2 Nominations

1 Win

Lee Marvin

Lamont “Lee” Marvin (born in New York City, February 19, 1924, died August 29, 1987) served in the Marines during World War II, played the villain in The Big Heat (1953) by Fritz Lang and The Wild One (1953) with Marlon Brando. He had the leading role of a Chicago detective in the television series M Squad (1957-1960). He starred in movies like The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) by John Ford with James Stewart and John Wayne, The Killers (1964) directed by Don Siegel from the 1927 short story by Ernest Hemingway, Cat Ballou (1965) with Janne Fonda, Ship of Fools (1965) by Stanley Kramer with Vivien Leigh, The Professionals (1966) written and directed by Richard Brooks, The Dirty Dozen (1967) by Robert Aldrich, Point Blank (1967) by John Boorman, Paint Your Wagon (1969) with Clint Eastwood, The Big Red One (1980) by Samuel Fuller.

Golden Globe Awards