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Larry Hagman
Birthday: September 21, 1931

Birth Place: Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Height: 6' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Larry Hagman. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



The son of a legendary actress (Mary Martin) and a district attorney, Larry Hagman was born Larry Hageman in Fort Worth, Texas, on September 21, 1931. After his parents' divorce, he moved to Los Angeles to live with his grandmother. When he was 12, his grandmother died and he moved back to his mother's place, who had remarried and was launching a Broadway career. After attending Bard College in New York State, he decided to follow his mother's acting road. His first stage tryout was with the Margo Jones Theatre-in-the-Round in Dallas, Texas. He then appeared in the New York City Center production of "Taming the Shrew," followed by a year in regional theater. In his early-to-mid twenties, Larry moved to England as a member of the cast of his mother's stage show, "South Pacific", and was a member of the cast for five years. After that, he enrolled in the U.S. Air Force, where he produced and directed several series for members of the service. After completing his service in the Air Force, Larry returned to New York City for a series of Broadway and off-Broadway plays, esp. "Once Around the Block", "Career", "Comes A Day", "A Priest in the House", "The Beauty Part", "The Warm Peninsula", "The Nervous Set" among many others. He began his television career in 1961 with a number of guest appearances on shows as "The ALCOA Hour". He was later chosen to be in the popular daytime series "The Edge of Night" (1956), in which he starred for 2 years. But that was his start, he later went on to become the friendliest television star in the NBC sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie" (1965), in which he played the amiable astronaut, Anthony Nelson. In the series, his life was endangered by this gorgeous blonde bombshell genie played by Barbara Eden. The series ran for 5 years and after that, he continued his success in "The Good Life" (1971) and "Here We Go Again" (1973), as well as a number of guest-starring roles on many series. He was also with Lauren Bacall in the television version of the hit Broadway musical Applause (1973) (TV). In 1977, "Dallas" (1978) came aboard and Larry's career was secured. He credits "Superchick" for convincing him to do the show. This program of an excessively rich Texas family, was one of the best, beloved, most-watched shows of all time as he portrayed the role of the evil yet perverted millionaire J.R. Ewing, the man who loved to be hated. The series ran for an amazing 14 1/2 seasons and the "Who shot J.R.?" episode remains the second highly-rated television show in the history of the satellite. Since his name was familiar with Texas, it was suiting that he hosted "Lone Star" (1985), an eight-part documentary series related to the history of Texas, for the Public Television Stations. That aired while celebrating the 150th anniversary of Texas as an independent republic. In the spring of 1987, Kari-Lorimar released "Larry Hagman--Stop Smoking for Life:. Proceeds from this home video were donated to the American Cancer Society. In July 1995, he needed a liver transplant in order for him to regain his life back after years of strong drinking that led to cirrhosis. He went over to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for this where he spent 7 weeks in the hospital, and an operation took 16 hours but saved his life. In July 1996, 1 year after he had a new liver, he served as the National Spokesperson for the 1996 U.S. Transplant Games presented by the National Kidney Foundation and, on November 2, he later received the Award for his efforts in escalating public awareness of the concept of organ donation. Today, he continues to serve as an advocate of organ donation and transplantation. In November 1996, he starred in Dallas: J.R. Returns (1996) (TV), a 2-hour movie in which the ratings were a huge success for CBS, as well as in the network's one-hour, drama series "Orleans" (1997) when his role of Judge Luther Charbonnet gave him some of the best reviews of his 36-year-career. When he was feeling better than he had for so many years, he completed his 2 movie projects: The Third Twin (1997) (TV), a four hour mini-series based on the author's best selling novel, that aired on CBS, and Mike Nichols's Primary Colors (1998), a film based on the best-selling book by a journalist, Joe Klein. Starring in that film were John Travolta, Emma Thompson, Billy Bob Thornton, Kathy Bates and Adrian Lester. Larry played Governor Picker, an antipolitics politician who stands a grave danger crisis to the governor's bid for office. Primary Colors was his second presidential film having also appeared in Oliver Stone's Nixon (1995). Following these movies, his second Dallas reunion movie, Dallas: War of the Ewings (1998) (TV), aired on CBS. He also served as Executive Producer. Away from films, Larry is actively involved in a series of civic and philanthropic events. An adamant non-smoker, he served as the chairperson of the American Cancer Society's "Great American Smokeout", from 1981 to 1992.

