History Creator / ChristopherPlummer

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27th Dec '15 3:50:06 PM Kitchen90
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'''Christopher Plummer''' (born December 13, 1929) is a Canadian film and stage actor best known for his role as Captain Von Trapp in ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic'', and for [[OldShame mocking that film and his performance nearly every chance he gets]]. He has played a huge number of parts over his nearly 70-year career, and despite a large number of acclaimed performances, he [[AwardSnub wasn't even nominated for an Oscar]] until 2009, when he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Creator/LeoTolstoy in ''The Last Station''. He won Best Supporting Actor two years later for his performance in ''Beginners'', becoming, at 82, the oldest person ''ever'' to win an Oscar. He also received an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series, for the 1972 miniseries ''The Moneychangers'', and a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance, for his narrations of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}'' cartoons.[[note]]He narrated them from 1988-2001, and won the Emmy in 1994.[[/note]] He earned Tony Awards for Best Actor in a Musical in 1974, for the musical ''Theatre/{{Cyrano| de Bergerac}}'', and Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play in 1997, for ''Barrymore''. All of these awards make him one of the few actors to win an Oscar, and Emmy, and a Tony.

Plummer is OneOfUs: he is a life-long [[Franchise/StarTrek Trekkie]], and one of the reasons that he [[LargeHam seems to be having so much fun chewing the scenery]] in ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'' is because (in his own words), he was "in geek Heaven doing what geeks love doing: being a geek."

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'''Christopher Plummer''' (born December 13, 1929) is a Canadian film and stage actor best known for his role as Captain Von Trapp in ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic'', and for [[OldShame mocking that film and his performance nearly every chance he gets]]. gets]].

He has played a huge number of parts over his nearly 70-year career, and despite a large number of acclaimed performances, he [[AwardSnub wasn't even nominated for an Oscar]] until 2009, when he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Creator/LeoTolstoy in ''The Last Station''. Station''.

He won Best Supporting Actor two years later for his performance in ''Beginners'', becoming, at 82, the oldest person ''ever'' to win an Oscar. He also received an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series, for the 1972 miniseries ''The Moneychangers'', and a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance, for his narrations of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}'' cartoons.[[note]]He narrated them from 1988-2001, and won the Emmy in 1994.[[/note]] [[/note]]

He earned Tony Awards for Best Actor in a Musical in 1974, for the musical ''Theatre/{{Cyrano| de Bergerac}}'', and Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play in 1997, for ''Barrymore''. All of these awards make him one of the few actors to win an Oscar, and Emmy, and a Tony.

Plummer is OneOfUs: he is [[OneOfUs a life-long life-long]] [[Franchise/StarTrek Trekkie]], and one of the reasons that he [[LargeHam seems to be having so much fun chewing the scenery]] in ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'' is because (in his own words), he was "in geek Heaven doing what geeks love doing: being a geek."
12th Dec '15 11:10:23 AM Morgenthaler
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7th Dec '15 9:50:21 AM dsneybuf
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'''Christopher Plummer''' (born December 13, 1929) is a Canadian film and stage actor best known for his role as Captain Von Trapp in ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic'', and for [[OldShame mocking that film and his performance nearly every chance he gets]]. He has played a huge number of parts over his nearly 70-year career, and despite a large number of acclaimed performances, he [[AwardSnub wasn't even nominated for an Oscar]] until 2009, when he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Creator/LeoTolstoy in ''The Last Station''. He won Best Supporting Actor two years later for his performance in ''Beginners'', becoming, at 82, the oldest person ''ever'' to win an Oscar, and one of only 9 actors to win an Oscar, and Emmy, and a Tony.

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'''Christopher Plummer''' (born December 13, 1929) is a Canadian film and stage actor best known for his role as Captain Von Trapp in ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic'', and for [[OldShame mocking that film and his performance nearly every chance he gets]]. He has played a huge number of parts over his nearly 70-year career, and despite a large number of acclaimed performances, he [[AwardSnub wasn't even nominated for an Oscar]] until 2009, when he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Creator/LeoTolstoy in ''The Last Station''. He won Best Supporting Actor two years later for his performance in ''Beginners'', becoming, at 82, the oldest person ''ever'' to win an Oscar, Oscar. He also received an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series, for the 1972 miniseries ''The Moneychangers'', and a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance, for his narrations of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}'' cartoons.[[note]]He narrated them from 1988-2001, and won the Emmy in 1994.[[/note]] He earned Tony Awards for Best Actor in a Musical in 1974, for the musical ''Theatre/{{Cyrano| de Bergerac}}'', and Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play in 1997, for ''Barrymore''. All of these awards make him one of only 9 the few actors to win an Oscar, and Emmy, and a Tony.
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7th Aug '15 4:43:57 PM Morgenthaler
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'''Christopher Plummer''' (born December 13, 1929) is a Canadian film and stage actor best known for his role as Captain Von Trapp in ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic'', and for [[OldShame mocking that film and his performance nearly every chance he gets]]. He has played a huge number of parts over his nearly 70-year career, and despite a large number of acclaimed performances, he [[AwardSnub wasn't even nominated for an Oscar]] until 2009, when his performance as Leo Tolstoy was nominated for Best Supporting Actor. He won Best Supporting Actor two years later for his performance in ''Beginners'', becoming, at 82, the oldest person ''ever'' to win an Oscar, and one of only 9 actors to win an Oscar, and Emmy, and a Tony.

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'''Christopher Plummer''' (born December 13, 1929) is a Canadian film and stage actor best known for his role as Captain Von Trapp in ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic'', and for [[OldShame mocking that film and his performance nearly every chance he gets]]. He has played a huge number of parts over his nearly 70-year career, and despite a large number of acclaimed performances, he [[AwardSnub wasn't even nominated for an Oscar]] until 2009, when his performance as Leo Tolstoy he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor.Actor for his performance as Creator/LeoTolstoy in ''The Last Station''. He won Best Supporting Actor two years later for his performance in ''Beginners'', becoming, at 82, the oldest person ''ever'' to win an Oscar, and one of only 9 actors to win an Oscar, and Emmy, and a Tony.
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* ''Film/Waterloo'' (1970) -- Sir Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington

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