Cliff Robertson Net Worth

Cliff Robertson Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Cliff Robertson net worth is
$5 Million

Cliff Robertson Wiki Biography

Born Clifford Parker Robertson III on the 9th September 1923, in La Jolla, California USA, Cliff was an award-winning actor with a career that spanned more than 50 years. Some of his most prominent roles were as Lt. JG John F. Kennedy in the film “PT 109” (1963), as Charly Gordon in the film “Charly” (1968), then as Henry Ford in the film “Ford: The Man and the Machine” (1987), and as Uncle Ben Parker in the “Spiderman” trilogy, 2002, 2004 and 2007. Cliff passed away in September 2011.

Have you ever wondered how rich Cliff Robertson was, at the time of his death? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Robertson’s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount earned through his successful career as an actor, which began in the mid- 40s until 2007. During his career, Cliff appeared in more than 100 film and TV titles.

Cliff Robertson Net Worth $5 Million

Cliff was the product of his father’s second marriage. His father, Clifford Parker Robertson, Jr. married five or six times, and his second wife was Audrey Olga Robertson. Their marriage didn’t last long, as they divorced when Cliff was only one year old. His mother died soon after divorcing his father, and as his father had remarried he lived with his maternal grandmother, Mary Eleanor Willingham. His father visited him on rare occasions, however, he was still proud of his father, saying only nice things about the man. Cliff went to La Jolla High School, California, and after matriculation enlisted in the US Merchant Marine and served in World War II. After the war, Cliff enrolled at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, however, he left college before graduation and started working as a journalist.

He began his acting career with several minor roles in TV series in the mid- ‘40s, and then in 1953 got his first notable role, as Rod Brown in the TV series “Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers”, and then continued with lead roles in such films as “Picnic” (1955) next to William Holden, Kim Novak and Betty Field, then “Autumn Leaves” (1956), with Joan Crawford,and Vera Miles, “The Girl Most Likely” (1958) starring Jane Powell and Keith Andes, and “Battle of the Coral Sea” (1959), all of which not only increased his wealth, but also established him as a rising actor. He continued dominantly into the ‘60s, with the role as Lt. JG John Kennedy, for which then President John F. Kennedy handpicked Cliff to portray him in the film “PT 109” (1963), then the following year starred in the war drama “633 Squadron”, and also appeared next to Henry Fonda in the drama “The Best Man”.

Four years later, he was chosen for the role of Charly Gordon in “Charly”, for which he won the Academy Award in the category Best Actor in a Leading Role, and reprised the role of Charly in the sequel “Charly II”, released in 1980. Cliff enjoyed success in the ‘70s playing such characters as Philip Nolan in the drama “The Man Without a Country” (1973), then J. Higgins in the mystery thriller “Three Days of the Condor” (1975), the second man to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin in the biopic “Return to Earth” in 1976, while in 1977 he portrayed William Martin in the TV series “Washington: Behind Closed Doors”. Two years later he tried himself in a horror, playing the husband David Ballard of a deceased wife whose spirit haunts him, in the film “Dominique”.

Nothing changed for Cliff in the ‘80s, as he continued to line-up successes, starting with an appearance in the Golden Globe Award- nominated drama “Two of a Kind” (1982), then continuing as Playboy supremo Hugh Hefner in the film “Star 80” in 1983, and the same year Dr. Michael Ranson in the TV series “Falcon Crest” (1983-1984). He then portrayed treasure hunter Mel Fisher in the film “Dreams of Gold: The Mel Fisher Story” in 1986, and the following year he was Henry Ford in the biopic of the American industrialist, entitled “Ford: The Man and the Machine”, all of which steadily increased his wealth.

From the end of the ‘80s onwards, he slowly commenced his retirement from acting, though he was still present in a number of successful productions. In 1991 he featured in the romantic drama “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken”, with Gabrielle Anwar and Michael Schoeffling, while in 1996 he was the President in the sci-fi action adventure “Escape from L.A.”, staring Kurt Russell, Steve Buscemi and Stacy Keach. In 1999 he had a role in the family drama “Family Tree”, and in the new century he was chosen for the role of Uncle Ben Parker in the film “Spider-Man”, and the sequels “Spider-Man 2” (2004), and “Spider-Man 3” (2007), which was his last on-screen appearance. He had also featured in the horror films “13th Child” in 2002, and “Riding the Bullet” in 2004.

