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Warren Beatty Filmography
Born: March 30, 1937
   


Actor
"The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" (1961)
"Splendor in the Grass" (1961)
"All Fall Down" (1962)
"Lilith" (1964)
"Mickey One" (1965)
"Promise Her Anything" (1966)
"Kaleidoscope" (1966)
"Bonnie and Clyde" (1967) (Oscar nomination, best actor)
"The Only Game in Town" (1970)
"McCabe & Mrs. Miller" (1971)
"Dollars (1972)
"Year of the Woman" (1973)
"The Parallax View" (1974)
"The Fortune" (1975)
"Shampoo" (1975)
"Heaven Can Wait" (1978) (Oscar nomination, best actor)
"Reds" (1981)
"George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey" (1984)
"Ishtar" (1987)
"Dick Tracy" (1990)
"Madonna: Truth or Dare" (1991)
"Bugsy" (1991) (Oscar nomination, best actor)
"Love Affair" (1994)
"Bulworth" (1998)
"Town & Country" (2001)

Director
"Heaven Can Wait" (1978) (Oscar nomination, best director)
"Reds" (1981) (Oscar, best director)
"Dick Tracy" (1990)
"Bulworth" (1998)

Producer
"Bonnie and Clyde" (1967) (Oscar nomination, best picture)
"Shampoo" (1975)
"Heaven Can Wait" (1978) (Oscar nomination, best picture)
"Reds" (1981) (Oscar nomination, best picture)
"Ishtar" (1987)
"Dick Tracy" (1990)
"Bugsy" (1991) (Oscar nomination, best picture)
"Love Affair" (1994)
"Bulworth" (1998)

Writer
"Shampoo" (1975) (Oscar nomination, best original screenplay)
"Heaven Can Wait" (1978) (Oscar nomination, best adapted screenplay)
"Reds" (1981) (Oscar nomination, best original screenplay)
"Dick Tracy" (1990)
"Love Affair" (1994)
"Bulworth" (1998) (Oscar nomination, best original screenplay)

 Did You Know?
Warren Beatty won an Oscar as best director for "Reds." He's the younger brother of actress Shirley MacLaine.
   
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