|Birthname||James Maitland Stewart|
|born on||20 May 1908 at 07:15 (= 07:15 AM )|
|Place||Indiana, Pennsylvania, 40n37, 79w09|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||29°03' 25°50 Asc. 03°47'|
American famous and beloved star and actor of TV and film, with a multitude of achievements. Stewart received five Oscar nominations and achieved the Oscar for Best Actor in 1940 with the film "The Philadelphia Story." He won the New York Film Critics Best Actor Award for the three films, "It's A Wonderful Life" released in 1946, "You Can't Take It With You" in 1938 and "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington."
With a career spanning 60 years, Stewart was a major Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract player who was known for his distinctive drawl and down-to-earth persona, which helped him often portray American middle-class men struggling in crisis. Many of the films in which he starred have become enduring classics.
His roles diversified with maturity to portray detectives, western heroes and the occasional absentminded character that he originally started. Stewart had two TV series, the comedy, "The James Stewart Show" 1971-1972 and the drama series, "Hawkins" 1973-1974. He was honored for "Life Achievement" by the American Film Institute in 1980, by the Kennedy Center in 1983 and by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in 1990.
During the 1985 Oscar Ceremony he was honored with a special Academy Award of "50 years of meaningful performances, for his high ideals, both on and off the screen, with respect and affection of his colleagues." Also in 1985 he achieved the Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor available. He was active in conservative groups on political and economic issues as well.
Stewart graduated from Princeton in 1932 with a degree in architecture and joined the group of actors at the University Players in Falmouth, MA. Becoming acquainted with Henry Fonda and Margaret Sullavan, he moved with them to Hollywood and roomed with Henry Fonda for a short time.
During WW II, Stewart flew missions over Germany as a bomber pilot, rising to the rank of Colonel until his retirement from the service in 1968 as a Brigadier General. He married Gloria at the age of 41 and they had an exemplary marriage with four children. Gloria passed away in 1994.
Stewart died on 2 July 1997 in Beverly Hills, California, after two years of declining health. He was 89.
- associate relationship with Colbert, Claudette (born 13 September 1903). Notes: co-starring in "It's a Wonderful World"
- associate relationship with Grant, Cary (born 18 January 1904). Notes: Co-stars in 1940 film "The Philadelphia Story"
- associate relationship with Hepburn, Katharine (born 12 May 1907). Notes: Co-stars in 1940 film "The Philadelphia Story"
- associate relationship with Hitchcock, Alfred (born 13 August 1899). Notes: Four films
- associate relationship with Kelly, Grace (born 12 November 1929). Notes: Co-stars in Hitchcock's 1954 classic "Rear Window"
- associate relationship with Novak, Kim (born 13 February 1933). Notes: Co-stars in Hitchcock's 1958 classic "Vertigo"
- associate relationship with Reed, Donna (born 27 January 1921). Notes: Co-stars in 1946 film "It's a Wonderful Life"
- associate relationship with Sullavan, Margaret (born 13 April 1909). Notes: Co-stars in four films
- associate relationship with Wayne, John (born 26 May 1907). Notes: Co-stars in 1962 film "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance"
- friend relationship with Cooper, Gary (born 7 May 1901)
- friend relationship with Fonda, Henry (born 16 May 1905)
- friend relationship with Reagan, Ronald (born 6 February 1911)
- lover relationship with De Havilland, Olivia (born 1 July 1916). Notes: Dated 1939-1941
- lover relationship with Dietrich, Marlene (born 27 December 1901)
- lover relationship with Shearer, Norma (born 11 August 1902). Notes: Brief romance
- role played of/by Earp, Wyatt (born 19 March 1848). Notes: 1964 film "Cheyenne Autumn"
- role played of/by Lindbergh, Charles (born 4 February 1902). Notes: 1957 film "The Spirit of St. Louis"
- role played of/by Miller, Glenn (born 1 March 1904). Notes: 1954 film "The Glenn Miller Story"
- Social : End a program of study 1932 (Graduated from Princeton with degree in architecture)
- Work : Prize 1938 (NY Film Critics Best Actor Award)
- Work : Prize 1939 (NY Film Critics Best Actor Award)
- Work : Prize 27 February 1941 (Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role for "The Philadelphia Story")
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- Work : Retired 1968 (Military retirement as a Brigadier General)
- Work : Prize 1980 (Lifetime Achievement Award)
Sy Scholfield provided birth certificate.
Previously this entry had 12:10 AM (rated C): Church of Light quotes Today's Astrology 1940 (Church of Light quotes same date from Saturday Evening Post 2/1961. LMR checked the article and it gave the year only.)
Starkman rectified to 23.48.40 EST
- Traits : Body : Size (Height: 6 ft 3 in/ 1.91 m)
- Family : Relationship : Marriage more than 15 Yrs (Since 1949)
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (Four)
- Lifestyle : Financial : Fundraiser
- Lifestyle : Financial : Philanthropist
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 89)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress (Famed)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Voice-Over (Narrator)
- Vocation : Military : Military service (WW II)
- Vocation : Politics : Party Affiliation (Republican)
- Notable : Awards : Medals (Medal of Freedom)
- Notable : Awards : Oscar
- Notable : Awards : Vocational award (Life Achievement)
- Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession (Hollywood film star)
- Notable : Book Collection : American Book