Fredric March

Birthday:

08/31/1897

Place of birth:

Racine, Wisconsin, USA:

Biography:

Fredric March (born Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel; August 31, 1897 – April 14, 1975) was an American actor, regarded as "one of Hollywood's most celebrated, versatile stars of the 1930s and '40s." He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931) and The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), as well as the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for Years Ago (1947) and Long Day's Journey into Night (1956). March is the only actor to have won both the Academy Award and the Tony Award twice.


Film Credits

Complicated Women (2003)
as Himself (archive footage)
Hollywood Remembers: Myrna Loy - So Nice to Come Home to (1991)
as (archive footage)
The Spencer Tracy Legacy: A Tribute by Katharine Hepburn (1986)
as
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (1975)
as (archive footage)
The Iceman Cometh (1973)
as Harry Hope
...tick... tick... tick... (1970)
as Mayor Jeff Parks
Hombre (1967)
as Dr. Alex Favor
Seven Days in May (1964)
as President Jordan Lyman
I sequestrati di Altona (1962)
as Albrecht von Gerlach
The Young Doctors (1961)
as Dr. Joseph Pearson
Inherit the Wind (1960)
as Matthew Harrison Brady
A Christmas Carol (1959)
as Narrator
Middle of the Night (1959)
as Jerry Kingsley
The Winslow Boy (1958)
as Arthur Winslow
Albert Schweitzer (1957)
as Albert Schweitzer (english voice)
Island of Allah (1956)
as Himself / Narrator
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)
as Ralph Hopkins
Alexander the Great (1956)
as Philip of Macedonia
The Desperate Hours (1955)
as Daniel C. Hilliard
The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1954)
as Rear Adm. George Tarrant
Executive Suite (1954)
as Loren Phineas Shaw
A Christmas Carol (1954)
as Ebenezer Scrooge
Man on a Tightrope (1953)
as Karel Cernik
Death of a Salesman (1951)
as Willy Loman
It's a Big Country (1951)
as Joe Esposito
The Titan: Story of Michelangelo (1950)
as Narrator
Christopher Columbus (1949)
as Christopher Columbus
An Act of Murder (1948)
as Judge Calvin Cooke
Another Part of the Forest (1948)
as Marcus Hubbard
So You Want to Be in Pictures (1947)
as Himself--at Academy Awards (uncredited)
The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
as Al Stephenson
Tomorrow, the World! (1944)
as Mike Frame
The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944)
as Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain)
Valley of the Tennessee (1944)
as Narrator (voice)
I Married a Witch (1942)
as Jonathan / Nathaniel / Samuel / Wallace Wooley
Bedtime Story (1941)
as Luke Drake
One Foot in Heaven (1941)
as William Spence
So Ends Our Night (1941)
as Josef Steiner
Victory (1940)
as Hendrik Heyst
Cavalcade of the Academy Awards (1940)
as (archive footage)
Susan and God (1940)
as Barrie Trexel
Hollywood: Style Center of the World (1940)
as Himself
The 400 Million (1939)
as Narration (voice)
Trade Winds (1938)
as Sam Wye
There Goes My Heart (1938)
as Bill Spencer
The Buccaneer (1938)
as Jean Lafitte
Nothing Sacred (1937)
as Wallace "Wally" Cook
A Star Is Born (1937)
as Norman Maine
Breakdowns of 1936 (1936)
as Himself
The Road to Glory (1936)
as Lieutenant Michel Denet
Anthony Adverse (1936)
as Anthony Adverse
Mary of Scotland (1936)
as Bothwell
The Making of a Great Motion Picture (1936)
as
The Dark Angel (1935)
as Alan Trent
Anna Karenina (1935)
as Count Vronsky
Les Misérables (1935)
as Jean Valjean / Champmathieu
We Live Again (1934)
as Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov
The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)
as Robert Browning
The Affairs of Cellini (1934)
as Benvenuto Cellini
Death Takes a Holiday (1934)
as Prince Sirki / Death
Good Dame (1934)
as Mace Townsley
All of Me (1934)
as Don Ellis
Design for Living (1933)
as Tom Chambers
The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)
as Jerry H. Young
Tonight Is Ours (1933)
as Sabien Pastal
The Sign of the Cross (1932)
as Marcus Superbus - Prefect of Rome
Smilin' Through (1932)
as Kenneth Wayne
Make Me a Star (1932)
as Himself (uncredited)
Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)
as Jerry Corbett
Strangers in Love (1932)
as Buddy Drake / Arthur Drake
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932)
as Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde
My Sin (1931)
as Dick Grady
The Night Angel (1931)
as Rudek Berken
Honor Among Lovers (1931)
as Jerry Stafford
The Royal Family of Broadway (1930)
as Tony Cavendish
Laughter (1930)
as Paul Lockridge
Manslaughter (1930)
as Dan O'Bannon
True to the Navy (1930)
as Bull's Eye McCoy
Ladies Love Brutes (1930)
as Dwight Howell
Paramount on Parade (1930)
as Marine
Sarah and Son (1930)
as Howard Vanning
The Marriage Playground (1929)
as Martin Boyne
Footlights and Fools (1929)
as Gregory Pyne
Paris Bound (1929)
as Jim Hutton
The Studio Murder Mystery (1929)
as Richard Hardell
The Wild Party (1929)
as James 'Gil' Gilmore
The Devil (1921)
as Extra

TV Series Credits

Tony Awards (1956)
as Presenter
Producers' Showcase (1954)
as
The Best of Broadway (1954)
as
The Academy Awards (1953)
as
Omnibus (1952)
as
Lux Video Theatre (1950)
as
What's My Line? (1950)
as Himself - Mystery Guest