Rod Steiger

Rod Steiger

Gender: Male
Known for: Acting
Birthday: 1925-04-14
Deathday: 2002-07-09 (77 years old)

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Biography

Rodney Stephen "Rod" Steiger (; April 14, 1925 – July 9, 2002) was an American actor, noted for his portrayal of offbeat, often volatile and crazed characters. Cited as "one of Hollywood's most charismatic and dynamic stars," he is closely associated with the art of method acting, embodying the characters he played, which at times led to clashes with directors and co-stars. He starred as Marlon Brando's mobster brother Charley in On the Waterfront (1954), the title character Sol Nazerman in The Pawnbroker (1964), and as police chief Bill Gillespie opposite Sidney Poitier in the film In the Heat of the Night (1967) which won him the Academy Award for Best Actor.Steiger was born in Westhampton, New York, the son of a vaudevillian. He had a difficult childhood, with an alcoholic mother from whom he ran away at the age of 16. After serving in the South Pacific Theater during World War II, he began his acting career with television roles in 1947, and went on to garner critical acclaim for his portrayal of the main character in the teleplay "Marty" (1953). He made his stage debut in 1946, in a production of Curse you, Jack Dalton! at the Civic Repertory Theatre of Newark, and subsequently appeared in productions such as An Enemy of the People (1950), Clifford Odets's Night Music (1951), Seagulls Over Sorrento (1952) and Rashomon (1959).Steiger made his film debut in Fred Zinnemann's Teresa in 1951, and subsequently appeared in films such as The Big Knife (1955), Oklahoma! (1955), Jubal (1956), Across the Bridge (1957) and Al Capone (1959). After Steiger's performance in The Pawnbroker in 1964, in which he played an embittered Jewish Holocaust survivor working as a pawnbroker in New York City, he portrayed an opportunistic Russian politician in David Lean's Doctor Zhivago (1965). In the Heat of the Night (1967) won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor for Steiger, who was lauded for his performance as a Mississippi police chief who learns to respect an African-American officer (Poitier) as they search for a killer. The following year, he played a serial killer of many guises in No Way to Treat a Lady.During the 1970s, Steiger increasingly turned to European productions in his search for more demanding roles. He portrayed Napoleon Bonaparte in Waterloo (1970), a Mexican bandit in Sergio Leone's Duck, You Sucker! (1971), Benito Mussolini in Last Days of Mussolini (1975), and ended the decade playing a disturbed priest in The Amityville Horror (1979). By the 1980s, heart problems and depression took its toll on Steiger's career, and he found it difficult to find employment, agreeing to appear in low-budget B movies. One of his final roles was as judge H. Lee Sarokin in the prison drama The Hurricane (1999), which reunited him with In the Heat of the Night director Norman Jewison. Steiger was married five times, and had a daughter, opera singer Anna Steiger, and a son, Michael Steiger. He died of pneumonia and kidney failure as a result of complications from surgery for a gall bladder tumor on July 9, 2002, aged 77, in Los Angeles, and was survived by his fifth wife Joan Benedict Steiger.

