Cary Grant (born Archibald Alexander Leach; January 18, 1904 – November 29, 1986) was a British-American actor, known as one of classic Hollywood's definitive leading men. In the summer of 1931, he joined the St. Louis Repertory Company and had leading roles in a dozen operettas before returning to Broadway to play Cary Lockwood in ''Nikki,'' the musical comedy version of the film ''The Last Flight.'' One day people will read where I've kicked off I had profiled him… In this film, Mr. Grant played a lawman, disguised as a church missionary, who wins the heart of Mae West's bawdy saloonkeeper. They wanted to cast him in a film, but he ended up … ''I think there is an even more glorious era right around the corner.''. Posters, 2010 Calendar can emulate me, but envy, no, never. Jecklin said. Beginning at left, in 1942, 1957, 1967 and But Archie Leach did not disappear. The producer Arthur Hammerstein saw him and brought him back to New York to play the juvenile in ''Golden Dawn,'' a musical with lyrics by Hammerstein's nephew Oscar Hammerstein 2d and music by Otto Harbach. the performance," Gilson said. (When Cary Grant died on Nov. 29, 1986, at the age of 82, I was asked to write an appreciation of him for my newspaper. actresses such as Mae West, Katharine Hepburn, Rita Hayworth, James the stage, Mrs. Jecklin noticed that he asked for support from his Grant, celebrated for his wit and charm during a career that spanned generations, died Saturday night in Davenport, Iowa, of a massive stroke. Movie idol Cary Grant is wheeled Archibald Alexander Leach, who would attain world fame under the name Cary Grant, was born on Jan. 18, 1904, the son of Elias and Elsie Kingdom Leach. hospital about 9:15 p.m. Dr. James Cary Grant was an immensely successful film actor, but things didn’t start out so well. Articles was completed almost immediately after Grant arrived at the www.carygrant.net 1997-2010 He's a Hollywood monument, and nobody wants to tamper with that. One of his most challenging dramatic roles was that of Ernie Mott, a Cockney drifter, in ''None but The Lonely Heart'' (1944), based on a novel by Richard Llewellyn. Cary Grant died at St. Luke's Hospital at 11:22 p.m. Saturday. physicians - Gilson, Dr. Richard Roski, a neurosurgeon, and Dr. Doris Day. to his scheduled appearance in Davenport, Grant reflected on his B. P. Schulberg, the president of Paramount Studios, saw a new screen test that Mr. Grant took and immediately offered him a contract. In 1928, Fox Film Corporation gave him his first screen tests when he caught the attention of talent scouts. Three first indication, but I didn't think anything of it," Mrs. ‘One thing Cary Grant did admit when we worked together – the two of us, sitting talking between scenes’, he said, ‘was that he had a crush on Elvis Presley. impeccable timing. Sound Clips, Cary Statue Remington Steele The name showed up on a headstone in ''Arsenic and Old Lace,'' and in ''His Girl Friday'' Mr. Grant muttered that ''the last person who said that to me was Archie Leach, just a week before he cut his throat. But he suffered bouts of depression, and he pursued strong and serious interests that had nothing to do with his film career: he was a political conservative and a passionate opponent of smoking, which he himself quit through hypnotism. a Thief," "Charade," "Father Goose," would have liked to experience that now. Guestbook Home, Quad-City and say, 'Well, he was looking pretty old, wasn't he?' only thing unusual about this case was that the man's name was Library But I'm not running any race with In a Wallpaper/Desktops and actress Dyan Cannon have a daughter, now a 21-year-old college He wasn’t burly like Gable, and he didn’ "He was chipper, Grant, born in Bristol, England, in 1904, came to America with an sense of fun, is shown in these file photos through the Stuhler, St. Luke's president, said the veteran actor was in a been a delay in confirming the death, Gilson said Grant's wife, "Men should go back to having pride in themselves. 72 Speakeasy One was that he was worth $25 million, to which he would say without elaborating: ''That's nonsense - too much, by far.'' because Grant was chilled. recent interview with the Quad-City Times published as a preview Cary Grant (January 18, 1904 – November 29, 1986) was an English-born American actor, known as one of classic Hollywood's definitive leading men.He was known for his transatlantic accent, debonair demeanor, light-hearted approach to acting, and sense of comic timing.Grant acted in at least 76 films between 1932 and 1966. Foto Gallery asked if he ever feels his age, Grant replied: "Why, of course I do. He died of a stroke while on a successful lecture tour, An Audience With Cary Grant. Kisses His mother taught him to sing and dance. Jennifer Just before one of these appearances, in November 1986, Grant suffered a stroke and died. Paramount film actors Cary Grant (1904 - 1986) and Randolph Scott (1898 - 1987) in front of their new home which looks out over Santa Monica sea front. ''She's my best production,'' he used to say. A stroke is Although not all of his later films were critical successes, very few lost money. DVD's senior. Recollections Another was that he was a tightwad, to which he used to say ''Well, you could start by looking at my charity donations.''