Walter Thomas Huston was a Canadian actor and singer. Huston won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, directed by his son John Huston. He is the patriarch of the four generations of the Huston acting family, including his son John, grandchildren Anjelica Huston, Danny Huston, Allegra Huston, and great-grandchild Jack Huston. The family has produced three generations of Academy Award winners: Walter, his son John, and John's daughter Anjelica.
|Born:||Walter Thomas Houghston, April 5, 1883, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Died:||April 7, 1950, Beverly Hills, California, U.S.|
|Resting place:||Belmont Memorial Park|
|Relatives:||Tony Huston (grandson), Anjelica Huston (granddaughter), Danny Huston (grandson), Allegra Huston (granddaughter)|
|IMDb:||Walter Huston's IMDb|
About Walter Huston
Academy Award-winning actor who starred in Yankee Doodle Dandy in 1942 and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre in 1948. His other films include The Sign of the Cross and Julius Caesar.
Walter Huston Before Fame
He grew up in Toronto, Ontario where he did construction work while attending the Shaw School of acting.
Achievement of Walter Huston
He sang, recorded and released the Kurt Weill-Maxwell Anderson song, "September Song" for the 1938 Broadway production of Knickerbocker Holiday. The song became a bestseller.
Walter Huston Family Life
Associations of Walter Huston
He starred as Uncle Sam for John Ford's Academy Award-winning documentary, December 7th, in 1943.
Information related to Walter Huston
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- Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe (film) winners
- Best Supporting Actor Academy Award winners
- Burials in California
- Canadian expatriate male actors in the United States
- Canadian male stage actors
- Male actors from Toronto
- 20th-century Canadian male actors