Personal Life

Steiger was married five times: he married actress Sally Gracie (1952–1958), actress Claire Bloom (1959–1969), secretary Sherry Nelson (1973–1979), singer Paula Ellis (1986–1997) and actress Joan Benedict Steiger (married 2000 until his death). He had a daughter, opera singer Anna Steiger (born in 1960) by Bloom, and a son, Michael Steiger (born in 1993), from his marriage to Ellis. In an interview with journalist Kenneth Passingham, Steiger stated that Bloom was "all I ever wanted in a woman", and that "maybe our marriage was better than most because we were both established when we met". The couple bought a home in Malibu, California, a community that appealed to Steiger but which Bloom found boring. They also purchased an apartment in Manhattan and a cottage in County Galway, in close proximity to John Huston's home. Financial considerations led Steiger to sell their New York apartment in the mid-1970s. It upset him greatly when his marriage with Bloom ended in 1969 and that she quickly remarried Broadway producer Hillard Elkins the same year, a man whom Steiger had entrusted to care for her while he was away shooting Waterloo. Steiger was also close friends with actress Elizabeth Taylor.Steiger was outspoken on McCarthyism. He was particularly critical of Charlton Heston's stance on weapons, and publicly referred to him as "America's favorite fascist". In one clash in a column in the Los Angeles Times, Steiger responded to a letter sent by Heston saying that he was shocked that the American Film Institute had not honored Elia Kazan because of his testimony to the Un-American Activities Committee. Steiger wrote that he was "appalled, appalled, appalled" at actors and writers who had been forced to drive cabs because they were blacklisted and had even committed suicide as a result. Heston did not reply.Steiger suffered from depression throughout much of his life. He described himself as "incapacitated for about eight years with clinical depression" before his Oscar win for In The Heat of the Night. His career problems from the 1970s onwards were often exacerbated by health issues. He underwent open-heart surgery in 1976 and again in 1979 and struggled with obesity, though certain roles, such as Napoleon, required him to intentionally gain weight. After the decline of his third marriage in 1979, a deep depression, partly a side effect of his surgery, negatively affected his career during the 1980s. He became increasingly reclusive during this period, often confining himself to his apartment, watching American football for several hours. He said of the experience: "You begin to lose self-esteem. You don't walk, you don't shave and if no one was watching you'd go to the bathroom right where you were sitting". He would lie in bed at night thinking, "You'll never act again. Why bother? You're no good". Despite these challenges, Steiger continued to act into the 1990s and early 2000s. In one of his final interviews, he stated that there was a stigma wrongfully attached to sufferers of depression and that it was caused by a chemical imbalance, not a mental disease. He commented: "Pain must never be a source of shame. It's a part of life, it's part of humanity."

Early Life

Steiger was born on April 14, 1925, in Westhampton, New York, the only child of Lorraine (née Driver) and Frederick Steiger, of French, Scottish and German descent. Rod was raised as a Lutheran. He never knew his father, a vaudevillian who had been part of a travelling song-and-dance team with Steiger's mother, but was told that he was a handsome Latino-looking man, who was a talented musician and dancer. Biographer Tom Hutchinson describes him as a "shadowy, fugitive figure," one who "haunted" Rod throughout his life and was an "invisible presence and unseen influence."Hutchinson described Steiger's mother as "plump, energetic and small, with long auburn hair." She had a good singing voice and nearly became a Hollywood actress, but after a leg surgery permanently impaired her walking ability, she gave up acting and turned to alcohol. As a result, she quit show business and moved away from Westhampton to raise her son. They moved through several towns, including Irvington and Bloomfield, before settling in Newark, New Jersey. Her alcoholism caused Steiger much embarrassment, and the family was frequently mocked by other children and their parents within the community. At the age of five he was sexually abused by a pedophile who lured him in with a butterfly collection. Steiger said of his troubled family background: "If you had the choice of having the childhood you experienced, with your alcoholic mother and being the famous actor you are today, or having a loving, secure childhood and not being famous, which would you take? A loving, secure childhood in a New York minute". During the last 11 years of her life, Steiger's mother stayed sober and regularly attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Steiger recalled: "I was so proud of her. She turned herself around. She came alive again".During his childhood, and owing to his considerable strength and bulk, Steiger became known as "The Rock". Despite being mocked over his mother's alcoholism, he was a popular figure at school and an able softball player. He displayed an interest in writing poetry and acting during his adolescent years, and appeared in several school plays while at West Side High School in Newark. Tired of fighting with his mother, he ran away from home at age sixteen to join the United States Navy during World War II.He enlisted on May 11, 1942, and received his training at the U.S. Naval Training Station in Newport, Rhode Island. He joined the newly commissioned USS Taussig (DD-746) on May 20, 1944. While serving as a torpedoman on destroyers, he saw action in the South Pacific, including the Battle of Iwo Jima. Steiger later commented: "I loved the Navy. I was stupid enough to think I was being heroic." His experiences during the war haunted him for the rest of his life, particularly the loss of Americans during the Battle of Iwo Jima, as well as the sinking of vessels by the Taussig which were known to have women and children aboard. On December 17, 1944, off the coast of Luzon in the Philippines, Steiger and the Taussig encountered a severe typhoon, which became known as Halsey's Typhoon, with winds reaching one hundred knots (115 mph) and 80 foot (24 m) waves. As a result, three U.S. destroyers were lost, but the Taussig survived, with Steiger tying a rope to himself on deck and flattening himself as waves engulfed the ship.After the war, the GI Bill paid for his rent at a room on West 81st Street in New York City, an income of just over $100 a month, and four years of schooling. He initially found a job oiling machines and washing floors. He decided to attend a drama class, primarily because of its membership of attractive young women. Known as the Civil Service Little Theater group, it was conducted by the Office of Dependants and Beneficiaries, where he was employed at the time. This led him to start a two-year course at the New School for Social Research, run by German émigré Erwin Piscator. During one audition, Steiger was cast after barely uttering a few words, the director exclaiming he had a "fresh, wonderful quality." Another talented pupil at the time was Walter Matthau, who dubbed the institution "The Neurotic School for Sexual Research." Steiger was surprised to discover his own talent as an actor, and he was encouraged to pursue further studies at the Dramatic Workshop. One of the main reasons he wanted to be an actor was to regain public respect for his family name, which had so humiliated him during childhood. Another important factor was his belief that he did not "have the temperament for a regular job", and would have ended up a miserable, violent alcoholic. His only role model as an actor was Paul Muni, who he thought was "the greatest," though he also had a deep respect for French actor Harry Baur and, according to biographer Hutchinson, he admired Charlie Chaplin "to the point of adoration."

