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Conrad Bain Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

Conrad Bain
Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

Here you can learn about Conrad Bain’s career and private life facts, read the latest news, find all the awards he has won and watch photos and videos.

CONRAD BAIN’S PERSONAL DATA

Born in: LETHBRIDGE, Alberta (Canada)
Born on: 04/02/1923
Dies at: LIVERMORE, California, USA

CONRAD BAIN BIOGRAPHY

Actor. In 1946 he moved to New York to study drama. After twenty years spent acting in the theater on Broadway, in 1968 he made his debut in the cinema with the film “Homicide Squad, shoot on sight!” by Don Siegel, with Richard Widmark and Henry Fonda, followed by other films such as “Jim the irresistible detective” (1968, by David Lowell Rich), “One day … in the early morning” (1968, by Robert Wise), “The Man in the Leather Tie” (1969, by Don Siegel), “The Short Wild Days” (1969, by Frank Perry), “Lovers and Other Strangers” (1970, by Cy Howard), but above all “The Dictator of the Bananas Free State “(1971, by Woody Allen, who in the same year also directed it in the short film” Men of Crisis – The Harvey Wallinger Story “),” Record Robbery in New York “(1971, by Sidney Lumet) and” I want freedom “(1972, by Irvin Kershner). Also in the seventies, thanks to his strong sense of humor, he enters the world of sitcoms. After taking on the role of Dr. Arthur Harmon in the TV show “Maude” (1972-1978), he gives life to one of the most famous characters in American television series: Manhattan businessman Philip Drummond from “My Friend Arnold” who – widower and father of the teenager, Kimberly (Dana Plato) – decides to adopt little Arnold (Gary Coleman) and 13-year-old Willis (Todd Bridges), children of his former housekeeper who died of cancer, giving them a new life. The sit-com (broadcast on American networks originally from 1978 to 1986 and focused on issues that were still burning at the time, such as racial integration, but faced with sensitivity and delicacy, alternating comic and dramatic situations) leads to Bain and the rest of the cast such notoriety to find their roles also in other comic serials such as “The apple tree” (1979) and “Willy, the prince of Bel Air” (1996). He also participated in some episodes of the TV series “Love Boat” (1978-1985) and in the TV series “Caro Presidente” (1987). In 1990 he returned to the cinema with his last appearance on the big screen in “Postcards from hell”, where he played the grandfather of Meryl Streep. He died at the age of 89 at his home in Livermore, Bay Area, California.

CONRAD BAIN’S MOST RECENT FILMS

Tupac: Resurrection

Tupac: Resurrection

Role: Actor
Year: 2003

Postcards from hell

Postcards from the Edge

Role: Actor
Year: 1990

I WANT FREEDOM

I WANT FREEDOM (UP THE SANDBOX)

Role: Actor
Year: 1972

The dictator of the Bananas Free State

The dictator of the Bananas Free State (Bananas)

Role: Actor
Year: 1971 Go to Complete Filmography

THE MOST RECURRING GENRES OF CONRAD BAIN

Drama: 33% Documentary: 16% Sentimental: 16% Comedy: 16%

RECENT ROLES PLAYED BY CONRAD BAIN

Movie Role

Tupac: Resurrection

Himself

Postcards from hell

Grandpa

The dictator of the Bananas Free State

Semple

Robbery in New York

Doctor Rubicoff

Blood ring

Sam Pell

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