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'''G'''''ene Hackman'' performed the voice of [[General Mandible]] in ''[[Antz]]''. In a career that spanned more than six decades, Hackman was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning Best Actor in ''The French Connection'' and Best Supporting Actor in ''Unforgiven''. He won four Golden Globes, one SAG Award and two BAFTAs.
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|name = Gene Hackman
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|image = 432px-GeneHackmanJun08.jpg
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|born = Eugene Allen Hackman<br>January 30, 1930 (age 89)<br>San Bernardino, California, U. S.
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|occupation(s) = Actor, novelist
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|years active = 1956-2017
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|spouse = Faye Maltese (1956-1986) (divorced)<br>Betsy Arakawa (m. 1991)
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|children = 3
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|notable works = [[Antz]]
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'''Eugene Allen "Gene" Hackman'' performed the voice of [[General Mandible]] in ''[[Antz]]''. In a career that spanned more than six decades, Hackman was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning Best Actor in ''The French Connection'' and Best Supporting Actor in ''Unforgiven''. He won four Golden Globes, one SAG Award and two BAFTAs.
   
 
He first came to fame in 1967 with his performance as Buck Barrow in ''Bonnie and Clyde'', when he received his first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. His major subsequent films include: ''I Never Sang for My Father'' (1970), when he received his second Best Supporting Actor nomination; ''The French Connection'' (1971) for which he was awarded the Oscar for Best Actor and ''French Connection II'' (1975), when he played Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle; ''The Poseidon Adventure'' (1972); ''The Conversation'' (1974); ''Superman: The Movie'' (1978), when he played arch-villain Lex Luthor; ''Hoosiers'' (1986); and ''Mississippi Burning'' (1988), when he received his second Best Actor nomination.
 
He first came to fame in 1967 with his performance as Buck Barrow in ''Bonnie and Clyde'', when he received his first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. His major subsequent films include: ''I Never Sang for My Father'' (1970), when he received his second Best Supporting Actor nomination; ''The French Connection'' (1971) for which he was awarded the Oscar for Best Actor and ''French Connection II'' (1975), when he played Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle; ''The Poseidon Adventure'' (1972); ''The Conversation'' (1974); ''Superman: The Movie'' (1978), when he played arch-villain Lex Luthor; ''Hoosiers'' (1986); and ''Mississippi Burning'' (1988), when he received his second Best Actor nomination.
   
His film roles during the 1990s featured: ''Unforgiven'' (1992); ''The Firm'' (1993); ''The Quick and the Dead''; ''Crimson Tide'' (1995); ''Get Shorty'' (1995); ''The Birdcage'' (1996); and ''Enemy of the State'' (1998) Later roles included: ''Behind Enemy Lines'' (2001); and ''The Royal Tenenbaums'' (2001). Hackman's final film appearance to date was the romantic comedy film ''Welcome to Mooseport'' in 2004.'''<nowiki/>'''{{Template:Infobox Real Person||name = Gene Hackman
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His film roles during the 1990s featured: ''Unforgiven'' (1992); ''The Firm'' (1993); ''The Quick and the Dead''; ''Crimson Tide'' (1995); ''Get Shorty'' (1995); ''The Birdcage'' (1996); and ''Enemy of the State'' (1998) Later roles included: ''Behind Enemy Lines'' (2001); and ''The Royal Tenenbaums'' (2001). Hackman's final film appearance to date was the romantic comedy film ''Welcome to Mooseport'' in 2004.'''<nowiki/>
|born = January 30th 1930 (age 89)
 
San Bernardino CA
 
|occupation(s) = Actor and Novelist
 
|years active = 1956-2004 (retired)
 
|spouse = Faye Maltese 1956-1986 (divorced)
 
 
Betsy Arakawa 1991-present
 
|children = Christopher Hackman
 
 
Leslie Hackman
 
 
Elizabeth Hackman
 
||notable works = [[Antz]], Bat 21, The Birdcage, Welcome to Mooseport|image = 432px-GeneHackmanJun08.jpg}}
 
   
 
== DreamWorks Roles ==
 
== DreamWorks Roles ==

Revision as of 18:10, November 18, 2019

'Eugene Allen "Gene" Hackman performed the voice of General Mandible in Antz. In a career that spanned more than six decades, Hackman was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning Best Actor in The French Connection and Best Supporting Actor in Unforgiven. He won four Golden Globes, one SAG Award and two BAFTAs.

He first came to fame in 1967 with his performance as Buck Barrow in Bonnie and Clyde, when he received his first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. His major subsequent films include: I Never Sang for My Father (1970), when he received his second Best Supporting Actor nomination; The French Connection (1971) for which he was awarded the Oscar for Best Actor and French Connection II (1975), when he played Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle; The Poseidon Adventure (1972); The Conversation (1974); Superman: The Movie (1978), when he played arch-villain Lex Luthor; Hoosiers (1986); and Mississippi Burning (1988), when he received his second Best Actor nomination.

His film roles during the 1990s featured: Unforgiven (1992); The Firm (1993); The Quick and the DeadCrimson Tide (1995); Get Shorty (1995); The Birdcage (1996); and Enemy of the State (1998) Later roles included: Behind Enemy Lines (2001); and The Royal Tenenbaums (2001). Hackman's final film appearance to date was the romantic comedy film Welcome to Mooseport in 2004.

DreamWorks Roles

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