Regarding his personal life, Cliff was married and divorced twice, firstly to Cynthia Stone from 1957 until 1960. – the couple had a daughter. In 1966 he married actress Dina Merrill, with whom he also had a daughter before they divorced in 1989.

During his life, Cliff was an avid aviator, and owned several vintage aircraft which included a German Messerschmitt ME-108 and an iconic British World War 2 Spitfire. Also, his aviation skills helped land him several roles, including in the film “633 Squadron”. Cliff also co-founded the Young Eagles Program with help from the president of Experimental Aircraft Association, Tom Poberezny, of which Cliff was a member. Cliff was the chairman of the program for two years, and helped many children achieve their dream of flying, and also educated the children about aviation. He was actually in flight during the September 11 2001 attacks, and was forced by the air traffic control to land at the nearest airport.

Cliff died just a day following his 88th birthday, on the 10th September 2011 in Stony Brook, New York USA, from natural causes.

Full NameCliff Robertson
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 9, 1923
DiedSeptember 10, 2011, Stony Brook, New York, United States
Place Of BirthLa Jolla, San Diego, California, United States
Height5 ft 9 in (1.778 m)
ProfessionActor, Screenwriter, Film director
EducationAntioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio,La Jolla High School, California
SpouseDina Merrill (m. 1966–1989), Cynthia Stone (m. 1957–1959)
ChildrenHeather Robertson, Stephanie Robertson
ParentsAudrey Willingham, Clifford Parker Robertson Jr.
NicknamesClifford Parker Robertson III , Clifford Parker "Cliff" Robertson, III , Clifford Parker "Cliff" Robertson III , Clifford Parker Robertson , Clifford Parker Robertson, III
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Actor (1969), National Board of Review Award for Best Actor (1968), Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role (1966)
NominationsGolden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama
Movies“PT 109” (1963), “Charly” (1968), “Ford: The Man and the Machine” (1987), “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken”, “The Man Without a Country” (1973), “Three Days of the Condor” (1975), “Escape from L.A.” (1996), “Family Tree” (1999)
TV Shows“Spiderman”, “Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers”, “Falcon Crest” (1983-1984), “Washington: Behind Closed Doors” (1974-1984)
1[on Joan Crawford] I think she felt fraudulent, precisely because she had crossed the railroad tracks - had come up from nothing - and that therefore she felt she wasn't the real thing because she was just "acting". But Joan was the real thing.
2[on trying to get a sequel for Charly (1968)] You don't have to be a 17-year-old zealot to wage guerrilla warfare. Some of us, by nature, are intrigued by the challenge. I never intended to play Don Quixote and I don't intend to go out looking for more windmills, I can tell you. I love making movies very much.
3[on being blacklisted in Hollywood after exposing David Begelman in 1977] People told me I set a dangerous precedent. My ex-wife said that if I had played the game I would have owned the town, but I was always too independent.
4Show business is like a bumpy bus ride. Sometimes you find yourself temporarily juggled out of your seat and holding onto a strap. But the main idea is to hang in there and not be shoved out the door.
5[on director Frank Perry] I've been in so many bad movies and worked with so many bad directors that I go into a film expecting nothing. That's why I respect and admire Frank Perry so much. He's a rare man and I've worked with enough stiffs to know the difference, pal, but he knows the problems of actors and I know the problems of a director. Frank is as far away from Otto Preminger as you can get.
6The year you win an Oscar is the fastest year in a Hollywood actor's life. Twelve months later they ask, "Who won the Oscar last year?".
7This isn't exactly a stable business. It's like trying to stand up in a canoe with your pants down.
8As long as I get phone calls from the Museum of Modern Art, that all the film buffs love it, that's a residual. It isn't a financial residual and it isn't an artistic residual, but it's an ego residual.
