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Art Carney - Alle Bilder, Filme, TV Serien und Fakten finden Sie hier zum Star auf TV Spielfilm. Jetzt hier informieren! Der amerikanische Schauspieler Art Carney ist im Alter von 85 Jahren gestorben. Carney wurde in den fünfziger Jahre mit der TV-Serie "The. Arthur William Matthew Carney war ein US-amerikanischer Filmkomiker und Schauspieler.

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Arthur William Matthew Carney war ein US-amerikanischer Filmkomiker und Schauspieler. Arthur William Matthew Carney (* 4. November in Mount Vernon, New York; † 9. November in Chester, Connecticut) war ein US-amerikanischer. Juli ; Darsteller: Art Carney, René Enriquez, Herbert Berghof, Michael McCleery, Avon Long; Sprache: Deutsch (Dolby Digital ), Englisch (Dolby Digital. Art Carney. bis Arthur William Matthew Carney war ein US-amerikanischer Filmkomiker und Schauspieler. Weniger anzeigenMehr. Serien und Filme mit Art Carney: Fame – Der Weg zum Ruhm · Alcatraz · Lanigan's Rabbi · The Honeymooners · The Jackie Gleason Show · Last Action Hero . US-amerikanischer Schauspieler; * November in Mount Vernon, New York; † November eigentlich: Arthur William Matthew Carney;. Carney. Interview, Porträt, Filmografie, Bilder und Videos zum Star Art Carney | nextstepforward.eu​.

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He was years-old, and had reportedly managed to stay sober since he originally quit drinking c. Carney was survived by his wife Jean Myers, who died in October Carney was the grandfather of politician Devin Carney, who served in the Connecticut General Assembly.

Sign In. Edit Art Carney. Showing all 50 items. The show aired in the early s. He was a voice-over regular on the popular s radio series "Gangbusters", which featured weekly episodes based on actual crime incidents.

Each program ended with various descriptions of wanted criminals, many of whom were later arrested owing to avid listener participation. The voice of Red Lantern on radio's "The Land of the Lost" was originally done by Junius Matthews , who did a great number of movies around that time.

This show overlapped with his schedule, so it was taken over by Art Carney. World War II veteran stationed in France as an infantryman.

Wounded in leg by shrapnel and was hospitalized for nine months. Won a talent contest in elementary school and another at A. Davis High School, in Mount Vernon, from which he graduated in Had only a high school education, no formal training and never took an acting class.

A wound in the leg while serving as a World War II infantryman left one leg slightly shorter and gave Carney a noticeable limp for the rest of his life.

He was only 55 at the time but used makeup, grew a mustache, whitened his hair and stopped masking his limp. Suffered a nervous breakdown over the end of his year marriage to wife Jean owing to his addictions to alcohol, amphetamines and barbiturates.

After recovering fully in the s, he won not only an Academy Award but also his wife: They remarried. He talked his way into a job with the popular Horace Heidt Orchestra and went on the road for more than three years, doing impressions, novelty songs, and some announcing for Heidt's radio show "Pot o' Gold".

In , when the orchestra was asked to make a movie, Carney was handed a small role. He also specialized in dialects. New York: Facts on File, ISBN In a case of art no pun intended imitating life, the last words he ever spoke on-screen were his characters dying words: "I'm outta here Volume 7, , pages In playing the year-old Harry Coombes in Harry and Tonto , the year-old Carney convinced director Paul Mazursky by growing his own mustache, whitening his hair, wearing his own hearing aid and not trying to mask the limp he received from a World War II injury.

It was while appearing in "The Odd Couple" on Broadway that Carney suffered a nervous breakdown brought on by the failure of his twenty-five-year first marriage.

He was forced to leave the play and enter a sanitarium for nearly six months. Through his brother Jack, a musical booking agent, Carney landed his first show-business job in , as a mimic and novelty singer for Horace Heidt 's band.

Due to this association with Heidt, he made his unbilled film debut with Pot o' Gold as a band member and radio announcer. The stamp was issued 11 August Carney joined The Lambs, the historic theater club, in Also a member there was fellow Honeymooner Joyce Randolph , who is still a member; Joyce's husband was the Lambs' president for 11 years.

Prior to his death, he had been retired for more than a decade, living a quiet life at his home in Westbrook, Connecticut.

His maternal grandparents were Irish immigrants, and his father was also of Irish descent. Was briefly linked to Bebe Kelly an actress in the mid 70's.

It is a lifetime achievement award, not given for specific performances. I love Ed Norton and what he did for my career.

But the truth is that we couldn't have been more different. Norton was the total extrovert, there was no way you could put down his infectious good humor.

I'm a loner and a worrier. I don't tell jokes, and if I tried, I couldn't hold an audience's attention for five minutes. An actor can survive a bad play, particularly if his performance is well received.