Movie Credits
Dallas: War of the Ewings (1998)
[ George Kennedy ][ Patrick Duffy ]
Primary Colors (1998)
[ John Travolta ][ Billy Bob Thornton ][ James Earl Jones ][ Tony Shalhoub ][ Rob Reiner ]
The Third Twin (1997)
[ Jason Gedrick ][ Hal Holbrook ]
Dallas: J.R. Returns (1996)
[ George Kennedy ][ Patrick Duffy ][ Omri Katz ]
Nixon (1995)
[ Anthony Hopkins ][ Ed Harris ][ James Woods ][ Oliver Stone ][ John C. McGinley ]
Staying Afloat (1993)
[ Gregg Henry ]
Conundrum: Part 2 (1991)
[ Patrick Duffy ][ Jack Scalia ][ Anthony Addabbo ]
'S' Is for Seduction (1991)
[ George Kennedy ][ Patrick Duffy ]
Cry Me a River of Oil (1989)
[ George Kennedy ][ Patrick Duffy ]
Anniversary Waltz (1988)
[ Patrick Duffy ][ Howard Keel ][ Jack Scalia ]
Dallas: The Early Years (1986)
[ Bill Duke ][ Geoffrey Lewis ][ Dale Midkiff ]
Deadly Encounter (1982)
[ James Gammon ]
Daniel (1982)
Jag rodnar (1981)
S.O.B. (1981)
[ William Holden ][ Robert Loggia ][ Robert Vaughn ][ Blake Edwards ][ Corbin Bernsen ]
Designs (1981)
A Family Matter (1981)
Community Spirit (1980)
[ Don Murray ]
Superman (1978)
[ Marlon Brando ][ Gene Hackman ][ Christopher Reeve ][ Terence Stamp ][ John Williams ]
Last of the Good Guys (1978)
[ Ernie Hudson ][ Robert Culp ][ Dennis Dugan ]
The President's Mistress (1978)
[ Beau Bridges ][ Lloyd Bridges ]
A Double Life (1978)
Intimate Strangers (1977)
[ Tyne Daly ][ Dennis Weaver ]
Checkered Flag or Crash (1977)
[ Joe Don Baker ][ Alan Vint ]
Cry for Justice (1977)
[ Dennis Weaver ][ Robert Culp ]
The Eagle Has Landed (1976)
[ Michael Caine ][ Robert Duvall ][ Donald Sutherland ][ Treat Williams ][ Donald Pleasence ]
The Big Bus (1976)
[ Rene Auberjonois ][ Ned Beatty ][ Howard Hesseman ][ Harold Gould ][ Richard Mulligan ]
The Return of the World's Greatest Detective (1976)
[ Sid Haig ][ Ron Silver ]
Mother, Jugs & Speed (1976)
[ Harvey Keitel ][ Bill Cosby ][ Bruce Davison ]
Sarah T. - Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic (1975)
[ Mark Hamill ][ William Daniels ][ M. Emmet Walsh ][ Michael Lerner ][ Bill Thornbury ]
The Big Rip-Off (1975)
[ Tony Curtis ]
Hurricane (1974)
[ Patrick Duffy ][ Frank Sutton ]
Harry and Tonto (1974)
[ Josh Mostel ]
Sidekicks (1974)
[ Harry Morgan ][ Louis Gossett Jr. ][ Jack Elam ]
Stardust (1974)
[ Adam Faith ]
What Are Best Friends For? (1973)
Blood Sport (1973)
[ Gary Busey ][ Ben Johnson ]
The Alpha Caper (1973)
[ Henry Fonda ][ Leonard Nimoy ]
The Toy Game (1973)
[ Lyle Waggoner ]
Applause (1973)
[ Harvey Evans ]
Antonio (1973)
No Place to Run (1972)
[ Aaron Spelling ][ Tom Bosley ]
Beware! The Blob (1972)
[ Burgess Meredith ][ Bud Cort ][ Dick Van Patten ][ Godfrey Cambridge ]
Getting Away from It All (1972)
[ Randy Quaid ][ Burgess Meredith ]
Vanished (1971)
[ William Shatner ][ Richard Widmark ][ Tom Bosley ][ Larry Linville ]
A Howling in the Woods (1971)
[ Tyne Daly ]
The Hired Hand (1971)
[ Peter Fonda ][ Warren Oates ]
Up in the Cellar (1970)
To Get Through the Night (1970)
Three's a Crowd (1969)
[ Harvey Korman ][ Norman Fell ][ Michael Lerner ]
My Master the Ghostbreaker (1968)
The Greatest Entertainer in the World (1967)
This Is Murder (1966)
Is There an Extra Jeannie in the House? (1966)
The Group (1966)
[ Peter Boyle ][ Sidney Lumet ][ Hal Holbrook ][ George Gaynes ][ Richard Mulligan ]
In Harm's Way (1965)
[ John Wayne ][ Kirk Douglas ][ Henry Fonda ][ Burgess Meredith ][ George Kennedy ]
Fail-Safe (1964)
[ Henry Fonda ][ Walter Matthau ][ Sidney Lumet ][ Dom DeLuise ][ Dana Elcar ]
Ensign Pulver (1964)
[ Jack Nicholson ][ Walter Matthau ][ Jerry Orbach ][ John Cho ]
Sette contro la morte (1964)
[ John Saxon ]
The Takers (1963)
[ Walter Matthau ]
The Noose (1963)
The Silver Burro (1963)
[ Carroll O'Connor ][ Ray Milland ]
The Sponge Divers (1958)
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1958)
[ George C Scott ][ George C. Scott ]
Legend of the Mermaid (1958)