1Ex-son-in-law of Marjorie Merriweather Post and E.F. Hutton.
2The reason that Cliff Robertson was not at the Oscars to receive his Best Actor award was because he was in the middle of filming the movie, Too Late the Hero (1970) in the Philippines. The director Robert Aldridge would not allow him to leave due to budget restraints.
3He appeared in two different comic book company adaptations: Shame in Batman (1966) a DC comics adaption, and Uncle Ben in the Spider-man trilogy, a Marvel comics adaption.
4Following his death, he was interred at Cedar Lawn Cemetery in East Hampton, New York.
5Both he and his then wife Dina Merrill played "Special Guest Villains" in Batman (1966).
6He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on December 17, 1986.
7Robertson, a longtime resident of Water Mill, New York at the time of his death, died at Stony Brook University Medical Center, a day after his 88th birthday.
8After serving as a merchant marine, he studied at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He left the college without getting his degree. He moved to New York City where he studied at the Actors Studio.
9In 1972, he said that "Nobody made more mediocre films than I did", including Too Late the Hero (1970), which he described as "a bunch of junk".
10His parents are Clifford Parker Robertson Jr. and the former Audrey Olga Willingham. His father was described as "the idle heir to a tidy sum of ranching money". They have divorced when he was a year old, and his mother died of peritonitis a year later in El Paso, Texas. Robertson was raised by his maternal grandmother, Mary Eleanor "Eleanora" Willingham; an aunt and an uncle.
11Passed up the chance to play the lead role in Dirty Harry (1971), which went to Clint Eastwood.
12Tried to raise money to make a sequel to Charly (1968) and even shot a 15-minute portion of it.
13He has two roles in common with Martin Sheen: (1) Robertson played John F. Kennedy in PT 109 (1963) while Sheen played him in Kennedy (1983) and (2) Robertson played Ben Parker in Spider-Man (2002), Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007) while Sheen played him in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014).
14Inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame in 2006 in the Advocate category.
15Along with Leonard Nimoy, David McCallum, Barbara Rush and Peter Breck, he is one of only five actors to appear in both The Outer Limits (1963) and The Outer Limits (1995).
16After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 18-year-old Cliff - then serving on a merchant ship in the Pacific Ocean - was reported dead to his family in California.
17He personally campaigned for Congressman Mo Udall in the New Hampshire Democratic Presidential primary in 1976.
18Was responsible for unraveling a major studio fraud in the 1970s, which led to the downfall of powerful Columbia Pictures president David Begelman. The morality of Hollywood was such that it did more short-term harm to Robertson's career than to Begelman's, who soon after was hired to run MGM. The full story is told in David McClintick's 1982 bestseller, "Indecent Exposure".
19He had a daughter, Stephanie Robertson, with his first wife, Cynthia Stone. He also had a daughter, Heather Robertson, with his second wife, Dina Merrill.
20Was a member of the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1989.
21Special guest at Roger Ebert's 4th annual Overlooked Film Festival in Champaign, Illinois. [March 2002]
22He owned a number of vintage aircraft, including an original German Messerschmitt ME-108, which was on display at the Parker-O'Malley Air Museum (closed in 2009) in Ghent, New York.
23Alfred Hitchcock considered him for the role of Sam Loomis in Psycho (1960), but the role went to John Gavin. Robert Wise considered him for the lead role in The Sand Pebbles (1966), but that role went to Steve McQueen.
24Personally chosen by John F. Kennedy to portray a World War II US Navy Lieutenant Kennedy in PT 109 (1963).
25Was a well-known sailplane pilot, and was also the voice in the "Running On Empty" documentary video about the Barron Hilton Cup, a prestigious soaring competition.


