Job Actor, comedian, producer, director
Years active 1960-2000
Top Roles Gen. Maynard C. Parker, Charles Bromley, Maj. Gen. Maxwell Hunter, Bernie Breck, General Bolt
Top GenresDrama, Romance, Comedy, Film Adaptation, Western, Crime
Top TopicsWorld War II, Book-Based, Romance (Drama)
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Shares birthday with Myrna Loy, Jack L. Warner, Bill Roberts  see more..

Carroll O'Connor Overview:

Actor, Carroll O'Connor, was born John Carroll O'Connor on Aug 2, 1924 in Manhattan, NY. O'Connor died at the age of 76 on Jun 21, 2001 in Culver City, CA .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. In addition, O'Connor was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame .

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Carroll O'Connor Quotes:

[discussing Frank Patch]
Lester Locke: There's that mayor over there drumming up a meeting with all those rich and proper jackasses - hollering and shouting around, quoting some stupid law or bylaw. Then they'll all go stomping down to the jailhouse, take a look at God Almighty, then he'll take one good look back at 'em, and they'll all wet their britches and go on home.


Truckstop hitchhiker: Hey, you're not going to Ciffeyville, Kansas, are you?
Hinton: No, I'm haulin' privies to Duke City, New Mexico.
Truckstop hitchhiker: You're haulin' what?
Hinton: Privies!
[Pointing to a depiction of toilet bowls on the side of his semi]
Hinton: A hundred and fifty-six privies. High-tailin' down the road at 70 miles an hour. How do like that? What kind of emergency do you suppose they got in Duke City, New Mexico?


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His parents, Edward O'Connor was a New York City lawyer, and Elise O'Connor who educated young Carroll about his language and life.

He was instrumental in the passage of the Drug Dealers Civil Liability Act in California. The Act states that citizens can sue drug dealers whom they feel are responsible for the drug-related deaths of family members. The Act came about as a result of his son's drug-related suicide.

He enjoyed politics, golfing, dining, spending time with his family, traveling and reading.

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