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William Holden

William HoldenAKA William Franklin Beedle, Jr.

Born: 17-Apr-1918
Birthplace: O'Fallon, IL
Died: 16-Nov-1981
Location of death: Santa Monica, CA [1]
Cause of death: Accident - Fall
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Stalag 17


[1] 535 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA.

Father: William Franklin Beedle (b. 1892)
Mother: Mary Blanche Ball
Brother: Robet Westfield Beedle (b. 1921, d. 1-Jan-1944)
Brother: Richard Beedle (b. 1925)
Wife:
Brenda Marshall (actress, m. 1941, div. 1971, two sons)
Son: Peter Wesfield (b. 1944)
Son: Scott Holden (b. 2-May-1946)
Girlfriend: Stefanie Powers
Girlfriend: Audrey Hepburn
Girlfriend: Grace Kelly
Girlfriend: Capucine (extramarital affair, two years)

    University: Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA

    Endorsement of R. J. Reynolds Camel cigarettes
    Oscar for Best Actor 1954 for Stalag 17
    Emmy 1974 for The Blue Knight
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1651 Vine St.
    Vasectomy
    Autopsy by coroner Thomas T. Noguchi
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism, Smoking

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    S. O. B. (1-Jul-1981)
    The Earthling (24-Jul-1980) · Patrick Foley
    The Day the World Ended (28-Mar-1980)
    Ashanti (9-Mar-1979)
    Damien: Omen II (9-Jun-1978)
    Fedora (30-May-1978)
    Network (27-Nov-1976) · Max Schumacher
    21 Hours at Munich (7-Nov-1976) · Manfred Schreiber
    The Towering Inferno (10-Dec-1974) · Jim Duncan
    Open Season (Aug-1974)
    Breezy (18-Nov-1973)
    The Blue Knight (11-Nov-1973)
    The Revengers (21-Jun-1972)
    Wild Rovers (23-Jun-1971) · Ross Bodine
    The Christmas Tree (25-Sep-1969)
    The Wild Bunch (18-Jun-1969) · Pike
    The Devil's Brigade (15-May-1968) · Lt. Col. Robert T. Frederick
    Casino Royale (13-Apr-1967) · Ransome
    Alvarez Kelly (7-Nov-1966)
    The 7th Dawn (2-Sep-1964) · Ferris
    Paris When It Sizzles (16-Mar-1964)
    The Lion (19-Aug-1962) · Robert Hayward
    The Counterfeit Traitor (17-Apr-1962)
    Satan Never Sleeps (22-Feb-1962)
    The World of Suzie Wong (10-Nov-1960)
    The Horse Soldiers (12-Jun-1959) · Maj. Henry Kendall
    The Key (28-May-1958) · David Ross
    The Bridge on the River Kwai (18-Dec-1957) · Shears
    Toward the Unknown (27-Sep-1956) · Maj. Lincoln Bond
    The Proud and Profane (13-Jun-1956) · Lt. Col. Colin Black
    Picnic (11-Feb-1956) · Hal Carter
    Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (18-Aug-1955) · Mark Elliott
    The Bridges at Toko-Ri (20-Jan-1955) · Lt. Harry Brubaker
    The Country Girl (15-Dec-1954) · Bernie Dodd
    Sabrina (22-Sep-1954) · David Larrabee
    Executive Suite (6-May-1954) · McDonald Walling
    Escape from Fort Bravo (22-Jan-1954) · Capt. Roper
    Forever Female (Aug-1953) · Stanley Krown
    Stalag 17 (1-Jul-1953) · Sgt. Sefton
    The Moon Is Blue (3-Jun-1953) · Donald Gresham
    The Turning Point (15-Nov-1952)
    Boots Malone (11-Jan-1952)
    Submarine Command (Nov-1951)
    Force of Arms (13-Aug-1951) · Sgt. Joe Peterson
    You Can Change the World (1951) · Himself
    Born Yesterday (26-Dec-1950) · Paul Verrall
    Union Station (4-Oct-1950) · Lt. William Calhoun
    Sunset Blvd. (4-Aug-1950) · Joe Gillis
    Father Is a Bachelor (22-Feb-1950)
    Dear Wife (15-Nov-1949) · Bill Seacroft
    Miss Grant Takes Richmond (20-Sep-1949) · Dick Richmond
    Streets of Laredo (11-May-1949)
    The Dark Past (22-Dec-1948)
    Apartment for Peggy (15-Oct-1948) · Jason
    Rachel and the Stranger (20-Sep-1948) · Big Davey
    The Man from Colorado (7-Aug-1948) · Capt. Del Stewart
    Variety Girl (29-Aug-1947) · Himself
    Dear Ruth (10-Jun-1947)
    Blaze of Noon (2-May-1947) · Colin McDonald
    Young and Willing (5-Feb-1943)
    Meet the Stewarts (21-May-1942)
    The Remarkable Andrew (5-Mar-1942)
    The Fleet's In (24-Jan-1942)
    Texas (9-Oct-1941) · Dan Thomas
    I Wanted Wings (26-Mar-1941)
    Arizona (25-Dec-1940) · Peter Muncie
    Our Town (24-May-1940) · George Gibbs
    Invisible Stripes (30-Dec-1939) · Tim Taylor
    Golden Boy (5-Sep-1939) · Joe Bonaparte


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