Birth name: George Orson Welles
Date of birth: 1915-05-06
Hometown: Kenosha, WI, USA
(1931) Gradutated from Todd School in Woodstock, IL.
(1934-11-14) Married Virginia Nicholson.
(1938-03-27) His first daughter, Christopher Welles Was born.
(1940-02-01) Was divorced.
(1940-06-05) His son, Michael Lindsay-Hogg was born.
(1943-09-07) Married Rita Hayworth.
(1944-12-17) His second daughter, Rebecca Welles was born.
(1948) Exiled himself to Europe.
(1948-12-01) Was divorced again.
(1955-05-08) Married Paola Mori
(1955-11-13) His third daughter, Beatrice Welles was born.
(1975) Received an American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award
(1984) Received the D.W. Griffith Award from the Directors Guild of America
(1985-10-10) Died of Heart Attack
(1988) Posthumously inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
(1989) His film "Citizen Kane" was one of the first 25 films to be selected to be preserved in the National Film Registry.
(1991) His film "The Magnificent Ambersons” was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
(1993) His film "Touch of Evil” was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
(2018) His film "The Lady from Shanghai” was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
Date of death: 1985-10-10
Height: 187 cm
Weight: 159 kg
Movie: City Lights
Skills & Abilities:
Captain Ahab/Starbuck/Ishmael in "Moby Dick"
Charles Kane in "Citizen Kane" (movie)
Danny's Friend in "Someone to Love" (movie)
Death in "The Hearts of Age" (short)
Father of the Aliens in "Slapstick (Of Another Kind)"
Henry F. Potter in "It Happened One Christmas"
Himself in "I Love Lucy" (TV)
J.P. Morgan in "Tajna Nikole Tesle"
Judge Rauch in "Butterfly"
Keystone Kop in "Too Much Johnson"
Klingsor in "Where Is Parsifal?"
Lew Lord in "The Muppet Movie" (movie)
Maurice Markau in "12 + 1"
Narrator in "A Woman Called Moses"
Narrator in "Christmas Tails"
Narrator in "History of the World: Part I" (movie)
Narrator in "Ricki Tick Tavi" (movie)
Narrator in "Rime of the Ancient Mariner"
Narrator in "Shotgun" (mini-series)
Narrator in "Shotgun" (TV)
Narrator in "Some Call It Greed"
Narrator in "Tales of the Klondike"
Narrator in "The Biggest Battle"
Narrator in "The Double McGuffin"
Narrator in "The Greenstone"
Narrator in "The New Media Bible: Book of Genesis"
Parklawn Mortuary in "Hot Tomorrows"
Presenter/Narrator in "The Man Who Saw Tommorow"
Richard Wagner in "Wagner and Venice"
Robin Masters in "Magnum, P.I." (TV)
Sheriff Paisley in "Hot Money"
Trailer Narrator in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" (movie)
Non-anime staff credits:
Director for "Citizen Kane" (movie)
Director for "Don Quixote"
Director for "F for Fake" (Documentary)
Director for "Filming 'Othello'"
Director for "Filming 'The Trial'"
Director for "It's All True" (documentary)
Director for "London" (short)
Director for "Macbeth"
Director for "Moby Dick" (short)
Director for "Orson Welles' Magic Show"
Director for "The Hearts of Age" (short)
Director for "The Orson Welles Show"
Director for "The Other Side of the Wind"
Director for "The Spirit of Charles Lindbergh"
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