December 25, 1899
January 14, 1957
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
68 kg | 150 lbs
40 in | 101 cm
8 US | 40.5 EU
34 in | 86 cm
Humphrey DeForest Bogart was born in New York City, New York, United States, on October 12, 1968, was an American actor.
Young Humphrey Bogart first started his acting career on the stage in Broadway productions (1922-1935).
He made his stage debut in a play "Drifting" (1921) in role as a Japanese butler.
He played reporter Gregory Brown in comedy "Meet the Wife" (1923-1924), at the Klaw Theatre.
He got his movie debut in short silent film The Dancing Town (1928) in role as Man in Doorway at Dance.
He made his feature film debut in pre-Code comedy Up the River (1930) in role as Steve Jordan.
He landed his first big break as Duke Mantee in drama crime movie The Petrified Forest (1936).
Humphrey's breakthrough performance came as Roy Earle in noir film High Sierra (1941).
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He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Rick Blaine in romantic drama film Casablanca (1942).
He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor and the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor for his role as Lieutenant Commander Philip Francis Queeg in romantic drama movie The Caine Mutiny (1954).
He won the Academy Award for Best Actor and was nominated for the BAFTA Film Award for Best Foreign Actor for his role as Charlie Allnut in drama romance film The African Queen (1951).
He was nominated for the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor for his role as Rick Leland in spy film Across the Pacific (1942).
He won the National Board of Review, USA Award for Best Acting for his role as Harry "Steve" Morgan in thriller romance film To Have and Have Not (1944).
He won the Faro Island Film Festival Golden Train Award for Best Actor for his role as Fred C. Dobbs in drama action movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948).
The Big Sleep (1946) noir as Philip Marlowe
Key Largo (1948) noir crime drama as Frank McCloud
Sabrina (1954) romantic comedy drama as Linus Larrabee
In a Lonely Place (1950) drama mystery as Dixon Steele
Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) drama crime as James Frazier
The Maltese Falcon (1941) as Sam Spade
The Roaring Twenties (1939) crime thriller as George Hally
Dark Passage (1947) crime drama as Vincent Parry
Dark Victory (1939) drama as Michael O'Leary
Sahara (1943) drama as Sergeant Joe Gunn
Attended the Delancey School and Trinity School in New York City.
Attended boarding school Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
Had two younger sisters, Frances ("Pat") and Catherine Elizabeth ("Kay").
Had English and Dutch ancestry.
He starred in over 75 films during his career.
American Film Institute ranked him as the greatest male star in history of American movies.
He was posthumously awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located on 6322 Hollywood Boulevard in 1960.
He served in the US Navy and was wounded in World War I.
He was good friends with John Huston, Frank Sinatra, Richard Burton and Spencer Tracy.
He was a founding member and the original leader of "Rat Pack".
Humphrey died on January 14, 1957, Los Angeles, California, United States, at the age of 57.
He was married to:
Lauren Bacall (1945-1957), they had a son, Stephen Humphrey Bogart and a daughter, Leslie Howard Bogart
Mayo Methot (1938-1945)
Mary Philips (1928-1938)
Helen Menken (1926-1927)
He dated Joan Blondell (1930), Ruth Etting (1930-1931), Glenda Farrell (1930), Louise Brooks (1924-1925) and Ruth Rankin (1920).