/xh9e0AeDHsaiQWOhs3t7uPuSvb0.jpgBruce MacLeish Dern (born June 4, 1936) is an American actor, often playing supporting villainous characters of unstable nature. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Coming Home (1978) and the Academy Award for Best Actor for Nebraska (2013). His other film appearances include The Cowboys (1972), Black Sunday (1977), Monster (2003), and The Hateful Eight (2015).

 

Filmography
Film
Year Title Role Director Notes
 
1960 Wild River Jack Roper Elia Kazan Uncredited
 
1962 The Crimebusters Joe Krajac Boris Sagal
 
1964 Marnie Sailor Alfred Hitchcock
 
1964 Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte John Mayhew Robert Aldrich
 
1966 The Wild Angels Loser Roger Corman
 
1967 The War Wagon Hammond Burt Kennedy
 
1967 The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre John May Roger Corman
 
1967 Az utazás (The Trip) John Roger Corman
 
1967 Waterhole No. 3 Deputy Sam Tippen William A. Graham
 
1967 Will Penny – A magányos cowboy Rafe Quint Tom Gries
 
1968 Kábulat – Psych-Out Steve Davis Richard Rush
 
1968 Hang ‘Em High Miller Ted Post
 
1969 Support Your Local Sheriff! Joe Danby Burt Kennedy
 
1969 Castle Keep Lt. Billy Byron Bix Sydney Pollack
 
1969 Number One Richie Fowler Tom Gries
 
1969 The Cycle Savages Keeg Bill Brame
 
1969 A lovakat lelövik, ugye? (They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?) James Sydney Pollack
 
1970 Bloody Mama Dirkman Roger Corman
 
1970 The Rebel Rousers J.J. Weston Martin B. Cohen
 
1971 The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant Roger Anthony M. Lanza
 
1971 Drive, He Said Coach Bullion Jack Nicholson
 
1972 The Cowboys Asa Watts (Long Hair) Mark Rydell
 
1972 Silent Running Freeman Lowell Douglas Trumbull
 
1972 Thumb Tripping Smitty Quentin Masters
 
1972 The King of Marvin Gardens Jason Staebler Bob Rafelson
 
1973 Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid Deputy Sam Peckinpah Uncredited
 
1973 A nevető rendőr – The Laughing Policeman Leo Larsen Stuart Rosenberg
 
1974 A nagy Gatsby (The Great Gatsby) Tom Buchanan Jack Clayton
 
1975 Posse Jack Strawhorn Kirk Douglas
 
1975 Smile Big Bob Freelander Michael Ritchie
 
1976 Family Plot George Lumley Alfred Hitchcock
 
1976 Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood Grayson Potchuck Michael Winner
 