Spider-Man 32007Ben Parker
Riding the Bullet2004Farmer
Spider-Man 22004Ben Parker
The Lyon's Den2003TV SeriesHal Malloy Hal Molloy
13th Child2002Mr. Shroud
Spider-Man2002Ben Parker
Falcon Down2001Buzz Thomas
Mach 22001Vice President Pike
Family Tree1999Larry
The Outer Limits1999TV SeriesTheodore Harris
Assignment Berlin1998Cliff Garret
Race1998Jack Durmann
Escape from L.A.1996President
Dazzle1995TV MovieMike Kilkullen
The Sunset Boys1995Ted Roth
Biography1995TV Series documentaryNarrator
Renaissance Man1994Colonel James
Lincoln1992TV MovieNoah Brooks (voice)
Wind1992/IMorgan Weld
Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken1991Doctor W.F. Carver
Dead Reckoning1990TV MovieDaniel Barnard
Ford: The Man and the Machine1987TV MovieHenry Ford
Dreams of Gold: The Mel Fisher Story1986TV MovieMel Fisher
Shaker Run1985Judd Pierson
The Key to Rebecca1985TV MovieMaj. William Vandam
Falcon Crest1983-1984TV SeriesDr. Michael Ranson
Brainstorm1983Alex Terson
Class1983Mr. Burroughs
Star 801983Hugh Hefner
Two of a Kind1982TV MovieFrank Minor
Charly II1980Charly Gordon
The Pilot1980Mike Hagan
The Little Prince1979ShortNarrator / Pilot (voice)
Dominique1979David Ballard
Overboard1978TV MovieMitch Garrison
Washington: Behind Closed Doors1977TV Mini-SeriesWilliam Martin
Fraternity Row1977The Narrator
Obsession1976Michael Courtland
Midway1976Commander Carl Jessop
Return to Earth1976TV MovieCol. Edwin A. 'Buzz' Aldrin Jr.
Three Days of the Condor1975J. Higgins
My Father's House1975TV MovieTom Lindholm Jr.
Out of Season1975Joe Tanner
The Yanks Are Coming1974TV MovieNarrator
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn1974TV MovieJohnny Nolan
Man on a Swing1974Lee Tucker
The Man Without a Country1973TV MoviePhilip Nolan
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies1973Ace Eli Walford
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid1972Cole Younger
J W Coop1971J W Coop
Too Late the Hero1970Lt. Sam Lawson
Bracken's World1969TV SeriesCameo
The Sunshine Patriot1968TV MovieChristopher Ross / Arthur Selby
Charly1968Charly Gordon
The Devil's Brigade1968Maj. Alan Crown
Batman1966-1968TV SeriesShame
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre1964-1967TV SeriesDistrict Attorney Benjamin Reynolds / Will Nye / Quincey Parke / ...
The Red Skelton Hour1967TV SeriesArthur Artbuff
The Honey Pot1967William McFly
ABC Stage 671967TV SeriesBen Weldon
Up from the Beach1965Sgt. Edward Baxter
Masquerade1965David Frazer
Love Has Many Faces1965Pete Jordon
633 Squadron1964Wing Cmdr. Roy Grant
The Best Man1964Joe Cantwell
Breaking Point1964TV SeriesEvan Ross
Suspense1964TV Series
Sunday in New York1963Adam Tyler
The Greatest Show on Earth1963TV SeriesWillie Simple
The Outer Limits1963TV SeriesAlan Maxwell
PT 1091963Lt. JG John F. Kennedy
The Eleventh Hour1963TV SeriesJeff Dillon
My Six Loves1963Reverend Jim Larkin
The Interns1962Dr. John Paul Otis
The Twilight Zone1961-1962TV SeriesJerry Etherson / Christian Horn
Alcoa Premiere1962TV SeriesHoby Dunlap
Ben Casey1962TV SeriesLt. Col. Stanley Wensby / Eddie Smith
Golden Showcase1962TV SeriesRims O'Neil
Bus Stop1962TV SeriesCharlie Vansinger
Outlaws1960-1962TV SeriesGriff Kincaid / Jack Masters / Chad Burns
The United States Steel Hour1956-1961TV SeriesHorace Mann Borden / Charlie Gordon / Mason Stephens / ...
The Dick Powell Theatre1961TV SeriesDanny Langdon
The Big Show1961Josef Everard
Underworld U.S.A.1961Tolly Devlin
All in a Night's Work1961Warren Kingsley, Jr.
General Electric Theater1961TV SeriesPegosi
Riverboat1960TV SeriesMartinus Van Der Brig
Playhouse 901958-1960TV SeriesLieutenant / Joe Clay / Danny Carson
The Untouchables1959TV SeriesFrank Halloway
Alcoa Theatre1959TV SeriesParker Sefton / Johnny Keegan
As the Sea Rages1959Clements
Battle of the Coral Sea1959Lt. Cmdr. Jeff Conway
Gidget1959Burt Vail aka The Big Kahuna
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse1959TV SeriesJohnny Garth
Wagon Train1958TV SeriesLiam Fitzmorgan
The Naked and the Dead1958Lt. Robert Hearn
The Girl Most Likely1958Pete
Kraft Theatre1957TV Series
Autumn Leaves1956Burt Hanson
Celebrity Playhouse1956TV SeriesJed Warron
Picnic1955Alan Benson
Robert Montgomery Presents1952-1954TV SeriesClark / Mitch Hickock / Paul
Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers1953-1954TV SeriesRod Brown
Armstrong Circle Theatre1951-1954TV SeriesJohn Robinson
Ten Thousand Words1952TV Movie
Short Short Dramas1952TV Series
Faith Is a Nine-Letter Word1952TV Movie
The Bride's Teapot1952TV Movie
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1951TV Series
Lux Video Theatre1950TV SeriesFireman #8
Corvette K-2251943Lookout (uncredited)
We've Never Been Licked1943Adams (uncredited)


