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American actor

Charles Durning is ...

Dead
Born 28 Feb 1923 in Highland Falls
Died 24 Dec 2012 in New York City
Age89 years, 9 months
Correction?
Charles Durning
Charles Durning
American actor Charles Durning on May 25, 2008 at the 2008 National Memorial Day Concert in Washington D.C.

About Charles Durning

Charles Edward Durning (February 28, 1923 – December 24, 2012) was an American actor, with appearances in over 200 movies, television shows and plays. Durning's best-known films include The Sting (1973), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Tootsie (1982), Dick Tracy (1990) and O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000). He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for both The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982) and To Be or Not to Be (1983). Prior to his acting career, Durning was a WWII soldier decorated for valor in combat.

Death

Durning died of natural causes at his home in Manhattan on December 24, 2012, aged 89 and was subsequently buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

On December 27, 2012, Broadway theaters dimmed their lights to honor him. The New York Times, which commented on Durning's more than 200 credited roles, referred to him and actor Jack Klugman, who died the same day, as "extraordinary actors ennobling the ordinary". The Huffington Post compared the two men, calling them "character actor titans".

Films

Charles Durning has worked on the following films:

The Muppet Movie
1979 film by James Frawley
1979
The Hindenburg
1975 American film
1975
The Sting
1973 film by George Roy Hill
1973
Tootsie
1982 film by Sydney Pollack
1982
The Final Countdown
1980 film by Don Taylor
1980
Death of a Salesman
1985 American TV drama film by Volker Schlöndorff
1985
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
1982 film by Colin Higgins
1982
Spy Hard
1996 American spy comedy film parody starring Leslie Nielsen and Nicollette Sheridan, parodying James Bond movies and other action films
1996
One Fine Day
1996 American romantic comedy film
1996
Home for the Holidays
1995 comedy-drama film
1996
Stick
1985 film by Burt Reynolds
1985
Jazz
2000 documentary miniseries
2000
Cop
1988 film by James B. Harris
1988
When a Stranger Calls
1979 psychological horror film by Fred Walton
1979
The Front Page
1974 film by Billy Wilder
1974
Sharky's Machine
1981 film by Burt Reynolds
1981
Breakheart Pass
1975 film by Tom Gries
1975
North Dallas Forty
1979 film by Ted Kotcheff
1979
The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists
US 1996 animated film
1996
Sisters
1973 film by Brian De Palma
1973
True Confessions
1981 crime film
1981
Tough Guys
1986 film by Jeff Kanew
1986
I.Q.
1994 film by Fred Schepisi
1994
Solarbabies
1986 film by Alan Johnson
1986
An Enemy of the People
1978 US film
1978
Twilight's Last Gleaming
1977 film by Robert Aldrich
1977
The Fury
1978 film by Brian De Palma
1978
The Choirboys
1977 film by Robert Aldrich
1977
Brenda Starr
1989 film by Robert Ellis Miller
1989
The Last Supper
1995 film by Stacy Title
1995
Where the River Runs Black
1986 film by Christopher Cain
1986
State and Main
2000 film by David Mamet
2000
The Man with One Red Shoe
1985 film by Stan Dragoti
1985
To Be or Not to Be
1983 comedy movie on WW II in Warsaw
1983
Two of a Kind
1983 film by John Herzfeld
1983
Deal
2008 film by Gil Cates Jr.
2008
V.I. Warshawski
1991 American film
1991
The Greek Tycoon
1978 film by J. Lee Thompson
1978
Jerry and Tom
1998 film by Saul Rubinek
1998
I Walk the Line
1970 film by John Frankenheimer
1970
Cat Chaser
1989 film by Abel Ferrara
1989
Hi, Mom!
1970 film by Brian De Palma
1970
Dirty Deeds
2005 film by David Kendall
2005
Happy New Year
1987 film by John G. Avildsen
1987
Starting Over
1979 film by Alan J. Pakula
1979
Harry and Walter Go to New York
1976 film by Mark Rydell
1976
Local Color
2006 film by George Gallo
2006
Good Dick
2008 film by Marianna Palka
2008
The Golden Boys
2008 film by Daniel Adams
2007
Big Trouble
1986 film by John Cassavetes
1986
A Tiger's Tale
1987 film by Peter Douglas
1987
The Music of Chance
1993 film by Philip Haas
1993
Not for Ourselves Alone
1999 film by Ken Burns
1999
The Rosary Murders
1987 film by Fred Walton
1987
Meatballs III: Summer Job
1987 film by George Mendeluk
1987
Étoile
1988 film by Peter Del Monte
1988
Lakeboat
2000 film by Joe Mantegna
2000
Tilt
1979 film
1979
Far North
1988 film by Sam Shepard
1988
IMurders
2008
River's End
2005 American Western-drama film directed by William Katt
2005
Die Laughing
1980 film by Jeff Werner
1980
Break
film
2008
Fatal Sky
1990 film by Frank Shields
1990
Stand Alone
1985
Justice
1999 film by Jack Ersgard
1999