George Hamilton Stevens is an American film and TV actor born August 12, 1939 in Memphis, Tennessee, and lived in Blytheville, Arkansas. His remarkable films include Home from the Hill (1960), By Love Possessed (1961), Light in the Piazza (1962), Your Cheatin’ Heart (1964), Once Is Not Enough (1975), Love at First Bite (1979), Zorro, The Gay Blade (1981), The Godfather Part III (1990), Doc Hollywood (1991), 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag (1997), Hollywood Ending (2002) and The Congressman (2016). Hamilton won a Golden Globe Award for his debut performance in Crime and Punishment U.S.A. (1959) and was nominated for a BAFTA Award. He received one additional nomination for BAFTA and two additional nominations for Golden Globe. Hamilton attended the Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York, graduating in 1957.
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- Lone Star (1952) as Noah (uncredited)
- Crime and Punishment U.S.A. (1959) as Robert
- Home from the Hill (1960) as Theron Hunnicutt
- All the Fine Young Cannibals (1960) as Tony McDowall
- Where the Boys Are (1960) as Ryder Smith
- Angel Baby (1961) as Paul Strand
- By Love Possessed (1961) as Warren Winner
- A Thunder of Drums (1961) as Lt. Curtis McQuade
- The Light in the Piazza (1962) as Fabrizio Naccarelli
- Two Weeks in Another Town (1962) as Davie Drew
- The Victors (1963) as Cpl. Theodore Trower
- Act One (1963) as Moss Hart
- Looking for Love (1964) as Himself (Cameo)
- Your Cheatin’ Heart (1964) as Hank Williams
- Viva Maria! (1965) as Flores
- That Man George (1966) as George
- Doctor, You’ve Got to Be Kidding! (1967) as Harlan Wycliff
- A Time for Killing (1967) as Capt. Dorrit Bentley
- Jack of Diamonds (1967) as Jeff Hill
- The Power (1968) as Prof. Jim Tanner
- Togetherness (1970) as Jack DuPont
- Elvis: That’s the Way It Is (1970) (documentary)
- Evel Knievel (1971) as Evel Knievel
- The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (1973) as Willard Crocker
- Medusa (1973) as Jeffrey
- Columbo: A Deadly State of Mind (1975) as Dr. Mark Collier
- Jacqueline Susann’s Once Is Not Enough (1975) as David Milford
- Roots (TV series/film) (1977)
- The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977) as Ward Thompson
- The Magnificent Hustle (1978) as Donald Hightower
- Sextette (1978) as Vance Norton
- The Users (1978) as Adam Baker
- From Hell to Victory (1979) as Maurice Bernard
- Love at First Bite (1979) as Count Vladimir Dracula
- Death Car on the Freeway (1979) as Ray Jeffries
- Zorro, The Gay Blade (1981) as Zorro The Gay Blade / Don Diego Vega / Bunny Wigglesworth
- Malibu (1983) as Jay Pomerantz
- Poker Alice (1987) as Cousin John Moffit
- The Godfather Part III (1990) as B. J. Harrison
- Columbo: Caution: Murder can be Hazardous to your Health (1991)
- Doc Hollywood (1991) as Doctor Halberstrom
- Once Upon a Crime (1992) as Alfonso de la Pena
- Amore! (1993) as Rudolpho Carbonera
- Double Dragon (1994) as Channel 102 News Anchor (uncredited)
- Vanished (1995 TV movie) as Malcolm Patterson
- Playback (1996) as Gil Braman
- Meet Wally Sparks (1997) as Himself
- 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag (1997) as Dick Bennett
- Bulworth (1998) as Himself (cameo) (uncredited)
- Casper Meets Wendy (1998) as Desmond Spellman
- She’s Too Tall (1999) as Alonso Palermo
- Off Key (2001) as Armand
- Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001) as Himself (cameo)
- Reflections of Evil (2002) as Duncan Carlyle
- Hollywood Ending (2002) as Ed
- Pets (1999) as Von Steiger (‘The Hand’)
- The Little Unicorn (2002)
- A Very Cool Christmas (2004) as Santa Claus
- The L.A. Riot Spectacular (2005) as The King of Beverly Hills
- Rumor Has It… (2005) as Himself (cameo) (uncredited)
- Melvin Smarty (2012) as Hitman / Mexican Colonel
- Silver Skies (2016) as Phil
- The Congressman (2016) as Laird Devereaux
- The Donna Reed Show (as Herbie Shields in “Have Fun”, 1959) as Herbie Shields
- The Rogues (one episode as Jamie, 1964) as Jamie
- A Farewell to Arms (1966) (miniseries) as Lt. Frederick Henry
- Harold Robbins’ The Survivors (1969) as Duncan Carlyle
- Paris 7000 (1970) (canceled after 10 episodes) as Jack Brennan
- The Last of the Powerseekers (1971) as Duncan Carlyle
- The Dead Don’t Die (1975) as Don Drake
- Columbo: A Deadly State of Mind (1975) as Dr Marcus Collier
- Roots (1977) (miniseries) as Stephen Bennett
- McCloud: The Great Taxicab Stampede (1977) as Keith Hampton
- The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver (1977) as Greg Oliver
- Killer on Board (1977) as Glenn Lyle
- The Users (1978) as Adam Baker
- The Eddie Capra Mysteries (1978 – Episode: “Nightmare at Pendragon Castle”)
- The Seekers (1979) as Lt. Hamilton Stovall
- Institute for Revenge (1979) as Alan Roberto
- Express to Terror (1979) (pilot for Supertrain) as David Belnik
- Death Car on the Freeway (1979) as Ray Jeffries
- The Great Cash Giveaway Getaway (1980) as Hightower
- The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show (1982, TV Special) as himself
- Malibu (1983) (miniseries) as Jay Pomerantz
- Two Fathers Justice (1985) as Trent Bradley
- Dynasty (cast member from 1985–1986) as Joel Abrigore
- Monte Carlo (1986) (miniseries) as Harry Price
- Spies (1987) as Ian Stone
