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Steven Terrence „Steve“ McQueen war ein US-amerikanischer Film- und Fernsehschauspieler. Er zählte in den er und er Jahren zu den renommiertesten Filmschauspielern der USA und war in Western wie Die glorreichen Sieben, aber auch in. Steven Terrence „Steve“ McQueen (* März in Beech Grove, Marion County, Indiana; † 7. November in Ciudad Juárez, Mexiko) war ein. Steve McQueen ist der Name folgender Personen: Steve McQueen (Schauspieler) (–), US-amerikanischer Schauspieler; Steve McQueen (Regisseur). Er war einer der größten Hollywoodstars der 60er- und 70er-Jahre. Und wie in den meisten seiner Filme war Steve McQueen auch privat ein Draufgänger, der. - Erkunde Alexs Pinnwand „Steve McQueen“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Steve mcqueen, Steven mcqueen, Schauspieler. - Erkunde Sebastian Reihmanns Pinnwand „Schauspieler: Steve McQueen“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Schauspieler, Steve mcqueen. Steve McQueen starb viel zu früh im Alter von nur 50 Jahren. Aber auch Jahrzehnte Jahre nach seinem Tod zählt er immer noch zu den charismatischsten.
Steve McQueen, einer der populärsten Hollywood Schauspieler seiner Zeit, gehörte zu den Galionsfiguren dieses neuen Lebensgefühls. Seine Siege auf der. - Erkunde Sebastian Reihmanns Pinnwand „Schauspieler: Steve McQueen“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Schauspieler, Steve mcqueen. Steven Terrence „Steve“ McQueen (* März in Beech Grove, Marion County, Indiana; † 7. November in Ciudad Juárez, Mexiko) war ein.
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In reality, McQueen was conservative in his political beliefs, with a strong belief in self-help. In he had declined to participate in the March on Washington for civil rights and, in , refused to join many of his Hollywood peers in supporting Sen.
Robert F. Kennedy 's presidential campaign. McQueen accepted the part, but on one condition. He wanted a co-starring role for his then wife, Ali MacGraw.
Friedkin would not accept his conditions, and McQueen dropped out of the film. Freidkin later went on record has having regretted not accepting McQueen's conditions.
After The Towering Inferno he was offered several multi-million-dollar roles but refused them all. Turned down a role for the sequel to The Towering Inferno in Felt ill during the filming of Tom Horn , and assumed he had pneumonia.
However, towards the end of filming he began to cough up blood. On 22 December , after filming had finished, he was diagnosed with mesothelioma, which often afflicts workers in ship-building and construction industries.
As in most cases, a tumor was discovered on the outside lining of a lung, and spread to other areas of the body. Although McQueen had been a heavy smoker, which may or may not have been a contributing factor, mesothelioma itself is not a smoking-related lung disease.
While the source of his exposure has been debated, McQueen himself pointed to two likely sources, including the time when he took part in replacing asbestos-based insulation in the ship's engine room during his stint in the Marines.
He also believed he could have been exposed in his years as a film star, since soundstage insulation had also been made of asbestos. Others have suggested sources as varied as automotive brake pads and the cloth used to bandage his broken foot during the 12 hours of Sebring race in He died from two consecutive heart attacks at am on November 7, , less than 24 hours after undergoing surgery at a Mexican clinic where he went to undergo a controversial "apricot pit" therapy that is still banned in the United States to remove the malignant tumors in his stomach and lungs.
According to the doctor present at the operation, his right lung was entirely cancerous. Following the release of Bullitt , McQueen found it hilarious that he was considered the coolest celebrity by teenagers, given that he was almost 40 years old.
In November that same year he declared his support for the Vietnam War and voted for Richard Nixon in the presidential election.
Was offered the co-starring role in Breakfast at Tiffany's However, he was still under contract for his television series Wanted: Dead or Alive , which prevented him from appearing.
The role eventually went to George Peppard. Suddenly, and with no apparent warning, he vomited over McQueen's shirt and trousers.
Turned down Close Encounters of the Third Kind McQueen told director Steven Spielberg he couldn't play a character who was too emotionally oriented.
Posthumously inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers. He did not like gratuitous violence, swearing or nudity in movies.
At one point he approached playwright Samuel Beckett with an idea for filming the play "Waiting for Godot", but Becket had never heard of him.
Intended to retire after filming The Towering Inferno Turned down the starring roles in Dirty Harry and The French Connection because he didn't want to make any more cop movies after Bullitt His friend and co-star Richard Attenborough said that if McQueen had lived for longer he would have been regarded as the greatest film actor since Spencer Tracy.
British band Prefab Sprout used his name for the title of their second album, released in Due to objections from the late actor's estate, the album was issued with the alternative title of "Two Wheels Good" in the United States.
He was considered for Glenn Ford 's role in Pocketful of Miracles McFarland, Kevin Costner has named McQueen as his favorite actor, and his main influence as an actor.
