All Rights Reserved, Meet 'Halloween' Star Jamie Lee Curtis' 2 Kids Annie and Thomas, Your Guide to 101 Classic TV Shows of the 1950s, Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Robin Roberts Gives Update on Amber Laign 1 Week After Father Died, Martin Lawrence Has 3 Kids He's Proud Of — Meet His Grown Daughters, Changing It Up! Although his early film roles mainly took advantage of his good looks, by the latter half of the 1950s he had demonstrated range and depth in numerous dramatic and comedy roles. Married to horse trainer Jill Vandenberg, they operated a nonprofit refuge for former race-horses while Tony honed his skills as a painter. (adapting Kenneth Anger's book series) in 1992–1993; each episode would include Curtis recalling some anecdotes from his own career. JOCKEY Ben Curtis astonished race fans as he was flung around the track like a rag doll in a sickening fall but miraculously managed to walk away. His parents were Hungarian-Jewish emigrants from Czechoslovakia and Hungary: his father was born in Ópályi, near Mátészalka, and his mother was a native of Nagymihály (now Michalovce, Slovakia); she later said she arrived in the U.S. from Válykó (now Vaľkovo, Slovakia). Neither was he hopeful of his chances of becoming a major star. He stated that his marriage with Leigh had effectively ended "a year earlier".  "I still make movies but I'm not that interested in them any more. PROVINCETOWN, Mass. It was a hit at the box office and Curtis was now established. Curtis and Leigh made one more film together Who Was That Lady? From the moment he arrived in Hollywood as an impossibly handsome young man, Tony knew how to be a charmer. He was an accomplished keyboard musician and artist. In 1994, a mural featuring his likeness, painted by the artist George Sportelli, was unveiled on the Sunset Boulevard overpass of the Hollywood Freeway Highway 101 in Los Angeles. “[Tony] was completely devastated and immobilized by it,” confides Barry Paris, co-author of 1993’s Tony Curtis: The Autobiography. Born: Benjamin Bowmar Curtis November 2, 1980 (age 40) Chattanooga, Tennessee. Five months before his death he rewrote his will, naming all his children and intentionally disinheriting them with no explanation, then leaving his entire estate to his wife.. Anthony Curtis was an American actor whose career spanned six decades, achieving the height of his popularity in the 1950s and early 1960s. Curtis is the father of actresses Jamie Lee Curtis and Kelly Curtis by his first wife, actress Janet Leigh..  In it, he describes his encounters with other Hollywood legends of the time including Frank Sinatra and James Dean, as well as his hard-knock childhood and path to success. Comedian and close friend Jerry Lewis was present as a witness.. The couple divorced in 1962, and the following year Curtis married Christine Kaufmann, the 18-year-old German co-star of his latest film, Taras Bulba. They were both frantic comedies, and displayed his impeccable comic timing. He had spent summers in Dennis since 1978. Jill and Tony Curtis at their home in Henderson, Nevada, on April 5, 2005. ", According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Curtis, who had a problem with alcoholism and drug abuse, went through the treatment center of the Betty Ford Clinic in the mid-1980s, which was successful for him. In the early 1960s, he was a voice-over guest star on The Flintstones as "Stoney Curtis".  His mother was later diagnosed with schizophrenia.  Response from the critics and public was excellent. The six-times-married star fathered six children, creating a big blended family. He then studied acting at The New School in Greenwich Village under the influential German stage director Erwin Piscator. , Curtis was married six times. Another star-maker, Kirk Douglas, was eager to work with him in The Vikings (1958). He is an actor and producer, known for Spy (2011), Echelon 8 (2009) and The Jack and Triumph Show (2015). “He would call me and leave me a message like, “Allegra, this is Dracula. However, when they chose to get married, studio executives spent three days trying to talk him out of it, telling him he would be "poisoning himself at the box office." “Tony admitted that.”. Ben Curtis was born on November 2, 1980 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA as Benjamin Bowmar Curtis.  He underwent heart bypass surgery in 1994, after suffering a heart attack. Lancaster asked for him again, to play scheming press agent Sidney Falco in Sweet Smell of Success (1957), starring and co-produced by Lancaster. '” laughs Allegra.  In fact, during the 1960s Curtis served as the president of the American 'I Quit Smoking' Club. Curtis had the lead in a TV series that did not last, McCoy (1975–76).  