Mostly Credited As: George Peppard
Birth Name: George William Peppard Jr.
Date Of Birth: October 01, 1928 (Age 65)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan
Date Of Death: May 08, 1994
Cause Of Death: pneumonia
Height: 6' (1.82 m)
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Trivia George's ex-wife, Elizabeth Ashley, claimed in her autobiography that he frequently hit her. Peppard always denied this accusation.
George's Star on the Walk of Fame for his contributions to the Motion Picture industry is located at 6675 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA.
In 1960, George won the NBR Award for Best Supporting Actor for: Home from the Hill (1960).
In 1960, George won the Golden Laurel for Top Male New Personality.
In 1965, George received a 3rd place Golden Laurel for Dramatic Performance, Male for: The Carpetbaggers (1964).
In 1967, George was nominated for the Golden Laurel for Best Male Dramatic Performance for: The Blue Max (1966). He received 5th place.
In 1961, George was nominated for the BAFTA Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles for: Home from the Hill (1960).
George had two children with ex-wife Helen Davies. A son named Brad, and a daughter named Julie.
George had a son, named Christian with ex-wife Elizabeth Ashley.
George was married to Laura Taylor from 1992, until his death on May 8th, 1994.
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