Warren Beatty young
March 30, 1937
6 ft 2 in | 187 cm
91 kg | 200 lbs
Warren Beatty was born in Richmond, Virginia, United States, on March 30, 1937, is an American actor and filmmaker.
Young Warren Beatty first started his career as a stagehand at National Theatre in Washington, D.C.
He began his professional acting career in 1957, in television shows: Kraft Television Theater, Westinghouse Studio One and Suspicion.
He landed his Broadway debut in a play "A Loss of Roses" (1959) in role as Kenny, for which he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play and he won a Theatre World Award.
He made his big screen debut in drama movie Splendor in the Grass (1961) in role as Bud Stamper, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor and he won a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year.
Warren's breakthrough performance came as Clyde Barrow in biographical crime film Bonnie and Clyde (1967) with Faye Dunaway, for which he was nominated for the Academy Award, a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor also as a producer for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Rules Don't Apply (2016) romantic comedy drama in role as Howard Hughes, also writer, director and producer
Heaven Can Wait (1978)
He won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor and was nominated for the Academy Award for his performance as Joe Pendleton in fantasy comedy movie Heaven Can Wait (1978), also he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture and he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, the Academy Award for Best Director (shared with Buck Henry), the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay (shared with Elaine May) as a producer, director and writer.
He was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role as George Roundy in comedy drama movie Shampoo (1975) also was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy as a writer and producer.
He won the Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Director and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (shared with Trevor Griffiths) for epic historical drama movie Reds (1981) also was nominated for the Academy Award, the BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role as John Silas "Jack" Reed.
He was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his performance as Sen. Jay Billington Bulworth in drama romance film Bulworth (1998), also he was nominated for the Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Screenplay (shared with Jeremy Pikser) and a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, as a writer, director and producer.
Dick Tracy (1990)
He directed produced and starred in role as Dick Tracy in crime thriller film Dick Tracy (1990), for which he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
He was nominated for the Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role as Bugsy Siegel in biographical crime drama movie Bugsy (1991) also he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama, as a producer.
The Parallax View (1974) political thriller in role as Joseph Frady
The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961) romantic drama with Vivien Leigh
Ishtar (1987) action adventure comedy with Dustin Hoffman and Isabelle Adjani
Lilith (1964) drama with Peter Fonda and Jean Seberg
The Only Game in Town (1970) drama romance with Elizabeth Taylor
Love Affair (1994) romantic drama opposite Annette Bening, Katharine Hepburn and Pierce Brosnan
McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) western directed by Robert Altman
$ (1971) caper with Goldie Hawn
He portrayed Milton Armitage in CBS sitcom The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1959-1960).
He played Dick Tracy in a 30-minute action comedy television movie Dick Tracy Special (2008).
Attended Washington-Lee High School in Arlington.
Studied liberal arts at Northwestern University (1954–1955).
Studied acting under Stella Adler at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.
He is the younger brother of actress Shirley MacLaine.
Formed a production company, Tatira in 1965.
He own production company "Mulholland Productions".
He was honored with the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award (1999).
Received the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award in 2007.
He was made a Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters in 1992.
He was named Honorary Chairman of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting (2004).
Received the British Academy Fellowship from BAFTA in 2002.
Received The Kennedy Center Honor in Washington, D.C. in 2004.
Lives on "Bad Boy Drive" Muholland Drive in Beverly Hills.
He married actress Annette Bening in 1992, they have two daughters and two sons.
He dated Stephanie Seymour (1990-1991), Madonna (1989-1990), Isabelle Adjani (1986-1987), Mary Tyler Moore (1980-1981), Bitten Knudsen (1979-1981), Diane Keaton (1978-1980), Michelle Phillips (1976-1977), Carly Simon (1972-1973), Julie Christie (1968-1974), Leslie Caron (1964-1966), Claudia Cardinale (1963-1965), Natalie Wood (1960-1963) and Joan Collins (1959-1960).
You've achieved success in your field when you don't know whether what you're doing is work or play.
There's no point in making a movie just to be making a movie.
That's all gone, now, the old, Hollywood.
A director needs to be in control, but he really shouldn't be in complete control, because then things could be very boring, and he wouldn't take advantage of unexpected developments and opportunities.
If I had done some of the movies that I was offered as an actor, and very good movies by the way, and some of them big moneymakers, I don’t know that I ever would have taken what was the concentration or the time to do the movies that I produced. Reds is a good example, but Shampoo is also an example, and so was Heaven Can Wait.
I have been famous for a long time.