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||Robert Duvall has the innate
ability to get into each role he plays. He becomes that person, body
Background - Duvall was born in San Diego where his father was
stationed in the Navy. He was raised on his family's tobacco farm
in Fairfax County, Virginia. He received a degree in drama at Principia
College in Illinois. Studied acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse
in New York.
Breakthrough Role - After a few years in summer stock, off-Broadway
and TV parts, his first screen role came as Boo, the neighbor of Atticus
Finch, played by Gregory Peck, in "To Kill a Mockingbird". His career
took off then and has been one of the most steady in Hollywood.
Oscar - Duvall won an Oscar for his portrayal of Max Sledge a
has-been country singer in the 1983 film, "Tender Mercies". Duvall
wrote and performed the songs used in the movie.
1998 - The Gingerbread Man
1997 - The Apostle
1996 - Sling Blade
1996 - Phenomenon
1996 - A Family Thing
1995 - The Scarlet Letter
1995 - The Stars Fell on Henrietta
1995 - Something to Talk About
1994 - The Paper
1993 - Geronimo: An American Legend
1993 - Falling Down
1993 - Wrestling Ernest Hemingway
1992 - La Peste
1992 - Newsies
1991 - Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse
1991 - Rambling Rose
1990 - Days of Thunder
1990 - The Handmaid's Tale
1990 - Convicts
1990 - A Show of Force
1988 - Colors
1987 - Hotel Colonial
1987 - Tango Bayle nuestro
1986 - Belizaire the Cajun
1986 - Let's Get Harry
1985 - The Lightship
1984 - The Natural
1984 - The Stone Boy
1983 - Tender Mercies
1981 - True Confessions
1981 - The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper
1979 - Apocalypse Now
1979 - The Great Santini
1978 - The Betsy
1978 - Invasion of the Body Snatchers
1977 - The Greatest
1976 - The Eagle Has Landed
1976 - Network
1976 - The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
1975 - Breakout
1975 - The Killer Elite
1974 - The Conversation
1974 - The Godfather, Part II
1974 - The Outfit
1973 - Badge 373
1973 - Lady Ice
1972 - The Godfather
1972 - The Great Northfield, Minnesota Raid
1972 - Joe Kidd
1972 - Tomorrow
1971 - Lawman
1970 - M*A*S*H
1970 - THX 1138
1970 - The Revolutionary
1969 - The Rain People
1969 - True Grit
1968 - Bullitt
1968 - The Detective
1968 - Countdown
1966 - The Chase
1965 - Nightmare in the Sun
1963 - Captain Newman, M.D.
1962 - To Kill a Mockingbird
Oscar - 1984 - Best Actor - "Tender Mercies"
FFCC Award - 1998 - Best Actor - "The Apostle"
Golden Globe - 1993 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or
Motion Picture Made for TV - "Stalin"
Golden Globe - 1990 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or
Motion Picture Made for TV - "Lonesome Dove"
Golden Globe - 1984 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture
- Drama - "Tender Mercies"
Golden Globe - 1980 - Best Motion Picture Actor in a Supporting Role -
Golden Satellite Award - 1998 - Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
- "The Apostle"
Independent Spirit Award - 1998 - Best Director, also Best Male Lead -
LAFCA Award - 1997 - Best Actor - "The Apostle"
Montreal World Film Festival - 1980 - Best Actor - "The Great Santini"
NSFC Award - 1997 - Best Actor - "The Apostle"
STFC Award - 1997 - Best Actor - "The Apostle"
Oscar - 1998 - Best Actor - "The Apostle"
Oscar - 1981 - Best Actor - "The Great Santini"
Oscar - 1980 - Best Supporting Actor - "Apocalypse Now
Oscar - 1973 - Best Supporting Actor - "The Godfather"
Emmy - 1997 - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special - "The
Man Who Captured Eichmann"
Independent Spirit Award - 1998 - Best Screenplay - "The Apostle"
SAG Award - 1998 - Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading
Role - "The Apostle"
SAG Award -1997 - Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a TV Movie
or Miniseries - "The Man Who Captured Eichmann"
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Impact" - 8 May 1998 from Paramount/DreamWorks. Cast
includes Robert Duvall, Tea Leoni, Elijah Wood, Vanessa Redgrave, Maximilian
Schell, Morgan Freeman, Mary McCormack, Blair Underwood.
"A Civil Action"
- June 1998 from Walt Disney Productions. Cast includes Robert Duvall,
James Gandolfini, Phil Hawn, Dan Hedaya, Edward Herrmann, Zeljko Ivanek,
John Lithgow, William H. Macy, Mary Mara, Bruce Norris, Kathleen Quinlan,
Tony Shalhoub, David Thornton, John Travolta.