This Biography is about one of the best Actor Montgomery Clift including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Montgomery Clift|
|Real Name||Montgomery Clift|
|Profession||Actors, Theater Personalities|
|Nick Name||Edward Montgomery Clift, Monty|
|Personal Life of Montgomery Clift|
|Born on||17 October 1920|
|Died At Age||45|
|Born in||Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.|
|Died on||23 July 1966 AD|
|Place of death||New York City|
|Grouping of People||Alcoholics, Bisexual, Died Young|
|Family Background of Montgomery Clift|
|Father||William Brooks Clift|
|Mother||Ethel Fogg Anderson|
|Siblings||William Brooks Clift Jr., Roberta Clift|
|Personal Fact of Montgomery Clift|
Montgomery Clift was one of the finest American film and stage actors. He was one of Hollywood’s first Method actors, followed by Marlon Brando and James Dean. While still a teenager, he became a successful Broadway actor. For ten years, he kept rejecting offers from Hollywood before starring in Red River with movie legend John Wayne.
Three years later, he starred with Elizabeth Taylor in the romantic drama A Place in the Sun. With his handsome looks and stellar performances he soon became one of the biggest actors in Hollywood. Nevertheless, his success was short lived. He suffered a near fatal car accident that disfigured his beautiful face. He had to undergo plastic surgery and increased his intake of alcohol and pain killers to combat the pain.
The period thereafter is known as the longest suicide in Hollywood history as both his health and professionalism deteriorated. Although he still delivered commendable performances in films like The Misfits and Judgment at Nuremberg, the increasingly unwell actor was finally left with no roles. He died prematurely of a heart attack at the age of 45. He left a permanent legacy on the silver screen with four Oscar nominations for his performances.