Filmography

All 145

Movies 119

TV shows 26

Self 12

Narrator 2

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And the Oscar Goes To... (2014)

And the Oscar Goes To... (2014)

Movie
Self
The Real James Dean (2006)

The Real James Dean (2006)

Movie
Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust (2004)

Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust (2004)

Movie
Pvt. O'Meara (archive footage)
The Men Who Made the Movies: Samuel Fuller (2002)

The Men Who Made the Movies: Samuel Fuller (2002)

Movie
Nick
Poolhall Junkies (2002)

Poolhall Junkies (2002)

Movie
Actor
Muhammad Ali - Through The Eyes Of The World (2001)

Muhammad Ali - Through The Eyes Of The World (2001)

Movie
Self / Charley 'The Gent' Malloy
Contender: Mastering the Method (2001)

Contender: Mastering the Method (2001)

Movie
Floyd Benson
The Hollywood Sign (2001)

The Hollywood Sign (2001)

Movie
Charley McCabe
A Month of Sundays (2001)

A Month of Sundays (2001)

Movie
Ben
The Flying Dutchman (2001)

The Flying Dutchman (2001)

Movie
Johnny Ticotin
Body and Soul (2000)

Body and Soul (2000)

Movie
Sheri Ganse
The Last Producer (2000)

The Last Producer (2000)

Movie
Ahab
Animated Epics: Moby Dick (2000)

Animated Epics: Moby Dick (2000)

Movie
Father Kovak
End of Days (1999)

End of Days (1999)

Movie
6.13
Judge Louis Mead
Crazy in Alabama (1999)

Crazy in Alabama (1999)

Movie
Judge Sarokin
The Hurricane (1999)

The Hurricane (1999)

Movie
2.67
Self
The Directors (1999)

The Directors (1999)

TV show
Woodrow McCammon
Cypress Edge (1999)

Cypress Edge (1999)

Movie
Dr. Frederick Van Helsing
Modern Vampires (1998)

Modern Vampires (1998)

Movie
Sadler
Legacy (1998)

Legacy (1998)

Movie
The Heaven and Earth Show (1998)

The Heaven and Earth Show (1998)

TV show
Fontina
Animals with the Tollkeeper (1998)

Animals with the Tollkeeper (1998)

Movie
Narrator
Kingdom of Shadows (1998)

Kingdom of Shadows (1998)

Movie
Milton A. Donovan
Incognito (1997)

Incognito (1997)

Movie
Tony Vago
Truth or Consequences, N.M. (1997)

Truth or Consequences, N.M. (1997)

Movie
Narrator
Breakout (1997)

