Film Stars and Their Awards: Who Won What for Movies, by Roger Leslie

By Roger Leslie

This paintings covers each actor that acquired significant award popularity for paintings in video clips, theater, and tv some time past eighty years. details comprises awards earned, a chronological record of performances, and fascinating proof in regards to the award or the actor's event on the awards rite.

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Benjamin, Paul Movie: 2003: The Station Agent (Best Ensemble) SAG. Benjamin, Richard Movie: 1970: Diary of a Mad Housewife (Best Actor, Musical or Comedy) Globe. 1975: The Sunshine Boys (Best Supporting Actor) Globe. Television: 1967–1968 series He & She (Best Continued Performance by an Actor in a Comedy) 1968: Emmy. Benson Benson, Robby Movie: 1973: Jeremy (New Star of the Year — Actor) Globe. Television: 1982: Two of a Kind (Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie) Globe. Bentivoglio, Fabrizio Movie: 1993: Un’ Anima divisa in due (Best Actor) Venice.

1952: Viva Zapata! (Best Actor) Academy, Cannes (Best Foreign Actor) British. 1953: Julius Caesar (Best Actor) Academy (Best Foreign Actor) British. 1954: On the Waterfront (Best Actor) Academy, New York (Best Actor, Drama) Globe (Best Foreign Actor) British. 1956: The Teahouse of the August Moon (Best Actor, Musical or Comedy) Globe. 1957: Sayonara (Best Actor) Academy (Best Actor, Drama) Globe. 1958: The Young Lions (Best Foreign Actor) British. 1963: The Ugly American (Best Actor, Drama) Globe.

Best Performance in a Variety or Musical Program) Emmy. 1971: Harry and Lena (Best Variety or Musical Program, Star) Emmy. Tributes: 1989: Honor from Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Records: Although Bill Cosby is often given credit for breaking the color barrier in television by getting a starring role and winning a 1966 Emmy for his acting in I Spy, it was actually Belafonte who first penetrated the wall that excluded AfricanAmericans from television accolades. In 1960, Belafonte became the first Black performer to win an Emmy Award.

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