ABOUT SPENCER TRACY (1900 - 1967)
Distinguished American actor, born in Milwaukee, who attened
New York's American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
In his early acting years Spencer Tracy gained some stage experience,
and later he would win two Best Actor Oscars: CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS
(37) and BOYS TOWN (38). His first Oscar was mistakenly inscribed
to "Dick Tracy".
In addition, Spencer Tracy received nominations for:
SAN FRANCISCO (36)
FATHER OF THE BRIDE (50)
BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK (55)
THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA (58)
INHERIT THE WIND (60)
JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBERG (61)
GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER (67)
He worked with Katharine Hepburn in a series of popular films
including: WOMAN OF THE YEAR, STATE OF THE UNION, ADAM'S RIB,
and THE DESK SET.
More about Tracy.
Spencer Tracy's other credits include:
TWENTY THOUSAND YEARS IN SING SING
THE POWER AND THE GLORY
STANLEY AND LIVINGSTONE
EDISON THE MAN
DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
THE SEVENTH CROSS
THRITY SECONDS OVER TOKYO
THE LAST HURRAH
IT'S A MAD MAD
MAD MAD WORLD