Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Broadway roles 5 Complete filmography 6 Partial television credits 7 Radio appearances 8 References 9 Sources 10 External links

Early life[edit] Douglas was born in Macon, Georgia, the son of Lena Priscilla (née Shackelford) and Edouard Gregory Hesselberg, a concert pianist and composer. His father was a Jewish emigrant from Riga, Latvia, then part of Russia. His mother, a native of Tennessee, was Protestant and a Mayflower descendant.[1][2] Douglas, in his autobiography, See You at the Movies (1987), wrote that he was unaware of his Jewish background until later in his youth: "I did not learn about the non-Christian part of my heritage until my early teens," as his parents preferred to hide his Jewish heritage. It was his aunts, on his father's side, who told him "the truth" when he was 14. He writes that he "admired them unstintingly"; and they in turn treated him like a son.[1] Though his father taught music at a succession of colleges in the U.S. and Canada, Douglas never graduated from high school. He took the surname of his maternal grandmother and became known as Melvyn Douglas.

Career[edit] With Greta Garbo in Ninotchka (1939) Douglas developed his acting skills in Shakespearean repertory while in his teens and with stock companies in Sioux City, Iowa, Evansville, Indiana, Madison, Wisconsin and Detroit, Michigan. He served in the United States Army in World War I. He established an outdoor theatre in Chicago. He had a long theatre, film and television career as a lead player, stretching from his 1930 Broadway role in Tonight or Never (opposite his future wife, Helen Gahagan) until just before his death. Douglas shared top billing with Boris Karloff and Charles Laughton in James Whale's sardonic horror classic The Old Dark House in 1932. He was the hero in the 1932 horror film The Vampire Bat and the sophisticated leading man in 1935's She Married Her Boss. He played opposite Joan Crawford in several films, most notably A Woman's Face (1941), and with Greta Garbo in three films: As You Desire Me (1932), Ninotchka (1939) and Garbo's final film Two-Faced Woman (1941). One of his most sympathetic roles was as the belatedly attentive father in Captains Courageous (1937). During World War II, Douglas served first as a director of the Arts Council in the Office of Civilian Defense, and he then again served in the United States Army rising to the rank of Major. According to his granddaughter Illeana Douglas, it was in Burma when he first met his future Being There co-star Peter Sellers, who was in the Royal Air Force during the war.[3] He returned to play more mature roles in The Sea of Grass and Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House. In 1959 he made his musical debut playing Captain Boyle in the ill-fated Marc Blitzstein musical Juno, based on Seán O'Casey's Juno and the Paycock. From November 1952 to January 1953, Douglas starred in the DuMont detective show Steve Randall (Hollywood Off Beat) which then moved to CBS. In the summer of 1953, he briefly hosted the DuMont game show Blind Date. In the summer of 1959, Douglas hosted eleven original episodes of a CBS Western anthology television series called Frontier Justice, a production of Dick Powell's Four Star Television. As Douglas grew older, he took on older-man and father roles, in such movies as Hud (1963), for which he won his first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, The Americanization of Emily (1964), an episode of The Fugitive (1966), I Never Sang for My Father (1970), for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor, and The Candidate (1972). He won his second Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the comedy-drama Being There (1979). However, Douglas confirmed in one of his final interviews that he refused to attend the 52nd Academy Awards because he could not bear competing against child actor Justin Henry for Kramer vs. Kramer.[4] In addition to his Academy Awards, Douglas won a Tony Award for his Broadway lead role in the 1960 The Best Man by Gore Vidal, and an Emmy for his 1967 role in Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night. Douglas' final screen appearance was in Ghost Story (1981). He did not finish the film The Hot Touch (1982) before his death. Douglas has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for movies at 6423 Hollywood Blvd. and one for television at 6601 Hollywood Blvd.

Personal life[edit] Douglas was married briefly to artist Rosalind Hightower, and they had one child, (Melvyn) Gregory Hesselberg, in 1926. Hesselberg, an artist, is the father of actress Illeana Douglas. In 1931, Douglas married actress-turned-politician Helen Gahagan. They traveled to Europe that same year, and "were horrified by French and German anti-Semitism". As a result, they became outspoken anti-fascists, supporting the Democratic Party and Roosevelt's re-election. Gahagan, as a three-term Congresswoman, was later Richard Nixon's opponent for the United States Senate seat from California in 1950.[1] Nixon accused Gahagan of being soft on Communism because of her opposition to the House Un-American Activities Committee. Nixon went so far as to call her "pink right down to her underwear". It was Gahagan who popularized Nixon's epithet "Tricky Dick".[citation needed] Douglas and Gahagan had two children: Peter Gahagan Douglas (1933) and Mary Helen Douglas (1938). The couple remained married until Helen Gahagan Douglas' death in 1980 from cancer. Melvyn Douglas died a year later, in 1981, aged 80, from pneumonia and cardiac complications in New York City.

