The Tragic Ending Of George C. Scott – What Really Happened to Patton star?
The mini real story of George C. Scott. Scott continued to maintain a prominent stage career even as his film star waned, and by the end of his career he’d accrued five Tony nominations, including four for Best Actor in a Play, earning his final nomination for playing Henry Drummond in the 1996 Broadway revival of Inherit the Wind. He directed several of his own films and plays, and often collaborated with his wives Colleen Dewhurst and Trish Van Devere. Scott received another Tony nomination for his performance as Henry Drummond in a revival of Inherit the Wind (1996). In the latter play, he had to miss many performances due to illness, with his role being taken over by National Actors Theatre artistic director Tony Randall. In 1996, he received an honorary Drama Desk Award for a lifetime devotion to theatre.
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