The part reinforced his reputation as a serious actor with his chilling portrayal of serial killer Albert DeSalvo. His work commands more than $25,000 a canvas now. Yet even as Tony grew up running with street gangs in the Bronx, he maintained his sensitivity and an artist’s eye for beauty. The film was a box office disappointment, but Curtis, for the first time in his career, received sensational reviews. She's the sexiest woman I've ever known.  His first wife was actress Janet Leigh, to whom he was married from 1951 to 1962, and with whom he fathered actresses Kelly and Jamie Lee. Curtis decided it was time to turn to television and co-starred with Roger Moore in the TV series The Persuaders!.  Curtis developed a heavy cocaine addiction in 1974 while filming Lepke, at a time when his stardom had declined considerably and he was being offered few film roles. (1969), an all-star car race film in the vein of The Great Race. We laugh a lot. He and Kaufman made their third movie together, the comedy Wild and Wonderful (1964). They divorced only a year later in 1994.  His widow Jill told the press that Curtis had suffered from various lung problems for years as a result of cigarette smoking, although he had quit smoking about 30 years earlier. I wasn't low man on the totem pole, I was under the totem pole, in a sewer, tied to a sack.. He later starred alongside Roger Moore in the ITC TV series The Persuaders!, with Curtis playing American millionaire Danny Wilde. “I think my dad’s greatest accomplishment is that he became a big star and was able to take care of his family,” says Allegra. On September 2, 1945, Curtis witnessed the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay from his ship's signal bridge about a mile away.. Later, Curtis co-starred as a casino owner in the Robert Urich 1978-1981 ABC series Vega$ and was in The Users (1978). The organization works for the restoration and preservation of synagogues and the 1300 Jewish cemeteries in Hungary and is dedicated to the 600,000 Jewish victims of the Holocaust in Hungary and lands occupied by the Hungarian Army. ", In 1994, his son Nicholas died of a heroin overdose at the age of 23. Nicholas Curtis also had a seizure about a month ago and was undergoing tests to determine the cause, Walsh said. On May 22, 2009, Curtis apologized to the BBC radio audience after he used three profanities in a six-minute interview with BBC presenter William Crawley. ... Yesenia and Ben join Curtis as he explores everything this area has to offer. The box office performances of these films were solid, and Curtis was growing in popularity. I realized that whatever I was, I wasn't enough for Janet. Curtis then co-starred with Frank Sinatra and Natalie Wood in Kings Go Forth (1958), a war story. Curtis' career spanned over six decades, starring in more than 100 films. He starred with Suzanne Pleshette in the comedy 40 Pounds of Trouble (1962), which was a mild hit. His final TV series was as host of the documentary-retrospective series "Hollywood Babylon" “I was 22 and didn’t know what I wanted to do with myself,” she says. Although his early film roles mainly took advantage of his … “I was his fourth daughter, so I think when I was born he was like, ‘Oh my God, another one! Curtis's uncredited screen debut came in Criss Cross (1949) playing a rumba dancer, dancing with Yvonne de Carlo. He returned to epics with Taras Bulba (1962), co starring Yul Brynner and Christine Kaufmann, who became Curtis' second wife. Jamie Lee Curtis is an American actress, author, and activist who is best known for her work in films such as Halloween (1978), The Fog (1980), Trading Places (1983), Blue Steel (1990), A Fish Called Wanda (1988), True Lies (1994), The Tailor of Panama (2001), Veronica Mars (2014), and Knives Out (2019). In response, Curtis and Leigh decided to defy the studio heads and instead eloped and were married by a local judge in Greenwich, Connecticut. Early in his career, Curtis joined several bands, playing with the Tommy Dorsey Band and later Shep Fields and His New Music. July 24, 2019 | by Pedro Marrero. There are 50 ways to please your lover. Anthony Curtis (born Bernard Schwartz; June 3, 1925 – September 29, 2010) was an American actor whose career spanned six decades, achieving the height of his popularity in the 1950s and early 1960s. His remains were interred at Palm Memorial Park Cemetery in Henderson, Nevada, on October 4, 2010. “My father was happiest when he was either performing on a movie set or alone in his art studio painting or creating his assemblage works,” Kelly says. For this story and more, pick up the latest issue of Closer magazine, on newsstands now. Curtis and Janet Leigh then made a popular comedy for Blake Edwards at Universal, The Perfect Furlough (1958).  