Breakout (1997)

TV show
Harry Sloan
The Kid (1997)

The Kid (1997)

Movie
General Decker
Mars Attacks! (1996)

Mars Attacks! (1996)

Movie
6.2
The President
Captain Nuke and the Bomber Boys (1996)

Captain Nuke and the Bomber Boys (1996)

Movie
Doc Wallace
Shiloh (1996)

Shiloh (1996)

Movie
5.83
Little Surprises (1996)

Little Surprises (1996)

Movie
Mr. Hammerman
Carpool (1996)

Carpool (1996)

Movie
John Wesley Northridge II
Dalva (1996)

Dalva (1996)

Movie
Victor
The Real Thing (1996)

The Real Thing (1996)

Movie
Col. Buck Gunner
Out There (1995)

Out There (1995)

Movie
Col. Owen Stuart
In Pursuit of Honor (1995)

In Pursuit of Honor (1995)

Movie
Anthony Comstock
Choices of the Heart: The Margaret Sanger Story (1995)

Choices of the Heart: The Margaret Sanger Story (1995)

Movie
Boroda
OP Center (1995)

OP Center (1995)

Movie
Benjamin
Seven Sundays (1995)

Seven Sundays (1995)

Movie
Himself
James Dean and Me (1995)

James Dean and Me (1995)

Movie
Joe Leon
The Specialist (1994)

The Specialist (1994)

Movie
6.4
General Frank W. Zane
The Last Tattoo (1994)

The Last Tattoo (1994)

Movie
The Critic (1994)

The Critic (1994)

TV show
4.67
Dr. Myron Hatch
The Neighbor (1993)

The Neighbor (1993)

Movie
Bookshop Owner
Tales of the City (1993)

Tales of the City (1993)

TV show
Self
From Hollywood to Hanoi (1993)

From Hollywood to Hanoi (1993)

Movie
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant (voice)
Lincoln (1992)

Lincoln (1992)

Movie
Salvatore 'Sam' 'Momo' Giancana
Sinatra (1992)

Sinatra (1992)

TV show
Earth and the American Dream (1992)

Earth and the American Dream (1992)

Movie
Self
The American Gangster (1992)

The American Gangster (1992)

Movie
Rod Steiger
The Player (1992)

The Player (1992)

Movie
4.71
The Final Contract (1992)

The Final Contract (1992)

Movie
Richter Prescott
Tennessee Nights (1991)

Tennessee Nights (1991)

Movie
The Commish (1991)

The Commish (1991)

TV show
6
Gordon Kahl
In the Line of Duty: Manhunt in the Dakotas (1991)

In the Line of Duty: Manhunt in the Dakotas (1991)

Movie
Rev. Willin
The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (1991)

The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (1991)

Movie
Kallin
Guilty As Charged (1991)

Guilty As Charged (1991)

Movie
Charlie D'Amico
Men of Respect (1990)

Men of Respect (1990)

Movie
Captain Tenille (voice)
The Simpsons (1989)

The Simpsons (1989)

TV show
6.2
Sir Harry Oakes
Passion and Paradise (1989)

Passion and Paradise (1989)

Movie
Mayor Eamon Flynn
The January Man (1989)

The January Man (1989)

Movie
That Summer of White Roses (1989)

That Summer of White Roses (1989)

Movie
Silas Slaten
Desperado: Avalanche at Devil's Ridge (1988)

Desperado: Avalanche at Devil's Ridge (1988)

Movie
Jason Hannibal
Catch the Heat (1987)

Catch the Heat (1987)

Movie
Pa
American Gothic (1987)

American Gothic (1987)

Movie
Dr. Phillip Lloyd
The Kindred (1987)

The Kindred (1987)

Movie
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Mordechai Samuels
Sword of Gideon (1986)

Sword of Gideon (1986)

Movie
Oliver Easterne
Hollywood Wives (1985)

Hollywood Wives (1985)

TV show
Professor David Sokarev
The Glory Boys (1984)

The Glory Boys (1984)

TV show
Lt. McGreavy
The Naked Face (1984)

The Naked Face (1984)

