(He was robbed during filming. Over the course of his illustrious career, he starred in more than 80 films and 1,000 episodes on television.
He is best remembered for starring in Western films, such as ‘The Silver Whip’ (1953), ‘How to Marry a Millionaire’ (1953), and ‘River of No Return’ (1954). Rory Calhoun (born Francis Timothy McCown, August 8, 1922 – April 28, 1999) was an American film and television actor, screenwriter and producer. [9] He was then loaned to Paramount to play the lead in Adventure Island (1947) with fellow Selznick contractee Rhonda Fleming. Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. He is best remembered for starring in Western films, such as ‘The Silver Whip’ (1953), ‘How to Marry a Millionaire’ (1953), and ‘River of No Return’ (1954). Rory Calhoun (born Francis Timothy McCown, August 8, 1922 – April 28, 1999) was an American film and television actor, screenwriter and producer. He also wrote the novels The Man From Padera (1979) and Cerrado (1980). The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. When the news came out he received an offer to play "The Champion" on Climax!
Tall and handsome, he benefited from a screen test at 20th Century-Fox, arranged for him by Sue Carol, a Hollywood agent and the wife of actor Alan Ladd, who is said to have spotted Calhoun while he was riding a horse in a Los Angeles park. He was promoted to co-star for With a Song in My Heart (1952) with Hayward and Way of a Gaucho (1952) with Gene Tierney, directed by Jacques Tourneur. Was a registered Republican who campaigned for.

En 1948, au Ford's Theatre de Baltimore (Maryland), des acteurs répètent une adaptation musicale de La Mégère apprivoisée, avec dans les deux rôles principaux Fred Graham interprétant Petruchio (et dirigeant cette adaptation), et son ex-épouse devenue une célèbre actrice de cinéma, Lilli Vanessi, jouant Katharine.

Bill is an actor playing the role of Lucentio in a touring production READ MORE - PRO MEMBERS ONLY Join the StageAgent community to read our character analysis for Bill Calhoun (Lucentio) and unlock other amazing theatre resources! Publicity Listings In 1955 his agent, Henry Willson, disclosed information about Calhoun's years in prison to "Confidential" magazine in exchange for the tabloid not printing an exposé about the secret homosexual life of Rock Hudson, another Willson client. He was aged 76. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 31 août 2020 à 19:15. During Calhoun's contract with 20th Century Fox, he was in A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950) and was second male lead in I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951) with Susan Hayward, and Meet Me After the Show (1951) with Betty Grable. His appearance becoming increasingly gaunt, Calhoun was a regular guest on television series in the 1980s. Join Facebook to connect with Bill Calhoun and others you may know. She arranged for him to have a screen test at 20th Century Fox, and he was cast in uncredited roles for Something for the Boys (1944), and Sunday Dinner for a Soldier (1944). [1] The son of a professional gambler, he was of Irish ancestry. More than two decades later he returned to CBS for five years as Judge Judson Tyler on the daytime serial Capitol (1982). [12] He played the villain in Return of the Frontiersman (1950) and was hero of Monogram's County Fair (1950). He wrote the story for the film Shotgun (1955) made by Allied Artists and tried to star in it, but Universal would not loan him. Calhoun was married twice. In 1958, on the recommendation of studio boss Desi Arnaz, Calhoun co-produced and starred in the television series The Texan, which aired on Monday evenings until 1960. [6][7] He had a one-line role in a Laurel and Hardy comedy, The Bullfighters (1945), credited under the name Frank McCown.