Charly II1980
The Pilot1980
J W Coop1971
Outlaws1962TV Series 1 episode


13th Child2002written by
J W Coop1971written by
Outlaws1962TV Series story - 1 episode


The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid1972producer - uncredited
J W Coop1971producer


The Twilight Zone1962TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Girl Most Likely1958performer: "Travelogue"


The Art of Fighting2017special thanks completed
Edición Especial Coleccionista2011TV Series in memory of - 2 episodes
Kennedys Don't Cry1975Documentary special thanks


With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story2010DocumentaryHimself
Accidental Icon: The Real Gidget Story2010Himself
For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots2010TV Movie documentary voice
All the Presidents' Movies: The Movie2009DocumentaryHimself
War Stories with Oliver North2006TV Series documentaryHimself
Paperman2005ShortHimself - Guest Appearance
From Two Men and a War2005DocumentaryErnie Pyle (voice)
The 75th Annual Academy Awards2003TV SpecialHimself - Past Winner
Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star2002TV Movie documentaryHimself - Actor
Behind the Scenes: Spider-Man the Movie2002TV Short documentaryHimself
HBO First Look2002TV Series documentaryHimself
'Obsession' Revisited2001Video documentary shortHimself
Howard Stern2001TV SeriesHimself
The Howard Stern Radio Show2001TV SeriesHimself
Biography1999-2000TV Series documentaryHimself / Himself - Actor
The Directors2000TV Series documentaryHimself
Intimate Portrait1999TV Series documentaryHimself
E! True Hollywood Story1998TV Series documentaryHimself
The 70th Annual Academy Awards1998TV SpecialHimself - Past Winner (uncredited)
Lusitania: Murder on the Atlantic1998TV Movie documentaryNarrator
Nova1997TV Series documentaryNarrator
Saturday Night Live1996TV SeriesHimself
Joan Crawford: Always the Star1996TV Movie documentary
With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America1996TV Mini-Series documentaryNarrator (voice)
The Outer Limits Phenomenon1996TV Special documentaryHimself
American Masters1995TV Series documentaryHimself - Actor
The American Revolution1994TV Movie documentaryGeorge Washington (voice)
Wings as Eagles1994TV Movie documentaryNarration
The Untold West1993TV SeriesHimself
Live with Kelly and Michael1990TV SeriesHimself
The Pat Sajak Show1989TV SeriesHimself
William Holden: The Golden Boy1989DocumentaryHimself
This Is Your Life1986TV Series documentaryHimself
Galapagos: My Fragile World1986TV Movie documentaryNarrator
Josh, the Logan Legend1986DocumentaryHimself
The 58th Annual Academy Awards1986TV SpecialHimself - Audience Member
All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan1985TV SpecialHimself
The 41st Annual Golden Globe Awards1984TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Actress / Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy / Musical
The 35th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1983TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Drama Special
The Making of 'Class'1983TV Movie documentaryHimself
CBS Early Morning News1982TV SeriesHimself
Night of 100 Stars1982TV SpecialHimself
The 39th Annual Golden Globe Awards1982TV Special documentaryHimself
Hollywood Greats1978TV Series documentaryHimself
The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: George Burns1978TV SpecialHimself
The 50th Annual Academy Awards1978TV SpecialHimself - Past Winner
ABC's Silver Anniversary Celebration1978TV SpecialHimself
The Merv Griffin Show1976-1977TV SeriesHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1968-1976TV SeriesHimself - Actor / Himself - Co-Host
