Quick Facts of Ermes Effron Borgnino
- Full NameErmes Effron Borgnino
- Net Worth$15 Million
- Date of Birth14 January, 1917
- Marital Status Married
- BirthplaceHamden, Connecticut, U.S
- Ethnicity White
- Religion Christianity
- Nationality American
- Active Year1947-2012
- Eye colour Black
- Hair colour White
- SpouseRhoda Kemins (m. 1949; div. 1958), Katy Jurado (m. 1959; div. 1963), Ethel Merman (m. 1964; div. 1964), Donna Rancourt (m. 1965; div. 1972), Tova Traesnaes (m. 1973)
- Height5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
- EducationJames Hillhouse School
- Horoscope Aquarius
Ernest Borgnine was an American actor whose career spanned over six centuries. Ernest was famously noted for his gruff but calm voice, and gap-toothed Cheshire Cat grin. Also, the popular performer, Ernest had also appeared as a guest on numerous talk shows. And as a panelist on several game shows.
Described as one of the finest in what Ernest did. Also, he was a voice actor who provided voices for a number of video games. Years later his death, Borgnine is still famous from his name for his fans. If you like to know more in details about Ernest Borgnine’s married life, income, height and more. Keep Scrolling Down!!
Who Is Ernest Borgnine? Know His Bio & Wiki
Ernest Borgnine was an American film and a television actor who left an impressionable mark on the world of entertainment with his acting prowess, strong on-screen presence, sharp acumen, and brilliant performances. Moreover, he was born as Ermes Effron Borgnino on January 24, 1917, in Hamden, Connecticut.
Ernest’s parents were Anna Boselli and Camillo Borgnino. Also, Ernest’s parents were the Italian immigrants with his mother coming from the town of Capri whereas his father came from the municipality of Ottigli. Growing up in New Haven, Connecticut, along with his sister, Evelyn Borgnine Velardi, Ernest went to James Hillhouse High School.
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Ernest Borgnine (24 de janeiro, 1917 – 8 de julho, 2012) – Nome: Ermes Effron Borgnino – Nacionalidade: Americana – Anos de atividade: 1947 – 2012 – Principais trabalhos: "A Um Passo da Eternidade" (From Here to Eternity, 1953) "Conspiração do Silêncio" (Bad Day at Black Rock, 1955) Marty (1955) "A Festa do Casamento" (The Catered Affair, 1956) "Vikings, os Conquistadores" (The Vikings, 1958) "A Marinha de McHale" (McHale's Navy, 1962 – 1966) "Voo do Fenix" (The Flight of the Phoenix, 1965) "Os Doze Condenados" (The Dirty Dozen, 1967) "Meu Ódio Será Tua Herança" (The Wild Bunch, 1969) "O Destino de Poseidon" (The Poseidon Adventure, 1972) . #ErnestBorgnine #Cinema #Movie #Movies #Filme #Filmes #ClassicMovies #ClassicHollywood #OldHollywood #Vintage #VintageHollywood #VintageFilm #VintageMovies #Hollywood #GoldenAgeCinema #GoldenAgeOfHollywood #OldMovies
At the time, there was nothing about him that showed he would become a great actor succeeding in his life as he was more interested in sports. After graduating his high school, Ernest joined the US Navy in 1935. Despite this, Ernest remained with the force until 1941 and later got discharged, only to reenlist for a year and then served again until 1945. Following Ernest’s service years, he was awarded through several military awards such as the World War II Victory Medal and the Navy Good Conduct Medal.
After Ernest left the Navy, he went back home where he stayed with his mother for some time before landing a job in a local factory. Furthermore, he then worked in a barbershop where he swept clipped hair from the floor. Ernest’s mother then encouraged him to try acting, believing he had the personality for the stage. Moreover, Ernest gave a shot and it paid off with a stage appearance in State of the Union in 1947 followed by some more theatre works.
Inside Of Ernest Borgnine’s Acting Career
Talking about Ernest Borgnine’s profession, Ernest’s film acting career started in 1951 when he got a role in China Corsair. Following this, he even made his appearances in The Whistle at Eaton Falls and The Mob in the same year. Moreover, Ernest went on to give a great account of himself in films. Earlier, in 1955, he became a name to reckon with after he did Marty that year.
By the time Ernest appeared in his last movie, The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez in 2012. Moreover, Ernest made his appearances in more than 150 films. Also, he appeared in more than 60 TV productions including McHale’s Navy (1962 to 1966), ER (2009), and Love’s Christmas Journey (2011).
In more than six decades of film and television career, Ernest gave several stellar performances. However, Ernest’s best came through the American romantic drama, ‘Marty’ in 1953. The film that he played was a titular role of an Italian American butcher who constantly gets harassed by family and friends for his bachelorhood.
How Much Is Ernest Borgnine’s Salary & Net Worth?
Ernest Borgnine makes a huge amount of money throughout his career. Moreover, most of the earning came from movies, TV series and also from Navy service.
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A lot of things may be argued about him. Nevertheless, it will be agreed that he was hardworking, talented, and ultimately successful. Through his acting contribution in the film industry for more than six decades, he left behind a net worth estimated to be around $15 Million as of January 2019.
Lifetime Accomplishments & Awards Of Ernest Borgnine
In 1997, Ernest Borgnine was honored with the Lone Sailor Award. Also, in 2007, he received the California Commendation Medal. Moreover, Ernest twice got nominated for Golden Globe Awards, winning it once for his Oscar-winning performance in ‘Marty’. Even Ernest won a BAFTA for the same.