But a bad movie You don't like going through life with your name synonymous with sewers. Two of his hits were "The Song of the Sewer", sung in character as Norton, and "'Twas the Night Before Christmas", a spoken-word record in which Carney, accompanied only by a jazz drummer, recited the famous Yuletide poem in syncopation.

Some of Carney's recordings were comedy-novelty songs, but most were silly songs intended especially for children. He also narrated a version of The Wizard of Oz for Golden Records , with Mitch Miller and his chorus performing four of the songs from the film version.

Carney won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance as Harry Coombes, an elderly man going on the road with his pet cat, in Harry and Tonto.

It was presented to him at the 47th Academy Awards on April 8, by actress Glenda Jackson , with whom Carney co-starred in the comedy House Calls in Carney also won a Golden Globe award for his performance in Harry and Tonto.

In demand in Hollywood after that, Carney then appeared in W. In , he portrayed Harry Randall Truman , an year-old lodge owner in the semi-fictional account of events leading to the eruption of Mount St.

Helens in St. Although he retired in the late s, he returned in in a minor supporting role in Last Action Hero.

Carney was married three times to two women: Jean Myers, from to , to Barbara Isaac from December 21, until , and again to Jean Myers from until his death in He had three children from his first marriage to Jean: Eileen — , Brian born , and Paul — Carney died in his sleep of natural causes on November 9, , five days after his 85th birthday, in his home near Westbrook, Connecticut.

Jean Carney died nine years later on October 31, at the age of According to Carney, he was an alcoholic by his late teens. His first stage partner, comedian Ollie O'Toole, "would order gin and grapefruit juice for us in the morning and, gee, it was great.

To battle his addiction, which he said ran in the family, he tried psychotherapy and joined Alcoholics Anonymous. He finally found success with Antabuse and quit drinking during the filming of Harry and Tonto.

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He first found success in film as the leading character "Harry and Tonto" , as a lonely senior citizen who goes on cross-country journey with his pet cat.

His critical success in the role and winning an Academy Award helped revive his career. He was offered many new film roles, though few leading ones.

Among his better known film roles were the deranged preacher John Wesley Gore in "W. In the s, Carney was mostly reduced to minor roles again.

He is better remembered as the kind-hearted farmer Irv Manders in the horror film "Firestarter" and theatrical producer Bernard Crawford in the comedy-drama "The Muppets Take Manhattan" He mostly retired from acting by the late s.

Carney emerged from retirement to play the supporting role of Frank Slater in "Last Action Hero" Frank is depicted as the "favorite second cousin" of the film's protagonist Jack Slater played by Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Frank's death provides motivation for the revenge-seeking protagonist. Frank's final line in the film was "I'm outta here", and this was indeed Carney's last appearance in a film before his death.

Carney lived in retirement until He died in his sleep in November , in his home near Westbrook, Connecticut. His death was attributed to unspecified "natural causes".

He was years-old, and had reportedly managed to stay sober since he originally quit drinking c. Carney was survived by his wife Jean Myers, who died in October Carney was the grandfather of politician Devin Carney, who served in the Connecticut General Assembly.

Sign In. Edit Art Carney. Showing all 50 items. The show aired in the early s. He was a voice-over regular on the popular s radio series "Gangbusters", which featured weekly episodes based on actual crime incidents.

Each program ended with various descriptions of wanted criminals, many of whom were later arrested owing to avid listener participation.

The voice of Red Lantern on radio's "The Land of the Lost" was originally done by Junius Matthews , who did a great number of movies around that time.

This show overlapped with his schedule, so it was taken over by Art Carney. World War II veteran stationed in France as an infantryman.

Wounded in leg by shrapnel and was hospitalized for nine months. Won a talent contest in elementary school and another at A.

Davis High School, in Mount Vernon, from which he graduated in Had only a high school education, no formal training and never took an acting class.

A wound in the leg while serving as a World War II infantryman left one leg slightly shorter and gave Carney a noticeable limp for the rest of his life.

He was only 55 at the time but used makeup, grew a mustache, whitened his hair and stopped masking his limp. Suffered a nervous breakdown over the end of his year marriage to wife Jean owing to his addictions to alcohol, amphetamines and barbiturates.

After recovering fully in the s, he won not only an Academy Award but also his wife: They remarried. He talked his way into a job with the popular Horace Heidt Orchestra and went on the road for more than three years, doing impressions, novelty songs, and some announcing for Heidt's radio show "Pot o' Gold".

In , when the orchestra was asked to make a movie, Carney was handed a small role. He also specialized in dialects. New York: Facts on File, ISBN In a case of art no pun intended imitating life, the last words he ever spoke on-screen were his characters dying words: "I'm outta here Volume 7, , pages In playing the year-old Harry Coombes in Harry and Tonto , the year-old Carney convinced director Paul Mazursky by growing his own mustache, whitening his hair, wearing his own hearing aid and not trying to mask the limp he received from a World War II injury.