  • Broke his collar bone when he was a child.
  • Loves motorcycles, and owns a Harley.
  • Offered to pay for drug rehab for Robert Downey Jr. in 1996, after Downey asked to borrow 0,000 from him.
  • Has a ring made from the gallstones that were removed during his liver transplant.
  • Served in the U.S. Air Force.
  • He met his wife while he was stationed in England, UK.
  • He refuses to speak one day a week, simply as a test of his self discipline.
  • Son is Preston Hagman. Daughter, Heidi Hagman, appeared in "All in the Family" spinoff.
  • Had a liver transplant. [1996]
  • Earned a reported ,000 to 0,000 an episode for "Dallas" (1978) in 1980.
  • Requires autograph seekers to sing a song for him or tell him a joke before giving his autograph. He says that he does it so he gets something back from his fans.
  • Attended Bard College in Anandale-on-the-Hudson, New York for one year
  • He produced and directed shows for servicemen while he was stationed in the U. S. Air Force.
  • Chairman of the American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout
  • Enjoys skiing, backpacking, fishing, sailing, and touring in his personally designed custom motorhome
  • Collects canes, hats and flags
  • Is a huge supporter of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Used to live next door to Burgess Meredith in the early 1980s.
  • Is a vegetarian.
  • Is a long-time friend of the late Carroll O'Connor, and spoke at O'Connor's funeral on 26 June 2001. O'Connor gave Hagman's daughter, Heidi Hagman, a part in "Archie Bunker's Place" (1979) in the early 1980s.
  • His Ojai, California ranch is called Heaven.
  • Daughter, Kristina Mary Heidi Hagman, born 17 February 1958.
  • Son, Preston Hagman, born 2 May 1962.
  • Is Bridget Fonda's godfather.
  • His wife is from Sweden, and they own a house in her old hometown Sundsvall, that they visit every year.
  • Turned down the starring role on the short-lived sitcom "The Waverly Wonders" in favor of "Dallas" (1978).
  • Granddaughters: Noelle, Rebecca, and Tara.
  • The Malibu house in which he used to live is now owned by the singer Sting.
  • Was best friends with legendary Who drummer Keith Moon whom he met on the set of the movie Stardust (1974).
  • Son of Mary Martin.
  • Although he still requires autograph seekers to sing him a song or recite a poem, he no longer ask for them to tell him a joke because the fans would tell him dirty jokes.
  • Made his stage debut as a Seabee in the London production of "South Pacific", which starred his mother. In 1989, Mary Martin would recall, "Larry could really sing, too. Still can, but he doesn't like to". Another Seabee, also making his stage debut in the production, was Sean Connery.
  • Was one of the few players on "Dallas" (1978) to stay on for the entire series.
  • Holds the record for the greatest number of consecutive appearances by a leading actor in an hour-long prime time dramatic series, for his 357 appearances on "Dallas" (1978).
  • Is the only actor to appear in all 357 episodes of "Dallas" (1978).
  • Is good friends with Donna Mills. She starred with him as his wife in a short-lived 1971 sitcom, just 9 years before she starred with him again on, "Knots Landing" (1979).
  • Is an avid fan of "The Sopranos" (1999).
  • Bears a striking resemblance to professional wrestling announcer Jim Ross. Ross is often simply referred to as "J.R."

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