He often collaborated with Edwards on later films. For a change of pace he did a musical, So This Is Paris (1955), then it was back to more typical fare: Six Bridges to Cross (1955), as a bank robber; The Purple Mask (1955), a swashbuckler; The Square Jungle (1955), a boxing film. ... Ben, 47, and Nicholas, who died tragically in … He could also be spotted in Francis (1950), Woman in Hiding (1950), and I Was a Shoplifter (1950). The largest synagogue in Europe today, it was originally built in 1859 and suffered damage during World War II. “I remember his cologne, Vetiver by Guerlain Paris, and his midnight blue velvet blazers,” she tells Closer. That hurt me a lot and broke my heart. “Ours was a deep bond.”.  His face is featured among the celebrities on the cover of the Sgt. A look at the life and the later years of film icon Tony Curtis. , In 2008, he was featured in the documentary The Jill & Tony Curtis Story about his efforts with his wife to rescue horses from slaughterhouses.. It was mildly popular, but The Defiant Ones (1958), was a bigger success. By …  "The age gap doesn't bother us. My body is functioning and everything is good. , During the 1971 filming of The Persuaders!, Curtis developed a reputation among his costars and crew as a frequent marijuana smoker. Curtis died at his Henderson home on September 29, 2010, of cardiac arrest. 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Under contract at Universal Pictures, he changed his name from Bernard Schwartz to Anthony Curtis and met unknown actors Rock Hudson, James Best, Julie Adams and Piper Laurie. Curtis was born in London and lived in Los Angeles before moving to Dennis in 1983. Curtis then gave what could arguably be called his best performance: three interrelated roles in the comedy Some Like It Hot (1959). He returned to comedy for Monte Carlo or Bust! Kaufmann resumed her career, which she had interrupted during her marriage. He had good roles in It Rained All Night the Day I Left (1980), Little Miss Marker (1980) and The Scarlett O'Hara War (1980) and was one of many stars in The Mirror Crack'd (1980). Early career. I don't use Viagra either.  Curtis and Kaufmann had two daughters, Alexandra (born July 19, 1964) and Allegra (born July 11, 1966). She won a BAFTA award in the category of ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for her … , Curtis enlisted in the United States Navy after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The mural was relocated to Hollywood Boulevard and Bronson Avenue in September 2011. His brother Robert was institutionalized with the same mental illness. Trivia (11) Auditioned for the role of John Connor in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003). He was one of the villains in The Count of Monte Cristo (1975) and had the title role in the gangster film Lepke (1975). He made some comic adventure tales: You Can't Win 'Em All (1970) with Charles Bronson and Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came (1970). Another two daughters, Alexandra, 56, and Allegra, 54, joined the family after he wed German actress Christine Kaufmann. While still at college, Curtis was discovered by Joyce Selznick, the notable talent agent, casting director, and niece of film producer David O. Selznick. Born Bernard Schwartz to Hungarian Jewish immigrants in New York, the future actor knew deprivation and experienced violence at the hands of his schizophrenic mother. It was followed by the publication of his next book, The Making of Some Like it Hot: My Memories of Marilyn Monroe and the Classic American Movie (2009). , Beginning in 1990, Curtis and his daughter Jamie Lee Curtis took a renewed interest in their family's Hungarian Jewish heritage, and helped finance the rebuilding of the Great Synagogue in Budapest, Hungary. ... Curtis' Tony Carroll-trained 7 … Curtis then teamed up with then-wife Janet Leigh in Houdini (1953), in which Curtis played the title role. In 1965, Tony Curtis was animated in an episode of The Flintstones; he also voiced his character Stoney Curtis. Curtis was sleeping at a friend's house when he had the seizure on Saturday, said Jennifer Walsh, a secretary for Tony Curtis. Once he became a father, Tony felt his role was to provide. Inspired by Cary Grant's role in Destination Tokyo and Tyrone Power's in Crash Dive (1943), he joined the Pacific submarine force. In his autobiography, Curtis described how by chance he met Jack Warner on the plane to California, and also how he briefly dated Marilyn Monroe before either was famous. Tony holds the couple's two Yorkshire terriers, Daphne and Josephine.  His father was a tailor and the family lived in the back of the shop—his parents in one corner and Curtis and his brothers Julius and Robert in another. Curtis supported Mae West in Sextette (1978) and starred in The Manitou (1978), a horror film, and The Bad News Bears Go to Japan (1978), a comedy. That was followed by Blake Edwards’s Operation Petticoat (1959) with Cary Grant. At 16, he had his first small acting part in a school stage play. Two years later, in 1984, Curtis married Andrea Savio; they divorced in 1992..  