Edmond O'Brien

Biography

Edmond O'Brien (September 10, 1915 – May 9, 1985) was an Academy Award-winning American film actor who is perhaps best remembered for his role in D.O.A. (1950). His many memorable films included The Killers, White Heat, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and The Wild Bunch.

He also co-sta...

64 titles Acting Directing

7.1

The Other Side of the Wind

2018 · Pat Mullins

Déjà-Vu

2000 ·

5.6

99 and 44/100% Dead

1974 · Uncle Frank Kelly

7.1

Isn't It Shocking?

1973 · Justin Oates

6.4

Lucky Luciano

1973 · Commissioner Harry J. Anslinger

6.3

They Only Kill Their Masters

1972 · George

5.9

LA 2017

1971 · Bergman

6.7

What's a Nice Girl Like You...?

1971 · Morton Stillman

5.9

The Intruders

1970 · Col. William Bodeen

4.5

Dream No Evil

1970 · Timothy MacDonald

6.4

The Love God?

1969 · Osborn Tremaine

8.0

The Wild Bunch

1969 · Freddie Sykes

4.3

Le Vicomte règle ses comptes

1967 · Rico Barone

7.5

The Outsider

1967 · Marvin Bishop

5.9

To Commit a Murder Peau d'espion

1967 · Sphax (publisher)

6.7

The Doomsday Flight

1966 · Bomb Threat Caller

6.8

Fantastic Voyage

1966 · General Carter

6.8

Sylvia

1965 · Oscar Stewart

6.0

Synanon

1965 · Chuck Dederich

6.6

The Hanged Man

1964 · Arnie Seeger

7.9

Seven Days in May

1964 · Sen. Raymond Clark

6.6

Rio Conchos

1964 · Col. Theron Pardee

5.6

Moon Pilot

1962 · McClosky aka 'Mac'

7.8

Birdman of Alcatraz

1962 · Tom Gaddis

8.1

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

1962 · Dutton Peabody

7.8

The Longest Day

1962 · Gen. Raymond D. Barton

7.1

The Great Impostor

1961 · Capt. Glover - HMCS Cayuga

6.9

The 3rd Voice

1960 · The Voice

6.7

The Last Voyage

1960 · Second Engineer Walsh

7.0

The Ambitious One L'ambitieuse

1959 · Mike Buchanan

6.5

Up Periscope

1959 · Commander Paul Stevenson

6.1

Sing Boy Sing

1958 · Joseph Sharkey

6.3

The World Was His Jury

1958 · David Carson

6.4

The Big Land

1957 · Joe Jagger

8.2

The Comedian

1957 · Al Preston

5.7

Stopover Tokyo

1957 · George Underwood

6.9

The Girl Can't Help It

1956 · Marty 'Fats' Murdock

7.0

1984

1956 · Winston Smith

6.8

The Rack

1956 · Lt. Col. Frank Wasnick

6.1

A Cry in the Night

1956 · Captain Dan Taggart

6.0

D-Day the Sixth of June

1956 · Lt. Col. Alexander Timmer

6.5

Pete Kelly's Blues

1955 · Fran McCarg

7.1

The Barefoot Contessa

1954 · Oscar Muldoon

6.9

Shield for Murder

1954 · Det. Lt. Barney Nolan

5.9

The Shanghai Story

1954 · Dr. Dan Maynard

6.4

Cow Country

1953 · Ben Anthony

6.8

The Bigamist

1953 · Harry Graham / Harrison Graham

6.4

Man in the Dark

1953 · Steve Rawley

7.4

Julius Caesar

1953 · Casca

7.0

The Hitch-Hiker

1953 · Roy Collins

5.3

China Venture

1953 ·

5.9

Denver and Rio Grande

1952 · Jim Vesser

6.8

The Turning Point

1952 · John Conroy

6.5

The Redhead and The Cowboy

1951 · Maj. Dunn Jeffers (Union intelligence officer)

6.3

Warpath

1951 · John Vickers

6.0

Silver City

1951 · Larkin Moffat

6.7

Two of a Kind

1951 · Michael "Lefty" Farrell

6.0

The Admiral Was a Lady

1950 · Jimmy Stevens

6.6

Backfire

1950 · Steve Connolly

6.5

Between Midnight and Dawn

1950 · Officer Dan Purvis

7.3

D.O.A.

1950 · Frank Bigelow

6.9

711 Ocean Drive

1950 · Mal Granger

8.2

White Heat

1949 · Vic Pardo

6.2

Fighter Squadron

1948 · Maj. Ed Hardin

7.0

For the Love of Mary

1948 · Lt. Tom Farrington

7.0

An Act of Murder

1948 · David Douglas

7.2

The Web

1947 · Bob Regan

7.1

A Double Life

1947 · Bill Friend

7.8

The Killers

1946 · Jim Reardon

6.7

Winged Victory

1944 · Irving Miller (as Sgt. Edmond O'Brien)

6.6

The Amazing Mrs. Holliday

1943 · Tom Holliday

6.0

Obliging Young Lady

1942 · 'Red' Reddy, aka Professor Stanley

Powder Town

1942 · J. Quincy 'Penji' Pennant

6.7

A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob

1941 · Stephen Herrick

5.8

Parachute Battalion

1941 · William Mayberry Burke

7.9

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

1939 · Gringoire

2 titles Acting Directing

6.0

Man-Trap

1961 · Director

6.9

Shield for Murder

1954 · Director