1976 Folies bourgeoises William Brandels Claude Chabrol
 
1977 Black Sunday Michael Lander John Frankenheimer
 
1978 Coming Home Captain Bob Hyde Hal Ashby
 
1978 Gengszterek sofőrje (The Driver) The Detective Walter Hill
 
1980 Middle Age Crazy Bobby Lee Burnett John Trent
 
1981 Tattoo Karl Kinsky Bob Brooks
 
1982 That Championship Season George Sitkowski Jason Miller
 
1982 Harry Tracy, Desperado Harry Tracy William A. Graham
 
1986 On the Edge Wes Holman Rob Nilsson
 
1987 The Big Town Mr. Edwards Ben Bolt and Harold Becker
 
1987 World Gone Wild Ethan Lee H. Katzin
 
1988 1969 Cliff Ernest Thompson
 
1989 The ‘Burbs Mark Rumsfield Joe Dante
 
1990 After Dark, My Sweet Garrett “Uncle Bud” Stoker James Foley
 
1992 Éjféli bunyó – Diggstown John Gillon Michael Ritchie
 
1995 Wild Bill Will Plummer Walter Hill
 
1996 Down Periscope Admiral Yancy Graham David S. Ward
 
1996 Mulholland Falls The Chief Lee Tamahori Uncredited
 
1996 Last Man Standing Sheriff Ed Galt Walter Hill
 
1998 Small Soldiers Link Static (Voice) Joe Dante
 
1999 The Haunting Mr. Dudley Jan De Bont
 
1999 If… Dog… Rabbit… McGurdy Matthew Modine
 
2000 All the Pretty Horses The Judge Billy Bob Thornton
 
2001 The Glass House Begleiter Daniel Sackheim
 
2003 Masked and Anonymous Editor Larry Charles
 
2003 Milwaukee, Minnesota Sean McNally Allan Mindel
 
2003 Monster Thomas Patty Jenkins
 
2005 Madison Harry Volpi William Bindley
 
2005 Down in the Valley Charlie David Jacobson
 
2006 Believe in Me Ellis Brawley Robert Collector
 
2006 Walker Payne Chester Matt Williams
 
2006 The Astronaut Farmer Hal Michael Polish
 
2006 The Hard Easy Gene Ari Ryan
 
2007 The Cake Eaters Easy Kimbrough Mary Stuart Masterson
 
2008 Swamp Devil Howard Blame David Winning
 
2008 The Golden Boys Captain Perez Daniel Adams
 
2009 American Cowslip Cliff Mark David
 
2009 The Hole 3D Creepy Carl Joe Dante
 
2009 The Lightkeepers Bennie Daniel Adams
 
2010 Trim Dale Banks Allan Mindel
 
2011 Choose Dr. Ronald Pendleton Marcus Graves
 
2011 Inside Out Vic Small Artie Mandelberg
 
2011 Twixt Bobby LaGrange Francis Ford Coppola
 
2012 From Up on Poppy Hill Yoshio Onodera (voice) Gorō Miyazaki English dub
 
2012 Hitting the Cycle James Darin Anthony and J. Richey Nash
 
2012 Django Unchained Curtis Carrucan Quentin Tarantino
 
2013 Coffin Baby Vance Henrickson Dean Jones
 
2013 Northern Borders Austin Kittredge Sr. Jay Craven
 
2013 Nebraska Woody Grant Alexander Payne
 
2013 Fighting for Freedom Christian Dobbe Farhad Mann
 
2014 Cut Bank Georgie Wits Matt Shakman
 
2015 The Hateful Eight General Sanford Smithers Quentin Tarantino
 
2017 American Violence Richard Morton Timothy Woodward Jr.
 
2017 Class Rank Oswald Eric Stoltz
 
2017 The Lears Davenport Lear Carl Bessai
 
2017 Hickok Doc Rivers O’Roark Timothy Woodward Jr.
 
2017 Milyen hosszú az éjszaka
Our Souls At Night Dorlan Ritesh Batra
 
2017 Chappaquiddick Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. John Curran
 
2018 Nosztalgia – Nostalghia 2018 EngDub, HunSub Ronnie Ashemore Mark Pellington
 
2018 White Boy Rick Ray Wershe Yann Demange
 
2018 Warning Shot Calvin Dustin Fairbanks Completed
 
2018 The Peanut Butter Falcon Carl Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz Post-production
 
2018 The Artist’s Wife[12] Richard Smythson Tom Dolby Post-production
 
2019 Mustang Myles Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre Filming
 
 
Television
 
 
1960 Route 66 Albert Episode: “The Man on the Monkey Board”
 
1961 Naked City Hollis / Nicky Uncredited
 
2 episodes
 
1961 Sea Hunt FBI Agent John Furillo Episode: “Crime at Sea”
 
1961 Surfside 6 Johnny Page Episode: “Daphne, Girl Detective”
 
1961 Thriller Johnny Norton Episode: “The Remarkable Mrs. Hawk”
 
1961 Ben Casey Billy Harris Episode: “A Dark Night for Billy Harris”
 
1961 The Detectives Jud Treadwell Episode: “Act of God”
 
1961–62 Cain’s Hundred Eddie Light / Joe Krajac 2 episodes
 
1962–63 Stoney Burke E.J. Stocker 17 episodes
 
1962–63 The Dick Powell Show Deering 2 episodes
 
1963 Kraft Suspense Theatre Maynard Episode: “The Hunt”
 
1963 The Outer Limits Ben Episode: “The Zanti Misfits”
 
1963–65 Wagon Train Wilkins / Jud Fisher / Seth Bancroft 3 episodes
 
1963–66 The Fugitive Deputy Martin / Charley / Hutch / Hank / Cody 5 episodes
 
1964–65 The Virginian Bert Kramer / Lee Darrow / Pell 3 episodes
 
1964 77 Sunset Strip Ralph Wheeler Episode: “Lovers’ Lane”
 
1964 The Greatest Show on Earth Vernon Episode: “The Last of the Strongmen”
 
1964 The Alfred Hitchcock Hour Jesse / Roy Bullock 2 episodes
 
1964–65 Twelve O’Clock High TSgt. Frank Jones / Lieutenant Michaels / Lieutenant Danton 4 episodes (two as Michaels)
 
1965 Rawhide Ed Rankin Episode: “Walk into Terror”
 
1965 Laredo Joe Durkee Episode: “Rendezvous at Arillo”
 
1965 A Man Called Shenandoah Bobby Ballantine Episode: “The Verdict”
 
1965; 1968 The F.B.I. Virgil Roy Phipps / PFC Byron Landy 2 episodes
 
1965–66; 1969 Gunsmoke Guerin / Lou Stone / Judd Print / Doyle Phleger 4 episodes
 
1966 Branded Les Episode: “The Wolfers”
 
1966 The Loner Merrick Episode: “To Hang a Dead Man”
 
1966 Disneyland Turk Episode: “Gallegher Goes West: Crusading Reporter”
 
1966–67 Run for Your Life Alex Ryder 3 episodes
 
1966–68 The Big Valley John Weaver / Gabe Skeels / Clovis / Harry Dixon / Jack Follet 5 episodes
 
