Karl Malden

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Karl Malden

Publicity photo, c. 1950s
Born Mladen George Sekulovich
Младен Ђорђе Секуловић

March 22, 1912(1912-03-22)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Died July 1, 2009(2009-07-01) (aged 97)
Los Angeles, California
Resting place Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery
Nationality American
Education Emerson School for Visual and Performing Arts
Alma mater DePaul University
Occupation Actor
Years active 1935–2000
Home town Gary, Indiana (raised)
Spouse Mona Greenberg (1938–2009)
Children Mila Malden,
Carla Malden
Parents Petar Sekulović,
Minnie (née Sebera) Sekulovich

Karl Malden (22 March 1912 – 1 July 2009)[1] was an American actor. He worked in acting from the 1930s to 2000. He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in A Streetcar Named Desire. He was also in other classic movies, such as On the Waterfront, One-Eyed Jacks and Patton. He is perhaps best known for his role on television in the series The Streets of San Francisco during the 1970s.

He was born Mladen Sekulovich in Chicago. He grew up in Gary, Indiana.[2] His family was Serbian.[3]

At one time he served as president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Among other awards he won during his lifetime was an Emmy Award for his role in Fatal Vision. He was also given a Life Achievement Award by the Screen Actors' Guild in 2003.

Malden died in Los Angeles at the age of 97.[4]

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