James Donald Net Worth
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$4’000’000. *This information was provided by Dianne, 26 years old. Job: (Brine-Tank-Separator Operator). From Winthrop, Arkansas
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1,84m.*This information was provided by Mae Deng, 29 years old. From Farrell, Mississippi.
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James Donald information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1917-05-18
Death date: 1993-08-03
Profession: Producer, Production Manager, Director
Spouse:Ann Donald child
James Donald (18 May 1917 – 3 August 1993) was a Scottish actor. Tall and thin, he specialised in playing authority figures.Donald was born in Aberdeen, and made his first professional stage appearance in the late-1930s, having been educated at Rossall School on Lancashires Fylde coast. During World War II he had minor roles in war films including, In Which We Serve (1942), Went the Day Well? (1942), and The Way Ahead (1944). He played Mr. Winkle in the 1952 film version of The Pickwick Papers. However, leading roles eluded him until he played Theo Van Gogh in Lust for Life (1956).His work in the theatre included No?l Cowards Present Laughter (1943) which starred Coward himself, and The Eagle with Two Heads (1947), You Never Can Tell (1948), and The Heiress (1949) with Ralph Richardson, Peggy Ashcroft and Donald Sinden.He memorably portrayed Major Clipton, the doctor who expresses grave doubts about the sanity of Col. Nicholsons (Alec Guinness) efforts to build the bridge in order to show up his Japanese captors, in the blockbuster classic film The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957). He had the honour of speaking the films iconic final words: Madness!, Madness! He also played another memorable military character, Group Captain Ramsey, the Senior British Officer in The Great Escape (1963), as well as roles in other notable films both in Britain and the United States, including The Vikings (1958), King Rat (1965), Cast a Giant Shadow (1966), and Quatermass and the Pit (1967).Donald starred in a 1960 television adaptation of A. J. Cronins The Citadel and appeared regularly in many other television dramas in the UK and US, as well as on stage. In 1961, he played Prince Albert opposite Julie Harriss Queen Victoria, in the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of Laurence Housmans play Victoria Regina.