Fredric March

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Age: 116
Birthplace: Racine, Wisconsin, USA

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fredric March (born Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel; August 31, 1897 – April 14, 1975) was an American stage and film actor. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1932 for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and in 1946 for The Best Years of Our Lives.

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Movie Character Year
Vmfbspfkr0h6dpek41oqfmi1kcr Paris Bound Jim Hutton 1929
3cko1xl7a56u744sp7erczn2w6u Manslaughter Dan O'Bannon 1930
7hvdazdf9suotv5abjtxd8jkexl Laughter Paul Lockridge 1930
Xlaw1t1nackox3tntylfpfcuanp My Sin Dick Grady 1931
Fsh21chizsncwfjxf7g6takbgiz Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde 1931
Wkqnzmmgqpr6uj0lnhasprxptke The Sign of the Cross Marcus Superbus - Prefect of Rome 1933
Tpwucssh4fnlcryg8hzdxz0svak Design for Living Thomas B. 'Tom' Chambers 1933
Ewyexfhj7jrx4vpilhdzq98fmni The Barretts of Wimpole Street Robert Browning 1934
Ohzkkjn17bbcyraxwzbc9nrskar Les Misérables Jean Valjean / Champmathieu 1935
L7cchkkbxbhffqcbru1hju2xiwe Anna Karenina Count Vronsky 1935
Jg9z1krvchicmkjzosojcw7vaqg Nothing Sacred Wallace "Wally" Cook 1937
K8ch907trsowrozfbzvzusya0mn There Goes My Heart Bill Spencer 1938
Nj66zedorpo2gof5jwwqwbd9zt3 Susan and God Barrie Trexel 1940
Urlsdqfodwisamew2faxvf01y1e So Ends Our Night Josef Steiner 1941
Ipozoadv5qlkt1libdhlidsqykm The Best Years of Our Lives Al Stephenson 1946
Ioaasyxrxv87vgvy4nmjqtfevnd Another Part of the Forest 1948
Guarocv4laouyrlx1uhxdwrrak It's a Big Country Joe Esposito 1951
7ygcbbsoqjvovbonidkda9nlow5 Man On A Tightrope Karel Cernik 1953
Sdzdvfv5nbhud8zh5z4i1rnr3zs The Bridges at Toko-Ri Rear Adm. George Tarrant 1954
Rp3bivspszsyloyorcptm8duekg The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit Ralph Hopkins 1956
Qajzt9pzbhben0m5z4mwgqlwpet Albert Schweitzer Albert Schweitzer (english voice) 1957
2knlu9c7qjxmoymz54ephrjljjz Inherit the Wind Matthew Harrison Brady 1960
H2xxocsuaxvnmhm6mrxwh81utqm Seven Days in May President Jordan Lyman 1964