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David Niven

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David Niven junior (* Dezember in London) ist ein britischer Filmproduzent, Schauspieler und Drehbuchautor. Zeitweise arbeitete er in leitender. Entdecke alle Filme von David Niven. Von den Anfängen seiner 48 Karriere-​Jahre bis zu geplanten Projekten. David Niven, der Mann mit diesem unnachahmlichen Schnauzbart, mit dieser immer durchscheinenden Ironie, wenn es gilt den Gentleman rauszubeißen.

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5/18/ · According to David Niven, debonair star of films including Wuthering Heights, Around the World in 80 Days, and Bonjour Tristesse, not all full-service brothels in the golden age of . Niven later claimed he was born in Kirriemuir, in the Scottish county of Angus inbut his birth certificate disproves this. General Eisenhower dekoriert Corona Gott mit den Orden der Amercan Legion of Merit. Er spielte die Rolle von Sir James Bond in Pokemon Candice James Bond-Parodie Casino Royale von Danach geht er wieder nach Hollywood. James David Graham Niven war ein britischer Schauspieler. Er gewann den Oscar als bester Hauptdarsteller für Getrennt von Tisch und Bett. James David Graham Niven (* 1. März in London, England; † Juli in Château-d'Oex, Schweiz) war ein britischer Schauspieler. Er gewann David Niven junior (* Dezember in London) ist ein britischer Filmproduzent, Schauspieler und Drehbuchautor. Zeitweise arbeitete er in leitender. David Niven. Schauspieler. David Niven ( - ) war Gentleman vom Scheitel bis zur Sohle, mit perfekten Manieren, verfeinerter.

Alec Fleming credit only. Show all 30 episodes. Harvey Cleeve as David Niven the World's Greatest Juggler. Peter Whitfield. John Anthony Miller.

Marcus Dodds. Cameo uncredited. Allen Raikes. Charles Enright. Jeff Carleton. Alan Kevin. Robert Medhill. Ray Crittenden.

Show all 6 episodes. Adams and Eve TV Series - Taming of the Shrew Oh, Women! Alan Coles. Jim Kenyon. Show all 33 episodes. Alan Squier.

Valentine Moreland. Arthur Carstairs. Anthony Stanton. Jim Perry. Terence McCool. Bertie Wooster. Show all 28 episodes. Self - Guest. However, there was no blood link.

Ian Fleming recommended him for the role of James Bond for Dr. No , but producer Albert R. Broccoli thought that Niven was too old.

In the James Bond novel "You Only Live Twice," by Ian Fleming , he is referred to, and a pet bird in the story was named after him. Three years after the book was released, he played Bond in Casino Royale Knew his first wife, Primula Rollo , 17 days before he married her.

He knew his second wife, Hjördis Genberg , 10 days before marrying her. Father, with Primula Rollo , of David Niven Jr.

He was interred there. Niven claimed he was born in Kirriemuir, Scotland he thought it sounded more romantic until an appearance on the radio show "Desert Island Discs" when he admitted he was born in London.

His mother was there for the day visiting a specialist regarding the pregnancy when he was born. Niven's father, Lt. William Edward Graham Niven, was killed during World War I at the battle of Gallipoli on 21 August , aged 38, while serving with the Berkshire Yeomanry.

He was reported missing until Once wrote that as a child, he felt superior to others. He attributed this to the fact that when reciting the Lord's Prayer in church, he thought for several years that the correct phrasing was, "Our Father, who art a Niven.

Grandson Ryan born , by daughter Fiona. Grandson Michael born , by daughter Kristina. Grand-daughters Fernanda and Eugenie, by son Jamie.

Is portrayed by Nigel Havers in The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Became friends with Clark Gable during the s. While Gable was serving in England during World War II, he used to stay over at the Nivens' cottage and spend time with Niven's wife and children.

A few years later Niven's wife died in a tragic accident, and Gable did his best to comfort him. Niven said, "Clark was drawing on his own awful experience [his wife Carole Lombard 's tragic death] to steer me through mine".

His first wife, Primula Rollo , died tragically while attending a dinner at fellow actor Tyrone Power 's house. After dinner, while playing hide and seek, she opened what she thought was a closet door but instead tumbled down the basement stairs and onto the concrete floor.