Movie
Robert E. Peary
Cook & Peary: The Race to the Pole (1983)

Cook & Peary: The Race to the Pole (1983)

Movie
Self
James Bond: The First 21 Years (1983)

James Bond: The First 21 Years (1983)

Movie
Mynheer Peperkorn
The Magic Mountain (1982)

The Magic Mountain (1982)

Movie
Reb Saunders
The Chosen (1981)

The Chosen (1981)

Movie
Tilghman
Cattle Annie and Little Britches (1981)

Cattle Annie and Little Britches (1981)

Movie
Benito Mussolini
Lion of the Desert (1981)

Lion of the Desert (1981)

Movie
Colonel Gluck
The Lucky Star (1980)

The Lucky Star (1980)

Movie
Charlie
Wolf Lake (1980)

Wolf Lake (1980)

Movie
Soapy Smith
Klondike Fever (1980)

Klondike Fever (1980)

Movie
Father Delaney
The Amityville Horror (1979)

The Amityville Horror (1979)

Movie
5.12
Max Andreotti
Portrait of a Hitman (1979)

Portrait of a Hitman (1979)

Movie
Joe Bomposa
Love and Bullets (1979)

Love and Bullets (1979)

Movie
Gen. Webster
Breakthrough (1979)

Breakthrough (1979)

Movie
Senator Madison
F.I.S.T. (1978)

F.I.S.T. (1978)

Movie
Pontius Pilate
Jesus of Nazareth (1977)

Jesus of Nazareth (1977)

TV show
W.C. Fields
W.C. Fields and Me (1976)

W.C. Fields and Me (1976)

Movie
Niall Hennessy
Hennessy (1975)

Hennessy (1975)

Movie
Louis Wormser
Innocents with Dirty Hands (1975)

Innocents with Dirty Hands (1975)

Movie
Benito Mussolini
The Last Four Days (1974)

The Last Four Days (1974)

Movie
Gene Giannini
Lucky Luciano (1973)

Lucky Luciano (1973)

Movie
Self
The American Film Institute Salute to ... (1973)

The American Film Institute Salute to ... (1973)

TV show
Guenther von Lutz
The Heroes (1973)

The Heroes (1973)

Movie
Laban Feather
Lolly-Madonna XXX (1973)

Lolly-Madonna XXX (1973)

Movie
Harold Ryan
Happy Birthday, Wanda June (1971)

Happy Birthday, Wanda June (1971)

Movie
Juan Miranda
Duck, You Sucker (1971)

Duck, You Sucker (1971)

Movie
4.75
Vincenzo Fortelli
Columbo (1971)

Columbo (1971)

TV show
5.78
Napoleon Bonaparte
Waterloo (1970)

Waterloo (1970)

Movie
Steve Howard
Three Into Two Won't Go (1969)

Three Into Two Won't Go (1969)

Movie
Carl
The Illustrated Man (1969)

The Illustrated Man (1969)

Movie
Self
Tattooed Steiger (1969)

Tattooed Steiger (1969)

Movie
MSgt. Albert Callan
The Sergeant (1968)

The Sergeant (1968)

Movie
Christopher Gill
No Way to Treat a Lady (1968)

No Way to Treat a Lady (1968)

Movie
The General
The Girl and the General (1967)

The Girl and the General (1967)

Movie
Chief Bill Gillespie
In the Heat of the Night (1967)

In the Heat of the Night (1967)

Movie
5.08
Komarovsky
Doctor Zhivago (1965)

Doctor Zhivago (1965)

Movie
1
The Intermediary
A Man Named John (1965)

A Man Named John (1965)

Movie
Mr. Joyboy
The Loved One (1965)

The Loved One (1965)

Movie
Sol Nazerman
The Pawnbroker (1965)

The Pawnbroker (1965)

Movie
Leo
Time of Indifference (1964)

Time of Indifference (1964)

Movie
Edoardo Nottola
Hands over the City (1963)

Hands over the City (1963)

Movie
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963)

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963)

TV show
Destroyer Commander
The Longest Day (1962)

The Longest Day (1962)

Movie
1
Tiptoes
Convicts 4 (1962)

