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Charles B. Fitzsimons

Highest Rated: 91% Titanic (1953)

Lowest Rated: 79% Batman (1966)

Birthday: May 8, 1924

Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland

Actor and producer Charles B. Fitzsimons's most famous role took place far from the public limelight. As executive director of the Producers Guild of America (PGA) from 1981 until 1999, he had a great influence on the organization's expansion into one of Hollywood's most active and powerful guilds. In the middle of his long tenure, he was rewarded in 1989 with a lifetime membership. The younger brother of actress Maureen O'Hara, he got the chance to work with her on screen in "The Quiet Man," the beloved 1952 romantic comedy starring John Wayne. As a producer, his credits were all over the map. Before Fitzsimons died in 2001, he helped oversee the original TV series "Batman," a number of episodes of the mid-1980s "Casablanca" TV re-imagining starring David Soul, and another offshoot series a decade earlier based on the Dean Martin film series "Matt Helm." Fitzsimons's longest producing gigs were for the psychic nanny comedy "Nanny and the Professor" (54 episodes) and the Amazonian heroine series "The New Adventures of Wonder Woman" (46 episodes).

Highest rated movies

The Last Hurrah



No Score Yet No Score Yet Children of Divorce Producer - 1980
No Score Yet No Score Yet Cover Girls Producer - 1977
No Score Yet No Score Yet Conspiracy of Terror Producer - 1975
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Red Badge of Courage Producer - 1974
79% 62% Batman Associate Producer - 1966
86% 34% The Deadly Companions Producer - 1962
86% 81% The Last Hurrah Kevin McCluskey (uncredited) (Character) - 1958
No Score Yet 33% Captain Lightfoot Dan Shanley (Character) - 1955
91% 66% Titanic Chief Officer Wilde (Character) - 1953


No Score Yet No Score Yet Wonder Woman Producer 1977-1979
No Score Yet No Score Yet Nanny and the Professor Executive Producer 1970-1971