She died shortly after. Died the same day as his The Prisoner of Zenda and A Matter of Life and Death co-star Raymond Massey. After he left the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst he was asked to write down his three preferred regiments; he wrote, "Anything but the HLI [Highland Light Infantry]".

He was, of course, commissioned into the HLI, later being transferred to the Rifle Brigade. Ex-father-in-law of Barbara Niven. Joined the British Army's Rifle Brigade regiment and served through Dunkirk, joining the commandos and later the secret Phantom Reconnaissance Regiment.

He spent most of the time behind German lines with the latter outfit, a rough, tough, hit-and-run group harassing the enemy. Met director Blake Edwards , when Edwards was writing and directing films for Four Star Television, a production company partly owned by Niven.

Close friend of Michael Trubshawe. They served together in a Highland Regiment in Malta in the s and Trubshawe figures prominently in Niven's biography, "The Moon's A Balloon".

Niven states: "He swiftly made a name for himself in television and one of his earliest screen appearances was in The Guns of Navarone --a lovely bonus for me.

Trubshawe was Niven's best man on the occasion of his two marriages, and also godfather to Niven's son, David Jr.

Niven and his brother had been close to their father and they challenged many of the claims in the book. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

British actor. London , England , UK. Retrieved 17 June The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 11 January BBC News. NIV: The Authorized Biography of David Niven.

Santa Cruz Sentinel. Selznick 's The Prisoner of Zenda Fox gave him the lead in a B picture, Dinner at the Ritz and he had a support part in Bluebeard's Eighth Wife directed by Ernst Lubitsch at Paramount.

Niven was one of the four heroes in John Ford 's Four Men and a Prayer at Fox. He remained at that studio to play a fake love interest in Three Blind Mice Niven joined what became known as the Hollywood Raj, a group of British actors in Hollywood which included Rex Harrison , Boris Karloff , Stan Laurel , Basil Rathbone , Ronald Colman , Leslie Howard [17] and C.

Aubrey Smith. According to his autobiography, Errol Flynn and he were firm friends and rented Rosalind Russell 's house at North Linden Drive as a bachelor pad.

Niven graduated to star parts in "A" films with The Dawn Patrol remake at Warners; he was billed after Errol Flynn and Basil Rathbone but it was a leading role and the film did excellent business.

Niven was reluctant to take a support part in Wuthering Heights for Goldwyn, but eventually relented and the film was a big success.

RKO borrowed him to play Ginger Rogers ' leading man in the romantic comedy Bachelor Mother , which was a big hit.

Goldwyn used him to support Gary Cooper in the adventure tale The Real Glory , and Walter Wanger cast him opposite Loretta Young in Eternally Yours Goldwyn finally gave Niven a lead part, the title role as the eponymous gentleman safe-cracker in Raffles The day after Britain declared war on Germany in , Niven returned home and rejoined the British Army.

He was alone among British stars in Hollywood in doing so; the British Embassy advised most actors to stay. Niven was recommissioned as a lieutenant into the Rifle Brigade Prince Consort's Own on 25 February , [19] and was assigned to a motor training battalion.

He wanted something more exciting, however, and transferred to the Commandos. He was assigned to a training base at Inverailort House in the Western Highlands.

Niven later claimed credit for bringing future Major General Sir Robert E. Laycock to the Commandos. Niven commanded "A" Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment , better known as "Phantom".

Niven also worked with the Army Film and Photographic Unit. His work included a small part in the deception operation that used minor actor M.

Clifton James to impersonate General Sir Bernard Montgomery. During his work with the AFPU, Peter Ustinov , one of the script-writers, had to pose as Niven's batman.

Niven explained in his autobiography that there was no military way that he, a lieutenant-colonel , and Ustinov, who was only a private , could associate, other than as an officer and his subordinate, hence their strange "act".

Ustinov later appeared with Niven in Death on the Nile He acted in two wartime films not formally associated with the AFPU, but both made with a firm view to winning support for the British war effort, especially in the United States.

These were The First of the Few , directed by Leslie Howard , and The Way Ahead , directed by Carol Reed. Peter Ustinov also played a large supporting role as a Frenchman in The Way Ahead.

Niven was also given a significant if largely unheralded role in the creation of SHAEF 's military radio efforts conceived to provide entertainment to American, British and Canadian forces in England and Europe.

In he worked extensively with the BBC and SHAEF to expand these broadcast efforts. He also worked extensively with Major Glenn Miller , whose Army Air Force big band, formed in the US, was performing and broadcasting for troops in England.

