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Lee Marvin


Mostly Credited As: Lee Marvin
Date Of Birth: February 19, 1924 (Age 63)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: New York City, New York
Date Of Death: August 29, 1987
Cause Of Death: Heart Attack
Height: 6' 2" (1.87 m)

Lee Marvin




TV Appearances

Main cast 
M Squad (1957)As: Lt. Frank Ballinger
Episode Cast Credits 

Omnibus (1967) 
  The Last Moguls 20x07: (May/23/1986) As Himself 
  The Last Moguls 20x07: (May/23/1986) As Himself 

Wogan (1982) 
  Series 3, Show 1 03x01: (Jan/14/1984) As Himself 
  Series 3, Show 1 03x01: (Jan/14/1984) As Himself 

The American Film Institute Salute to ... (1973) 
  The American Film Institute Salute to James Cagney 02x01: (Mar/18/1974) As Himself 
  The American Film Institute Salute to James Cagney 02x01: (Mar/18/1974) As Himself 

The Flip Wilson Show (1970) 
  Ruth Buzzi, Lee Marvin, Jackie Vernon, Chi-Lites 02x25: (Mar/09/1972) As Himself, [Special Guest Stars]
  Ruth Buzzi, Lee Marvin, Jackie Vernon, Chi-Lites 02x25: (Mar/09/1972) As Himself, [Special Guest Stars]

The Ed Sullivan Show (1948) 
  Woody Allen, The Yale Glee Club 23x03: (Oct/12/1969) As Himself 
  Woody Allen, The Yale Glee Club 23x03: (Oct/12/1969) As Himself 

The Academy Awards (1953) 
  The 39th Annual Academy Awards 15x01: (Apr/10/1967) As Presenter, [Featuring]
  The 38th Annual Academy Awards 14x01: (Apr/18/1966) As Winner: Best Actor (for 'Cat Ballou') 
  The 38th Annual Academy Awards 14x01: (Apr/18/1966) As Winner: Best Actor (for 'Cat Ballou') 

Dr. Kildare (1961) 
  Sound of a Faraway Hill 04x06: (Oct/29/1964) As Buddy Bishop 
  Sound of a Faraway Hill 04x06: (Oct/29/1964) As Buddy Bishop 
  One for the Road 01x27: (Apr/12/1962) As Dr. Paul Probeck 

The Twilight Zone (1959) 
  Steel 05x02: (Oct/04/1963) As Steel Kelly 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Conny Miller 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Conny Miller 

Combat! (1962) 
  Bridge at Chalons 02x01: (Sep/17/1963) As Sgt. Turk, [Special Guest Stars]
  Bridge at Chalons 02x01: (Sep/17/1963) As Sgt. Turk, [Special Guest Stars]

The Dick Powell Show (1961) 
  Epilogue 02x27: (Apr/02/1963) As Finn 
  Epilogue 02x27: (Apr/02/1963) As Finn 

The Untouchables (1959) (1959) 
  A Fist of Five 04x10: (Dec/04/1962) As Mike Brannon, [Special Guest Stars]
  A Fist of Five 04x10: (Dec/04/1962) As Mike Brannon, [Special Guest Stars]
  Element of Danger 03x19: (Mar/22/1962) As Victor Rait, [Special Guest Stars]
  Element of Danger 03x19: (Mar/22/1962) As Victor Rait, [Special Guest Stars]

Ben Casey (1961) 
  A Story to Be Softly Told 01x16: (Jan/22/1962) As Gerry Bramson 
  A Story to Be Softly Told 01x16: (Jan/22/1962) As Gerry Bramson 

Route 66 (1960) (1960) 
  Mon Petit Chou 02x09: (Nov/24/1961) As Glenn Ryan 
  Sheba 01x12: (Jan/06/1961) As Woody Biggs 

