Tom Tryon

Highest Rated: 91% The Longest Day (1962)
Lowest Rated: 33% The Horsemen (1971)
Birthday: Jan 14, 1926
Birthplace: Hartford, Connecticut, USA
An art major at Yale University, Tom Tryon attended the Art Student's League in New York, then studied acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse. Working both on-stage and backstage with several stock companies, Tryon began picking up TV work in the 1950s. His first burst of fame was the result of his starring stint in the Texas John Slaughter episodes of TV's Walt Disney Presents. In 1962, he was signed to a contract by producer/director Otto Preminger, who cast Tryon in the lead of the 1963 big-budgeter The Cardinal. Tryon later quit acting to become a successful novelist, specializing in gothic horror. Tom Tryon's best-selling novels include The Other, Harvest Home, and Crowned Heads, all of which were adapted to film.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
73% Fedora Screenwriter 1978
88% The Other Screenwriter Executive Producer 1972
33% The Horsemen Actor 1971
67% Johnny Got His Gun Actor 1971
No Score Yet Color Me Dead Frank Bigelow 1969
No Score Yet Winchester '73 Lin McAdam 1967
60% The Glory Guys Capt. Demas Harrod 1965
40% In Harm's Way Lt. William McConnel 1965
55% The Cardinal Stephen Fermoyle 1963
91% The Longest Day Lt. Wilson 1962
No Score Yet Moon Pilot Capt. Richmond Talbot 1962
No Score Yet The Story of Ruth Mahlon 1960
No Score Yet Geronimo's Revenge Texas John Slaughter 1960
No Score Yet Gunfight at Sandoval Actor 1959
86% I Married a Monster from Outer Space Bill Farrell 1958
No Score Yet The Unholy Wife San Sanders 1957
No Score Yet Three Violent People Cinch Saunders 1957
No Score Yet Playhouse 90 - Charley's Aunt Actor 1957

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