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First Name
Hugh

Last Name
O'Brian

Birthday
1925-04-19

Height
73

Build
Athletic

Hair Color
Brown - Dark

Birthplace
Rochester, New York, USA

Zodiac Sign
Aries

Ethnicity
White

Claim to Fame
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp

Gender
Male

Nationality
American

Profile Bio Text
Born on April 19, 1923 (some references list 1925), in Rochester, New York, actor Hugh O'Brian had the term "beefcake" written about him during his nascent film years in the early 1950s, but he chose to avoid the obvious typecast as he set up his career. He first attended school at New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, then Kemper Military School in Booneville, Missouri. Moving from place to place growing up, he managed to show off his athletic prowess quite early. By the time he graduated from high school, he had lettered in football, basketball, wrestling and track. Originally pursuing law, he dropped out of the University of Cincinnati in 1942 (age 19) and enlisted in the Marine Corps. Upon his discharge he ended up in Los Angeles. Hugh joined a little theater group and a Santa Barbara stock company where he developed his acting chops and slowly built up his résumé. He was discovered for TV by director/actress Ida Lupino which opened the door to his signing with Universal Studios for films. Hugh's gentlemanly ruggedness, similar to a James Garner or a Gene Barry, was ideal for pictures, and his lean physique and exceptionally photographic mug had the modest, brown-eyed, curly-haired looker plastered all over the movie magazines. He rebelled against the image for the most part and, as a result, his years with Universal were not as fruitful as they could have been. For the duration, he was pretty much confined as a secondary player to standard action pictures such as Red Ball Express (1952), Son of Ali Baba (1952) and Seminole (1953). It was Rock Hudson who earned all of the Universal glamour guy roles and the out-and-out stardom that could easily have been Hugh's. In 1954, he left Universal to freelance but did not fare any better until offered the starring role in "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp" (1955) on TV, a year later. It became a mainstay hit and Hugh an "overnight" star. During his six-year run on the western classic, he managed to show off his singing talents on variety shows and appeared on Broadway. The handsome bachelor remained a durable talent throughout the 60s and 70s with plentiful work on the summer stock stage and on TV, including the series "Search" (1972), but never got the one role to earn the critical attention he merited. A sports enthusiast, his hobbies have included sailing, tennis, swimming and long-distance bicycling and his many philanthropic efforts have not gone unrecognized. His proudest achievement is the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY), which he founded in 1958 after spending considerable time with Dr. Albert Schweitzer and his clinic in Africa. Struck by the impassioned work being done by Schweitzer, O'Brian set up his own program to help develop young people into future leaders. O'Brian has since been awarded honorary degrees by several prestigious institutions of higher learning. The perennial bachelor finally "settled down" and tied the knot at age 81 with long-time companion Virginia Barber who is close to three decades his junior. They live in his Benedict Canyon home. He is at this time working on an autobiography.

University
Kemper Military School & College, Boonville, MO

Full Name at Birth
Hugh Charles Krampe

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Other Crew

Has Detailed Data (New)
1

Age
91

Wikipedia Text

Hugh O'Brian (born Hugh Charles Krampe; April 19, 1925) is an American actor, known for his starring roles in the 1955-1961 ABC western television series, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp and the 1972-1973 NBC action television series Search. Hugh had a small role in John Wayne's last film, The Shootist.


Film Role
Soundtrack

Has Videos
1

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0639385/bio

Occupation Text
Actor

Official Websites
hughobrian.me/

Year(s) Active
1948–1995

Father
Hugh John Krampe

Mother
Edith Krampe

Middle Name
Charles

Dating Status
Married

Current Partner
30023

Brother
Don Krampe

High School
New Trier High School, Winnetka, IL

Official Websites
www.nndb.com/people/341/000109014/

Year(s) Active
1948–present

Official Websites
hughobrian.me/

Eye Color
Brown - Dark

Dating Profile AutoText
Married||Virginia Barber and Hugh O'Brian have been married since 25th Jun 2006. |||

Current Status

Virginia Barber and Hugh O'Brian have been married for 10 years. They were dating for 18 years after getting together in 1988 and were married on 25th Jun 2006.

Relationships

Hugh O'Brian has been in relationships with Susan Denberg (1967), Barbara Bouchet (1964), Jeanne Carmen (1963), Chris Noel (1963 - 1965), Stella Stevens (1961), Paula Raymond (1960), Dolores Reed (1959 - 1960), Joan Marshall (1958), Princess Soraya (1958 - 1959), Joan Tabor (1957 - 1958), Rita Moreno (1957), Leigh Snowden (1955), Jil Jarmyn (1955), Susan Cabot (1954), Alicia Darr (1953), Mara Corday (1953), Patricia Knight (1952), Lisa Ferraday (1952), Beverly Tyler (1950), Celeste Shane, Tura Satana and Terry Moore.

About

Hugh O'Brian is a 91 year old American Actor. Born Hugh Charles Krampe on 19th April, 1925 in Rochester, New York, USA and educated at New Trier High School, Winnetka, IL, he is famous for The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp in a career that spans 1948–1995. His zodiac sign is Aries.

Hugh O'Brian has been in an on-screen matchup with Julie Adams in Murder, She Wrote (1984).

Hugh O'Brian is a member of the following lists: Western (genre) television actors, Male actors from New York and 20th-century American male actors.

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