General Electric Theater (1953) 
  The Joke's on Me 09x29: (Apr/16/1961) As Sid Benton 
  The Joke's on Me 09x29: (Apr/16/1961) As Sid Benton 
  Don't You Remember? 08x31: (May/08/1960) As Clerk 
  Don't You Remember? 08x31: (May/08/1960) As Clerk 

Wagon Train (1957) 
  The Jose Morales Story 04x05: (Oct/26/1960) As Jose Morales, [Special Guest Stars]
  The Jose Morales Story 04x05: (Oct/26/1960) As Jose Morales, [Special Guest Stars]
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Jud Benedict, [Special Guest Stars]
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Jud Benedict, [Special Guest Stars]

The Steve Allen Show (1956) 
  Season 5, Episode 3 05x03: (Oct/12/1959) As Himself 
  Season 5, Episode 3 05x03: (Oct/12/1959) As Himself 
  Season 4, Episode 19 04x19: (Jan/25/1959) As Himself 
  NBC Fall Preview 04x03: (Sep/21/1958) As Himself 

Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951) 
  A Fistful of Love 08x15: (Jan/02/1959) As guest star 
  A Fistful of Love 08x15: (Jan/02/1959) As guest star 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Jim Patterson 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Jim Patterson 

Climax! (1954) 
  Time of the Hanging 04x33: (May/22/1958) As Mannon Tate 
  Time of the Hanging 04x33: (May/22/1958) As Mannon Tate 
  Stain of Honor 03x21: (Feb/14/1957) As Brush 
  Stain of Honor 03x21: (Feb/14/1957) As Brush 

Studio One (1948) 
  Shakedown Cruise 08x08: (Nov/07/1955) As Teale 
  Shakedown Cruise 08x08: (Nov/07/1955) As Teale 

Suspense (US) (1949) 
  Needle in a Haystack 06x11: (Nov/10/1953) As guest star 
  Needle in a Haystack 06x11: (Nov/10/1953) As guest star 
  The Parcel 02x28: (Mar/14/1950) As Barrow 
  The Parcel 02x28: (Mar/14/1950) As Barrow 

Dragnet (1951) (1951) 
  The Big Whiff 02x10: (Jan/15/1953) As James Mitchell 
  The Big Whiff 02x10: (Jan/15/1953) As James Mitchell 
  The Big Cast 01x05: (Feb/14/1952) As Henry Ross 
  The Big Cast 01x05: (Feb/14/1952) As Henry Ross 

Biff Baker U.S.A. (1952) 
  Alpine Assignment 01x05: (Dec/04/1952) As Captain Hollis 
  Alpine Assignment 01x05: (Dec/04/1952) As Captain Hollis 

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (1958) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As David Roberts 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As David Roberts 

The Investigators (1961) (1961) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Nostradamus 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Nostradamus 

Kraft Television Theatre (1947) (1947) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Milo Bogardus 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Milo Bogardus 

The Great Adventure (1963) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Misok Bedrozian 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Misok Bedrozian 

The Virginian (1962) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Martin Kalig 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Martin Kalig 

The Golden Globes (1944) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Winner: Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical (for 'Cat Ballou') 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Winner: Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical (for 'Cat Ballou') 
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Trivia

Final appearance on-screen was in Delta Force in which he co-starred with Chuck Norris. The film was released in 1985.

Claimed to be a direct descendant of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.

Turned down one of the lead roles in Deliverance because he felt he was too old for the part.

Was one of the first actors to be sued for palimony by former live-in galpal Michelle Triola. The Court denied Ms. Triola any share of Marvin's assets but awarded her "spousal" support.

Second wife Pamela was once his high school sweetheart. The two re-united at a class reunion.

Turned down the starring role in the classic 1969 western The Wild Bunch in order to star in Paint Your Wagon which was a notorious flop.

Was an avid deep sea fisherman.

Lee Marvin Quotes
Marvin: I know my career is going badly because I'm being quoted correctly.

Marvin: If I have any appeal at all, it's to the fellow who takes out the garbage.