Jack Lemmon, Best Supporting Actor 1955: MovieMonday.com

MISTER ROBERTS

(Comedy - NR)

Jack Lemmon won his Supporting Oscar for playing the mischievous Ensign Pulver during World War 2 .


Jack Lemmon (1925 - )

American leading actor with Broadway experience, who frequently does comedies. Jack Lemmon's real name was John Uhler Lemmon III.

In 1973 Jack Lemmon won the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in SAVE THE TIGER.

More about Lemmon.

His directing credits include: KOTCH

Jack Lemmon received the BFA Acting award for his performance in: THE CHINA SYNDROME.

Jack Lemmon earned other Best Actor nominations:

SOME LIKE IT HOT (59)
THE APARTMENT (60)
DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES (62)
THE CHINA SYNDROME (79)
TRIBUTE (80)
MISSING (82)

His other films include:

IT SHOULD HAPPEN TO YOU
PHFFFT
COWBOY
OPERATION MAD BALL
IRMA LA DOUCE
GOOD NEIGHBOUR SAM
HOW TO MURDER YOUR WIFE
THE GREAT RACE
THE FORTUNE COOKIE
THE ODD COUPLE
THE APRIL FOOLS
AVANTI
THE FRONT PAGE
AIRPORT 77
THAT'S LIFE
DAD
JFK
GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS
SHORT CUTS
GRUMPY OLD MEN
GRUMPIER OLD MEN
MY FELLOW AMERICANS

Jack Lemmon's television series include:

HEAVEN FOR BETSY
TWIST OF FATE

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