Charles Durning

Charles Durning

  • Born on
    • February 28th, 1923
  • Died on
    • December 24th, 2012
Charles Edward Durning (February 28, 1923 – December 24, 2012) was an American actor. He best-known films include The Sting (1973), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), True Confessions (1981), Tootsie (1982), Dick Tracy (1990) and O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000). He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for both The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982) and To Be or Not to Be (1983). Description above from the Wikipedia article Charles Durning, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Acting (76 Credits)

2014Scavenger Killers as Dylan FrierWatch Free
2011The Great Fight as Judge FrierWatch Free
2011The Life Zone as James Wise
2008iMurders as Dr. Seamus St. Martin
2008A Bunch of Amateurs as Charlie Rosenberg
2008Deal as Charlie Adler
2008Good Dick as Charlie
2006Desperation as Tom Billingsley
2006Forget About It as Eddie O'Brien
2006Local Color as Yammi
2005Dirty Deeds as Victor Rasdale
2004Death and Texas as Marshall LedgerWatch Free
2004A Boyfriend for Christmas as Santa Claus
2002Mr. St. Nick as Nicholas XX
2000Lakeboat as Skippy
2000O Brother, Where Art Thou? as Menelaus 'Pappy' O'Daniel
2000State and Main as Mayor George Bailey
1998Jerry and Tom as Vic
1998Hi-Life as Fatty
1996Spy Hard as The Director
1996One Fine Day as Lew
1996Mrs. Santa Claus as Santa Claus
1995Home for the Holidays as Henry Larson
1995The Last Supper as Reverend Gerald Hutchens
1995The Grass Harp as Reverend Buster
1994The Hudsucker Proxy as Waring Hudsucker
1994I.Q. as Louis Bamberger
1993When a Stranger Calls Back as John Clifford
1993The Music of Chance as Bill Flower
1991V.I. Warshawski as Det. Lt. Bobby Mallory
1990Dick Tracy as Chief Brandon
1990Evening Shade as Harlan Elldridge
1989Ballet as Uncle Joshua
1989Cat Chaser as Jiggs Scully
1989Brenda Starr as Editor Francis I. Livright
1988Far North as Bertrum
1988Cop as Dutch Peltz
1987The Rosary Murders as Father Ted Nabors
1987Happy New Year as Charlie
1987The Man Who Broke 1,000 Chains as Warden Hardy
1987A Tiger's Tale as Charlie Drumm
1986Tough Guys as Deke Yablonski
1986Big Trouble as O'Mara
1986Solarbabies as The Warden
1985Stick as Chucky
1985The Man with One Red Shoe as Ross
1985Death of a Salesman as Charley
1984Mass Appeal as Monsignor Thomas Burke
1983Two of a Kind as Charlie
1983To Be or Not to Be as Col. Erhardt
1983Scarface as Immigration Officer (voice) (uncredited)
1982The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas as Governor
1982Tootsie as Les Nichols
1981Dark Night of the Scarecrow as Otis P. Hazelrigg
1981True Confessions as Jack Amsterdam
1981Sharky's Machine as Lt. Friscoe
1980The Final Countdown as Senator Samuel Chapman
1979When a Stranger Calls as John CliffordWatch Free
1979North Dallas Forty as Coach Johnson
1979Starting Over as Michael "Mickey" Potter
1979The Muppet Movie as Doc Hopper
1978An Enemy of the People as Peter Stockmann
1978The Fury as Dr. Jim McKeever
1977The Choirboys as Spermwhale Whalen
1977Twilight's Last Gleaming as President David T. Stevens
1976Harry and Walter Go to New York as Rufus T. Crisp
1975Dog Day Afternoon as Det. Sgt. Eugene Moretti
1975The Hindenburg as Captain Pruss
1975Breakheart Pass as O'Brien
1974The Front Page as Murphy
1973The Sting as Lt. Wm. Snyder
1972Sisters as Joseph Larch
1970Hi, Mom! as Superintendent
1970I Walk the Line as Hunnicutt
1964Another World
1962The Password Is Courage as American Solider (uncredited)


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