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Millard Fillmore

Biography

The 13th president of america, aswell as the final Whig to become president, who entered office upon the death of his predecessor, Zachary Taylor. He was a cloth-maker’s apprentice and examined rules. He also founded the School of Buffalo, which would end up being the largest condition university in NY. He presided within the Bargain of 1850, including the Fugitive Slave Action and also elevated trade with Japan. He wedded Abigail Power in Feb 1826, as well as the few had two kids together. He highly compared Abraham Lincoln through the Civil Battle, but was a solid supporter of Lincoln’s successor, Andrew Johnson, and his Reconstruction insurance policies.

Quick Facts


Full Name Millard Fillmore
Date Of Birth January 7, 1800
Died March 8, 1874, Buffalo, New York, United States
Place Of Birth Summerhill, NY
Height 1.75 m
Profession US President
Nationality American
Spouse Caroline C. Fillmore, Abigail Fillmore
Children Mary Abigail Fillmore, Millard Powers Fillmore
Parents Nathaniel Fillmore, Phoebe Millard Fillmore
Siblings Cyrus Fillmore, Almon Hopkins Fillmore, Calvin Turner Fillmore, Charles DeWitt Fillmore, Julia Harris, Olive Armstrong Johnson, Darius Ingraham Fillmore, Phoebe Maria Fillmore
Star Sign Capricorn

