GOODBYE JACK; Screen star Lemmon dies at 76.Byline: ANDY ANDY Andrew
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HE was the neurotic victim of circumstance who kept a generation laughing in a string of comedy masterpieces.
But Jack Lemmon Noun 1. Jack Lemmon - United States film actor (1925-2001)
John Uhler, Lemmon , who died yesterday aged 76, also went on to become a serious actor in some hard-hitting movies.
Last night his spokesman Warren Cowan said: "He was one of the greatest in the history of the business."
Lemmon's engaging smile and dithering Simulating more colors and shades in a palette. In a monochrome system that displays or prints only black and white, shades of grays can be simulated by creating varying patterns of black dots. This is how halftones are created in a monochrome printer. acting style won him enormous devotion from fans and colleagues.
Whether playing the comically conniving Ensign Pulver in 1955 hit Mr Roberts or the desperate businessman in 1973 movie Save The Tiger, he displayed a humanity audiences easily related to.
Lemmon, who died in a Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. cancer hospital with his wife Felicia Farr Felicia Farr (born October 4, 1932) is an American actress and model.
Farr appeared in several modelling photoshoots and advertisements throughout the 1950s and '60s. Her career was more active in the 1950s and '60s too. and two children by his side, won two Oscars and was nominated for six more in a career spanning more than 50 years.
He will be best remembered by many for his part in the 1959 classic slapstick slapstick
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In the movie, also starring Marilyn Monroe, the pair disguise themselves as female musicians to escape the Mob after witnessing the St Valentine's Day massacre.
In 1966 Lemmon teamed up with Walter Matthau to film The Fortune Cookie.
It was a partnership which was to last for a further seven films, one of which was The Odd Couple in 1968.
In 1993 the pair starred in Grumpy Old Men as a feuding elderly duo and made The Odd Couple 2 five years later. Matthau died last year.
Lemmon featured in a host of other movies including The Apartment, The Days Of Wine And Rose and Tuesdays with Morrie.
His serious acting skills shone in films like The China Syndrome in 1979 and the emotional 1982 hit Missing with Sissy Spacek in which he plays a dad looking for Looking for
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Lemmon was born in a lift in 1925 after his mum refused to leave a bridge game as she had a winning hand.
The son of a baker, he graduated from Harvard and taught himself piano before winning best supporting actor in debut film Mister Roberts.
Despite a glittering career his life was plagued with insecurities. He once said: "I seldom think I'm up for a good role. But when you're conducting a career, be it in acting or golf, it's a selfish process. You must believe totally in what you are doing, even if it is garbage."
Lemmon had a son from his first marriage to Cynthia Stone and a daughter with second wife Felicia.
1959 1968; Some Like It Hot with Curtis and Monroe; With Matthau in The Odd Couple; 1960 1998; As accounts clerk in The Apartment; Together again for The Odd Couple 2