- Poker Alice (1987, based on the frontier gambler Poker Alice) as Cousin John Moffit
- Columbo: Caution: Murder Can Be Hazardous to Your Health (1991) as Wade Anders
George Hamilton Wife | Who Is George Hamilton Married To
Hamilton had a relationship with the daughter of US President Lyndon B. Johnson, Lynda Bird Johnson, in 1966. Hamilton was married to actress Alana Stewart from 1972 to 1975. Ashley Hamilton, their son, was born in 1974. George Thomas Hamilton and his ex-girlfriend Kimberly Blackford are his younger son (born in December 1999). In the mid-1990s, the divorced Hamiltons gathered to co-host a daily talk show, George and Alana. He revealed that he had dated at least four Miss Worlds in I’m A Celebrity. Hamilton has a well-known social relationship with former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos ‘ widow Imelda Marcos. He was later revealed to have business ties with the Marcoses as well. In 1990, in a federal fraud and racketeering case against the Marcoses involving the looting of Philippine government funds, Hamilton was named as an unreported co – conspirator ; Imelda was acquitted in the case.
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Hamilton has two children Ashley Hamilton, born in 1974. Thomas Hamilton is his younger son (born in December 1999) with his ex-girlfriend Kimberly Blackford.
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He is the eldest son of bandleader George “Spike” Hamilton.
His stepfathers were Carleton Hunt and Jesse Spalding; his stepmother was June Howard, with whom Hamilton said he had an affair when he was 12 years old which was shortly after she married his father. his brothers include William Potter and David Hamilton.
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George is still alive as of 2019.
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Count Dracula is the title character of the gothic horror novel Dracula by Bram Stoker in 1897. In subsequent works of fiction, he is regarded as both the prototypical and the archetypal vampire. He is also depicted as the origin of the waswolf legends in the novel. It is believed that some aspects of the character were inspired by the Wallachian Prince Vlad the Impaler, also known as Dracula, from the 15th century, and Sir Henry Irving, an actor for whom Stoker was a personal assistant.
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George Hamilton accuses SF’s McDonald of poor leadership
Adopted From bbc.com
Published on 26 February 2019
Chief Constable George Hamilton has described comments by Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald on who should succeed him as “an act of poor leadership”.
Earlier this month, she said she couldn’t think of any senior PSNI officer who should get the top job.
Speaking after a three-hour Policing Board meeting, the chief constable did not hold back when criticising Ms McDonald’s remarks.
The comments were the antithesis of all Sinn Féin say they stand for, he said.
“They say they stand for equality, for fairness, for integrity and I cant think of anything further away from those qualities in what the party president said,” Mr Hamilton said.
Asked if the Sinn Féin leader owed the PSNI an apology, he said: “That’s a matter for her – I don’t think we’re going to get that.
“More important than the offence she caused internally, I think whenever someone in leadership stands up and talks about the police being undemocratic, cynical and all the other very negative terms, how could we not be surprised if there’s a problem with confidence in policing?”
Mr Hamilton added: “I think Mary Lou McDonald was wrong, I think she was inaccurate, and I think it was an act of poor leadership and has a detrimental impact on policing and on the peace we’re all trying to build.”
The Policing Board announced last week that it was seeking legal advice following her remarks.
That advice has now been received, and while it has not been made public, the board said the recruitment process can now begin in earnest.
A panel will be appointed shortly – it’s not clear if a Sinn Féin representative will be included.
Among the senior PSNI officers who may be considering going for the job are Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin and Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton.
A number of senior officers in England, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland are also believed to be considering applying for the post.
Sinn Féin’s Gerry Kelly said board members would now study the legal advice.
He added: “I think the chief constable – perhaps led a bit by yourselves [the media] – was more than political when he was answering those questions.
“What we wish to do as a collective, as a board, is to set up a panel and get a new chief constable.”
The DUP’s Mervyn Storey said the process has been damaged in terms of ensuring that merit is at the centre of the appointment of the new chief constable.
“It is not only my opinion, but I think the reaction of others such as the Equality Commission has raised serious concerns about the way in which this interference has created a particular problem,” he said
“There’s a sense of irony that the party that shouts most about equality has now actually seriously damaged the issue of equality .”