1968–69 Lancer Tom Nevill / Lucas Thatcher 2 episodes
 
1968; 1970 Bonanza Bayliss / Cully Maco 2 episodes
 
1969 Then Came Bronson Bucky O’Neill Episode: “Amid Splinters of the Thunderbolt”
 
1970 Land of the Giants Thorg Episode: “Wild Journey”
 
1970 The High Chaparral Wade Episode: “Only the Bad Come to Sonora”
 
1970 The Immortal Luther Seacombe Episode: “To the Gods Alone”
 
1985 Space Stanley Mott Miniseries
 
1986 Toughlove Rob Charters Television film
 
1987 Roses Are for the Rich Douglas Osborne Television film
 
1987 Uncle Tom’s Cabin Augustine St. Claire Television film
 
1989 Trenchcoat in Paradise John Hollander Television film
 
1990 The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson Scout Ed Higgins Television film
 
1991 Into the Badlands T.L. Barston Television film
 
1991 Carolina Skeletons Junior Stoker Television film
 
1993 It’s Nothing Personal Billy Archer Television film
 
1994 Dead Man’s Revenge Payton McCay Television film
 
1994 Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight George Putnam Television film
 
1995 A Mother’s Prayer Grandpa Television film
 
1995 Mrs. Munck Patrick Leary Television film
 
1999 Hard Time: The Premonition Winston Television film
 
2003 King of the Hill Randy Strickland (voice) Episode: “Boxing Luanne”
 
2003 Hard Ground Nate Hutchinson Television film
 
2006–11 Big Love Frank Harlow 29 episodes
 
2007 CSI: NY Vet Episode: “Boo”
 
2013 Pete’s Christmas Grandpa Television film
 
 
Awards and nominations
 
 
1972 Drive, He Said National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor
 
1973 The Cowboys Bronze Wrangler for Best Theatrical Motion Picture
 
1975 The Great Gatsby Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture
 
1979 Coming Home Nominated – Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
 
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture
 
1983 That Championship Season Silver Bear for Best Actor
 
2009 Swamp Devil Philadelphia Film Festival Jury Prize
 
2014 Nebraska AARP Annual Movies for Grownups Award for Best Actor
 
Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Cast
 
Cannes Film Festival Best Actor Award
 
Dublin Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor
 
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
 
National Board of Review Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Alliance of Women Film Journalists Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Alliance of Women Film Journalists Award for Best Ensemble Cast
 
Nominated – American Comedy Award for Comedy Actor – Film
 
Nominated – BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
 
Nominated – Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Cast
 
Nominated – Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble
 
Nominated – Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Gold Derby Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
 
Nominated – Guardian Film Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Houston Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead
 
Nominated – London Film Critics Circle Award for Actor of the Year
 
Nominated – San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
 
Nominated – St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
 
Nominated – Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture
Early life
 
Dern was born in Chicago, the son of Jean (née MacLeish; 1908–1972) and John Dern (1903–1958), a utility chief and attorney. He grew up in Kenilworth, Illinois.His paternal grandfather, George, was a former Utah governor and Secretary of War (he was serving in the latter position during the time of Bruce’s birth). Dern’s maternal grandfather was a chairman of the Carson, Pirie and Scott stores, his maternal granduncle was poet Archibald MacLeish, and his maternal great-grandfather was Scottish-born businessman Andrew MacLeish. Dern’s godfather was former Illinois governor and two-time presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson II. His ancestry includes Dutch, English, German and Scottish. He attended The Choate School (now Choate Rosemary Hall) and the University of Pennsylvania. Dern starred in the Philadelphia premiere of Waiting for Godot.
Career
 
Dern appeared in an uncredited role in Wild River as Jack Roper, who is so upset with his friend for hitting a woman that he punches himself. He played the sailor in a few flashbacks with Marnie’s mother in Alfred Hitchcock’s Marnie. Dern played a murderous rustler in Clint Eastwood’s Hang ‘Em High and a gunfighter in Support Your Local Sheriff!. He also played cattle-thief Asa Watts, who murders John Wayne’s character in The Cowboys (1972). Wayne warned Dern, “America will hate you for this.” Dern replied, “Yeah, but they’ll love me in Berkeley.” Having played a series of villains, that same year he played against type as a sensitive ecolgist in the science-fiction film Silent Running.
He played a psychotic Goodyear Blimp pilot who launches a terrorist attack at the Super Bowl in Black Sunday. Dern was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Coming Home. In 1983, he won the Silver Bear for Best Actor at the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival for That Championship Season. In 2013, Dern won the Best Actor Award at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival for Alexander Payne’s Nebraska, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor.
 
Personal life
 
Dern was married to Marie Dawn Pierce from 1957 to 1959. He then married Diane Ladd in 1960. Their first daughter, Diane Elizabeth Dern (born November 29, 1960), died at eighteen months from head injuries after falling into a swimming pool on May 18, 1962. The couple’s second daughter, Laura (born February 10, 1967), is also an actor. After his divorce from Ladd in 1969, Dern married Andrea Beckett.
Dern, Ladd, and their daughter Laura received adjoining stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on November 1, 2010.
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