It was while appearing in "The Odd Couple" on Broadway that Carney suffered a nervous breakdown brought on by the failure of his twenty-five-year first marriage.

He was forced to leave the play and enter a sanitarium for nearly six months. Through his brother Jack, a musical booking agent, Carney landed his first show-business job in , as a mimic and novelty singer for Horace Heidt 's band.

Due to this association with Heidt, he made his unbilled film debut with Pot o' Gold as a band member and radio announcer.

The stamp was issued 11 August He appeared on The Henry Morgan Show in — He impersonated Franklin D. Eisenhower on Living In —51 he played Montague's father on The Magnificent Montague.

On both the radio and television versions of The Morey Amsterdam Show —50 , Carney's character Charlie the doorman became known for his catchphrase, "Ya know what I mean?

In , Jackie Gleason was starring in the New York—based comedy-variety series Cavalcade of Stars , and played many different characters.

Gleason's regular characters included Charlie Bratten, a lunchroom loudmouth who insisted on spoiling a neighboring patron's meal.

Carney, established in New York as a reliable actor, played Bratten's mild-mannered victim, Clem Finch.

Gleason and Carney developed a good working chemistry, and Gleason recruited Carney to appear in other sketches, including the domestic-comedy skits featuring The Honeymooners.

Carney gained lifelong fame for his portrayal of sewer worker Ed Norton , opposite Jackie Gleason 's bus driver, Ralph Kramden.

The success of these skits resulted in the famous situation comedy The Honeymooners , and the Honeymooners revivals that followed.

He was nominated for seven Emmy Awards and won six. Between his stints with Gleason, Carney worked steadily as a character actor and occasionally in musical-variety.

Carney also had his own NBC television variety show from to It combined an original story with a marionette presentation of Serge Prokofiev 's Peter and the Wolf.

Some of Prokofiev's other music was given lyrics written by Ogden Nash. The special was a success and was repeated twice.

Carney starred in a Christmas episode of The Twilight Zone , " The Night of the Meek ", playing a dramatic turn as an alcoholic department store Santa Claus who later becomes the real thing.

Broadway , starring Craig Stevens. In the season two opening episodes 35 and 36 of the Batman television series, titled "Shoot a Crooked Arrow" and "Walk the Straight and Narrow" , Carney performed as the newly introduced villain "The Archer".

The same year, he appeared as the father of Ringo Starr 's alter ego "Ognir Rrats" in the made for television special "Ringo". Among his final television roles were a series of commercials for Coca Cola in which he played a man enjoying a day out with his grandson played by actor Brian Bonsall, including a famous Christmas commercial based around the famous rockefeller tree in New York.

Carney recorded prolifically in the s for Columbia Records. Two of his hits were "The Song of the Sewer", sung in character as Norton, and "'Twas the Night Before Christmas", a spoken-word record in which Carney, accompanied only by a jazz drummer, recited the famous Yuletide poem in syncopation.

Some of Carney's recordings were comedy-novelty songs, but most were silly songs intended especially for children. He also narrated a version of The Wizard of Oz for Golden Records , with Mitch Miller and his chorus performing four of the songs from the film version.

Carney won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance as Harry Coombes, an elderly man going on the road with his pet cat, in Harry and Tonto.

It was presented to him at the 47th Academy Awards on April 8, by actress Glenda Jackson , with whom Carney co-starred in the comedy House Calls in Carney also won a Golden Globe award for his performance in Harry and Tonto.

In demand in Hollywood after that, Carney then appeared in W. In , he portrayed Harry Randall Truman , an year-old lodge owner in the semi-fictional account of events leading to the eruption of Mount St.

Helens in St. Although he retired in the late s, he returned in in a minor supporting role in Last Action Hero. Carney was married three times to two women: Jean Myers, from to , to Barbara Isaac from December 21, until , and again to Jean Myers from until his death in He had three children from his first marriage to Jean: Eileen — , Brian born , and Paul — Carney died in his sleep of natural causes on November 9, , five days after his 85th birthday, in his home near Westbrook, Connecticut.

Jean Carney died nine years later on October 31, at the age of According to Carney, he was an alcoholic by his late teens.

His first stage partner, comedian Ollie O'Toole, "would order gin and grapefruit juice for us in the morning and, gee, it was great.

To battle his addiction, which he said ran in the family, he tried psychotherapy and joined Alcoholics Anonymous. He finally found success with Antabuse and quit drinking during the filming of Harry and Tonto.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the football player, see Art Carney American football. American actor. Mount Vernon, New York , U.

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