Convicts 4 (1962)

Movie
Detective Sergeant Pete Koleski
13 West Street (1962)

13 West Street (1962)

Movie
Ben Casey (1961)

Ben Casey (1961)

TV show
4.75
Doctor McNally
The Mark (1961)

The Mark (1961)

Movie
Frank Morgan
On Friday at Eleven (1961)

On Friday at Eleven (1961)

Movie
Route 66 (1960)

Route 66 (1960)

TV show
Paul Mason
Seven Thieves (1960)

Seven Thieves (1960)

Movie
Al Capone
Al Capone (1959)

Al Capone (1959)

Movie
Paul Hoplin
Cry Terror! (1958)

Cry Terror! (1958)

Movie
Frank Marre
Suspicion (1957)

Suspicion (1957)

TV show
O'Meara
Run of the Arrow (1957)

Run of the Arrow (1957)

Movie
Carl Schaffner
Across the Bridge (1957)

Across the Bridge (1957)

Movie
Paul Hochen
The Unholy Wife (1957)

The Unholy Wife (1957)

Movie
Vasquel
Back from Eternity (1956)

Back from Eternity (1956)

Movie
Nick Benko
The Harder They Fall (1956)

The Harder They Fall (1956)

Movie
2
'Pinky' Pinkum
Jubal (1956)

Jubal (1956)

Movie
Maj. Allan Guillion
The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (1955)

The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (1955)

Movie
Stanley Shriner Hoff
The Big Knife (1955)

The Big Knife (1955)

Movie
Jud Fry
Oklahoma! (1955)

Oklahoma! (1955)

Movie
2
Charley Malloy
On the Waterfront (1954)

On the Waterfront (1954)

Movie
5.38
Marty Pilletti
Marty (1953)

Marty (1953)

Movie
Peter
Tales of Tomorrow: The Evil Within (1953)

Tales of Tomorrow: The Evil Within (1953)

Movie
Self
The Oscars (1953)

The Oscars (1953)

TV show
Bruno Holder
General Electric Theater (1953)

General Electric Theater (1953)

TV show
Actor
Out There (1951)

Out There (1951)

TV show
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)

Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)

TV show
Tales of Tomorrow (1951)

Tales of Tomorrow (1951)

TV show
Frank
Teresa (1951)

Teresa (1951)

Movie
Victor Honegger
Lux Video Theatre (1950)

Lux Video Theatre (1950)

TV show
Suspense (1949)

Suspense (1949)

TV show
Marty Pilletti
The Philco Television Playhouse (1948)

The Philco Television Playhouse (1948)

TV show
Self - Onstage Bow / Self / Character in scene from 'Rashomon'
The Ed Sullivan Show (1948)

The Ed Sullivan Show (1948)

TV show
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MGM 40th Anniversary

MGM 40th Anniversary

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Information

Known for
Acting

Gender
Male

Birthday
1925-04-14

Deathday
2002-07-09 (77 years old)

Place of birth
New York City, United States of America

Relationships
Claire Bloom (1959-01-01 - 1969-01-01), Joan Benedict Steiger (2000-01-01 - 2002-07-09), Sherry Nelson (1973-01-01 - 1979-01-01), Sally Gracie (1952-01-01 - 1958-01-01), Paula Ellis (1986-01-01 - 1997-01-01)

Citizenships
United States of America

Awards
star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actor, Silver Bear for Best Actor, Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama, Academy Award for Best Actor

