Ernest Borgnine: Remembering eight of his smaller roles
Ernest Borgnine, the beefy screen star known for blustery, often villainous roles, but who won the best-actor Oscar for playing against type as a lovesick butcher in Marty in 1955, died Sunday. He was 95.
There's no question that the great Ernest Borgnine, who died today at age 95, peaked in the mid '50s. His Oscar-winning role as Marty the homely butcher in Marty ('55), was the pinnacle, closely followed by the sadistic Fatso
Actor Ernest Borgnine, whose career spanned more than six decades on stage and screens big and small, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 95. Bill Whitaker looks back at a Hollywood tough guy, who won an Oscar for playing nice.
I join Aaron in paying tribute to Ernest Borgnine, dead over the weekend at 95. I add this: I think one of the most underrated acting jobs in history was the job he did as the cop, Rogo, in The Poseidon Adventure. Say what you
Ernest Borgnine, star of screens big and small, died yesterday at the age of 95. During his long and prolific career, the Academy Award-winning star of “Marty” racked up 200 movie and TV credits. (Washington Post; Detroit Free Press ). View Photo