Bugsy, co-starring Bening's future husband Warren Beatty.


1992

Beatty married actress Annette Bening on March 12, 1992 add something

 

Bugsy - Warren and Annette's first child was born January 8, 1992 and Warren Beatty and Annette Bening were married on March 12, 1992


 

He received the "'Alan J. Pakula Memorial award"' from the National Board of Review in 1998 add something

 

In 1998, he was nominated for a Golden Lion award for Best Film for "Bulworth" and received a Career Golden Lion award from the Venice Film Festival add something

 

In 1998, he wrote, produced, directed and starred in the political satire "Bulworth", which was critically acclaimed and was nominated for the Academy award for Best Screenplay add something


1999

Beatty was rumored to be considering becoming a candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination during the summer of 1999 add something


2001

In 2001, he made his last film appearance to date in "Town and Country", directed by Peter Chelsom and produced by Simon Fields, which received mixed reviews and did not fare well commercially add something

 

Goldie Hawn - In 2001, Hawn was reunited with former co-stars Warren_Beatty and Diane Keaton for the comedy Town & Country, a critical and financial fiasco.

 

Diane Keaton - In 2001, Keaton co-starred with Warren Beatty in "Town & Country", a critical and financial fiasco


 

He received the Akira Kurosawa Lifetime Achievement award in 2002 from the San Francisco International Film Festival add something


2003

When a recall of California Governor Gray Davis was set in motion, Beatty campaigned against the 2003 special election add something


 

In 2004, he received the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C., and the Milestone award from the Producers Guild of America add something


2005

In 2005, he was the keynote speaker at the California Nurses Association's convention, gave the commencement speech at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, and campaigned against Governor Schwarzenegger's ballot propositions add something

 

In May 2005, Beatty sued Tribune Co., claiming he still maintains the rights to "Dick Tracy" add something

 

Lori Alan - In 2005, she joined Warren Beatty, Rob_Reiner, Kurtwood Smith and Jason George to help voice commercials against proposals made by California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger


2006

He was named Honorary Chairman of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in 2006 add something

 

The propositions were defeated, increasing speculation that Beatty might run against Schwarzenegger in the 2006 election, but Beatty denied he would seek the Democratic gubernatorial nomination add something


 

He has been nominated for 16 Golden Globe awards and won six, including the Cecil B. DeMille award, which he received in 2007 add something


 

He was honored with the American Film Institute's Life Achievement award in 2008 add something


2009

Stephen Sondheim - The performers included: Laura Benanti, Matt Cavenaugh, Michael Cerveris, Victoria Clark, Jenn Colella, Jason Danieley, Alexander Gemignani, Joanna Gleason, Nathan Gunn, George Hearn, Patti LuPone, Marin Mazzie, Audra McDonald, John McMartin, Donna Murphy, Karen Olivo, Laura Osnes, Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Bobby Steggert, Elaine Stritch, Jim Walton, Chip Zien, the 2009 Broadway revival cast of West Side Story and a ballet performed by Blaine Hoven and Maria Riccetto set to Stephen Sondheim's score of Warren Beatty's "Reds"


2010

Shampoo (film) - According to the 2010 book "Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America" by Peter Biskind, the screenwriter Towne based the character on Beverly Hills hairdresser Gene Shacove


2011

On March 25, 2011, U.S. District Judge Dean Pregerson ruled in Beatty's favor add something


2013

In March 2013 he was inducted into the California Hall of Fame add something


2014

"Untitled Warren Beatty project" began principle photography on February 24, 2014 and wrapped on June 8, 2014 add something


2015

On November 18, 2015, Carly Simon revealed that the second verse of her hit song "You're So Vain" was about Beatty add something

 

Howard Hughes - However in 2015, Beatty will play as Hughes with an ensemble cast in "Untitled Warren Beatty project" in which he directed

 

Haley Bennett - She will appear in "Fathers and Daughters" , and Warren Beatty's untitled project, which is set for release in 2015


2016

In April 2016, at an event honoring producer Arnon Milchan, Beatty said he is "very serious" about making a "Dick Tracy" sequel with Milchan producing add something

 

It is scheduled to be released on November 23, 2016 and will be Beatty's first film in 15 years add something

 

Haley Bennett - In 2016, Bennett will appear in Terrence Malick's untitled project, Warren Beatty's untitled project, Antoine Fuqua's "The Magnificent Seven", and the film adaptation of Paula Hawkins' thriller novel "The Girl on the Train"


2017

In 2017, Beatty reunited with his "Bonnie and Clyde" co-star Faye Dunaway at the 89th Academy Awards in celebration of the film's 50th anniversary add something

 

PricewaterhouseCoopers - At the 89th Academy Awards, held at the Dolby Theatre in 2017, Best Picture presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were given the wrong envelope and announced that "La La Land" had won the Oscar for the Best Picture of 2016

 

Marisa Tomei - The events of the 2017 Oscars ceremony, where a screwup led to Warren Beatty getting a card that led him to believe that La La Land had won Best Picture, only for a on-stage PwC worker to interrupt with the card that showed the Best Picture winner was Moonlight confirmed for good that Reed's story was completely false and bankrupt


2018

In 2018, Beatty and Dunaway returned to present Best Picture at the 90th Academy Awards, making jokes about the previous year's flub add something