George Montgomery Actor

George Montgomery

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George Montgomery is a 84 years old actor from United States of America George Montgomery was born on August 29, 1916 (died on December 12, 2000, he was 84 years old) in .

Biography

George Montgomery was boxing champion at the University of Montana, where he majored in architecture and interior design. Dropping out a year later, he decided to take up boxing more seriously, and moved to California, where he was coached by ex-heavyweight world champion James J. Jeffries. While in Hollywood, he came to the attention of the studios and was hired as a stuntman in 1935. After doing this for four years, George was offered a contract at 20th Century Fox in 1939, but found himself largely confined to leads in B-westerns. He did not se...
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Is George Montgomery still alive?

No, he died on 12/12/2000, 20 years ago. He was 84 years old when he died. Cause of death: myocardial infarction. He died in Rancho Mirage and buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery .

Family

Wife

Dinah Shore

Dinah Shore, Singer Actress

He married with Dinah Shore (77), in 1943. George Montgomery was 26 and Dinah Shore was 26 years old. After 20 years, they break up in 1963.

Child

He had one child, JaVale (33, American basketball player) . When his first child, JaVale McGee, was born, George Montgomery was 71 years old.

Works

George Montgomery Movies (92)

There are 92 movies of George Montgomery:

His first feature film was Battle of the Bulge (1965, as Sgt. Duquesne). He was 49 when he starred in this movie. Since 1965, he has appeared in 92 feature films. The last one is Ride the Tiger. .

George Montgomery movie characters

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

George Montgomery TV Shows (9)

His first TV Show was Studio One (1948).

Education

He graduated from University Of Montana

What was George's zodiac sign?

George Montgomery zodiac sign was virgo.

Other facts about George Montgomery

George Montgomery's Child

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