The first name was from the novel Anthony Adverse and "Curtis" was from Kurtz, a surname in his mother's family. Curtis made a Western, The Rawhide Years (1957), was a gambler in Mister Cory (1957) and a cop in The Midnight Story (1957). Thomson called it an "outrageous film," and an American Film Institute survey voted it the funniest American film ever made. Prince William Receives New Title From Queen Elizabeth, Prince William's New Royal Title 'Hit a Nerve' With Prince Harry, Janet Jackson Walks the Red Carpet in Look Inspired By the 1920s, Gwen Stefani Reveals the One Thing She Wants at Wedding to Blake Shelton, True Happiness! “He was one of the funniest people ever,” Allegra Curtis exclusively confides to Closer magazine in the latest issue, on newsstands now. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Tony Curtis (3 Jun 1925–29 Sep 2010), Find a Grave Memorial no. Janet Leigh also starred, and the resulting movie was a box office hit. The actor finally got the sons he craved during his third marriage to The Last Tycoon actress Leslie Allen: Ben, 47, and Nicholas, who died tragically in 1994 at age 23. In 1945, he signed a contract with Columbia Pictures to star in various musical Westerns, playing the romantic lead in most of his films. On television, he continued to make occasional guest appearances (sometimes playing fictional versions of himself) into the mid-2000s.  Curtis served aboard a submarine tender, the USS Proteus, until the end of the Second World War.  Investor Kirk Kerkorian, actor Kirk Douglas, and singer Phyllis McGuire were among the honorary pallbearers. This established Tony as a Hollywood icon. Though his absences from his children’s lives were frequent, Tony tried to pass on the self-determination he had used to get ahead in Hollywood. Star on the Walk of Fame–Motion Picture 6817 Hollywood Blvd. “I know he loved me and my sisters and brothers deeply and we loved him with our hearts and souls,” Kelly says.  Curtis also helped promote Hungary's national image in commercials..  The film co-starred Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe, and was directed by Billy Wilder. How long is your neck?”, His eldest daughter, Kelly Curtis, also has strong sentimental memories of her famous father.  In a release to the Associated Press, his daughter, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, stated: My father leaves behind a legacy of great performances in movies and in his paintings and assemblages. He was in three Westerns, Sierra (1950), starring Audie Murphy, one of many names he worked with (including fellow Universal contractee, Rock Hudson), Winchester '73 (1950), starring James Stewart and Shelley Winters, and Kansas Raiders (1951), in which he supported Murphy again, playing Kit Dalton and billed as "Tony Curtis.". The following year he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in The Defiant Ones (1958) alongside Sidney Poitier (who was also nominated in the same category). On April 20, 1968, Curtis married Leslie Allen, with whom he had two sons: Nicholas Bernard (December 31, 1970 – July 2, 1994) and Benjamin Curtis (born May 2, 1973). He achieved his first serious recognition as a dramatic actor in Sweet Smell of Success (1957) with co-star Burt Lancaster. His sixth and last wife, Jill Vandenberg, was 45 years his junior. Throughout his life, Curtis enjoyed painting and, beginning in the early 1980s, painted as a second career. Following his discharge from the Navy, Curtis attended City College of New York on the G.I. 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In 1994, Curtis lost one of his children, son Nicholas Curtis, who passed away at the age of 23. 50s heartthrob Tony Curtis was the father of six children, the result of his 6 marriages, among them movie star Jamie Lee Curtis. Actor Tony Curtis always enjoyed making his daughters laugh, even when they were on opposite sides of the world. It was a huge hit and earned Curtis a Golden Globe nomination. ", The studio he was under contract with, Universal-International, generally stayed out of their stars' love lives. They threatened "banishment" back to the Bronx and the end of his budding career. Months after the passing of classic Hollywood actor Tony Curtis … It was a huge success and became a classic; equally popular was Operation Petticoat (1959), a military comedy which Curtis made for Edwards alongside Cary Grant. “If I needed anything or I just wanted to talk, he usually made himself available,” Allegra says, remembering how Tony invited her to join him in Hawaii when he lived in the Aloha State during the mid-1980s. Four years later, Julius was struck and killed by a truck. Curtis explained that he thought the interview was being taped, when it was in fact live.  