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American actor

George Segal is ...

Dead
Born 13 Feb 1934 in Great Neck
Died 23 Mar 2021 in Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital
Age87 years, 1 month
Causesurgical complications
Correction?
George Segal
George Segal
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About George Segal

George Segal born on 13 February 1934 in Great Neck. He is a citizen of United States of America. George Segal was educated at Columbia University and Haverford College. He died on 23 March 2021 in Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital from a surgical complications at age 87 years, 1 month.

George Segal plays banjo. He was an American actor.

George Segal has had one spouse: Marion Segal Freed.

George Segal has worked as a banjoist, stage actor, television actor, film actor, voice actor and film producer. He has been a member of American Academy of Arts and Letters. He has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

He is also known as George Segal Jr..

Films

George Segal has worked on the following films:

The Longest Day
1962 war film
1962
Ship of Fools
1965 film by Stanley Kramer
1965
The Bridge at Remagen
1969 American film by John Guillermin
1969
The Mirror Has Two Faces
1996 film by Barbra Streisand
1996
To Die For
1995 film by Gus Van Sant
1995
California Split
1974 film by Robert Altman
1974
Rollercoaster
1977 American disaster-suspense film directed by James Goldstone
1977
A Touch of Class
1973 film by Melvin Frank
1973
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre
1967 American gangster film directed by Roger Corman
1967
Stick
1985 film by Burt Reynolds
1985
For the Boys
1991 film directed by Mark Rydell
1991
Look Who's Talking
1989 film by Amy Heckerling
1989
The Hot Rock
1972 film by Peter Yates
1972
Joshua Tree
1993 film by Vic Armstrong
1993
Look Who's Talking Now
1993 film by Tom Ropelewski
1993
The Quiller Memorandum
1966 film
1966
Lost Command
1966 film by Mark Robson
1966
Where's Poppa?
1970 film by Carl Reiner
1970
King Rat
1965 film by Bryan Forbes
1965
No Way to Treat a Lady
1968 black comedy thriller directed by Jack Smight
1968
The Owl and the Pussycat
1970 film by Herbert Ross
1970
Flirting with Disaster
1996 film by David O. Russell
1996
Bye Bye Braverman
1968 film by Sidney Lumet
1968
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
1978 film by Ted Kotcheff
1978
Blume in Love
1973 film by Paul Mazursky
1973
The Cold Room
1984 cable television film directed by James Dearden
1984
Invitation to a Gunfighter
1964 film by Richard Wilson
1964
The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox
1976 film by Melvin Frank
1976
The Terminal Man
1974 film by Mike Hodges
1974
Fun with Dick and Jane
1977 film by Ted Kotcheff
1977
It's My Party
1996 film by Randal Kleiser
1996
Carbon Copy
1981 film by Michael Schultz
1981
The Southern Star
1969 film by Sidney Hayers
1969
The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood
1984 film by Ray Austin
1984
Lost and Found
1979 film by Melvin Frank
1979
The Babysitter
1995 film by Guy Ferland
1995
Loving
1970 film by Irvin Kershner
1970
Born to Win
1971 film by Ivan Passer
1971
The Black Bird
1975 film by David Giler
1975
The New Interns
1964 film by John Rich
1964
Heights
2005 film by Chris Terrio
2005
Russian Roulette
1975 film by Lou Lombardo
1975
The Last Married Couple in America
1980 film by Gilbert Cates
1980
Deadly Game
1982 film by George Schaefer
1982
The Girl Who Couldn't Say No
1968 film by Franco Brusati
1968
The Feminine Touch
1995 film by Conrad Janis
1995
Made for Each Other
2009 film
2009
All's Fair
1989 film
1989
Run for Your Life
1988 film by Terence Young
1988
Me, Myself and I
1992 film by Pablo Ferro
1992
Ollie Klublershturf vs. the Nazis
2010 film
2010
Chutzpah, This Is?
2005 film by Rick Kent
2005