Actor, Peter O'Toole, was born Peter Seamus O?Toole on Aug 2, 1932 in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. O'Toole died at the age of 171 on Dec 14, 2103 in London, UK .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although O'Toole was nominated for eight Oscars, he never won a competitive Academy Award. However he won one Honorary Oscar Award in 2002 whose remarkable talents have provided cinema history with some of its most memorable characters .
|1962||Best Actor||Lawrence of Arabia (1962)||T.E. Lawrence||Nominated|
|1964||Best Actor||Becket (1964)||King Henry II||Nominated|
|1968||Best Actor||The Lion in Winter (1968)||King Henry II||Nominated|
|1969||Best Actor||Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969)||Arthur Chipping||Nominated|
|1972||Best Actor||The Ruling Class (1972)||N/A||Nominated|
|1980||Best Actor||The Stunt Man (1980)||Eli Cross||Nominated|
|1982||Best Actor||My Favorite Year (1982)||Alan Swann||Nominated|
|2006||Best Actor||Venus (2006)||Maurice||Nominated|
Academy Awards (Honorary Oscars)
|2002||Honorary Award||whose remarkable talents have provided cinema history with some of its most memorable characters|
Peter O'Toole's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #203 on Apr 30, 2011.
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King Henry II: He's read books, you know, it's amazing. He's drunk and wenched his way through London but he's thinking all the time.
[Upon seeing his wife after she arrives for Christmas Court]
Henry II: HA! What shall we hang... the holly, or each other?
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