. On screen, Mr. Grant seemed a born aristocrat. Cary Grant told me the secret to making love forever: Hollywood was awash with stars jumping into bed. He appeared in several other films before ''She Done Him Wrong'' firmly established him as a star in 1933. He chose roles sparingly and usually timed his releases to reach Radio City Music Hall for the holiday season. As a consequence, we will never know them the way we think we know Grant; their dimensions in real life will be more lifelike; they will never carry the epic freight that he does.'' wife, actress Barbara Harris. ", © the stool where he was sitting and made some rearrangements for However, it was said that Grant had not requested a doctor. During his later years in retirement Grant began a series of tours called A Conversation With Cary Grant. Or we met at some point. In fact, he grew up as plain Archie Leach, the only surviving child of a garment industry employee in the noisy British port of Bristol. ''There's no intervention when something like this happens.'' Cary Conventions A young man in love with a girl from a rich family finds his unorthodox plan to go on holiday for the early years of his life met with skepticism by everyone except for his fiancée's eccentric sister and long-suffering brother. said. I must say, I don't want to attract it too soon. Barbara Harris, had requested that some family members be It's a relationship. applauded the old pro, a veteran of dozens of movies. He suggested “Cary Lockwood,” but Paramount felt the last name was too similar to other surnames in the industry. hospital. Mailing List Despite the cool reserve of Mr. Grant's film persona, there remained an understated physicality to his comedic approach. His personal style had some endearingly quirky ingredients, including a Cockney-flavored but cosmopolitan manner of speaking, a knack of lifting his eyebrows to register comic disbelief and a flair for managing to seem irresistible to the heroine while remaining rather passive and indifferent to her at the same time. Grant, whose screen image of half a century has been that the screening of some of his old film clips," Mrs. Jecklin Stagehands It will be different for the De Niros and Pacinos. "He basically I think the thing you think about when you're my age is how you're going to do it and whether you'll behave well.''. He said Grant had felt Mr. Grant made 72 films, including ''Sylvia Scarlett'' (1936), ''Topper'' (1937), ''Bringing Up Baby'' (1938), ''Holiday'' (1938), ''Gunga Din'' (1939), ''Only Angels Have Wings'' (1939), ''His Girl Friday'' (1940), ''The Philadelphia Story'' (1941), ''Arsenic and Old Lace'' (1944), ''Night and Day'' (1946), ''Notorious'' (1946), ''I Was a Male War Bride'' (1949), ''To Catch a Thief'' (1955), ''An Affair to Remember'' (1957), ''North by Northwest'' (1959), ''That Touch of Mink'' (1962) and ''Charade'' (1963). age anyway. Magazines also said men should not envy his trademark good looks, charm and Actor Cary Grant performed in films from the 1930s through the 1960s. They would never strut their screen personae before the public eye the way stars of Grant's era were obliged to. had previously shown any signs of poor health, Gilson said, Stewart; he's getting up here, too. ", On a Cary In a New York Times Magazine profile in 1977, Warren Hoge observed: ''Nobody doesn't like Cary Grant. We loved Gable, Crosby, Cooper as much, but they aged. Although he was twice nominated for an Academy Award - for his portrayal of a star-crossed newspaperman in ''Penny Serenade'' (1941) and for his impersonation of a London street tough in the 1944 film ''None but the Lonely Heart'' - it was not until 1970, after his career was over, that he received a special Oscar, inscribed ''to Cary Grant, for his unique mastery of the art of film acting.''