  • Facts
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  • Quotes
  • Trademarks
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#Fact
1Great-great-grandnephew of President Millard Fillmore.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Running Mates2000TV MovieSenator
True Rights2000Thad Whitney
The Next Best Thing2000Vernon
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy1999TV SeriesCouncilor Brody
8MM1999Butler
Office Space1999Judge
Everybody Loves Raymond1999TV SeriesWalter
Southern Man1998
Alien Avengers II1998TV MovieElder
Gods and Monsters1998Boris Karloff
The Scottish Tale1998Syd
Mike Hammer, Private Eye1997TV SeriesFather Dressler
The Big Fall1997VideoTyre
Batman & Robin1997Party Guest
Frasier1997TV SeriesIan
Power 981996Waldo Marcel
Deadly Games1996TV SeriesGene Murdock
MADtv1995TV SeriesJudge
Batman Forever1995Fisherman
Seinfeld1995TV SeriesMr. Green
Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert1993TV MovieDoc Morton
Sisters1993TV SeriesHarry Busby
Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair1993TV MovieDirector
Falling Down1993Frank (Golfer)
White Trash1992CC's father
Just My Imagination1992TV MovieGovernor
Sinatra1992TV Mini-SeriesEarl Wilson
In the Heat of the Night1991TV SeriesAttorney Mark Harris
Dead Men Don't Die1990Alex Cavanaugh
Generations1989TV SeriesHugh Gardner (1989)
The Chair1988Detective
Search for Tomorrow1986TV SeriesDr. David Glenn
Falcon Crest1984TV SeriesDr. Roderick
Remington Steele1984TV SeriesWalter Gallen
All My Children1983TV SeriesLars Bogard #3
Bye Bye Monkey1978Bar Owner
Kojak1977TV SeriesPaul Lawford
Corte marziale1973
A.A.A. Massaggiatrice bella presenza offresi...1972Enrico Graziani (as Hunt Powers)
The Assassination of Trotsky1972Lou (as Hunt Powers)
Giù la testa... hombre1971Butch Cassidy (as Hunt Powers)
And His Name Was Holy Ghost1971Foster (as Hunt Powers)
Rum Runners1971Renner (as Hunt Powers)
Down with Your Hands... You Scum!1971Django (as Hunt Powers)
Coffin Full of Dollars1971Tamayo (as Hunt Powers)
Stranger That Kneels Beside the Shadow of a Corpse1970Lazar Peacock / Sabata (as Hunt Powers)
Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End1970Sartana (as Hunt Powers)
Quel maledetto giorno d'inverno... Django e Sartana all'ultimo sangue1970Django (as Hunt Powers)
It Takes a Thief1969TV SeriesGarrison
One Life to Live1968TV SeriesDr. Ivan Kipling (1979-1982, 1985)
Halleluja for Django1967Santo / David Phaylard (as Hunt Powers)
The F.B.I.1965-1967TV SeriesAllen Cole / Woods / Defense Attorney Barker
The Man Who Never Was1966TV Series
Sugar Colt1966Dr. Tom Cooper / Rocco (as Hunt Powers)
Perry Mason1961-1966TV SeriesBruce Strickland / George Parsons / Enos Watterton / ...
12 O'Clock High1964TV SeriesLt. Ross Kinner
Gunsmoke1964TV SeriesCowboy
Another World1964TV SeriesLouis St. George (1982-1983)
Burke's Law1964TV SeriesBucky Martin
General Hospital1963TV SeriesKen Martin
Bonanza1962TV SeriesJamie Wrenn
Checkmate1961-1962TV SeriesChris Devlin
The Detectives1961TV SeriesTom Harper
One Plus One1961Bill Cannon, 'Baby' segment
Dow Hour of Great Mysteries1960TV Series
The United States Steel Hour1960TV SeriesJack Taylor
The DuPont Show of the Month1960TV SeriesDenis Eady
The Bloody Brood1959Cliff
The Edge of Night1956TV SeriesDr. Stein (1978)
Guiding Light1952TV SeriesDr. Wilson Frost (1973-1974) / John Cutter (1987)
Garlic & Gunpowder2017pre-productionBookstore Owner
Recovery Road2016TV SeriesGrandpa Joe Ashby
JOB's Daughter2016Sam Morrison
Silver Skies2016Mickey
The Secret of Joy2015ShortMerlin / Grampa
To Dust Return2015ShortMr. Owen
About Last Night2014Old Man
Mardi Gras: Spring Break2011Elderly Couple
Monk2009TV SeriesCowboy Hank
The Mentalist2009TV SeriesOther Mobster
The Unit2009TV SeriesOld Priest
It's a Wonderful Death2008ShortPresident Marshall
Being Michael Madsen2007James J. Perry
The Desert Rose2007ShortJoel Shaw
Zoey 1012007TV SeriesMr. Hodges
My Name Is Earl2006TV SeriesProsecutor
Cold Case2005TV SeriesDr. Greggs - 2005
Vendetta: No Conscience, No Mercy2004Jack McGuire
I Am Stamos2004ShortPreston
The Commission2003Allen Dulles
The District2002TV SeriesPriest
Spider-Man2002Henry Balkan
The Young and the Restless2002TV SeriesRoberto
Critical Mass2001Atty. Gen. Ames
Mockingbird Don't Sing2001Wes Standon
Friends2001TV SeriesTom
Cut2000TV ShortAlfred Carpenter (uncredited)

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The World of Gods and Monsters: A Journey with James Whale1999Video documentary short acknowledgment

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Intimate Portrait2002TV Series documentaryHimself

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2000Festival AwardBrooklyn Film FestivalOutstanding Acting (Male)True Rights (2000)


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#Quote
1[Explaining the longevity of his career] Passion and ambition. I remember when I was 10 years old, my mother took me to see Wuthering Heights (1939), and I saw Laurence Olivier on the screen. And I said to myself, "I will never do anything else in my life but that. I want to be an actor." That film changed my life as well.
2[Talking about filming Spider-Man (2002) with Sam Raimi] Willem Dafoe and 'Tobey Maguire were great to work with, and so was Sam Raimi. What a gentleman - always there for you, and so helpful. I wanted to be in Spider-Man 2 (2004) even though I was killed in the first one. I called Sam and said, "I'll dye my hair, I'll wear a wig--I'll even wear a dress. I would love to work with you again." He was so kind, but he said he couldn't bring back my character, Mr. Balkan, because he had died on screen. So that was that, but it was great to work with him.

#Trademark
1Plays dashing, debonair, suave and refined gentlemen. They are often wealthy, well-to-do doctors or CEOs.

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