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  1. George Campbell Scott (Wise, Virginia, 18 de octubre de 1927-Westlake Village, California, 22 de septiembre de 1999), conocido como George C. Scott, fue un actor, director y productor estadounidense.

  2. George Campbell Scott (October 18, 1927 – September 22, 1999) was an American actor, director and producer. He had a celebrated career on both stage and screen. [1] With a gruff demeanor and commanding presence, Scott became known for his portrayal of stern but complex authority figures.

  3. 99+ Photos. George C. Scott was an immensely talented actor, a star of the big screen, stage and television. He was born on October 18, 1927 in Wise, Virginia, to Helena Agnes (Slemp) and George Dewey Scott. At the age of eight, his mother died, and his father, an executive at Buick, raised him.

  4. George C. Scott. (Wise, 1927 - Westlake Village, 1999) Actor de teatro y cine estadounidense. De fuerte temperamento y aire orgulloso, George Scott ha pasado a la historia de Hollywood como una de las personalidades más características del cine moderno.

  5. 22 de sept. de 2009 · George C. Scott, la interpretación como huida. Un gran talento interpretativo y un carácter difícil convivían en Scott. | AP. Ganó el Oscar a mejor actor por 'Patton' en 1971, pero rechazó ...

  6. 23 de sept. de 1999 · George C. Scott is dead at 71. He was a powerful screen and stage presence whose enormous range was illustrated by his two famous military roles: Gen. Buck Turgidson in "Dr. Strangelove" and Gen. George C. Patton in " Patton ." Scott won an Academy Award as best actor for " Patton ," but refused it, saying the Oscars were a "meat ...

  7. www.encyclopedia.com › film-and-television-biographies › george-c-scottGeorge C Scott | Encyclopedia.com

    18 de may. de 2018 · George C. Scott (1927-1999) was one of the finest and most versatile stage, television, and film actors of the last half of the twentieth century, best known for his Oscar-winning performance as American General George Patton.