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Donald Sutherland young

Donald Sutherland young

Birth Date

July 17, 1935



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6 ft 4 in | 193 cm

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84 kg | 185 lbs

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Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Donald Sutherland was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, on July 17, 1935, is an Canadian actor. Young Donald Sutherland began his acting career on stage as a member of the "UC Follies" comedy troupe in Toronto and at the Perth Repertory Theatre in Scotland. He made his big screen debut in the British drama film The World Ten Times Over (1963) in uncredited role as Tall Man in Nightclub. Donald's breakthrough performance came as Vernon L. Pinkley in war movie The Dirty Dozen (1967) opposite Lee Marvin and Charles Bronson.

Best films Awards

He won an Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor for his roles as Clark M. Clifford in television film Path to War (2002) and as Mikhail Fetisov in television movie Citizen X (1995).

He received an Academy Honorary Award in 2017.

He portrayed President Coriolanus Snow in The Hunger Games franchise:

The Hunger Games (2012)

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (2015)

He played J. Paul Getty in anthology drama television series Trust (2018).

He received a Canadian Academy Award for his role as Dr. Thomas Vrain in drama science fiction film Threshold (1981).

Animal House (1978) comedy opposite John Belushi and Kevin Bacon

Don't Look Now (1973) drama thriller opposite Julie Christie

MASH (1970) black comedy war directed by Robert Altman

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) science fiction horror with Brooke Adams and Jeff Goldblum

Kelly's Heroes (1970) action adventure opposite Clint Eastwood and Telly Savalas

Ordinary People (1980) drama with Mary Tyler Moore, Timothy Hutton and Judd Hirsch

Klute (1971) neo-noir crime thriller opposite Jane Fonda and Roy Scheider

The Italian Job (2003) heist with Charlize Theron, Mark Wahlberg and Jason Statham

Pride & Prejudice (2005) romantic drama opposite Keira Knightley, Matthew Macfadyen and Rosamund Pike

Backdraft (1991) drama thriller with Kurt Russell, William Baldwin and Robert De Niro

Six Degrees of Separation (1993) comedy drama opposite Will Smith, Stockard Channing and Ian McKellen

Johnny Got His Gun (1971) drama in role as Christ

1900 (1976) epic historical drama with Robert De Niro and Gérard Depardieu

The Great Train Robbery (1978) thriller crime opposite Sean Connery

Fallen (1998) supernatural thriller with Denzel Washington and John Goodman

The Eagle Has Landed (1976) thriller opposite Michael Caine and Robert Duvall

Outbreak (1995) drama thriller with Dustin Hoffman, Morgan Freeman and Rene Russo

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) comedy horror opposite Kristy Swanson, Luke Perry and Hilary Swank

Lock Up (1989) prison drama with Sylvester Stallone

Disclosure (1994) thriller opposite Demi Moore and Michael Douglas

Revolution (1985) drama history with Al Pacino and Nastassja Kinski

Forsaken (2015) Western opposite Demi Moore and Kiefer Sutherland


He has been nominated for eight Golden Globe Awards.

He is the father of actors Kiefer Sutherland, Angus Sutherland and Rossif Sutherland.

He voiced Dr. Sid in Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001) and President Stone in Astro Boy (2009).

He has been married three times and had five children.

Fan of the television series 24.

He was awarded a star on Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto, Ontario in 2000.

He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7024 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California in 2011.

He dated actress Jane Fonda (1970-1972).

Lives in Georgeville, Quebec, Canada.


You have a little bit of talent, a certain amount of good fortune and a lot of hard work in pursuit of whatever truth you can find in it, and if you are really lucky, a terrific partner and I have that and those four things worked out for me.

But no, I love acting, it's a wonderful job.

I have been able to play a lot of guys and they have kept me working.

I have never planned anything. I have been doing this job for over 50 years. I have been paid to work with some wonderful people and it has been a huge gift, to me.

I just - I love my job. I love doing it. It's a passionate endeavor. And sometimes you can get close to something that you believe is the truth. The truth of something. Not all the time, but sometimes.

I don't think I'm an actor who takes their characters home with him. But I certainly do take the preparation home.

It's the things we love most that destroy us.