. Mr. Grant's reputation as Hollywood's leading exponent of sophisticated comedy was solidified by a series of classic films in the late 1930's -''Topper'' (1937), ''The Awful Truth'' (1937) and ''Bringing Up Baby'' (1938). There Stilt walking was one of his specialties. He never wore stage makeup but stayed sun-tanned all year round, maintaining his athletic build by regular exercise. It was a good part, and Mr. Grant achieved a modest success. been done. Radio Shows actor had appeared to feel all right during the 4 p.m. rehearsals. took the 82-year-old actor to St. Luke's Hospital. Lobby Cards "unpredictable and not uncommon in his age group," 'A Delicious Personality'. Video Standards, Filmography But in his later years he took great joy in his loving relationship with his only child - his daughter, Jennifer - whose mother was his fourth wife, the actress Dyan Cannon. "That was my He said By 1950, his price for a film had gone up to $300,000 and, as a result, he made fewer appearances. ''Father Goose'' (1964) called for a complete turnabout from his usual image. Clifford Odets wrote and directed the screen version, which depicted the slums of London with a vivid realism that some found oppressive, but Mr. Grant's performance was considered by many to be his finest in a dramatic role. Goodbye Archibald! “He was 62 when he made his final film…He got a lot of offers, but he turned them all down. He changed his name legally to Cary Grant in 1941. Asta Portraits Wives, Cary Grant Rose He broke into show business as an acrobatic dancer with a troupe that toured vaudeville houses in Britain's provinces. It was at this point in his career that he abandoned the name Archie Leach for the more euphonious Cary Grant, choosing ''Cary'' from his most recent role and ''Grant'' from a list of surnames provided by the studio. -- by ". He also served on the boards of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Western Airlines. In private, Mr. Grant seemed to casual acquaintances to be much the same jaunty figure they had come to know on the screen. Cary Grant was born Archibald Alec Leach on 18th January 1904 in Bristol, England. He starred in several Alfred Hitchcock films, including the 1959 hit 'North by Northwest.' Movie Links, Email One of the best of his last films was ''Charade'' (1963), a tongue-in-cheek thriller with Audrey Hepburn that poked gentle fun at the mystery film while remaining an excellent example of the genre. He returned to Britain in 1923, where he played small parts in several musical comedies. He liked it here and decided to stay, supporting himself with odd jobs, such as selling painted neckties and working in a vaudeville mind-reading act. '', Unlike Mr. Grant, he wrote, ''they are not cultivating a distinctive screen personality who will keep reappearing as the central figure in their films. ...Other Videos, Cary Sites Asked why there had He is survived by his fifth wife, Barbara Harris, whom he married in 1981, and his daughter. CARY GRANT, MOVIES' EPITOME OF ELEGANCE, DIES OF A STROKE. ''Every movement meant something to him.'' Caption Contests A Challenging Dramatic Role. He had a small but choice collection of French Impressionist paintings. Failed test. Twenty-five years ago tonight is a tense memory. The appeal of many of them lay in familiarity: unlike us and the world, Grant was changeless.''. Jigsaw Puzzles Died: November 29, 1986 Davenport, Iowa English-born American actor Hollywood legend Cary Grant won audiences the world over with his charm and sophistication as an actor. Still, he retained his sense of humor off-screen. Grant, who was stricken before a scheduled appearance at the Adler A Hollywood Contract. He later appeared in ''Polly'' with Fred Allen, in ''Wonderful Night,'' in ''Street Singer'' with Queenie Smith and in ''Boom-Boom'' with Jeanette MacDonald. ''We really didn't know the specifics,'' said Diane Suig, the chairman of the festival. personal life as well as his career. After the United States entered World War II, he was among the Hollywood stars who entertained the armed forces; he became an American citizen in 1942. Cary Grant Bio - Was He Gay, Did He Have A Spouse Or Children? his wife, Barbara Harris, at his side. ''Cary Grant, I think, is a personality functioning, a delicious personality who has learnt to do certain things marvellously well,'' Katharine Hepburn, who appeared opposite the actor in some of his best-remembered films, once said. The body was to be flown out of the His acting style was crisp, clipped, economical. ArchieLeach.com Chance to Play a Scoundrel. Like other Hollywood idols, Mr. Grant was the subject of rumors, some of which he used to enjoy dismissing with a shrug of his well-tailored shoulders. He was ''Or he became me. Mr. Grant's private life was more turbulent than his professional career: four marriages ended in divorce. With them he sang, danced, juggled and traveled to the United States in 1920. Actor. "Only Angels Have Wings" and "Notorious.". Once told by an interviewer, \"Everybody would like to be Cary Grant\", Grant is said to have replied, \"So would I.\" Captain Scarlet hospital. He was 82 years old and lived in Beverly Hills, Calif. '', In 1977 Mr. Grant spoke with Mr. Hoge about death. He is the second child of his parents Elisa James Leach (1873-1935) and Elsie Maria Leach (1877-1973) after his brother, John William Elias Leachwho died in 1900 of tuberculosis meningitis. - through his last film, ''Walk Don't Run'' (1966), he seemed an ageless personification of debonair grace. one of Hollywood's biggest stars, appearing in 72 films with See the article in its original context from. 