A DOG OF FLANDERS
JACK WARDEN (Jehan Daas) began his career
in New York in various stage productions including "View
from the Bridge," "Lullaby," "Picnic,"
"Golden Boy," "Death of a Salesman" and "The
Man in the Glass Booth."
After his talents were noticed by Hollywood, Warden soon found
himself working closely with some of the silver screen's most
famous performers including Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr in
"From Here to Eternity," Henry Fonda in "Twelve
Angry Men," Clark Gable in "Run Silent, Run Deep"
and John Wayne in "Donovan's Reef."
In 1972, Warden jumped form the big screen to television and subsequently
earned an Emmy Award for his performance in "Brian's Song"
opposite James Caan. Returning to film, it wasn't long before
Warden received two Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting
Actor (one for "Shampoo" and the other for "Heaven
Can Wait," both opposite Warren Beatty).
Warden's additional film credits include "All the President's
Men," "The Champ," "Beyond the Poseidon Adventure,"
"Being There," "
And Justice for All,"
"The Presidio," "Toys," "Bullets Over
Broadway," "While You Were Sleeping," "Might
Aphrodite" and "Things To Do in Denver When You're Dead."
Warden recently completed filming the latest untitled Warren Beatty
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