Montgomery Clift

Biography

Edward Montgomery Clift (October 17, 1920 – July 23, 1966) was an American film and stage actor. The New York Times’ obituary noted his portrayal of "moody, sensitive young men".

He invariably played outsiders, often "victim-heroes" - examples include the social climber in George Steven...

17 titles Acting Writing

5.8

The Defector L'espion

1966 · James Bower

7.3

Freud: The Secret Passion

1962 · Sigmund Freud

8.2

Judgment at Nuremberg

1961 · Rudolph Petersen

7.4

The Misfits

1961 · Perce Howland

7.7

Wild River

1960 · Chuck Glover

7.6

Suddenly, Last Summer

1959 · Dr. Cukrowicz

6.8

Lonelyhearts

1958 · Adam White

7.3

The Young Lions

1958 · Noah Ackerman

6.4

Raintree County

1957 · John Wickliff Shawnessy

6.3

Indiscretion of an American Wife Stazione Termini

1953 · Giovanni Doria

7.7

From Here to Eternity

1953 · Pvt. Robert E. Lee 'Prew' Prewitt

7.3

I Confess

1953 · Fr. Michael William Logan

7.8

A Place in the Sun

1951 · George Eastman

6.6

The Big Lift

1950 · Sgt. 1st Class Danny MacCullough

8.2

The Heiress

1949 · Morris Townsend

7.9

The Search

1948 · Ralph 'Steve' Stevenson

7.8

Red River

1948 · Matthew 'Matt' Garth

1 titles Acting Writing

8.2

Judgment at Nuremberg

1961 · Screenplay