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Robert Montgomery

Actor
Male
Born May 21, 1905
Died Sep 27, 1981
Death Place New York City
Other Names Jr., Henry Montgo...

Robert Montgomery was an American actor and director.

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  • Elizabeth Buffy Grant Harkness
    Married 1950 - 1981
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  • Elizabeth Buffy Grant Harkness
    Married 1949 - 1981
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  • Norma Shearer
    Dated 1929
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  • Joan Crawford
    Fling 1929
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  • Elizabeth Allan
    Married 1928 - 1950
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  • Elizabeth Allen
    Married 1927 - 1950
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  • Elizabeth Bryan Allen
    Married 1927 - 1950
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Robert Montgomery
Robert Montgomery
d.1981

children

  • Robert Montgomery Jr.
    Robert Montgomery Jr.
    Son, d.2000
  • Elizabeth Montgomery Elizabeth Montgomery
    Daughter, d.1995
  • Martha Bryan Montgomery
    Martha Bryan Montgomery
    Daughter, d.1931

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CHILDHOOD

1904 Birth Born on May 21, 1904.

TEENAGE

1922 18 Years Old After his own father committed suicide in 1922, jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge, the family's fortune was gone. … Read More

TWENTIES

1928 24 Years Old Montgomery married twice; actress Elizabeth Allen (sister of Martha-Bryan Allen) in 1928, with whom he had two children, and Elizabeth Grant Harkness, whom he married in December 1950, less than a week after his divorce from his first wife was finalized.
1929 25 Years Old Sharing a stage with George Cukor gave him an in to Hollywood, where, in 1929, he debuted in So This Is College. … Read More

THIRTIES

1935 31 Years Old In 1935, Montgomery became President of the Screen Actors Guild, and was elected again in 1946.
1937 33 Years Old In 1937, he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor as a psychopath in the chiller Night Must Fall, then returned to playing light comedy roles, such as Alfred Hitchcock's Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941) with Carole Lombard, but continued his search for dramatic roles.
1942 38 Years Old He was again nominated for an Oscar in 1942 for Here Comes Mr. Jordan. … Read More

FORTIES

1945 41 Years Old In 1945, he returned to Hollywood, making his uncredited directing debut with They Were Expendable, where he directed some of the PT Boat scenes when director John Ford was unable to work for health reasons. … Read More
1947 43 Years Old Active in Republican politics and concerned about communist influence in the entertainment industry, Montgomery was a friendly witness before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1947.
1948 44 Years Old The next year, 1948, Montgomery hosted the Academy Awards. … Read More

FIFTIES

1954 50 Years Old In 1954, Montgomery took an unpaid position as consultant and coach to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, advising him on how to look his best in his television appearances before the nation. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1981 77 Years Old Montgomery died of cancer in 1981 at age 77 in New York City. … Read More
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