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Barry Fitzgerald

Barry Fitzgerald (born William Shields in Dublin, Ireland, March 10, 1888, died January 4, 1961), an Irish stage actor, moved to Hollywood in 1936 to act in The Plough and the Stars (1936) directed by John Ford starring Barbara Stanwyck. He acted in movies like Bringing Up Baby (1938) by Howard Hawks with Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant, The Long Voyage Home (1940) by John Ford with John Wayne, Going My Way (1944) by Leo McCarey with Bing Crosby, None but the Lonely Heart (1944) written and directed by Clifford Odets starring Cary Grant, And Then There Were None (1945) directed by René Clair from the 1939 novel by Agatha Christie, The Naked City (1948) by Jules Dassin, Union Station (1950) with William Holden, The Quiet Man (1952) by John Ford with John Wayne, The Catered Affair (1956) by Richard Brooks with Bette Davis.

Golden Globe Awards