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|Birth name||Larry Martin Hagman|
|Born||September 21, 1931 in Fort Worth, Texas, USA|
|Died||November 23, 2012 in Dallas, Texas, USA from complications from throat cancer|
|Notable Roles|| Tony Nelson in I Dream of Jeannie|
J.R. Ewing in Dallas and Dallas (2012)
|Awards|| 1 Aftonblast TV Prize, Sweeden
1 Bambi Award
1 Golden Camera, Sweeden
2 Lone Star Film & Television Awards, USA
5 Soap Opera Digest Awards, USA
1 TV Land Award, USA
Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Larry Hagman was an American actor, producer and director.
|I Dream of Jeannie||Tony Nelson||1965–1970||1||2||3||4||5|
|The Good Life||Albert Miller||1971–1972||1|
|Here We Go Again||Richard Evans||1973||1|
|Orleans||Judge Luther Charbonnet||1997||1|
Guest Starring Roles
|The DuPont Show of the Week||Boyd||3x05 - The Takers||October 13, 1963|
|The DuPont Show of the Week||Elias||3x21 - Ambassador at Large||August 30, 1964|
|Dan August||Art Lewis||1x19 - The Law||February 4, 1971|
|Police Woman||1x04 - Seven-Eleven||October 4, 1974|
|Police Story||Alan R. Richardson||2x06 - Glamour Boy||October 29, 1974|
|Marcus Welby, M.D.||6x24 - Loser in a Dead Heat||March 11, 1975|
|Doctors Hospital||1x02 - Come at Last Love||September 17, 1975|
|Harry O||Bernie Roth||2x02 - One for the Road||September 18, 1975|
|Three for the Road||Gordo Thurgate||1x04 - Ride on a Red Balloon||October 5, 1975|
|Ellery Queen||Paul Gardner||1x08 - The Adventure of the Mad Tea Party||October 30, 1975|
|The Streets of San Francisco||Terry Vine||4x10 - Dead Air||November 13, 1975|
|Barnaby Jones||Dr. Frank Rickers||4x09 - Fatal Witness||November 14, 1975|
|McMillan & Wife||Dr. Wesley Corman||6x05 - Affair of the Heart||March 20, 1977|
|The Rockford Files||Richard Lessing/Paul T. Grisham||4x11 - Forced Retirement||December 9, 1977|
|Knots Landing||J.R. Ewing||1x02 - Community Spirit||January 3, 1980|
|Knots Landing||J.R. Ewing||2x09 - A Family Matter||January 15, 1981|
|Knots Landing||J.R. Ewing||2x17 - Designs||March 26, 1981|
|Knots Landing||J.R. Ewing||4x02 - Daniel||October 7, 1982|
|Knots Landing||J.R. Ewing||4x06 - New Beginnings||October 29, 1982|
|The Simpsons||Wallace Brady||17x21 - The Monkey Suit||May 14, 2006|
|Nip/Tuck||Burt Landau||4x01 - Cindy Plumb||September 5, 2006|
|Nip/Tuck||Burt Landau||4x04 - Shari Noble||September 26, 2006|
|Nip/Tuck||Burt Landau||4x06 - Faith Wolper, Ph.D||October 10, 2006|
|Nip/Tuck||Burt Landau||4x07 - Burt Landau||October 17, 2006|
|Nip/Tuck||Burt Landau||4x09 - Liz Cruz||October 31, 2006|
|Desperate Housewives||Frank Kaminsky||7x13 - I'm Still Here||January 16, 2011|
|Desperate Housewives||Frank Kaminsky||7x14 - Flashback||February 13, 2011|
Specials and Made-for-TV Movies
|A Double Life||Doyle Rettig||September 10, 1978||Sword of Justice|
|A Cry for Justice||Dwight Sheperd||May 23, 1979||Police Story|
|J.R. Returns||J.R. Ewing||November 15, 1996||Dallas|
|War of the Ewings||J.R. Ewing||April 24, 1998||Dallas|
Talk, News and Game Show Appearances
|The Hollywood Squares||July 23-27, 1979|
|Dallas||1988 –1991||Executive Producer|
Made-for-TV Movies Produced
|J.R. Returns||Executive Producer||November 15, 1996||Dallas|
|War of the Ewings||Executive Producer||April 24, 1998||Dallas|
|I Dream of Jeannie||2x27 - There Goes the Bride||March 27, 1967|
|I Dream of Jeannie||2x29 - The Birds and the Bees Bit||April 10, 1967|
|I Dream of Jeannie||3x12 - Jeannie and the Great Bank Robbery||December 5, 1967|
Awards and Accolades
Primetime Emmy Awards
- Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (1980, 1981)
- Was the son of Mary Martin
- Was a fanatic of medicinal marijuana.
- Had a ring made out of the gallstones he himself passed.
- His character J.R. Ewing of Dallas and Knots Landing was named #1 on TV Guide's "Nastiest Villains of All-Time" in 2013.
- The movie he directed Beware the Blob! originally flopped until he became an especially known name playing J.R. Ewing and the movie was re-released with the promotional tagline "The Film That J.R. Shot!"
- He always loved motorcycles and owned a Harley.
- Before he was a successful actor, he met and used to work with a young unfamiliar actor Carroll O'Connor, who was working as an assistant stage manager for the Broadway play God and Kate Murphy, in which Hagman starred.
- He refused to speak one day a week, simply as a test of his self discipline.
- Just before his future Dallas co-star, Patrick Duffy was born, Hagman would frequently visit Duffy's parents' home, as a teenager. Years later, he suggested to Patrick, he audition for a role on Dallas, and didn't know who Hagman was at the time.
- Received six Soap Opera Digest Awards for his role as J.R. Ewing on Dallas.