Donald Sutherland Overview:

Actor, Donald Sutherland, was born Donald McNichol Sutherland on Jul 17, 1935 in Saint John, Canada. As of December 2020, Donald Sutherland was 85 years old.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. In addition, Sutherland was inducted into the Canadian Walk of Fame .

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Klute (1971): Starring Jane Fonda and

By 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 5, 2020 From 4 Star Films

There was arguably no man more well-versed in 70s paranoia thrillers than director Alan J. Pakula and if we want to consider the genesis of his “paranoia trilogy,” we must begin with Klute. Aside from the thematic elements and Pakula’s evolving pedigree, it is the partnership with ... Read full article


Happy 76th Birthday: !

By Dawn on Jul 17, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

's, 50 year acting career began In the early 60s, with small parts in British films and TV, landing roles in horror films: Castle of the Living Dead (1964) and Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965) and twice performing in the The Saint. The episodes were directed by, Roger Moore, who... Read full article


Theater Streaming: Jane Fonda and Fight the Power in Vietnam-era Documentary F.T.A. (1972)

By KC on Nov 30, -0001 From Classic Movies

Over the past few years of intensifying chaos in our world, I’ve often thought about the interviews gave to promote The Hunger Games, the first film in a franchise for which he portrayed the insidious President Snow. It was 2014 and he hoped that the film’s message woul... Read full article


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Donald Sutherland Quotes:

Dave Negli: Listen, Marty, the last man I killed I did it for $5000. For $85,000 I'd kill you 17 times.


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Donald Sutherland Facts
Turned down starring in The Sweet Hereafter (1997) because the salary was too low. His role eventually went to Ian Holm.

In addition to an on-screen bit part as a computer scientist in Billion Dollar Brain (1967), he also provided the mechanical voice for the eponymous "brain".

Former son-in-law of Tommy Douglas.

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