Niven played a role in the operation to move the Miller band to France prior to Miller's December disappearance while flying over the English Channel.

Niven took part in the Allied invasion of Normandy in June , although he was sent to France several days after D-Day. He served in " Phantom ," a secret reconnaissance and signals unit which located and reported enemy positions, [20] and kept rear commanders informed on changing battle lines.

Niven was posted at one time to Chilham in Kent. He remained close-mouthed about the war, despite public interest in celebrities in combat and a reputation for storytelling.

He once said:. I will, however, tell you just one thing about the war, my first story and my last. I was asked by some American friends to search out the grave of their son near Bastogne.

I found it where they told me I would, but it was among 27, others, and I told myself that here, Niven, were 27, reasons why you should keep your mouth shut after the war.

Niven had particular scorn for those newspaper columnists covering the war who typed out self-glorifying and excessively florid prose about their meagre wartime experiences.

Niven stated, "Anyone who says a bullet sings past, hums past, flies, pings, or whines past, has never heard one—they go crack! Niven first met Churchill at a dinner party in February Churchill singled him out from the crowd and stated, "Young man, you did a fine thing to give up your film career to fight for your country.

A few stories have surfaced. About to lead his men into action, Niven eased their nervousness by telling them, "Look, you chaps only have to do this once.

But I'll have to do it all over again in Hollywood with Errol Flynn! Niven ended the war as a lieutenant-colonel. On his return to Hollywood after the war, he received the Legion of Merit , an American military decoration.

Niven resumed his career while still in England, playing the lead in A Matter of Life and Death , from the team of Powell and Pressburger. The movie was critically acclaimed, popular in England and was selected as the first Royal Film Performance.

Niven returned to Hollywood, and encountered tragedy when his first wife died after falling down a flight of stairs at a party.

Goldwyn loaned him to play Aaron Burr in Magnificent Doll opposite Ginger Rogers , then to Paramount for The Perfect Marriage with Loretta Young and Enterprise Productions for The Other Love For Goldwyn he supported Cary Grant and Young in The Bishop's Wife He returned to England when Goldwyn loaned him to Alexander Korda to play the title role in Bonnie Prince Charlie , a notorious box office flop.

Back in Hollywood, Niven was in Goldwyn's Enchantment At Warner Bros he was in a comedy A Kiss in the Dark then he appeared opposite Shirley Temple in the comedy A Kiss for Corliss None of these films were successful at the box office and Niven's career was struggling.

He returned to Britain to play the title role in The Elusive Pimpernel from Powell and Pressberger, which was to have been financed by Korda and Goldwyn.

Goldwyn pulled out, and the film did not appear in the US for three years. Niven had a long, complex relationship with Goldwyn, who gave him his first start, but the dispute over The Elusive Pimpernel and Niven's demands for more money led to a long estrangement between the two in the s.

Niven struggled for a while to recapture his former position. He supported Mario Lanza in a musical at MGM, The Toast of New Orleans He then went to England and appeared in a musical with Vera-Ellen , Happy Go Lovely ; it was little seen in the US but was a big hit in Britain.

He had a support role in MGM's Soldiers Three similar to those early in his career. Niven had a far better part in the British war film, Appointment with Venus which was popular in England.

The Lady Says No was a poorly received American comedy. Niven decided to try Broadway, appearing opposite Gloria Swanson in Nina — The play only ran for 45 performances but it was seen by Otto Preminger who decided to cast Niven in the film version of the play The Moon Is Blue As preparation, Preminger, who had directed the play in New York, insisted that Niven appear on stage in the West Coast run.

The Moon Is Blue , a sex comedy, became notorious when it was released without a Production Code Seal of Approval; it was a big hit and Niven won a Golden Globe Award for his role.

Niven also became heavily involved in American TV as a partner in Four Star Television , a company he established with Dick Powell and Charles Boyer.

It ended up producing a considerable number of shows, in several of which Niven appeared. Niven's next few films were made in England: The Love Lottery , a comedy; Carrington V.

In Hollywood he had a thankless role as the villain in an MGM swashbuckler The King's Thief He had a better part in The Birds and the Bees , playing a conman, and in the British The Silken Affair Niven's professional fortunes were completely restored when cast as Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days , a huge hit at the box office.

He followed it with Oh, Men! Oh, Women! Niven worked in television.

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