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4 Movies
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3 Movies
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4 Movies
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3 Movies
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2 Movies
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Eli Wallach
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3 Movies
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3 Movies
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2 Movies
1 TV shows
Clegg Hoyt
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Clegg Hoyt worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Sandy Kenyon
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Sandy Kenyon worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Fred J. Koenekamp
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Fred J. Koenekamp worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Edith Head
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Edith Head worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Ennio Morricone
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Ennio Morricone worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Lynn Stalmaster
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Lynn Stalmaster worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Johnny Cash
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Johnny Cash worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
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Bette Midler worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
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Hans Christian Blech worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
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Stuart Whitman worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
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Rod Steiger
Steve Forrest worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Claire Bloom
Rod Steiger
Claire Bloom worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
James Dean
Rod Steiger
James Dean worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Wesley Addy
Rod Steiger
Wesley Addy worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Anne Bancroft
Rod Steiger
Anne Bancroft worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Jason Robards
Rod Steiger
Jason Robards worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Danny Elfman
Rod Steiger
Danny Elfman worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Jack Kruschen
Rod Steiger
Jack Kruschen worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Julie Harris
Rod Steiger
Julie Harris worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Kirk Douglas
Rod Steiger
Kirk Douglas worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Sidney Lumet
Rod Steiger
Sidney Lumet worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Sydney Pollack
Rod Steiger
Sydney Pollack worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Fred Zinnemann
Rod Steiger
Fred Zinnemann worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Steve Allen
Rod Steiger
Steve Allen worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
John Debney
Rod Steiger
John Debney worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Sally Kirkland
Rod Steiger
Sally Kirkland worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Anthony Quinn
Rod Steiger
Anthony Quinn worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Susan Sarandon
Rod Steiger
Susan Sarandon worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Kevin Pollak
Rod Steiger
Kevin Pollak worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Kevin McCarthy
Rod Steiger
Kevin McCarthy worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Paul Dooley
Rod Steiger
Paul Dooley worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Olympia Dukakis
Rod Steiger
Olympia Dukakis worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 TV shows
Eva Marie Saint
Rod Steiger
Eva Marie Saint worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Gene Hackman
Rod Steiger
Gene Hackman worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Michael York
Rod Steiger
Michael York worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Dustin Hoffman
Rod Steiger
Dustin Hoffman worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Paul Newman
Rod Steiger
Paul Newman worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
E.G. Marshall
Rod Steiger
E.G. Marshall worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Peter Falk
Rod Steiger
Peter Falk worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Shelley Winters
Rod Steiger
Shelley Winters worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Jill St. John
Rod Steiger
Jill St. John worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Ed Begley Jr.
Rod Steiger
Ed Begley Jr. worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Roger Moore
Rod Steiger
Roger Moore worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Stacy Keach
Rod Steiger
Stacy Keach worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
James Coburn
Rod Steiger
James Coburn worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Murray Hamilton
Rod Steiger
Murray Hamilton worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Charlton Heston
Rod Steiger
Charlton Heston worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Sal Mineo
Rod Steiger
Sal Mineo worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Kim Hunter
Rod Steiger
Kim Hunter worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Ian McShane
Rod Steiger
Ian McShane worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 TV shows
Robert Ryan
Rod Steiger
Robert Ryan worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Ralph Meeker
Rod Steiger
Ralph Meeker worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Charles Bronson
Rod Steiger
Charles Bronson worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Larry Gates
Rod Steiger
Larry Gates worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Scott Wilson
Rod Steiger
Scott Wilson worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Martin Landau
Rod Steiger
Martin Landau worked together with Rod Steiger in:
1 Movie
2 TV show
Sidney Poitier
Rod Steiger
Sidney Poitier worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Jeff Goldblum
Rod Steiger
Jeff Goldblum worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Steven Spielberg
Rod Steiger
Steven Spielberg worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Rod Steiger
Arnold Schwarzenegger worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Sylvester Stallone
Rod Steiger
Sylvester Stallone worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Whoopi Goldberg
Rod Steiger
Whoopi Goldberg worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Michael Talbott
Rod Steiger
Michael Talbott worked together with Rod Steiger in:
3 Movies
Lalo Schifrin
Rod Steiger
Lalo Schifrin worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Anthony Hopkins
Rod Steiger
Anthony Hopkins worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Martin Balsam
Rod Steiger
Martin Balsam worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Joe Mantegna
Rod Steiger
Joe Mantegna worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
Michael V. Gazzo
Rod Steiger
Michael V. Gazzo worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
James Caan
Rod Steiger
James Caan worked together with Rod Steiger in:
2 Movies
1 TV shows
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