He auditioned for Richard Harris ' role in Major Dundee Quigley Down Under was written for McQueen in the s. However, his health declined and he died before the producers were able to raise the necessary capital for production.
It was eventually released six years after McQueen's death, with Bryan Brown in the lead. The role eventually went to Robert Redford. McQueen and Streisand did not get along due to a clash of egos and politics and refused to appear together although, according to Streisand biographer Christopher Andersen , the two did have an affair at one point.
Kris Kristofferson and Ali MacGraw were then a considered pair, before Clint Eastwood took over as director and cast himself and Sondra Locke in the lead roles.
He had expressed interest in starring in Return of the Seven , but Yul Brynner vetoed the idea. Scott 's role in Islands in the Stream because he claimed to be completely retired from acting.
Turned down lead roles in The Victors and King Rat because he didn't want to become typecast in war movies. Turned down Ocean's 11 on the advice of his friend Hedda Hopper , who told him to be his own man rather than Frank Sinatra 's "flunky".
On March 21, , three days before his 37th birthday, he became the rd star to put his handprints and footprints on the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theater.
Turned down a role in A Bridge Too Far because he only wanted top billing roles, not all-star assembled projects. A troubled teenager, he often ran away from home, working on ships, as an oil field laborer and fairground barker.
He spent five years in a California reformatory. Had a younger paternal half sister, Terri McQueen, whom he never met. Dick Powell , head of Four Star Productions, gave the green light to McQueen's western series Wanted: Dead or Alive , but was concerned about his continuing in the lead after the pilot sold because the actor was not big or tall enough to be believable as a rough-hewn bounty hunter, and did not know how to ride a horse.
Powell changed his mind when he saw McQueen's charismatic performance in the early rushes of the show's first episode. He was a rebellious teenager, didn't get along with his stepfather and had several thefts on his record.
In later years, he referred to his stay at Chino as "the best thing that ever happened to me" and that "they straightened me out there".
After his first meeting with director Robert Wise for his first film role in Somebody Up There Likes Me , Wise referred to him as "just a kook in a beanie".
In , he appeared on the game show What's My Line Acting teacher Sanford Meisner said of the fledgling actor: "He was an original--both tough and childlike, as if he'd been through everything, but he had preserved a basic innocence".
During the scene in Bullitt in which the giant airliner taxis just above McQueen, observers were shocked that no double was used.
Asked if the producers couldn't have found a dummy, the actor wryly replied, "They did". McQueen was cremated and a memorial service was held at his home with a bi-plane flyover by his flying buddies.
There were so many flowers and cards from his fans put on his likeness at the Hollywoo Wax Museum, the wax statue had to be put in storage to prevent damage from the tributes.
He quit smoking cigarettes in , although he continued to smoke cigars. Moon had a habit of leaving his bathroom light on at night.
The light shone directly into McQueen's bedroom and kept him awake at night. After telling Moon repeatedly to turn it off without success, he took out a shotgun, blew out the light and went back to bed.
He also held a four year grudge with his next door neighbor in Brentwood, Los Angeles, James Garner , whom McQueen allegedly resented for winning the lead role in Grand Prix The two men did not speak for four years.
Was the first actor to make the transition from television star to huge box-office movie star. First wife Neile Adams had an abortion in when their marriage was on the rocks.
Several months later, then-girlfriend Barbara Leigh also had an abortion. Second wife Ali MacGraw had a miscarriage in Considered Jacqueline Bisset the most beautiful actress he worked with.
He was originally going to star in Grand Prix A first meeting with producer Grand Prix went very badly and McQueen showed no further public interest in the role.
However, privately he was fuming, and he chose not to speak with his friend, and next-door neighbor, who just happened to be James Garner , for the next four years.
He was considered for Albert Finney 's role in Two for the Road He was considered to replace John Wayne in Rooster Cogburn Majestyk He turned down George C.
Scott 's role in Islands in the Stream as he had temporarily retired from acting and was traveling the United States on his vintage Indian motorcycles.
He was considered for Charlton Heston 's role in Planet of the Apes This soon changed when MGM started making ridiculous demands, including insisting that the script be a specified number of pages and that it should be set at the Circus Circus casino complex in Las Vegas - which MGM owned.
They also wanted the film to have a Mafia subplot and to have a role for Dean Martin. He was Warner Bros.
He auditioned for Vic Morrow 's role in Blackboard Jungle Clint Eastwood offered him the lead in Play Misty for Me , claiming that the female lead was stronger than the male.
He was approached to star opposite Paul Newman in Earthquake , but they had already committed to appear in The Towering Inferno He and his first wife Neile Adams were approached to star in Gable and Lombard Though some sources say it was opposite his second wife Ali MacGraw.
He turned down Gene Hackman 's role in Marooned He refused the lead role in Hardcore He was considered for Al Pacino 's role in Bobby Deerfield He was considered to star opposite Sophia Loren in The Plainsman He was offered the lead role in Raise the Titanic but disliked the script and turned down the offer.
