Donald Sutherland

Donald Sutherland
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Donald Sutherland
Donald Sutherland
OC
Sutherland in November 2014
Birthday/Birthplace Donald McNichol Sutherland
(1935-07-17) 17 July 1935
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
Lives Where Georgeville, Quebec, Canada
College(s) University of Toronto
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
Profession(s) Actor
Active Years 1962–present
Wife/Husband Lois Hardwick
(m. 1959; div. 1966)
Shirley Douglas
(m. 1966; div. 1970)
Francine Racette
(m. 1972)
Kid(s) 5, including Kiefer, Rossif, and Angus Sutherland
Family Sarah Sutherland
(granddaughter)

Donald McNicol Sutherland , OC (Saint John, New Brunswick, July 17, 1935) is a Canadian film actor. Sutherland is one of the most versatile actors in the Hollywood scene and one of the living legends of cinema. With varied characterizations and ease of interpreting several genres, ranging from terrifying to comedy, to black humor, and superlatively achieving a great dramatic record. Sutherland has starred in character interpretations with a consistent mix of turbulent and honest nature. He is the father of the famous actor Kiefer Sutherland.

Donald_Sutherland’s Biography

He was born in Saint John, New Brunswick. He studied engineering and drama at the University of Toronto, and later in 1958 he moved to London to continue his studies at the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts of London (LAMDA).

First papers

At age thirteen he participated in an Italian horror film and then as an actor in the early 1960s in small roles in movies and on television, to later get some notable roles in horror films with Christopher Lee as Castle of the Living Dead or Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors.

First successes

Later he would achieve his first successes with the Twelve of the gallows (1967), but where he achieved fame and stardom, is like an American soldier in Korea, in the hit comedy M * A * S * H ​​(1970) at side of Elliot Gould directed by Robert Altman. Then that same year he worked on another successful film: The violent of Kelly with Clint Eastwood.

The following year he made one of his best roles in Klute (1971) with Jane Fonda and filmed in Venice the remarkable Do not Look Now, a modern classic. The 70’s saw him busy doing important roles as in the psychological horror trilogy Do not Look Now of 1973, or the award-winning The Eagle Has Landed (1976) where he shared the scene with Robert Duvall and Michael Caine.

With Fellini and Bertolucci

In 1976 he was put under the orders of the brilliant director Federico Fellini to put on the skin of the famous Italian seducer Giacomo Casanova in the film Il Casanova di Federico Fellini. That same year and taking advantage of his Italian stay, Sutherland acts in the superproduction Novecento (or 1900), an epic film about Italian fascism, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, and where he received good reviews for his work.

In 1978 he participated in the sci-fi blockbuster Invasion of the Body Snatchers, a remake of the original 1956 original, along with Jeff Goldblum, Leonard Nimoy and his friend Robert Duvall.

Decades of 1980 and 1990

Beginning in the 1980s, he was applauded for his portrayal of a father devastated by the loss of his son in the Oscar-winning “Regular People” (1980) by Robert Redford.

The year 1981 marked the return of Sutherland to theatrical stages. The event took place on Broadway and the work chosen was an adaptation of Edward Albee from the well-known Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov.

In 1985, he worked in the film Revolución with Al Pacino, although the film did not have a box office or critical success. In 1989 he was awarded for his performance in the drama A Dry White Season, which took place during the Apartheid of South Africa, sharing the scene with Marlon Brando and Susan Sarandon.

In these years Sutherland begins to accept supporting roles, although with important plot, in several successful productions. In 1991 he played the pyromaniac maniac Ronald Bartel in the film Llamaradas where Robert De Niro and Kurt Russell must do everything possible to stop him. Oliver Stone chose him to participate in his film JFK (1991) about the life of John F. Kennedy and his mysterious murder. The same counted on Kevin Costner like protagonist and the participation of Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Bacon, Gary Oldman and Joe Pesci. In 1993 he starred in the successful Six Degrees of Separation, a feature film where he worked with Will Smith towards the beginning of his film career.

In 1995 he played the role of Colonel Major Donald McClintock in the thriller Outbreak, where a virus threatens to erase humanity from the earth in just under three days. The rest of the cast was composed of actors of the likes of Dustin Hoffman, Kevin Spacey, Rene Russo, Morgan Freeman, and Cuba Gooding Jr. The following year in 1996 he had the opportunity to share the scene with his son Kiefer, in time to kill , where they participated along with a cast of great actors: Matthew McConaughey, Sandra Bullock, Samuel L. Jackson, Kevin Spacey, Ashley Judd.

Since 2000

Already entered into the new millennium, he starred in major productions such as Cold Mountain in 2003, along with Nicole Kidman, Renée Zellweger, Natalie Portman and other great actors. That same year he also acted in The Italian Job one of the most successful films of robberies of the year, where he is a mentor of professional thieves, with the performance of Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton and Seth Green. This was a remake of the original 1969, starring Michael Caine.

He was also very impressive on the television series Commander in Chief, which began his story in 2005 and ended after two seasons in 2006. On this occasion, he shared a screen with Geena Davis, the remembered actress of Thelma and Louise. . That same one got involved in the production of Hollywood that took to the big screen the classic one of Jane Austen, Pride and prejudice. It was starred by Keira Knightley and Sutherland to the role of his father.

Since then and until now, he has worked on titles such as Hex, Land of the Blind, Somewhere in the memory, drama that had Adam Sandler and Don Cheadle among its protagonists; Like crazy … for the gold, with Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey; The Mechanic, The Legion of the Eagle, Man on the Train, and has also participated in three installments of the series The Hunger Games, in addition to the upcoming Horrible Bosses, Sofia and Jock.

Among his last television works, Donald has worked between 2007 and 2009 in the series Dirty Sexy Money, in which he played the charismatic Tripp Darling, the powerful tycoon of the vineyards, involved in more than three outrageous murders. It was also, during 2010, Count Bartholomew in the original Starz miniseries, The Pillars of the Earth.

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