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Anthony Rudolph Oaxaca Quinn Edit Profile

actor , artist , writer

Anthony Rudolph Oaxaca Quinn, Mexican actor, writer, artist.

Background

Quinn, Anthony Rudolph Oaxaca was born on April 21, 1915 in Chihuahua, Mexico. Naturalized, 1947. Son of Frank and Nellie (Oaxaca) Quinn.

Education

Student in public schools.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Actor in plays including Clean Beds, 1936, Gentleman from Athens, 1947, Street Car Named Desire, Let Me Hear the Melody, Beckett, 1961, Tchin-Tchin, 1963, Zorba, 1983-1986. Has appeared in over 200 motion pictures including Guadalcanal Diary, 1943, Buffalo Bill, 1944, Irish Eyes are Smiling, 1944, China Sky, 1945, Back to Bataan, 1945, Where Do We Go From Here?, 1945, Tycoon, 1947, The Brave Bulls, 1951, Mask of the Avenger, 1951, World in his Arm, 1952, Against all Flags, 1952, Viva Zapata (Academy award 1952), Ride Vaquero, 1953, City Beneath the Sea, 1953, Seminole, 1953, Blowing Wild, 1953, East of Sumatra, 1953, Long Wait, 1954, Magnificent Matador, 1955, Ulysses, 1955, Naked Street, 1955, Seven Cities of Gold, 1955, Lust for Life, (Academy award best supporting actor 1956), La Strada, 1954, Man from Del Rio, 1956, Wild the Wind, 1957, Attila the Hun, 1958, The Wild Party, 1956, The Ride Back, 1957, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1957, The River's Edge, 1957, Hot Spell, 1958, Heller with a Gun, Savage Innocents, 1959, The Black Orchid, 1958, Last Train From Gun Hill, 1958, Warlock, 1959, Heller in Pink Tights, 1960, Portrait in Black, 1960, Guns of Navarrone, 1961, Becket, 1961, Barabbas, 1962, Lawrence of Arabia, 1962, Requiem for a Heavyweight, 1963, The Visit, 1963, Behold a Pale Horse, 1964, Zorba the Greek, 1964, High Wind in Jamaica, 1965, Guns for San Sebastian, 1968, The Shoes of the Fisherman, 1968, The Secret of Santa Vittoria, 1969, A Dream of Kings, 1969, Flap, 1970, A Walk in Spring Rain, 1970, R.P.M., 1970, The City, 1971, Jesus of Nazareth, 1971, Across 110th Street, 1972, Arruza, Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears, 1973, The Don Is Dead, 1973, Mohammed Messenger of God, 1977, Caravans, 1978, The Children of Sanchez, 1978, The Greek Tycoon, 1978, The Inheritance, 1978, The Passage, 1979, Lion of the Desert, 1981, High Roll, 1981, Valentina, 1984, The Salamander, 1984, Treasure Island, 1986, Stradivarius, 1987, Revenge, 1990, Ghosts Can't Do It, 1990, A Star for Two, 1990, Jungle Fever, 1990, Only the Lonely, 1991, Mobsters, 1991, The Last Action Hero, 1993, Somebody to Love, 1994, A Walk in the Clouds, 1995, Project Mankind, 1996, Il Sindaco, 1996, Seven Servants, 1996. Appeared in television productions of The Life of Christ, Onassis: The Richest Man in the World, 1988, Old Man and the Sea, 1990, This Can't Be Love, 1994, Gotti, 1996, El Camino de Santiago, 1999.

      Script writer: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production The Farm. Author: The Original Sin, 1972, Self-Portrait, 1995. Artist 13 major exhibitions oil paintings, sculptures and serigraphs, Hawaii, 1982, 87, San Francisco, 1983, New York City, 1984, 89, San Antonio, 1984, Houston, 1984, Washington, 1985, Beverly Hills, California, 1986, Mexico City, 1990, Paris, 1990, Zurich, Switzerland, 1990, Vienna, Austria, 1991, Buenos Aires, 1992, Las Vegas, 1993.

      Artist 17 major exhibitions, Toronto, Canada, Seoul, Korea, 1998.

Connections

Married Katherine de Mille, October 2, 1937 (divorced). Children: Christina, Kathleen, Duncan, Valentina. Married Iolanda Addolori, January 1966 (divorced August 1997).

Children: Francesco, Daniele, Lorenzo. Married Katherine Benvin, December 7, 1997. Children: Antonia, Ryan.

father:
Frank Quinn

mother:
Nellie (Oaxaca) Quinn

spouses:
Katherine de Mille

Iolanda Addolori

Katherine Benvin

children:
Christina Quinn

Kathleen Quinn

Duncan Quinn

Valentina Quinn

Francesco Quinn

Daniele Quinn

Lorenzo Quinn

Antonia Quinn

Ryan Quinn