John Alexander Overview:

Actor, John Alexander, was born on Nov 29, 1897 in Newport, KY. Alexander died at the age of 84 on Jul 13, 1982 in New York City, NY .



John Alexander was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning one for Best Art Direction for Phantom of the Opera in 1943.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1943Best Art DirectionPhantom of the Opera (1943)N/AWon
1944Best Art DirectionThe Climax (1944)N/ANominated
1952Best WritingThe Man in the White Suit (1951)N/ANominated
1966Best Art DirectionGambit (1966)N/ANominated

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John Alexander Quotes:

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Jim Conderley: Good evening, Soames!
Soames: Good evening, Mr. Conderley.
Jim Conderley: Afraid I'm a little early, aren't I?
Soames: Miss Trellis wasn't expecting anyone till 8 o'clock.
Jim Conderley: Well, I thought I'd come a little ahead of time; have a little chat with Miss Fanny.
Soames: Sorry, sir; she's still dressing.
Jim Conderley: All right, I'll wait.

Edward Morrison: Haven't you been reading the paper?
Jim Conderley: Of course! I never seem to get around to reading the front page though.

Joe Parelli: What's the matter, mister? Married?
Henry Barton: No... too much plutonium.
Joe Pirelli: Plu...ton...? Myself, I never use it.

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