Cliff Robertson est un Acteur, Réalisateur, Ecrivain et Producteur Américain né le 9 septembre 1923 à La Jolla (Etats-Unis)
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Nom de naissance Clifford Parker Robertson IIINationalité Etats-UnisNaissance 9 septembre 1923
à La Jolla (Etats-Unis
)Mort 10 septembre 2011
(à 88 ans) à Stony Brook (Etats-Unis
Oscar du meilleur acteur
Cliff Robertson, de son vrai nom Clifford Parker Robertson III, né le 21 juin 1923 à La Jolla en Californie, aux (États-Unis), et mort le 10 septembre 2011 à Stony Brook, dans le Grand New York, aux États-Unis, est un acteur, scénariste, réalisateur et producteur américain.
Il obtient en 1969, l'Oscar du meilleur acteur pour son rôle dans le film Charly de Ralph Nelson.
In 1957, Robertson married actress Cynthia Stone, the former wife of actor Jack Lemmon. They had a daughter, Stephanie, before divorcing in 1959; he also had a stepson by this marriage, Chris Lemmon. In 1966, he married actress and Post Cereals heiress Dina Merrill, the former wife of Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr.; they had a daughter, Heather (1969-2007), before divorcing in 1989. By this marriage, he also had stepchildren Stanley Hutton Rumbough, David Post Rumbough, and Nedenia (Nina) Colgate Rumbough.
One of Robertson's main hobbies was flying and, among other aircraft, he owned several de Havilland Tiger Moths, a Messerschmitt Bf 108, and a genuine World War II - era Mk.IX Supermarine Spitfire MK923. His piloting skills helped him get the part as the squadron leader in the British war film 633 Squadron. He entered balloon races, including one in 1964 from the mainland to Catalina Island that ended with him being rescued from the Pacific Ocean. Robertson's first plane ride was in a Lockheed Model 9 Orion. As a 13-year-old he would clean hangars for airplane rides. He met Paul Mantz, Art Scholl, and Charles Lindbergh while flying at local California airports.
A certified private pilot, Robertson was a longtime member of the Experimental Aircraft Association, working his way through the ranks in prominence and eventually co-founding the EAA's Young Eagles program, which he chaired from its 1992 inception to 1994 (succeeded by former test pilot Gen. Chuck Yeager). The initial goal of the program was to fly one million children (many of them never having flown before) prior to the 100th Anniversary of Flight celebration on Dec. 17, 2003. That goal was achieved on November 13, 2003.
Robertson was flying a private Beechcraft Baron directly over New York City on the morning of September 11, 2001. He was directly over the World Trade Center, climbing through 7,500 feet, when the first Boeing 767 struck. He was ordered by air traffic control to land immediately at the nearest airport following a nationwide order to ground all civilian and commercial aircraft following the attacks.
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