The Roles of a Lifetime: Robert Duvall
When Robert Duvall landed the critical role of Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird, he’d already had nearly a dozen bit parts in TV series like Route 66, and he continued his TV work through the 1960s, even as his career was heating up with roles in seminal films like True Grit and MASH.
‘Captain Augustus McCrae’ by andrew read
'Captain Augustus McCrae' by andrew read. An original drawing of Robert Duvall as Captain Augustus Gus McCrae. Original piece is 18 x 14 inches.
Best of the West: Robert Duvall - C&I Magazine
We interview the actor on the eve of his lifetime achievement honor at the Western Heritage Awards. Robert Duvall could have been a cowboy. Of course, the millions of moviegoers and TV viewers who have seen him in such classics as Lonesome Dove, Open Range, and Broken Trail might assume that he actually is a cowboy, and has been one for most of his life. But, well, that’s why they call it acting. “I represent cowboys, as opposed to really being one,” Duvall modestly insists during a recent…
My First Time at the Oscars!
Look back at Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio, Rachel McAdams and more stars' first strolls down the Academy Awards red carpet — see the photos