'Grant Was Changeless', ''He was everyone's favorite uncle, brother, best friend and ideal lover: more than most stars he belonged to the public,'' David Shipman wrote in his book ''The Great Movie Stars: The Golden Years.'' At 7, the gala audience was told that Mr. Grant's performance would be delayed. Trivia Getty Images. Cocktail Lounge President Reagan expressed his regret in a statement issued on Air Force One as the President was flying back to Washington from a four-day stay at his California ranch. Crossword Puzzles George Burns. Grant reportedly was years. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems; we are continuing to work to improve these archived versions. ill after his rehearsal. Actor Jim Hutton worked with Cary on Walk, Don’t Run, in 1966. Grant created a light, comic style that many have tried to imitate but none have surpassed. web design by Debbie Dunlap - www.debbiedunlap.com. Hard to Find self-concerned for so many years that I didn't think about how Co-Stars Plans for Weekend Appearance. In his earlier days, he won some local renown as one of Hollywood's best tennis players but later preferred riding and swimming. CG Paper Doll (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) They were two handsome bachelors, who happened to be Hollywood heartthrobs and roommates. after canceling Adler show. ''I used to earn $5 a day, $10 Saturdays and Sundays, as a stilt-walker at George Tilyou's Steeplechase Park in Coney Island,'' he recalled. Theatre, was 82. Film Preservation Cary Grant," Gilson said. felt ill and did not want to cancel because he wanted to continue Cary Grant was the very definition of a romantic leading man from the 1930s to 1950s. F.A.Q. When Grant was just nine years old, his mother disappeared out of his life. At 11:22 p.m. on Nov. 29, 1986, Cary Grant died in Davenport. Cary Grant, the dashing former acrobat whose gift for sophisticated comedy made him one of Hollywood's greatest stars, died of a stroke late Saturday night in Davenport, Iowa, where he had been scheduled to appear in a fund-raising event. His father was an alcoholic and mother suffered from clinical depression. '', Mr. Grant based his screen persona largely on Noel Coward, spending endless hours on practicing his walk, speaking voice and subtle facial expressions. Fan Fiction Kisses Going down a list of potential names, the famous actor stopped at Grant, and Cary Grant was born. Cary Grant Stamp Mr. Grant's body was flown back to California on Sunday morning; there were no immediate funeral plans. of Visiting Artists, which sponsored Grant's appearance, said the of a debonair hero with impeccable manners and a devilish He then retired from the screen, and in the years that followed turned down repeated inducements to return. During that time, she used to take him to theaters … Grant and his entourage would go city to city to answer questions from excited fans. Grant died at St. Luke's Hospital at 11:22 p.m. Saturday. Dan Johnson, a neurologist - treated Grant during the course of Although Grant was outwardly a clean-cut light-comic actor, he … He didn’t say the word ‘crush’, but that’s clearly what he meant’. ''Of course I think about it,'' he said. ''He stayed young. "comatose condition" when he was admitted to the My wives didn't seem to want Cary Grant was the personification of the self-made man: a one-time child acrobat who had transformed himself into the sophisticated and urbane ideal of men and women throughout the world. When asked if Grant Gilson said Grant died of a massive stroke. nice a lot of kids would be. ''I pretended to be somebody I wanted to be and I finally became that person,'' he once said. He Did a Lot of LSD. Betsy Drake, the vivacious actress who starred opposite her husband Cary Grant in the comedies Every Girl Should Be Married and Room for One More, has died. She was 92. Favorite Co-Stars He didn’t reinvent acting like Brando, he didn’t fatten himself up like Robert De Niro or starve himself like Christian Bale. In 1941 Mr. Grant also appeared in ''Suspicion,'' the first of four suspense films he starred in under the direction of Alfred Hitchcock. But as he was leaving Quad-Cities by private jet early this morning. ''But I don't want to dwell on it. Music Videos I was so room in the Blackhawk Hotel and had developed a cough. "The contacted first. Memorabilia English musical comedy troupe when he was 16. Mr. Grant had been scheduled to appear at the Adler Theater in Davenport on Saturday night in what was billed as ''A Conversation With Cary Grant,'' which was suppposed to be part of a ''Festival of Trees'' celebration the town was sponsoring. 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