He was considered for Gregory Peck 's role in Mackenna's Gold He followed a daily two-hour exercise regimen, involving weightlifting and, at one point, running 5 miles 8 km , seven days a week.
According to William Claxton, McQueen smoked marijuana almost every day; biographer Marc Eliot stated that McQueen used a large amount of cocaine in the early s.
He was also a heavy cigarette smoker. He was originally approached to star in Convoy , but turned it down. In Papillon , he performed the famous stunt where he jumps off a cliff.
McQueen once said that it was "one of the most exhilarating experiences" of his life. They were hangared at Santa Paula Airport an hour northwest of Hollywood, where he lived his final days.
In spite of multiple attempts, McQueen was never able to purchase the Ford Mustang GT he drove in Bullitt , which featured a modified drivetrain that suited McQueen's driving style.
One of the two Mustangs used in the film was badly damaged, judged beyond repair, and believed to have been scrapped until it surfaced in Mexico in , while the other one, which McQueen attempted to purchase in , is hidden from the public eye.
He was set to co-drive in a Triumph PI for the British Leyland team in the London-Mexico rally, but had to turn it down due to movie commitments.
He competed in off-road motorcycle racing, frequently running a BSA Hornet. His first off-road motorcycle was a Triumph cc, purchased from Ekins.
He considered being a professional race car driver. This same Porsche was entered by his production company Solar Productions as a camera car for Le Mans in the 24 Hours of Le Mans later that year.
McQueen wanted to drive a Porsche with Jackie Stewart in that race, but the film backers threatened to pull their support if he did.
Faced with the choice of driving for 24 hours in the race or driving for the entire summer making the film, McQueen opted for the latter.
He was inducted in the Off-road Motorsports Hall of Fame in , the same year as his immediate next-door neighbor in Brentwood, James Garner.
He designed a motorsports bucket seat, for which a patent was issued in Although he was the highest paid star of the s, McQueen had a reputation for being tight-fisted.
On some films he would demand ten electric razors and dozens of pairs of jeans. It was later reported he gave these to Boys Republic, a private school and treatment community for troubled youngsters, where he had spent a few years himself.
He has appeared in two films that have been selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant: The Magnificent Seven and Bullitt Given he was a huge Hollywood star and that keeping a low profile was difficult, Steve McQueen went to great lengths to guard his private life.
He was the immediate next door neighbor of James Garner in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. Although McQueen was moody, and even sometimes had short term disagreements with Garner, when they were getting along, which was more often than not, they frequently had neighborly backyard bar-b-ques together with their families.
In my own mind, I'm not sure that acting is something for a grown man to be doing. If I hadn't made it as an actor, I might have wound up a hood.
Sometimes kids ask me what a pro is. I just point to the Duke [ John Wayne ]. Stardom equals freedom. It's the only equation that matters.
I just want the pine trees and my kids and the green grass. I want to get rich and fat and watch my children grow.
An actor is a puppet, manipulated by a dozen other people. Auto racing has dignity. But you need the same absolute concentration. You have to reach inside yourself and bring forth a lot of broken glass.
Stardom equals financial success, and financial success equals security. I've spent too much of my life feeling insecure. I really don't like to act.
At the beginning, back in '52, I had to force myself to stick with it. I was real uncomfortable, real uncomfortable. When a kid didn't have any love when he was small, he begins to wonder if he's good enough.
You know if my mother didn't love me, and I didn't have a father, I mean, well, I guess I'm not very good. I'm not sure whether I'm an actor who races or a racer who acts.Nach der Hochzeit The Lying Game Staffel 3 er sie nicht mehr vor den Kameras sehen, und als sie doch wieder einen Vertrag abschloss, war die Ehe zu Ende. Textbausteine des Kurzportraits von www. Der Film hätte ursprünglich in Kalifornien gedreht werden sollen, man entschied sich jedoch für einen Drehort in Bayern Füssen im Allgäu. McQueen spielte einen wegen Trunkenheit degradierten Ex-Kompaniechef, der im Herbst in Frankreich eine wichtige Schlüsselstellung gegen die deutsche Übermacht halten soll. Home Stars Steve McQueen. Karl Kranzkowski. Josh Lucas. Christiane Cineradoplex. Paul Walker. Vereinigte Staaten Peter Revson. Naomie Harris. Seine Siege auf der Piste, Bachelor Party Stream Boliden auf der Leinwand, sein privaten Motorräder, Flugzeuge und Sportwagen — sie alle wurden über das persönliche Image hinaus zu Symbolen seines sozialen Aufstiegs. Produktionstechnisch bemerkenswert ist die Tatsache, dass der gesamte Film an Originalschauplätzen gedreht Zitate Kurz. Artikel bewerten: Durchschnittliche Bewertung: 3.