Warren Beatty( Actor, director, producer)
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Biography Warren Beatty
Date of Birth: 30/03/1937
One in three persons actor, director and producer Warren Beatty Henry, usually referred to in the press not only with the prefix "major Hollywood playboy, born March 30, 1937, Mr.. in Richmond, Virginia.
In childhood with her sister Shirley MacLaine starred in amateur films from 1959. - On television.
. Ironically, . first film shots, . depicting Beatty ( "Splendor in the Grass" Elia Kazan, . 1961) - a passionate kiss in a luxury car on the bank of the waterfall - in fact, . predicted fact, . Beatty that in the future can not escape from their appearance fatal seducer, . and the theme of the film set the direction of many future stories, . which revolve solely around his sexuality,
. In Kazan's film, he played senior high school student, . obedient son and a captain's football team, . overcome by, . one hand, . the call of the flesh, . on the other - social conventions, . Parent will and their own ideas about morality, . than collectively bring to hysterical fits and suicide attempts heroine Natalie Wood,
. In 1967. Warren starred in his most famous role in the film Arthur Penn, Bonnie and Clyde, "which was also made by the producer. The film about a couple of lovers robbers who have chosen violence is an expression of his infantile protest against the hypocrisy of society, initiated the vogue for retro. In 1971, Mr.. released film "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" known antimifotvortsa Robert Altman, Beatty went to where the ironic role of the cowardly conqueror of gold mines, mistakenly taken for a steep bandit.
. In 1975 he debuted as a screenwriter in the comedy of Hal Ashby's "Shampoo" and together with Jack Nicholson played a distinctive role in the retro knickknacks Mike Nichols' "Status"
. This was followed by another debut Beattie - now as a director fantastic comedy "Heaven Can Wait" (1978), set them together with Buck Henry. This is a remake of the 1941 pictures. "Here comes Mr. Jordan," a jaunty comedy about the transmigration of souls. And in 1981. Warren Beatty surprise fans of his image of a grand epic "Reds" of the Russian Revolution, in which he plays the author of "Ten Days That Shook the World" - an American journalist John Reed. To reproduce the atmosphere and historical detail, this band has become one of the most reliable foreign pictures about our history.
. The next directorial experience was a failure adventure comedy with Dustin Hoffman and Isabelle Adjani "Ishtar", dated 1987
. More successful was the project 1990. - According to some fans, the brilliant picture of "Dick Tracy" comic pastiche of gangster theme. Ekraniziruya adventures of heroes of paper and using, . usual, . talents of its eminent members of the crew team, . Beatty "painted" on the faces of the actors faces grotesque comic characters and painted with poisonous paint the entire "picture" (thanks to the great operator Vittorio Storaro).,
. Not too great success gangster Barry Levinson's drama about the legendary organizers of the Las Vegas "Bugsy" (1991) with Annette Bening and Harvey Keitel and "Love Story" Glenn Gordon Caron, . remake of the picture 50-ies., . where Beatty again played with his wife Bening,
. In 1998. out "Bulvort" - the fourth film director Beatty, a satirical description of his own political views Beatty, representing the policy, to retrain in cutting truth-uterus rapper.
. Despite the modest in comparison with other famous actors of films, . Warren Beatty - one of the most talented and professional performers in Hollywood: his every project, . not only the director, . but acting, . He is developing for several years and gives a result often unconditional masterpiece,
. In the film "Reds," he earned a so-called "mantle of Orson Welles": four nominations at the Oscars - for best screenplay, best film, best directing and acting work (got, like Wells, only one statuette - for Best Director). In 90-ies. He settled down and in his personal life, finding happiness in the person of actress Annette Bening and four children
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. 1961 - "Splendor in the Grass" (Splendor in the Grass), Bud Stamper
. 1967 - "Bonnie and Clyde" (Bonnie and Clyde), Clyde Barrow
. 1971 - "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" (McCabe & Mrs.Miller), John McCabe
. 1975 - "Shampoo" (Shampoo), George Round
. 1978 - "Heaven Can Wait" (Heaven Can Wait), Joe Pendleton / Leo Farnsworth / Tom Jarrett
. 1981 - "Reds" (Reds), John Reed
. 1990 - "Dick Tracy" (Dick Tracy), Dick Tracy
. 1991 - "Bugsy" (Bugsy), Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel
. 1998 - "Bulvort" (Bulworth), John Billington Bulvort