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"Marty" Directed by Delbert Mann, Written by Paddy Chayefsky, Starring Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair, Joe Mantell, Esther Minciotti, Augusta Ciolli, Karen Steele, and Jerry Paris. This Film achieved many things not just critical acclaim but also turning out to be a hit in the box office, which not many including it's Producers and the studio behind it thought would be possible. "Marty" may seem like a movie about an average Joe or in this case a man named Marty who is a butcher but is middle aged who is constantly reminded of how he is still not married yet or have any kids either. Eventually Marty is persuaded to go to a local dance and meets a woman who ironically ends up having a lot in common with him. They end up spending the whole night together just getting to know each other and how similar they are to each other. Although this may be a short Film at roughly an hour and a half more or less, it still is a satisfying story and with Ernest Borgnine who plays a lovable character, his performance just brings the movie together. And through the heartache of moments at time throughout the Film that may seem sad, it's truly heart breaking that makes you feel for the character and maybe like somebody you might know which only further makes the character more real. But things end up turning out just fine to say the least. The Film won 4 Oscars which were for Best Picture, Best Director for Delbert Mann, Best Actor for Ernest Borgnine and Best Screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky which was Chayefsky's first of three Oscar wins. This Film is without a doubt worth seeing and if you have a chance to watch it I highly recommend it. I hope you enjoy the review and more importantly I hope you enjoy the Film.
Moreover, he was nominated for an Emmy Award four times in various categories. Later, in 2009, he won the Lifetime Achievement Award in Rhode Island International Film Festival. In 2011, Ernest won Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award. Other than films and television, he received his 50-year pin as a Freemason in Abingdon Lodge No. 48, Abingdon, Virginia. In 1991, Ernest had received the Grand Cross of the Court of Honour. Moreover, a heavy smoker until 1962, he gave up smoking altogether and became a militant anti-smoker.
Who Is Ernest Borgnine’s Wife? Want To Know About His Marriage
Coming up to Ernest Borgnine’s personal life, in his lifetime, Ernest was not only married five times. But, among those with the shortest marriages in Hollywood considering Ernest’s marriage with his third wife, Ethel Merman in 1964 which only lasted for 42 days. The first woman Ernest got married to was Rhoda Kemins in 1949. Moreover, the marriage produced a daughter, Nancee who was born in 1952. Besides, the duo ended their marriage relationship in 1958 with a divorce.
The next year, Ernest married actress Katy Jurado but this union did not last beyond 1963 when it also ended with divorce. It was after this marriage that Ernest tied the knot with the famous American singer Ethel Merman. With his spouse Ethel, he used to have a lot of misunderstanding which later led the couple to their separation. Later, she even wrote her marriage story in her autobiography, Merman (1978).
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#DelPuñoyLetra de #ErnestBorgnine A Ernest Borgnine se le conoció en #México por dos cosas, porque fue el esposo de la actriz #KatyJurado y por sus películas. Un hombre fuerte, de apariencia tosca y algunas versiones aseguran que esa rudeza que imprimía a sus personajes, lo llevaba a su vida personal. Ernest Borgnine nació en Hamden, Connecticut. Su madre, una inmigrante de origen italiano, fue quien lo alentó a probar suerte como #actor, porque veía en él posibilidades derivadas de su recia personalidad. Haciéndole caso a su mamá, el joven Borgnine estudió arte dramático y logra debutar como actor en 1949, en #Broadway, en la obra de teatro “Harvey”. Pero es hasta 1953 cuando su carrera toma un rumbo definitivo al participar en la película “De aquí a la eternidad”, al lado de #FrankSinatra. Los productores ven entonces en Ernest el surgimiento de una nueva figura y él, por su parte, define la personalidad que lo acompañará a lo largo de su carrera, la del hombre rudo que le abrirá muchas oportunidades de trabajo en #Hollywood. ¿Quién no lo recuerda en “Demetrio el gladiador”, compartiendo créditos con los astros hollywoodenses Víctor Mature y Susan Hayward?, o “Los Vikingos”, con Kirk Douglas y ni qué decir de “Doce del patíbulo”, con Lee Marvin, cintas clásicas que fueron éxito en la pantalla grande y que siguen acaparando la atención del público mexicano cada vez que se transmiten por televisión. Pero, “La aventura del Poseidón” es uno de los filmes en que quizá más presente tenga en su memoria el público mexicano, por el papel del detective “gruñón” llamado Mike Romo que interpretó y quien a lo largo de la historia se la pasa discutiendo con #GeneHackman. Esta figura del #cine mundial dedicó algunas líneas a #PECIME. . . . . . . . . . . . . #cine #cinema #cinemagraph #cinematography #cinefilo #cinefilos #cinemalover #actor #actors
After the divorce was finalized, Ernest tied the knot with Donna Rancourt in 1965. The duo shared three children; Sharon (born in 1965), Christopher (born in 1969), and Diana (born in 1970). Unfortunately, the relationship didn’t take for last and the marriage ended in 1972. That same year, he got married to the woman who was taken as his last wife, Tova Traesnaes. The couple remained together until the death of Borgnine.
When And How Did Ernest Borgnine Die?
At the age of 95, the legendary gap-toothed actor, Ernest Borgnine died on July 8, 2012, in Los Angeles. The reason behind his death was sudden kidney failure.
A few days before then, Ernest went to the hospital for a routine check-up, but as he joked, it turned out to be something more serious. Besides, Ernest’s funeral was surrounded by his publicist Harry Flynn and family members.