He had four lines in The Lady Gambles (1949) and a bigger part in Johnny Stool Pigeon (1949). Curtis was one of many stars who had small roles in The List of Adrian Messenger (1963). The male star was Burt Lancaster who would make a number of films with Curtis. He acted in more than 100 films in roles covering a wide range of genres, from light comedy to serious drama. 59410614, citing Palm Memorial Park, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave . Curtis and friends travel to Australia, Italy, Spain and California. Tony Curtis A year after the famed actor’s death, The Tony Curtis Estate held an auction to sell off memorabilia and other items owned by the actor. “He was the one who taught me that it’s OK if men cry.”. “He went through what we call his ‘Italian count’ phase.”. Closer Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. “If he had one sort of failing, I suppose it was with women,” Peter Golenbock, co-author of Tony’s 2008 memoir American Prince, tells Closer, explaining that once children entered Tony’s marriages, he would start to wander. In his later years, Curtis made numerous television appearances. Curtis joined a neighborhood gang whose main crimes were playing truant from school and minor pilfering at the local dime store. When Curtis was eight, he and his brother Julius were placed in an orphanage for a month because their parents could not afford to feed them.  A street is named after him in the Sun City Anthem development of his adopted hometown, Henderson, Nevada. In the last years of his life, he concentrated on painting rather than movies.  He spoke only Hungarian until the age of six, delaying his schooling. At one point, he and a brother were handed over to the state because his parents couldn’t feed them. In his earliest parts he acted in a string of mediocre films, including swashbucklers, westerns, light comedies, sports films and a musical. Other names: Dell Dude: Occupation: Actor: Years active: 1999-present: Benjamin Bowmar Curtis (born November 2, 1980) is an American actor who became known as the Dell Dude in a series of commercials for Dell Computers between 2000 and 2003. He used his good looks, magnetism and prodigious talent to quickly become one of the most bankable actors of the 1950s and 1960s, starring in dramas (Sweet Smell of Success), comedies (Some Like It Hot) and epics (Spartacus). Curtis gave an Oscar-nominated performance as a bigoted white escaped convict chained to a black man, Sidney Poitier. “He worshipped his father and loved his mother, but I don’t believe he ever felt taken care of by his parents,” explains Kelly. When Curtis died in 2010, they discovered that the actor had cut all five of his surviving children out of his will. Ben Curtis. Bill. For a number of years Curtis was voted by exhibitors in an annual poll from Quigley Publishing as among the top stars in the United States: On My Way to the Crusades, I Met a Girl Who... Sony Ericsson Empire Lifetime Achievement Award, How to Smuggle a Hernia Across the Border, Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies, A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Grimacing Governor, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Special, Sitges Catalonian International Film Festival, Distinguished Hollywood Film Artist Award. He attended Seward Park High School. Curtis then made two biopics: The Great Impostor (1961), directed by Robert Mulligan, playing Ferdinand Waldo Demara; and The Outsider (1961), in which he played war hero Ira Hayes. 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Curtis was receiving numerous fan letters, so Universal awarded him the starring role in The Prince Who Was a Thief (1951), a swashbuckler set in the Middle East with Piper Laurie. “So he took me in and I went to college. 1995-03-30 04:00:00 PDT Boston-- Two men were in custody yesterday and police were searching for one more on charges related to the death in July on Cape Cod of musician Nicolas Curtis… Can you make me look like an icon just one more time? His stardom and film career declined considerably after 1960. After his son's death, Curtis remarked that it was "a terrible thing when a father loses his son. From Vanity Fair, June 2005. (1963) and had an uncredited dual role in Paris When It Sizzles (1964). Curtis also took on the role of the Ukrainian Cossack Andrei in historical action romance epic Taras Bulba in which the lead character was played by Yul Bryner in 1962. In his later years, Curtis made numerous television appearances. The couple divorced in 1982. Reason for Tony Curtis Reportedly Cutting Jamie Lee and 4 Other Children out of His Will.
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