Dinah!1975-1976TV SeriesHimself
The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Evel Knievel1975TV SpecialHimself
Kennedys Don't Cry1975DocumentaryHimself - Narrator
The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Michael Landon1975TV SpecialHimself
The Dean Martin Show1974TV SeriesHimself
Lincoln: Trial by Fire1974TV Movie documentaryNarrator
The Men Who Made the Movies: Alfred Hitchcock1973TV Movie documentaryNarrator
The Men Who Made the Movies: Vincente Minnelli1973TV Movie documentaryNarrator (voice)
The World Turned Upside Down1973TV Movie documentaryNarrator
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1963-1973TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
The David Frost Show1969-1972TV SeriesHimself
This Is Your Life1971TV SeriesHimself
Stand Up and Cheer1971TV SeriesHimself
The 42nd Annual Academy Awards1970TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Leading Role, Original Score & Short Subject Awards
The Joey Bishop Show1968-1969TV SeriesHimself
Laugh-In1968-1969TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Squares1967-1968TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
The Match Game1965-1968TV SeriesHimself - Team Captain
Personality1968TV SeriesHimself
Snap Judgment1968TV SeriesHimself
Password All-Stars1967TV SeriesHimself
I've Got a Secret1963-1967TV SeriesHimself - Celebrity Guest / Himself - Guest
The Linkletter Show1966TV SeriesHimself
The Celebrity Game1965TV SeriesHimself
That Regis Philbin Show1965TV SeriesHimself
ABC's Nightlife1965TV SeriesHimself
The 20th Annual Golden Globes Awards1963TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical / Comedy
Here's Hollywood1961-1962TV SeriesHimself
Playhouse 901958TV SeriesHimself (host)
The 11th Annual Tony Awards1957TV SpecialHimself - Presenter

Archive Footage

A Night at the Movies: Hollywood Goes to Washington2012TV Movie documentaryJoe Cantwell
The 84th Annual Academy Awards2012TV SpecialHimself - Memorial Tribute
18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2012TV SpecialHimself - Memorial Tribute
Plages des 60's2010TV Mini-Series documentaryKahuna
The Making of 'Midway'2001Video documentary shortCommander Carl Jessop
Gunfighters of the Old West1992Video documentaryYounger Brother (uncredited)

Won Awards

2005Master of CinemaRiverRun International Film Festival
2004Career Achievement AwardPocono Mountains Film Festival
2004Lifetime Achievement AwardSan Diego Film Festival
2002Lifetime Achievement AwardChamizal Independent Film Festival
2001Lifetime Achievement AwardLong Beach International Film Festival, Pasadena
2000Creative Achievement AwardLong Island International Film Expo
2000Lifetime Achievement AwardSanta Clarita International Film Festival
1998Special Achievement AwardFlorida Film FestivalFor acting.
1998Lifetime Achievement AwardLong Island Film Festival
1986Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 17 December 1986 at 6801 Hollywood Blvd.
1969OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Leading RoleCharly (1968)
1969NBR AwardNational Board of Review, USABest ActorCharly (1968)
1966Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a DramaBob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963)

Nominated Awards

1985ACECableACE AwardsInformational HostWorld of Audubon (1984)
1969Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actor - DramaCharly (1968)
1961Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading RoleThe United States Steel Hour (1953)

3rd Place Awards

1970Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMale Dramatic PerformanceCharly (1968)

Known for movies

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