George Campbell Scott was born on 18th October 1927 in the Wise city of Virginia, USA. He was also known by the nickname, G.C. G.C. had a height of 6 feet. He is the son of Helena Agnes Scott and George Dewey Scott, who was an executive at the Buick Motor Division, USA. The actor got married five times. At first, he married the actress Carolyn Hughes in 1951 and separated from her in 1955. His second marriage was to Patricia Reed (actress) in 1955. Later in 1960, the two got separated. He tied the knot with the American actress Colleen Dewhurst Colleen Dewhurst was a Canadian-American actor. Sh >> Read More... in 1960 and divorced her after five years in 1965.

The couple again tried to work things out in 1967 and stayed together for five more years, but eventually both of them ended their marriage in 1972. George then married his fifth and the last wife, Trish Van Devere (actress) in 1972. He is the father of seven children (3 daughters and four sons), Michelle, Victoria, Campbell, Devon, Alexander, George, and Mathew. Scott did his schooling from the Redford High School of the Detroit city of Michigan. He then joined the Marine Corps of the United States of America in 1945. He served US Navy for four years as a Sergeant.

At the Marine Corps, he was posted in the 8th and I Barracks of the Washington DC and also got an opportunity to be a teacher of radio speaking and English Literature at the Institute of Marine Corps. He did his Majors in Journalism from the University of Missouri. It was here at Missouri that he got interested in dramatics and did his first professional performance in the play, The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan. He played the role of a barrister. George made his first TV appearance in the show, The DuPont Show of the Month, in 1958.

He acted in just one episode, titled ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, which was based on the famous novel of the same name, written by Charles Dickens The world-renowned British writer and social criti >> Read More... . He played the role of the character, Jacques. He is best known for his performance in the movie, The Hospital, of 1971. This was a satirical film made by Paddy Chayefsky. In this film, George was in the lead role and played Dr. Herbert Herb Bock. The movie was a massive hit and received nominations in all the major award shows and also won an Oscar for the Best Original Screenplay. Scott was nominated for the Oscars Award and BAFTA Award under the category of the Best Actor.

Campbell has also directed three movies and produced one. The actor-director died at the age of 71, due to an abdominal rupture on 22nd September 1999 in Westlake Village of California.

Gavin O Connor English Actor

Gavin O Connor

Gavin O’Connor is an American playwright, producer, actor, and director, known for his work in movies such as the Tom Hardy starrer, ‘Warrior’, the Edward Norton starrer, Pride and Glory, and Tumbleweeds, among many others. Gavin is also the brother of the film producer, Greg O’Connor. Gavin O’Connor was born in the small town of Huntington in Long Island, New York, and pursued his education at the University of Pennsylvania. On graduating, O’Connor began his career in the year 1992 by writing and producing the short film, The Bet, directed by Ted Demme, featuring John Mosby, John Benjamin Hickey, and Vincent Pastore. Subsequently, in 1994, O’Connor also worked on the Kevin Corrigan starrer, American Standoff. However, it was in the year 1995 that O’Connor ventured into making feature films starting with the Dana Ashbrook starrer, Comfortably Numb. The movie was telecasted at the Boston Film Festival and The Cannes Film Festival, but failed to make an impact on the audience and critics. In 1997, O’Connor worked on writing, directing, starring, and producing the Off-Broadway stage play, Rumblings of a Romance Renaissance. In the same year, he worked on the Janet McTeer and Kimberly J. Brown starrer, Tumbleweeds, which pocketed him a Filmmaker's Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival. McTeer was presented with an Oscar and a Golden Globe nomination for her role in Tumbleweeds. Later on, O’Connor teamed up with his brother, Greg O’Connor, to form the production firm, Solaris. In 2004, O’Connor directed Disney’s sports documentary film, ‘Miracles’, based on the story of the U.S. Men’s Hockey teams triumph at the 1980 Winter Olympics. In the same year, O’Connor produced HBO-produced biopic on the mixed martial artist, Mark Kerr, titled, The Smashing Machine. 2008 saw the O’Connor brothers write, direct, and produce the Edward Norton and Colin Farrell starrer, Pride and Glory. Three years later, they also worked on the sports drama, ‘Warrior’, which had Tom Hardy, Nick Nolte, and Joel Edgerton among the cast. Nolte also pocketed an Academy Award nomination for the Best Supporting Actor. 2016 awaits O’Connor to direct the Natalie Portman starrer, Jane Got a Gun, and the Ben Affleck starrer, The Accountant. O’Connor tied the knot with the actress, Brooke Burns, in the year 2013.

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George Miller

Medical doctor turned director and producer George Miller was famous for his movies The Road Warrior and Fury Road. George Miller was born on 3 March 1945, in Queensland, Australia. His parents were Dimitri Castrisios Miller and Angela Balson are Greek immigrants. George Miller went to Ipswich Grammar School, and then to Sydney Boys High School. He pursued medical sciences at the University of New South Wales. Soon after his course, in 1971, he went to a workshop in film at Melbourne University which made him gain some skills related to film industry. He met Byron Kennedy at the University, and their friendship lasted forever. In 1972, Miller and Kennedy founded Kennedy Miller Productions. After Kennedy's death in 1983, he renamed it as Kennedy Miller Mitchell Production in 2009 in recognition of the producer Doug Mitchell. George Miller along with his younger brother Chris made a one-minute short film when they were in medical college, and it is the best short film among the students then. This instance shows that he has the craze for movies. The documentary Violence in Cinema: Part 1 is factual and for its subject matter, it gained a place in the 1972 Sydney Film Festival in the documentary category. Later, Madmax became his directorial debut which is from Kennedy Miller Productions. It was a big international hit then. He directed a remake of Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. Then he worked for the Australian Television like The Dismissal, The Cowra Breakout. George Miller did a few more films which had some bitter experiences and which made him learn a few lessons. One such movie is The Witches of Eastwick. This movie was a black comedy and critically reviewed. He played the role of a producer to movies like Flirting, Dead Calm and for TV mini-series like Bangkok Hilton, etc. George didn't produce all the films on his own. He also worked with production houses like Warner Bros. His sequel to Babe, Babe: Pig in the City is written and directed in 1998. After all, he made a handful of outstanding movies like Happy Feet and Happy Feet Two, etc. Then he took the part of principal photographer for Mad Max: Fury Road and it turned out to be the biggest hit and it received ten Academy Award nominations. Coming to his personal life, first, he married an Actress Sandy Gore, and they have a daughter Augusta. Later he married Margaret Sixel, who is a well-known editor and they have two children. He had some movies which are blockbusters and some movies which are mediocre.

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George Miller English Actor