Broadway roles[edit] A Free Soul (1928) as Ace Wilfong Back Here (1928) as Sergeant "Terry" O'Brien Now-a-Days (1929) as Boyd Butler Recapture (1930) as Henry C. Martin Tonight or Never (1931) as the Unknown Gentleman No More Ladies (1934) as Sheridan Warren Mother Lode (1934) as Carey Ried (also staged) De Luxe (1935) as Pat Dantry Tapestry In Gray (1935) as Erik Nordgren Two Blind Mice (1949) as Tommy Thurston The Bird Cage (1950) as Wally Williams The Little Blue Light (1951) as Frank Glad Tidings (1951) as Steve Whitney Time Out for Ginger (1952) as Howard Carol Inherit the Wind (1955) as Henry Drummond (replacement) The Waltz of the Toreadors (1958) as General St. Pé Juno (1959) as "Captain" Jack Boyle The Gang's All Here (1959) as Griffith P. Hastings The Best Man (1960) as William Russell Spofford (1967) as Spofford Douglas also staged Moor Born (1934), Mother Lode (1934) and Within the Gates (1934-1935) and produced Call Me Mister (1946-1948). Sources: Internet Broadway Database[5] and Playbill[6]

Complete filmography[edit] Year Film Role Notes 1931 Tonight or Never Jim Fletcher 1932 Prestige Captain Andre Verlaine The Wiser Sex David Rolfe The Broken Wing Philip 'Phil' Marvin As You Desire Me Count Bruno Varelli The Old Dark House Mr. Penderel 1933 The Vampire Bat Karl Brettschneider Nagana Dr. Walter Tradnor Counsellor at Law Roy Darwin 1934 Dangerous Corner Charles Stanton Woman in the Dark Tony Robson 1935 The People's Enemy George R. "Traps" Stuart She Married Her Boss Richard Barclay Mary Burns, Fugitive Barton Powell Annie Oakley Jeff Hogarth The Lone Wolf Returns Michael Lanyard 1936 And So They Were Married Stephen Blake The Gorgeous Hussy John Randolph Theodora Goes Wild Michael Grant 1937 Women of Glamour Richard "Dick" Stark Captains Courageous Frank Burton Cheyne I Met Him in Paris George Potter Angel Anthony "Tony" Halton I'll Take Romance James Guthrie 1938 Arsène Lupin Returns Arsène Lupin There's Always a Woman William Reardon The Toy Wife George Sartoris Fast Company Joel Sloane That Certain Age Vincent Bullitt The Shining Hour Henry Linden There's That Woman Again William Reardon 1939 Tell No Tales Michael Cassidy Good Girls Go to Paris Ronald Brooke Ninotchka Count Léon d'Algout The Amazing Mr. Williams Police Lieutenant Kenny Williams 1940 Too Many Husbands Henry Lowndes He Stayed for Breakfast Paul Boliet Third Finger, Left Hand Jeff Thompson This Thing Called Love Tice Collins 1941 That Uncertain Feeling Larry Baker A Woman's Face Dr. Gustaf Segert Our Wife Jerome "Jerry" Marvin Two-Faced Woman Larry Blake 1942 We Were Dancing Nicholas Eugen August Wolfgang "Nikki" Prax They All Kissed the Bride Michael "Mike" Holmes 1943 Three Hearts for Julia Jeff Seabrook 1947 The Sea of Grass Brice Chamberlain The Guilt of Janet Ames Smithfield "Smitty" Cobb 1948 Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House Bill Cole My Own True Love Clive Heath 1949 A Woman's Secret Luke Jordan The Great Sinner Armand de Glasse 1951 My Forbidden Past Paul Beaurevel On the Loose Frank Bradley 1962 Billy Budd The Dansker 1963 Hud Homer Bannon Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Laurel Award for Top Male Supporting Performance National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture 1964 A Very Close Family Father TV movie Advance to the Rear Col. Claude Brackenbury The Americanization of Emily Adm. William Jessup Nominated-Laurel Award for Best Supporting Performance, Male 1965 Rapture Frederick Larbaud Once Upon a Tractor Martin Short Inherit the Wind Henry Drummond TV movie nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie 1966 Lamp at Midnight Galileo Galilei TV movie 1967 Hotel Warren Trent The Crucible Governor Danforth TV movie 1968 Companions in Nightmare Dr. Lawrence Strelson TV movie 1970 Hunters Are for Killing Keller Floran TV movie The Choice TV movie I Never Sang for My Father Tom Garrison New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor (2nd place) Nominated-Academy Award for Best Actor Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Drama Nominated-Laurel Award for Best Dramatic Performance, Male 1971 Death Takes a Holiday Judge Earl Chapman TV movie 1972 Two Is a Happy Number Joseph Provo The Candidate John J. McKay 1973 The Going Up of David Lev Grandfather TV movie 1974 The Death Squad Police Captain Earl Kreski TV movie Murder or Mercy Dr. Paul Harelson TV movie 1976 The Tenant Monsieur Zy 1977 Twilight's Last Gleaming Zachariah Guthrie Intimate Strangers Donald's father 1979 The Seduction of Joe Tynan Senator Birney Being There Benjamin Rand Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor (2nd place) New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor 1980 The Changeling Senator Joe Carmichael Nominated-Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor Tell Me a Riddle David 1981 The Hot Touch Max Reich Ghost Story Dr. John Jaffrey Source: Internet Movie Database[7]

