Burt Lancaster American actor

Burt Lancaster is a 80 years old American actor from New York City, New York. Burt Lancaster was born on November 02, 1913 (died on October 20, 1994, he was 80 years old) in New York City, New York as Burton Stephen Lancaster. His nickname was Lancaster Burton Stephen.

Burt Lancaster



Burton Stephen Burt Lancaster was an American film actor noted for his athletic physique blue eyes and distinctive smile.
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His real name:
Birth name of Burt Lancaster is Burton Stephen Lancaster
Is Burt Lancaster still alive?

No, he died on 10/20/1994, 28 years ago. He was 80 years old when he died. Cause of death: myocardial infarction. He died in Los Angeles and buried in Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery .



Norma Anderson

Norma Anderson

He married with Norma Anderson in 1946. Burt Lancaster was 32 and Norma Anderson was 28 years old. After 23 years, they break up in 1969.


He had five children, Joanna , Sighle , Jimmy , Bill (49, American screenwriter) and Susan (73) .

Burt Lancaster net worth

He had a net worth of 60 million dollars.


Burt Lancaster Movies (108)

There are 108 movies of Burt Lancaster.

His first feature film was The Unforgiven (1960, as Ben Zachary). He was 46 when he starred in this movie. Since 1960, he has appeared in 108 feature films. The last one is Luchino Visconti: Life as in a Novel (2008). In this movie, we watched him in the Interviewee character .

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Burt Lancaster movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Burt Lancaster TV Shows (8)

His first TV Show was The Ed Sullivan Show (1948).

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Awards (3)

Awarded Academy Award for Best Actor in 1952 , awarded Theatre World Award in 1945 , awarded Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award ,


He graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School and New York University

What was Burt's zodiac sign?

Burt Lancaster zodiac sign was scorpio.

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