Summary

A prolific movie, television, and stage actor, Durning is perhaps best known for his role in the 1973 film "The Sting."

Conflict Period:
World War II 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Private First Class 2
Birth:
28 Feb 1923 1
Highland Falls, New York 1
Death:
24 Dec 2012 3
New York City, New York 4
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Full Name:
Charles Edward Durning 3
Birth:
28 Feb 1923 1
Highland Falls, New York 1
Male 1
Death:
24 Dec 2012 3
New York City, New York 3
Cause: Natural causes 3
Burial:
Burial Place: Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia 3
Physical Description:
Height: 5'8" 1
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Birth:
Mother: Louise Leonard 1
Father: James Durning 1
Marriage:
Mary Ann Amelio 3
1974 3
Divorce Date: 31 Dec 1969 3
Marriage:
Carole Doughty 3
1959 3
Divorce Date: 1972 3
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World War II 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Private First Class 2
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Occupation:
Actor 1
Awards:
Academy Award nomination: 1982 3
Academy Award nomination: 1983 3
given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: 31 Jul 2008 3
Golden Globe: 1990 3
Hollywood Walk of Fame: Hollywood, CA 1
Life Achievement Award: 27 Jan 2008 3
Tony award: 1990 3
Film: "The Sting":
1973 1
Wounded at Normandy:
15 Jun 1944 3
U.S. Army:
End: 30 Jan 1946 3
Medals: Silver Star, Bronze Star, and Purple Heart 3
Normandy Invasion: Normandy, France 3
Rank: Private First Class 3
Start: 1943 3

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