Partial television credits[edit] Year Series or miniseries Role Notes 1949 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse Richard Gordon episodes "The Five Lives of Richard Gordon" "The Strange Christmas Dinner" 1950 Lux Video Theatre James Strickland episode "To Thine Own Self" Pulitzer Prize Playhouse Eugene Morgan Martin Luther Cooper episode "The Magnificent Ambersons" "Mrs. January and Mr. Ex" 1952 Celanese Theatre Archduke Rudolph von Habsburg episode "Reunion in Vienna" Steve Randall Steve Randall 12 episodes 1955 The Ford Television Theatre George Manners episode "Letters Marked Personal" 1955–1956 The Alcoa Hour Charles Turner Jim Conway episodes "Man on a Tiger" "Thunder in Washington" 1957–1958 The United States Steel Hour Census Taker Dr. Victor Payson/Narrator episodes "Second Chance" "The Hill Wife" 1957–1959 Playhouse 90 General Parker Ansel Gibbs Stalin Howard Hoagland episodes "Judgement at Nuremberg" "The Return of Ansel Gibbs" "The Plot to Kill Stalin" "The Greer Case" 1959 Frontier Justice Host 11 episodes 1960 Sunday Showcase Mark Twain episode "Our American Heritage: Shadow of a Soldier" 1963 Ben Casey Burton Strang episode "Rage Against the Dying Light" Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Pat Konke episode "A Killing at Sundial" 1966 The Fugitive Mark Ryder episode "The 2130" 1967 CBS Playhouse Peter Schermann episode "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie 1972 Circle of Fear Grandpa episode "House of Evil" 1975 Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin Miniseries 1977 ABC Weekend Special Grandpa Doc episode "Portrait of Grandpa Doc" Source: Internet Movie Database[7]

Radio appearances[edit] Year Program Episode/source 1942 Philip Morris Playhouse No Time for Comedy[8] 1942 Philip Morris Playhouse Take a Letter, Darling[9]

References[edit] ^ a b c Nissenson, Hugh (January 18, 1987). "He Almost Made Garbo Laugh". The New York Times. Retrieved May 12, 2010.  ^ "1". Retrieved 16 August 2015.  ^ Vigil, Delfin (15 February 2009). "Illeana Douglas inspired by Melvyn's 'Being There'". San Francisco Gate. Retrieved 6 September 2015.  ^ Burstein, Patricia (14 April 1980). "Oscar Nominee Melvyn Douglas Recalls 49 Years in Hollywood—and Reagan as a Democrat". People. Retrieved 12 May 2015.  ^ Melvyn Douglas at the Internet Broadway Database ^ "Roles List: Melvyn Douglas". Retrieved 14 January 2016.  ^ a b Melvyn Douglas on IMDb ^ "Philip Morris Playhouse". Harrisburg Telegraph. June 12, 1942. p. 13. Retrieved August 2, 2015 – via  ^ "Johnny Presents". Harrisburg Telegraph. June 19, 1942. p. 21. Retrieved August 2, 2015 – via 

Sources[edit] Douglas, Melvyn; Tom Arthur (1986). See You at the Movies: The Autobiography of Melvyn Douglas. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. ISBN 0-8191-5390-7. 

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