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Donald O'Connor

Donald O'ConnorAKA Donald David Dixon Ronald O'Connor

Born: 28-Aug-1925
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Died: 27-Sep-2003
Location of death: Calabasas, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Singin' in the Rain

Father: John Edward O'Connor ("Chuck", circus performer)
Mother: Effie (circus performer)
Wife: Gwen Carter (m. 7-Feb-1944, div. 1954, one daughter)
Wife: Gloria Noble (m. 1956, until his death, one daughter, two sons)
Daughter: Donna Gwen O'Conner (b. 1945)
Daughter: Alicia O'Connor (b. 1957)
Son: Donald Frederick O'Connor (b. 1960)
Son: Kevin O'Connor (b. 1961)

    Golden Globe 1953 for Singin' in the Rain
    Emmy 1954 for The Colgate Comedy Hour
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1680 Vine St. (motion pictures)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 7021 Hollywood Blvd. (television)
    Visited Disneyland on Opening Day
    Heart Attack 1971

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Out to Sea (2-Jul-1997)
    Toys (18-Dec-1992) · Kenneth Zevo
    Alice in Wonderland (9-Dec-1985)
    Pandemonium (Apr-1982)
    Ragtime (20-Nov-1981)
    That's Entertainment! (23-May-1974) · Himself
    That Funny Feeling (16-Aug-1965) · Harvey Granson
    The Wonders of Aladdin (31-Oct-1961)
    Cry for Happy (Jan-1961)
    The Buster Keaton Story (May-1957) · Buster Keaton
    Anything Goes (Apr-1956)
    Francis in the Navy (5-Aug-1955)
    There's No Business Like Show Business (16-Dec-1954) · Tim Donahue
    Francis Joins the WACS (30-Jul-1954)
    Walking My Baby Back Home (6-Dec-1953)
    Francis Covers the Big Town (17-Jun-1953)
    Call Me Madam (25-Mar-1953)
    I Love Melvin (20-Mar-1953) · Melvin Hoover
    Francis Goes to West Point (Jul-1952) · Peter Stirling
    Singin' in the Rain (27-Mar-1952) · Cosmo Brown
    Francis Goes to the Races (1-May-1951) · Peter Stirling
    Double Crossbones (22-Jan-1951)
    The Milkman (17-Oct-1950)
    Curtain Call at Cactus Creek (25-May-1950)
    Francis (Feb-1950)
    Are You with It? (20-Mar-1948)
    Something in the Wind (1-Aug-1947) · Charlie Read
    Patrick the Great (12-Apr-1945)
    The Merry Monahans (15-Sep-1944)
    Follow the Boys (25-Apr-1944) · Himself
    Private Buckaroo (11-Jun-1942)
    On Your Toes (6-Oct-1939) · Phil, as a Boy
    Beau Geste (2-Aug-1939)
    Million Dollar Legs (14-Jul-1939)
    Tom Sawyer, Detective (23-Dec-1938)
    Sing You Sinners (17-Aug-1938)
    Men with Wings (16-Jul-1938)
    Melody for Two (1-May-1937)



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