United States film actor noted for his portrayal of strong silent heroes (1901–1961)
Gary Cooper (born James Cooper; May 7, 1901 - May 13, 1961) was an American actor. Known for his natural, authentic, perceived acting style and screen performance, Cooper's career spanned 36 years, from 1925 to 1961, and featured roles in 84 feature films.
He was a major film star from the end of the silent film era to the golden age of classical Hollywood. His ability to project his personality on the characters he played contributed to his natural and authentic presence on screen. Throughout his career, he retained a screen persona that represented the ideal American hero.
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Cooper began his career as a film extra and stunt rider, but soon took up acting roles. After establishing himself as a Western hero in his early silent films, he became a film star in 1929 with his first sound picture, The Virginian.
1933, Cooper married New York debutant Veronica Balfe, and they had a daughter. The marriage was interrupted by a three-year separation, which was Cooper's love affair with Patricia Neal.
Born in Helena, Montana.
Real name Frank James Cooper.
The representative actor of the United States, the parents are British immigrants. In 1926, Extra also got a leading role in Dream Garden. A tall, Park-san good personality is popular, and has appeared extensively, and has been a top star from the 1930s to the 1950s. In '41 Sergeant York ',' 52 'Midnight Noon Fight' won the Academy Award for Leading Actor twice. Also, delegates like "Who will ring the bell for 43", "Afternoon friends" ('57), etc., and I found Maria, a girl with actress Veronica Balf. 'I die for cancer' in 61. On the day of his death, the Cannes Film Festival launched the "Gary Cooper Award".